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The Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) initiative is

  • driven by the Automotive Grade Linux Collaborative Project of the Linux Foundation
  • about improving open source components for automotive use cases
  • follows an upstream-first policy in publishing the improvements
  • using a common reference platform for test and integration purposes

The overall direction of the Automotive Grade Linux Collaborative Project is set by the AGL Advisory Board and Steering Committee. All work is carried out by the Expert Groups.

You are cordially invited to join and contribute to AGL and this Wiki. See Getting Started with AGL to register for accounts to contribute to the requirements, source code, or documentation of AGL.

Weekly Developer Meeting held on Tuesdays at 13:00 UTC (6 am Pacific Daylight Time)

Conference Info and Meeting Notes


You can find the latest AGL News here.

The weekly developer newsletter can be found here.

Face To Face Meetings


September 24-26 Face-to-Face Meeting to be held at Carmeq's office in Berlin, Germany

October 24 AGL All Member Meeting in Monte Carlo. System Architecture Team and Expert Group Meetings

Nov 11-13 - We will hold simultaneous hackfests/ CES integration sessions in Karlsruhe, Germany (hosted by Microchip) and Yokohama, Japan (hosted by NTT Data MSE)

Dec 10-12 - We will hold a hackfest/CES Integration session in San Francisco at the Linux Foundation office.


A list of Past face to face meetings can be found on this page.

Active Expert Groups

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