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Meeting Notes for AGL Connectivity Expert Group

Meetings of the Connectivity EG are held every other Thursday at 14:00 UTC.The upcoming schedule can be found below.

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October 17, 2019

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Scott, Romain, Kusakabe

  • Vehicle Signaling
    • 7/11 - J1939 merged. Writing to CAN bus will be ready shortly. Icefish planning needs to be done. Will have an idea for next meeting. Candidates include SPEC-1381 and SPEC-2498.
    • 7/25 - For Icefish
      • Continue to improve J1939.
      • Maybe - Possible to change to the CAN message dictionary post-build time mand add those message to the low level CAN bus. Need to investigate to determine how much time is needed to do the work and whether it should be included as a requirement for the next SOW.
      • Add general multi-packet message features to CAN. Already included in J1939, but might need to be added to general CAN messages.
    • 8/22
      • low can low-level API might change a little (decoder/encoder functions)
    • 9/5
      • Microchip adding a new LIN bus controller for the steering wheel and may need support for adding the signals.
      • Romain and team working to integrate improved J1939 and multi-packet support for CAN.
    • 10/3
      • Discussed how to add steering wheel/ LIN support to Low CAN binding. Need 100 msec polling mechanism which is not generally supported. Whatever we do for CES will probably be non-generic hack.
      • CARLA (Toyota simulator) - plan is for Denso-Ten to get it working for AGL. Kusakabe is asking Toyota for information on what needs to be done.
      • Multi-packet support has been merged. Need to check on writing to CAN.
    • 10/17
      • Discussed LIN interface (see below)
      • CAN writing ok.
      • CARLA simulator - no new information.
    • 11/28
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • 7/25 - Taking a look at LG Bluetooth implementation. Looking at multi-connection support in Conman for telematics use cases. Looking at forcing IP address with an ethernet connection.
    • 8/22 - No update
    • 9/5 - Bluetooth audio still an issue for 8.0.1.
    • 10/3 - George has something working, but getting a lot of warnings. Debug in progress.
    • 11/28
      • bt-pbap has a race condition
      • persistence service (all platform services) have an issue with the selected WORKDIR set to /tmp which means the persistence service will loose its file over reboot.
      • Matt Ranostay is looking at those
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • 4/18 - Nothing to report. T-Systems looking at identity binding and using NFC more extensively.
    • 8/22 - No update
    • 11/28 -No update
  • Telematics reference device
    • 7/25 - Scott showed the telematics reference at ALS during his presentation. Conti showed interest in telematics at ALS.
    • 8/22 - No update
    • 9/5 - Discussed Connman feasibility study and ideas for a Connman plug-in versus replacement or other ideas from Tier Ones. Added to Berlin F2F agenda.
    • 11/28
      • telematic demo platform ftbs on bbe (do_image_wic)
  • Telematics requirements
    • Is there a use case for simultaneous connection of a hardwired phone and a Bluetooth phone? Need to check with OEMs on their system architecture. If so presents and architecture complication that needs to be thought through.
    • Jana clarified the potential requirements for a silver box that there is the possibility for multiple network connections in a telematics device. Could be hardwired modem + Bluetooth telephony from a personal device + Wifi at the same time.
    • Also possible for IVI system to have multiple Bluetooth phones connected to a silver box or IVI system and have to support multiple phone books (for one or separate users).
    • Encryption of personal user data.
    • Panasonic will think about reference hardware that can use for Telematics reference hardware.
    • 8/22 - No update
    • 9/5 - No update
    • 11/28 - No feedback
  • LIN Controller for Steering wheel.
    • 7/25 - Steering wheel received at Microchip this week.
    • 8/22 - Waiting for info about connector from Suzuki
    • 9/5 - LIN controller software almost complete at Microchip. Waiting on connector.
    • 10/3 - See update above.
    • 10/17 - Scott has a plan for driving the LIN controller that uses the LIN config utility. Longer term would like to drive it via the Low CAN interface. Works ok in Scott's set up at home, but did not work as well in the green machine, Will poke around the hardware next week in Monte Carlo to start to debug the hardware.
    • 11/28 - Events being generated, low-can part on its way, signal-compose and apps pending

New Business:

  • Discussion on how to relay incoming lin signal into new can message

October 17, 2019

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Scott, Romain, Michael, Kusakabe, Ashvinid

  • Vehicle Signaling
    • 7/11 - J1939 merged. Writing to CAN bus will be ready shortly. Icefish planning needs to be done. Will have an idea for next meeting. Candidates include SPEC-1381 and SPEC-2498.
    • 7/25 - For Icefish
      • Continue to improve J1939.
      • Maybe - Possible to change to the CAN message dictionary post-build time mand add those message to the low level CAN bus. Need to investigate to determine how much time is needed to do the work and whether it should be included as a requirement for the next SOW.
      • Add general multi-packet message features to CAN. Already included in J1939, but might need to be added to general CAN messages.
    • 8/22
      • low can low-level API might change a little (decoder/encoder functions)
    • 9/5
      • Microchip adding a new LIN bus controller for the steering wheel and may need support for adding the signals.
      • Romain and team working to integrate improved J1939 and multi-packet support for CAN.
    • 10/3
      • Discussed how to add steering wheel/ LIN support to Low CAN binding. Need 100 msec polling mechanism which is not generally supported. Whatever we do for CES will probably be non-generic hack.
      • CARLA (Toyota simulator) - plan is for Denso-Ten to get it working for AGL. Kusakabe is asking Toyota for information on what needs to be done.
      • Multi-packet support has been merged. Need to check on writing to CAN.
    • 10/17
      • Discussed LIN interface (see below)
      • CAN writing ok.
      • CARLA simulator - no new information.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • 7/25 - Taking a look at LG Bluetooth implementation. Looking at multi-connection support in Conman for telematics use cases. Looking at forcing IP address with an ethernet connection.
    • 8/22 - No update
    • 9/5 - Bluetooth audio still an issue for 8.0.1.
    • 10/3 - George has something working, but getting a lot of warnings. Debug in progress.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • 4/18 - Nothing to report. T-Systems looking at identity binding and using NFC more extensively.
    • 8/22 - No update
  • Telematics reference device
    • 7/25 - Scott showed the telematics reference at ALS during his presentation. Conti showed interest in telematics at ALS.
    • 8/22 - No update
    • 9/5 - Discussed Connman feasibility study and ideas for a Connman plug-in versus replacement or other ideas from Tier Ones. Added to Berlin F2F agenda.
  • Telematics requirements
    • Is there a use case for simultaneous connection of a hardwired phone and a Bluetooth phone? Need to check with OEMs on their system architecture. If so presents and architecture complication that needs to be thought through.
    • Jana clarified the potential requirements for a silver box that there is the possibility for multiple network connections in a telematics device. Could be hardwired modem + Bluetooth telephony from a personal device + Wifi at the same time.
    • Also possible for IVI system to have multiple Bluetooth phones connected to a silver box or IVI system and have to support multiple phone books (for one or separate users).
    • Encryption of personal user data.
    • Panasonic will think about reference hardware that can use for Telematics reference hardware.
    • 8/22 - No update
    • 9/5 - No update
  • LIN Controller for Steering wheel.
    • 7/25 - Steering wheel received at Microchip this week.
    • 8/22 - Waiting for info about connector from Suzuki
    • 9/5 - LIN controller software almost complete at Microchip. Waiting on connector.
    • 10/3 - See update above.
    • 10/17 - Scott has a plan for driving the LIN controller that uses the LIN config utility. Longer term would like to drive it via the Low CAN interface. Works ok in Scott's set up at home, but did not work as well in the green machine, Will poke around the hardware next week in Monte Carlo to start to debug the hardware.

New Business:

October 3, 2019

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Scott, Romain, George, Kusakabe

  • Vehicle Signaling
    • 7/11 - J1939 merged. Writing to CAN bus will be ready shortly. Icefish planning needs to be done. Will have an idea for next meeting. Candidates include SPEC-1381 and SPEC-2498.
    • 7/25 - For Icefish
      • Continue to improve J1939.
      • Maybe - Possible to change to the CAN message dictionary post-build time mand add those message to the low level CAN bus. Need to investigate to determine how much time is needed to do the work and whether it should be included as a requirement for the next SOW.
      • Add general multi-packet message features to CAN. Already included in J1939, but might need to be added to general CAN messages.
    • 8/22
      • low can low-level API might change a little (decoder/encoder functions)
    • 9/5
      • Microchip adding a new LIN bus controller for the steering wheel and may need support for adding the signals.
      • Romain and team working to integrate improved J1939 and multi-packet support for CAN.
    • 10/3
      • Discussed how to add steering wheel/ LIN support to Low CAN binding. Need 100 msec polling mechanism which is not generally supported. Whatever we do for CES will probably be non-generic hack.
      • CARLA (Toyota simulator) - plan is for Denso-Ten to get it working for AGL. Kusakabe is asking Toyota for information on what needs to be done.
      • Multi-packet support has been merged. Need to check on writing too CAN.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • 7/25 - Taking a look at LG Bluetooth implementation. Looking at multi-connection support in Conman for telematics use cases. Looking at forcing IP address with an ethernet connection.
    • 8/22 - No update
    • 9/5 - Bluetooth audio still an issue for 8.0.1.
    • 10/3 - George has something working, but getting a lot of warnings. Debug in progress.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • 4/18 - Nothing to report. T-Systems looking at identity binding and using NFC more extensively.
    • 8/22 - No update
  • Telematics reference device
    • 7/25 - Scott showed the telematics reference at ALS during his presentation. Conti showed interest in telematics at ALS.
    • 8/22 - No update
    • 9/5 - Discussed Connman feasibility study and ideas for a Connman plug-in versus replacement or other ideas from Tier Ones. Added to Berlin F2F agenda.
  • Telematics requirements
    • Is there a use case for simultaneous connection of a hardwired phone and a Bluetooth phone? Need to check with OEMs on their system architecture. If so presents and architecture complication that needs to be thought through.
    • Jana clarified the potential requirements for a silver box that there is the possibility for multiple network connections in a telematics device. Could be hardwired modem + Bluetooth telephony from a personal device + Wifi at the same time.
    • Also possible for IVI system to have multiple Bluetooth phones connected to a silver box or IVI system and have to support multiple phone books (for one or separate users).
    • Encryption of personal user data.
    • Panasonic will think about reference hardware that can use for Telematics reference hardware.
    • 8/22 - No update
    • 9/5 - No update
  • LIN Controller for Steering wheel.
    • 7/25 - Steering wheel received at Microchip this week.
    • 8/22 - Waiting for info about connector from Suzuki
    • 9/5 - LIN controller software almost complete at Microchip. Waiting on connector.
    • 10/3 - See update above.

New Business:

September 6, 2019

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Scott, Romain

  • Vehicle Signaling
    • 7/11 - J1939 merged. Writing to CAN bus will be ready shortly. Icefish planning needs to be done. Will have an idea for next meeting. Candidates include SPEC-1381 and SPEC-2498.
    • 7/25 - For Icefish
      • Continue to improve J1939.
      • Maybe - Possible to change to the CAN message dictionary post-build time mand add those message to the low level CAN bus. Need to investigate to determine how much time is needed to do the work and whether it should be included as a requirement for the next SOW.
      • Add general multi-packet message features to CAN. Already included in J1939, but might need to be added to general CAN messages.
    • 8/22
      • low can low-level API might change a little (decoder/encoder functions)
    • 9/5
      • Microchip adding a new LIN bus controller for the steering wheel and may need support for adding the signals.
      • Romain and team working to integrate improved J1939 and multi-packet support for CAN.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • 7/25 - Taking a look at LG Bluetooth implementation. Looking at multi-connection support in Conman for telematics use cases. Looking at forcing IP address with an ethernet connection.
    • 8/22 - No update
    • 9/5 - Bluetooth audio still an issue for 8.0.1.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • 4/18 - Nothing to report. T-Systems looking at identity binding and using NFC more extensively.
    • 8/22 - No update
  • Telematics reference device
    • 7/25 - Scott showed the telematics reference at ALS during his presentation. Conti showed interest in telematics at ALS.
    • 8/22 - No update
    • 9/5 - Discussed Connman feasibility study and ideas for a Connman plug-in versus replacement or other ideas from Tier Ones. Added to Berlin F2F agenda.
  • Telematics requirements
    • Is there a use case for simultaneous connection of a hardwired phone and a Bluetooth phone? Need to check with OEMs on their system architecture. If so presents and architecture complication that needs to be thought through.
    • Jana clarified the potential requirements for a silver box that there is the possibility for multiple network connections in a telematics device. Could be hardwired modem + Bluetooth telephony from a personal device + Wifi at the same time.
    • Also possible for IVI system to have multiple Bluetooth phones connected to a silver box or IVI system and have to support multiple phone books (for one or separate users).
    • Encryption of personal user data.
    • Panasonic will think about reference hardware that can use for Telematics reference hardware.
    • 8/22 - No update
    • 9/5 - No update
  • LIN Controller for Steering wheel.
    • 7/25 - Steering wheel received at Microchip this week.
    • 8/22 - Waiting for info about connector from Suzuki
    • 9/5 - LIN controller software almost complete at Microchip. Waiting on connector.

New Business:

August 22, 2019

Attendees: Jan-Simon, Romain, Michael * Review 2019 Roadmap for Connectivity EG

  • Vehicle Signaling
    • 7/11 - J1939 merged. Writing to CAN bus will be ready shortly. Icefish planning needs to be done. Will have an idea for next meeting. Candidates include SPEC-1381 and SPEC-2498.
    • 7/25 - For Icefish
      • Continue to improve J1939.
      • Maybe - Possible to change to the CAN message dictionary post-build time mand add those message to the low level CAN bus. Need to investigate to determine how much time is needed to do the work and whether it should be included as a requirement for the next SOW.
      • Add general multi-packet message features to CAN. Already included in J1939, but might need to be added to general CAN messages.
    • 8/22
      • low can low-level API might change a little (decoder/encoder functions)
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • 7/25 - Taking a look at LG Bluetooth implementation. Looking at multi-connection support in Conman for telematics use cases. Looking at forcing IP address with an ethernet connection.
    • 8/22 - No update
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • 4/18 - Nothing to report. T-Systems looking at identity binding and using NFC more extensively.
    • 8/22 - No update
  • Telematics reference device
    • 7/25 - Scott showed the telematics reference at ALS during his presentation. Conti showed interest in telematics at ALS.
    • 8/22 - No update
  • Telematics requirements
    • Is there a use case for simultaneous connection of a hardwired phone and a Bluetooth phone? Need to check with OEMs on their system architecture. If so presents and architecture complication that needs to be thought through.
    • Jana clarified the potential requirements for a silver box that there is the possibility for multiple network connections in a telematics device. Could be hardwired modem + Bluetooth telephony from a personal device + Wifi at the same time.
    • Also possible for IVI system to have multiple Bluetooth phones connected to a silver box or IVI system and have to support multiple phone books (for one or separate users).
    • Encryption of personal user data.
    • Panasonic will think about reference hardware that can use for Telematics reference hardware.
    • 8/22 - No update
  • LIN Controller for Steering wheel.
    • 7/25 - Steering wheel received at Microchip this week.
    • 8/22 - Waiting for info about connector from Suzuki

New Business:

July 25, 2019

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Romain, Scott, Kusakabe

* Review 2019 Roadmap for Connectivity EG

  • Vehicle Signaling
    • 7/11 - J1939 merged. Writing to CAN bus will be ready shortly. Icefish planning needs to be done. Will have an idea for next meeting. Candidates include SPEC-1381 and SPEC-2498.
    • 7/25 - For Icefish
      • Continue to improve J1939.
      • Maybe - Possible to change to the CAN message dictionary post-build time mand add those message to the low level CAN bus. Need to investigate to determine how much time is needed to do the work and whether it should be included as a requirement for the next SOW.
      • Add general multi-packet message features to CAN. Already included in J1939, but might need to be added to general CAN messages.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • 7/25 - Taking a look at LG Bluetooth implementation. Looking at multi-connection support in Conman for telematics use cases. Looking at forcing IP address with an ethernet connection.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
  • 4/18 - Nothing to report. T-Systems looking at identity binding and using NFC more extensively.
  • Telematics reference device
    • 7/25 - Scott showed the telematics reference at ALS during his presentation. Conti showed interest in telematics at ALS.
  • Telematics requirements
    • Is there a use case for simultaneous connection of a hardwired phone and a Bluetooth phone? Need to check with OEMs on their system architecture. If so presents and architecture complication that needs to be thought through.
    • Jana clarified the potential requirements for a silver box that there is the possibility for multiple network connections in a telematics device. Could be hardwired modem + Bluetooth telephony from a personal device + Wifi at the same time.
    • Also possible for IVI system to have multiple Bluetooth phones connected to a silver box or IVI system and have to support multiple phone books (for one or separate users).
    • Encryption of personal user data.
    • Panasonic will think about reference hardware that can use for Telematics reference hardware.
  • LIN Controller for Steering wheel.
    • 7/25 - Steering wheel received at Microchip this week.

New Business:

July 11, 2019

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Scott, Romain, Kusakabe, Michael,

* Review 2018 Roadmap for Connectivity EG

  • Vehicle Signaling
    • 4/4
      • J1939 work continues. Plan is to make the HH release. Team is looking for J1939 CAN data for playback and testing.
    • 4/18
      • J1939 work continues. Subscription to J1939 in Low Level CAN binder is in progress. First drop RC1 or RC2 for HH.
      • SPEC-2312 work in progress. Bug found in GG.
    • 5/16
    • 6/27 - J1939 ready to be merged. Will be done for RC2. Bug fixes, improvements, and documentation are continuing for the next RC.
    • 7/11 - J1939 merged. Writing to CAN bus will be ready shortly. Icefish planning needs to be done. Will have an idea for next meeting. Candidates include SPEC-1381 and SPEC-2498.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • 2/7 - rewrite of the bindings is complete
    • 2/21 - New conmann being backported by Matt to fix the excessive scanning issues.
    • 3/21 - Backport of connman complete. Working on Bluetooth pairing issue and making it more robust. Raquel looking at adding IP addresses to settings app.
    • 4/18 - Raquel working on settings app. Matt looking at MAP support and messaging app. MAP not very well supported within Bluez.
    • 5/16 - Raquel in progress on settings app. Waiting on Walt for an icon. Matt has an initial version MAP working.
    • 6/13 - Raquel has been working on static IP address and ethernet address updates. Also noticed that Wifi signal strength was not working correctly. Will be uploading changes to gerrit for HH.
    • 6/25 - Pretty much merged, except the UI change.
    • 7/11 - Everything merged except UI change. Some bugs open that Raquel is looking at.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
  • 4/18 - Nothing to report. T-Systems looking at identity binding and using NFC more extensively.
  • Telematics reference device using built in modem support
    • Minimal image being tested
    • 3/21 - On hold due to thud uprev
    • 4/4 - On hold for thud uprev.
    • 4/18 - Scott is populating repos for both guppy and master. Looking at different modems.
    • 5/16 - Scott testing telematics on guppy 7.0.2. Looking into Bluez and ophono support for multiple simultaneous connections. Probably will not work out of the box.
    • 6/13 - Scott ordered new CAN adapters that should work better since they have drivers built into the kernel. Matt and Scott are working on a report of the issues that will be encountered using Bluez and ofono since there is a lot of work required to get them working for a wired modem as well as with the multiple phone use cases. Before we start on that work we really want to know if any Tier Ones or OEMs plan to use that architecture in production.
    • 6/25 - Nothing to report. Scott busy with Pipewire and non-root updates to master.
    • 7/11 - Scott bringing the demo set up to ALS next week. Will show in the booth. Looking at size reduction changes. Report on issues with Bluez and ofono will be ready for Tuesday's F2F meeting.
  • Telematics requirements
    • Is there a use case for simultaneous connection of a hardwired phone and a Bluetooth phone? Need to check with OEMs on their system architecture. If so presents and architecture complication that needs to be thought through.
    • Jana clarified the potential requirements for a silver box that there is the possibility for multiple network connections in a telematics device. Could be hardwired modem + Bluetooth telephony from a personal device + Wifi at the same time.
    • Also possible for IVI system to have multiple Bluetooth phones connected to a silver box or IVI system and have to support multiple phone books (for one or separate users).
    • Encryption of personal user data.
    • Panasonic will think about reference hardware that can use for Telematics reference hardware.

New Business:

  • Michael needs to get the steering wheel from Suzuki to Karlsruhe. Should be easy to add to the existing LIN controller for HVAC.

June 27, 2019

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Scott, Romain, Kusakabe, George, Kurokawa

* Review 2018 Roadmap for Connectivity EG

  • Vehicle Signaling
    • 4/4
      • J1939 work continues. Plan is to make the HH release. Team is looking for J1939 CAN data for playback and testing.
    • 4/18
      • J1939 work continues. Subscription to J1939 in Low Level CAN binder is in progress. First drop RC1 or RC2 for HH.
      • SPEC-2312 work in progress. Bug found in GG.
    • 5/16
    • 6/27 - J1939 ready to be merged. Will be done for RC2. Bug fixes, improvements, and documentation are continuing for the next RC.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • 2/7 - rewrite of the bindings is complete
    • 2/21 - New conmann being backported by Matt to fix the excessive scanning issues.
    • 3/21 - Backport of connman complete. Working on Bluetooth pairing issue and making it more robust. Raquel looking at adding IP addresses to settings app.
    • 4/18 - Raquel working on settings app. Matt looking at MAP support and messaging app. MAP not very well supported within Bluez.
    • 5/16 - Raquel in progress on settings app. Waiting on Walt for an icon. Matt has an initial version MAP working.
    • 6/13 - Raquel has been working on static IP address and ethernet address updates. Also noticed that Wifi signal strength was not working correctly. Will be uploading changes to gerrit for HH.
    • 6/25 - Pretty much merged, except the UI change.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
  • 4/18 - Nothing to report. T-Systems looking at identity binding and using NFC more extensively.
  • Telematics reference device using built in modem support
    • Minimal image being tested
    • 3/21 - On hold due to thud uprev
    • 4/4 - On hold for thud uprev.
    • 4/18 - Scott is populating repos for both guppy and master. Looking at different modems.
    • 5/16 - Scott testing telematics on guppy 7.0.2. Looking into Bluez and ophono support for multiple simultaneous connections. Probably will not work out of the box.
    • 6/13 - Scott ordered new CAN adapters that should work better since they have drivers built into the kernel. Matt and Scott are working on a report of the issues that will be encountered using Bluez and ofono since there is a lot of work required to get them working for a wired modem as well as with the multiple phone use cases. Before we start on that work we really want to know if any Tier Ones or OEMs plan to use that architecture in production.
    • 6/25 - Nothing to report. Scott busy with Pipewire and non-root updates to master.
  • Telematics requirements
    • Is there a use case for simultaneous connection of a hardwired phone and a Bluetooth phone? Need to check with OEMs on their system architecture. If so presents and architecture complication that needs to be thought through.
    • Jana clarified the potential requirements for a silver box that there is the possibility for multiple network connections in a telematics device. Could be hardwired modem + Bluetooth telephony from a personal device + Wifi at the same time.
    • Also possible for IVI system to have multiple Bluetooth phones connected to a silver box or IVI system and have to support multiple phone books (for one or separate users).
    • Encryption of personal user data.
    • Panasonic will think about reference hardware that can use for Telematics reference hardware.

New Business:

June 13, 2019

Attendees: Walt, Scott, Kusakabe, George, Michael, Kurokawa

* Review 2018 Roadmap for Connectivity EG

  • Vehicle Signaling
    • 4/4
      • J1939 work continues. Plan is to make the HH release. Team is looking for J1939 CAN data for playback and testing.
    • 4/18
      • J1939 work continues. Subscription to J1939 in Low Level CAN binder is in progress. First drop RC1 or RC2 for HH.
      • SPEC-2312 work in progress. Bug found in GG.
    • 5/16
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • 2/7 - rewrite of the bindings is complete
    • 2/21 - New conmann being backported by Matt to fix the excessive scanning issues.
    • 3/21 - Backport of connman complete. Working on Bluetooth pairing issue and making it more robust. Raquel looking at adding IP addresses to settings app.
    • 4/18 - Raquel working on settings app. Matt looking at MAP support and messaging app. MAP not very well supported within Bluez.
    • 5/16 - Raquel in progress on settings app. Waiting on Walt for an icon. Matt has an initial version MAP working.
    • 6/13 - Raquel has been working on static IP address and ethernet address updates. Also noticed that Wifi signal strength was not working correctly. Will be uploading changes to gerrit for HH.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
  • 4/18 - Nothing to report. T-Systems looking at identity binding and using NFC more extensively.
  • Telematics reference device using built in modem support
    • Minimal image being tested
    • 3/21 - On hold due to thud uprev
    • 4/4 - On hold for thud uprev.
    • 4/18 - Scott is populating repos for both guppy and master. Looking at different modems.
    • 5/16 - Scott testing telematics on guppy 7.0.2. Looking into Bluez and ophono support for multiple simultaneous connections. Probably will not work out of the box.
    • 6/13 - Scott ordered new CAN adapters that should work better since they have drivers built into the kernel. Matt and Scott are working on a report of the issues that will be encountered using Bluez and ofono since there is a lot of work required to get them working for a wired modem as well as with the multiple phone use cases. Before we start on that work we really want to know if any Tier Ones or OEMs plan to use that architecture in production.
  • Telematics requirements
    • Is there a use case for simultaneous connection of a hardwired phone and a Bluetooth phone? Need to check with OEMs on their system architecture. If so presents and architecture complication that needs to be thought through.
    • Jana clarified the potential requirements for a silver box that there is the possibility for multiple network connections in a telematics device. Could be hardwired modem + Bluetooth telephony from a personal device + Wifi at the same time.
    • Also possible for IVI system to have multiple Bluetooth phones connected to a silver box or IVI system and have to support multiple phone books (for one or separate users).
    • Encryption of personal user data.
    • Panasonic will think about reference hardware that can use for Telematics reference hardware.

New Business:

May 30, 2019

Canceled due to holiday.

May 16, 2019

Attendees: Walt, Romain, Scott, Michael, Chris, Jana

* Review 2018 Roadmap for Connectivity EG

  • Vehicle Signaling
    • 4/4
      • J1939 work continues. Plan is to make the HH release. Team is looking for J1939 CAN data for playback and testing.
    • 4/18
      • J1939 work continues. Subscription to J1939 in Low Level CAN binder is in progress. First drop RC1 or RC2 for HH.
      • SPEC-2312 work in progress. Bug found in GG.
    • 5/16
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • 2/7 - rewrite of the bindings is complete
    • 2/21 - New conmann being backported by Matt to fix the excessive scanning issues.
    • 3/21 - Backport of connman complete. Working on Bluetooth pairing issue and making it more robust. Raquel looking at adding IP addresses to settings app.
    • 4/18 - Raquel working on settings app. Matt looking at MAP support and messaging app. MAP not very well supported within Bluez.
    • 5/16 - Raquel in progress on settings app. Waiting on Walt for an icon. Matt has an initial version MAP working.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
  • 4/18 - Nothing to report. T-Systems looking at identity binding and using NFC more extensively.
  • Telematics reference device using built in modem support
    • Minimal image being tested
    • 3/21 - On hold due to thud uprev
    • 4/4 - On hold for thud uprev.
    • 4/18 - Scott is populating repos for both guppy and master. Looking at different modems.
    • 5/16 - Scott testing telematics on guppy 7.0.2. Looking into Bluez and ophono support for multiple simultaneous connections. Probably will not work out of the box.
  • Telematics requirements
    • Is there a use case for simultaneous connection of a hardwired phone and a Bluetooth phone? Need to check with OEMs on their system architecture. If so presents and architecture complication that needs to be thought through.
    • Jana clarified the potential requirements for a silver box that there is the possibility for multiple network connections in a telematics device. Could be hardwired modem + Bluetooth telephony from a personal device + Wifi at the same time.
    • Also possible for IVI system to have multiple Bluetooth phones connected to a silver box or IVI system and have to support multiple phone books (for one or separate users).
    • Encryption of personal user data.
    • Panasonic will think about reference hardware that can use for Telematics reference hardware.

New Business:

May 2, 2019

Meeting canceled due to holidays

April 18, 2019

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Romain, Scott, Shrikanth

  • Vehicle Signaling
    • 4/4
      • J1939 work continues. Plan is to make the HH release. Team is looking for J1939 CAN data for playback and testing.
    • 4/18
      • J1939 work continues. Subscription to J1939 in Low Level CAN binder is in progress. First drop RC1 or RC2 for HH.
      • SPEC-2312 work in progress. Bug found in GG.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • 2/7 - rewrite of the bindings is complete
    • 2/21 - New conmann being backported by Matt to fix the excessive scanning issues.
    • 3/21 - Backport of connman complete. Working on Bluetooth pairing issue and making it more robust. Raquel looking at adding IP addresses to settings app.
    • 4/18 - Raquel working on settings app. Matt looking at MAP support and messaging app. MAP not very well supported within Bluez.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
  • 4/18 - Nothing to report. T-Systems looking at identity binding and using NFC more extensively.
  • Telematics reference device using built in modem support
    • Minimal image being tested
    • 3/21 - On hold due to thud uprev
    • 4/4 - On hold for thud uprev.
    • 4/18 - Scott is populating repos for both guppy and master. Looking at different modems.
  • Telematics requirements
    • Is there a use case for simultaneous connection of a hardwired phone and a Bluetooth phone? Need to check with OEMs on their system architecture. If so presents and architecture complication that needs to be thought through.
    • Jana clarified the potential requirements for a silver box that there is the possibility for multiple network connections in a telematics device. Could be hardwired modem + Bluetooth telephony from a personal device + Wifi at the same time.
    • Also possible for IVI system to have multiple Bluetooth phones connected to a silver box or IVI system and have to support multiple phone books (for one or separate users).
    • Encryption of personal user data.
    • Panasonic will think about reference hardware that can use for Telematics reference hardware.

New Business:

April 4, 2019

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Eric, Jana Thodeti (Panasonic), Julian (Collabora), George, Michael, Chris, Shrikanth (Panasonic), Romain, Sebastien,

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • 1/24
    • CANFD completed and added in gerrit for GG.
    • Plans for HH
      • Adding multiframe capability
      • Reference CAN message set
      • J1939 support
      • Signal composer improvements TBD
      • Messaging sending optimizations - one shot versus constant messages
  • 2/7
    • Walt spoke to Paul Thieme of Purdue University who is working on agriculture projects and they are interested promoting AGL for ISO 11783 based on J1939 and displaying data to farm tractor operators.
    • J1939 implementation is currently in development. Relies on multi-frame support for CAN. Investigating whether this can be completed for HH.
    • Discussed how to send CAN data using the Signal Composer and Low Level CAN binding. Walt will create a JIRA ticket to document the use cases.
    • Kusakabe talked about how Denso-Ten will make additional use of the Signal Composer and Low Level CAN binding this year in their work on AGL.
  • 2/21
    • J1939 support underway. Will support J1939 multi-frame use case. General multi-frame can wait for additional requirements from OEMs or other protocols.
  • 3/21
    • Romain just returned from vacation. J1939 work continues.
  • 4/4
    • J1939 work continues. Plan is to make the HH release. Team is looking for J1939 CAN data for playback and testing.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • 2/7 - rewrite of the bindings is complete
    • 2/21 - New conmann being backported by Matt to fix the excessive scanning issues.
    • 3/21 - Backport of connman complete. Working on Bluetooth pairing issue and making it more robust. Raquel looking at adding IP addresses to settings app.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
  • 1/24 - Reading the cards is ok. Still some issues with writing the tags with neard. Close to finishing this off once Scott get her the latest Identity agent changes.
  • 2/7 - Raquel has the latest identity agent changes from Scott and fixing open issues.
  • 2/21 - Identity agent changes tested and submitted to gerrit.
  • 3/21 - NFC complete complete for now. Raquel documented some potential changes we can do in the event we get further requirements for changes in the future. Need to document how to create cards.
  • 4/4 - Nothing to report.
  • Telematics reference device using built in modem support
    • Minimal image being tested
    • 3/21 - On hold due to thud uprev
    • 4/4 - On hold for thud uprev.
  • Telematics requirements
    • Is there a use case for simultaneous connection of a hardwired phone and a Bluetooth phone? Need to check with OEMs on their system architecture. If so presents and architecture complication that needs to be thought through.
    • Jana clarified the potential requirements for a silver box that there is the possibility for multiple network connections in a telematics device. Could be hardwired modem + Bluetooth telephony from a personal device + Wifi at the same time.
    • Also possible for IVI system to have multiple Bluetooth phones connected to a silver box or IVI system and have to support multiple phone books (for one or separate users).
    • Encryption of personal user data.
    • Panasonic will think about reference hardware that can use for Telematics reference hardware.

New Business:

March 21, 2019

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Scott, George, Clement, Sebastien

Roadmap for 2019

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • 1/24
    • CANFD completed and added in gerrit for GG.
    • Plans for HH
      • Adding multiframe capability
      • Reference CAN message set
      • J1939 support
      • Signal composer improvements TBD
      • Messaging sending optimizations - one shot versus constant messages
  • 2/7
    • Walt spoke to Paul Thieme of Purdue University who is working on agriculture projects and they are interested promoting AGL for ISO 11783 based on J1939 and displaying data to farm tractor operators.
    • J1939 implementation is currently in development. Relies on multi-frame support for CAN. Investigating whether this can be completed for HH.
    • Discussed how to send CAN data using the Signal Composer and Low Level CAN binding. Walt will create a JIRA ticket to document the use cases.
    • Kusakabe talked about how Denso-Ten will make additional use of the Signal Composer and Low Level CAN binding this year in their work on AGL.
  • 2/21
    • J1939 support underway. Will support J1939 multi-frame use case. General multi-frame can wait for additional requirements from OEMs or other protocols.
  • 3/21
    • Romain just returned from vacation. J1939 work continues.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • 2/7 - rewrite of the bindings is complete
    • 2/21 - New conmann being backported by Matt to fix the excessive scanning issues.
    • 3/21 - Backport of connman complete. Working on Bluetooth pairing issue and making it more robust. Raquel looking at adding IP addresses to settings app.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
  • 1/24 - Reading the cards is ok. Still some issues with writing the tags with neard. Close to finishing this off once Scott get her the latest Identity agent changes.
  • 2/7 - Raquel has the latest identity agent changes from Scott and fixing open issues.
  • 2/21 - Identity agent changes tested and submitted to gerrit.
  • 3/21 - NFC complete complete for now. Raquel documented some potential changes we can do in the event we get further requirements for changes in the future. Need to document how to create cards.
  • Instrument Cluster
    • Nothing to report. Some minor issues to fix with GG on the back burner due to thud uprev.
    • 3/21 - Moved to Instrument Cluster EG
  • Telematics reference device using built in modem support
    • Minimal image being tested
    • 3/21 - On hold due to thud uprev
  • Telematics requirements
    • Is there a use case for simultaneous connection of a hardwired phone and a Bluetooth phone? Need to check with OEMs on their system architecture. If so presents and architecture complication that needs to be thought through.

New Business:

March 7, 2019

Meeting canceled due to AMM

February 21, 2019

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Sebastien, Scott, Romain, Kusakabe, Michael

Roadmap for 2019

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • 1/24
    • CANFD completed and added in gerrit for GG.
    • Plans for HH
      • Adding multiframe capability
      • Reference CAN message set
      • J1939 support
      • Signal composer improvements TBD
      • Messaging sending optimizations - one shot versus constant messages
  • 2/7
    • Walt spoke to Paul Thieme of Purdue University who is working on agriculture projects and they are interested promoting AGL for ISO 11783 based on J1939 and displaying data to farm tractor operators.
    • J1939 implementation is currently in development. Relies on multi-frame support for CAN. Investigating whether this can be completed for HH.
    • Discussed how to send CAN data using the Signal Composer and Low Level CAN binding. Walt will create a JIRA ticket to document the use cases.
    • Kusakabe talked about how Denso-Ten will make additional use of the Signal Composer and Low Level CAN binding this year in their work on AGL.
  • 2/21
    • J1939 support underway. Will support J1939 multi-frame use case. General multi-frame can wait for additional requirements from OEMs or other protocols.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • 2/7 - rewrite of the bindings is complete
    • 2/21 - New conmann being backported by Matt to fix the excessive scanning issues.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
  • 1/24 - Reading the cards is ok. Still some issues with writing the tags with neard. Close to finishing this off once Scott get her the latest Identity agent changes.
  • 2/7 - Raquel has the latest identity agent changes from Scott and fixing open issues.
  • 2/21 - Identity agent changes tested and submitted to gerrit.
  • Instrument Cluster
    • Nothing to report. Some minor issues to fix with GG on the back burner due to thud uprev.
  • Telematics reference device using built in modem support
    • Minimal image being tested

New Business:

February 7, 2019

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Sebastien, Scott, Romain, Kusakabe

Roadmap for 2019

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 6/28
    • Signal composer changes to be pushed today or tomorrow. Will get into FF RC2.
    • Low-level CAN tests to be pushed today.
  • 7/12
    • Reviewed roadmap and updated
    • Ask Kusakabe to create a JIRA issue based on his ALS 2018 presentation and include the method for reproducing his findings. Use that to document performance improvements.
    • FF effort is now testing and bug-fixing
  • 7/26
    • Performance issue: Romain could reproduce and fix (down to 5% CPU), Kusakabe-san reported it to be fine
    • Improvement on metadata handling
  • 8/9
    • Performance issue considered closed.
    • Metadata handling improvement considered closed
    • Signal composer unit test coverage improvements in progress.
  • 8/23
    • Signal composer and low-level CAN binder unit test cases were merged today. Still a little bit of integration for FF, but it should be ready for the release.
    • Bug fixes from unit test output will be next task.
    • J1939 investigation and V2C metric collection planned for GG
    • Tool in progress to convert from Vektor CAN files to OpenXC/ JSON
    • Conversion to API V3 in progress for GG
  • 9/6
    • Not much to update
  • 9/20
    • No Update
  • 10/4
    • adapting low-level CAN binder to handle CAN FD frames.
    • Test cases are complete for low level CAN binder and Signal Composer
  • 11/1
    • No update
  • 11/15
    • No update
  • 12/13
  • 1/24
    • CANFD completed and added in gerrit for GG.
    • Plans for HH
      • Adding multiframe capability
      • Reference CAN message set
      • J1939 support
      • Signal composer improvements TBD
      • Messaging sending optimizations - one shot versus constant messages
  • 2/7
    • Walt spoke to Paul Thieme of Purdue University who is working on agriculture projects and they are interested promoting AGL for ISO 11783 based on J1939 and displaying data to farm tractor operators.
    • J1939 implementation is currently in development. Relies on multi-frame support for CAN. Investigating whether this can be completed for HH.
    • Discussed how to send CAN data using the Signal Composer and Low Level CAN binding. Walt will create a JIRA ticket to document the use cases.
    • Kusakabe talked about how Denso-Ten will make additional use of the Signal Composer and Low Level CAN binding this year in their work on AGL.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • 2/7 - rewrite of the bindings is complete
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
  • 1/24 - Reading the cards is ok. Still some issues with writing the tags with neard. Close to finishing this off once Scott get her the latest Identity agent changes.
  • 2/7 - Raquel has the latest identity agent changes from Scott and fixing open issues.

New Business:

  • Telematics reference device using built in modem support
    • Newer version of ofono required (1.25 being tested) than we have in FF or GG.

January 13 and 24, 2019

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Sebastien, Michael, Romain, Chris, Scott

Roadmap for 2019

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 6/28
    • Signal composer changes to be pushed today or tomorrow. Will get into FF RC2.
    • Low-level CAN tests to be pushed today.
  • 7/12
    • Reviewed roadmap and updated
    • Ask Kusakabe to create a JIRA issue based on his ALS 2018 presentation and include the method for reproducing his findings. Use that to document performance improvements.
    • FF effort is now testing and bug-fixing
  • 7/26
    • Performance issue: Romain could reproduce and fix (down to 5% CPU), Kusakabe-san reported it to be fine
    • Improvement on metadata handling
  • 8/9
    • Performance issue considered closed.
    • Metadata handling improvement considered closed
    • Signal composer unit test coverage improvements in progress.
  • 8/23
    • Signal composer and low-level CAN binder unit test cases were merged today. Still a little bit of integration for FF, but it should be ready for the release.
    • Bug fixes from unit test output will be next task.
    • J1939 investigation and V2C metric collection planned for GG
    • Tool in progress to convert from Vektor CAN files to OpenXC/ JSON
    • Conversion to API V3 in progress for GG
  • 9/6
    • Not much to update
  • 9/20
    • No Update
  • 10/4
    • adapting low-level CAN binder to handle CAN FD frames.
    • Test cases are complete for low level CAN binder and Signal Composer
  • 11/1
    • No update
  • 11/15
    • No update
  • 12/13
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 6/28 - Matt P. working on wifi binding to update to use generic network service. Wifi binding will be deprecated.
    • 7/11 - Testing for FF release in progress. Bluetooth Interoperability testing in progress. Finding issues with specific devices. Switch over to new network binding from the old Wifi binding in progress. Switchover will be ready for RC3 including removal of old Wifi binding.
    • 7/26 - network binding in gerrit/merged and now settings UI being converted over (patches in gerrit) tracked under SPEC-1542
    • 8/23 - all of the wifi updates are in and the old wifi binding has been removed. Bluetooth rewrite based on the network binding lessons learned in progress for GG.
    • 9/6 - Bluetooth binding still in progress
    • 11/1
    • 11/15
      • Matt R's rewrite of Bluetooth binding progressing. Stoyan will test the latest batch of patches merged in gerrit. Then these will be backported to FF.
    • 11/29 - Bluetooth binding rewrite being tested in Karlsruhe this week on FF as well as master. Looks good so far.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
    • 6/14
      • Matt R started digging into
    • 6/28
      • Matt R still working on
    • 7/12
      • Matt R cranking along.
    • 7/26
      • No update
    • 8/23
    • 9/6 - SPEC-1683 resolved.
    • 11/1 had issues in Dresden with service (fixed by https://gerrit.automotivelinux.org/gerrit/#/c/17249/ )
    • 11/15 - Raquel removed libnfc dependency and has a good handle on how to finish it off. Should be ready for Karlsruhe.
    • 11/29 - Raquel's changes look good in testing. Need to get a handle on programming tags to match the identity in the current tags. Loic is getting the schema to enable local identity handling without requiring going to the Forgerock server.
    • 12/13 - Raquel's changes available. Programming the cards is a little wonky.
    • 1/24 - Reading the cards is ok. Still some issues with writing the tags with neard. Close to finishing this off once Scott get her the latest Identity agent changes.

New Business:

  • Telematics reference device using built in modem support
    • Newer version of ofono required (1.25 being tested) than we have in FF or GG.

December 13, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Sebastien, Michael, Romain

  • HVAC actuator in green machine #1 (from Japan) is not working correctly. Discussed debug possibilities. Michael confirmed that both demo units have updated hardware and firmware. Will create a video and share with Michael.
  • No Bluetooth audio on flounder or master. Need help from Thierry. Sent him an email asking for support at 6 pm.
  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 6/28
    • Signal composer changes to be pushed today or tomorrow. Will get into FF RC2.
    • Low-level CAN tests to be pushed today.
  • 7/12
    • Reviewed roadmap and updated
    • Ask Kusakabe to create a JIRA issue based on his ALS 2018 presentation and include the method for reproducing his findings. Use that to document performance improvements.
    • FF effort is now testing and bug-fixing
  • 7/26
    • Performance issue: Romain could reproduce and fix (down to 5% CPU), Kusakabe-san reported it to be fine
    • Improvement on metadata handling
  • 8/9
    • Performance issue considered closed.
    • Metadata handling improvement considered closed
    • Signal composer unit test coverage improvements in progress.
  • 8/23
    • Signal composer and low-level CAN binder unit test cases were merged today. Still a little bit of integration for FF, but it should be ready for the release.
    • Bug fixes from unit test output will be next task.
    • J1939 investigation and V2C metric collection planned for GG
    • Tool in progress to convert from Vektor CAN files to OpenXC/ JSON
    • Conversion to API V3 in progress for GG
  • 9/6
    • Not much to update
  • 9/20
    • No Update
  • 10/4
    • adapting low-level CAN binder to handle CAN FD frames.
    • Test cases are complete for low level CAN binder and Signal Composer
  • 11/1
    • No update
  • 11/15
    • No update
  • 12/13
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 6/28 - Matt P. working on wifi binding to update to use generic network service. Wifi binding will be deprecated.
    • 7/11 - Testing for FF release in progress. Bluetooth Interoperability testing in progress. Finding issues with specific devices. Switch over to new network binding from the old Wifi binding in progress. Switchover will be ready for RC3 including removal of old Wifi binding.
    • 7/26 - network binding in gerrit/merged and now settings UI being converted over (patches in gerrit) tracked under SPEC-1542
    • 8/23 - all of the wifi updates are in and the old wifi binding has been removed. Bluetooth rewrite based on the network binding lessons learned in progress for GG.
    • 9/6 - Bluetooth binding still in progress
    • 11/1
    • 11/15
      • Matt R's rewrite of Bluetooth binding progressing. Stoyan will test the latest batch of patches merged in gerrit. Then these will be backported to FF.
    • 11/29 - Bluetooth binding rewrite being tested in Karlsruhe this week on FF as well as master. Looks good so far.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
    • 6/14
      • Matt R started digging into
    • 6/28
      • Matt R still working on
    • 7/12
      • Matt R cranking along.
    • 7/26
      • No update
    • 8/23
    • 9/6 - SPEC-1683 resolved.
    • 11/1 had issues in Dresden with service (fixed by https://gerrit.automotivelinux.org/gerrit/#/c/17249/ )
    • 11/15 - Raquel removed libnfc dependency and has a good handle on how to finish it off. Should be ready for Karlsruhe.
    • 11/29 - Raquel's changes look good in testing. Need to get a handle on programming tags to match the identity in the current tags. Loic is getting the schema to enable local identity handling without requiring going to the Forgerock server.
    • 12/13 - Raquel's changes available. Programming the cards is a little wonky.
    • 1/24 - Reading the cards is ok. Still some issues with writing the tags with neard. Close to finishing this off once Scott get her the latest Identity agent changes.

New Business:

  • Telematics reference device using built in modem support
    • Newer version of ofono required (1.25 being tested) than we have in FF or GG.

November 29, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Scott, Matt R, Sebastien, Romain

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 6/28
    • Signal composer changes to be pushed today or tomorrow. Will get into FF RC2.
    • Low-level CAN tests to be pushed today.
  • 7/12
    • Reviewed roadmap and updated
    • Ask Kusakabe to create a JIRA issue based on his ALS 2018 presentation and include the method for reproducing his findings. Use that to document performance improvements.
    • FF effort is now testing and bug-fixing
  • 7/26
    • Performance issue: Romain could reproduce and fix (down to 5% CPU), Kusakabe-san reported it to be fine
    • Improvement on metadata handling
  • 8/9
    • Performance issue considered closed.
    • Metadata handling improvement considered closed
    • Signal composer unit test coverage improvements in progress.
  • 8/23
    • Signal composer and low-level CAN binder unit test cases were merged today. Still a little bit of integration for FF, but it should be ready for the release.
    • Bug fixes from unit test output will be next task.
    • J1939 investigation and V2C metric collection planned for GG
    • Tool in progress to convert from Vektor CAN files to OpenXC/ JSON
    • Conversion to API V3 in progress for GG
  • 9/6
    • Not much to update
  • 9/20
    • No Update
  • 10/4
    • adapting low-level CAN binder to handle CAN FD frames.
    • Test cases are complete for low level CAN binder and Signal Composer
  • 11/1
    • No update
  • 11/15
    • No update
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 6/28 - Matt P. working on wifi binding to update to use generic network service. Wifi binding will be deprecated.
    • 7/11 - Testing for FF release in progress. Bluetooth Interoperability testing in progress. Finding issues with specific devices. Switch over to new network binding from the old Wifi binding in progress. Switchover will be ready for RC3 including removal of old Wifi binding.
    • 7/26 - network binding in gerrit/merged and now settings UI being converted over (patches in gerrit) tracked under SPEC-1542
    • 8/23 - all of the wifi updates are in and the old wifi binding has been removed. Bluetooth rewrite based on the network binding lessons learned in progress for GG.
    • 9/6 - Bluetooth binding still in progress
    • 11/1
    • 11/15
      • Matt R's rewrite of Bluetooth binding progressing. Stoyan will test the latest batch of patches merged in gerrit. Then these will be backported to FF.
    • 11/29 - Bluetooth binding rewrite being tested in Karlsruhe this week on FF as well as master. Looks good so far.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
    • 6/14
      • Matt R started digging into
    • 6/28
      • Matt R still working on
    • 7/12
      • Matt R cranking along.
    • 7/26
      • No update
    • 8/23
    • 9/6 - SPEC-1683 resolved.
    • 11/1 had issues in Dresden with service (fixed by https://gerrit.automotivelinux.org/gerrit/#/c/17249/ )
    • 11/15 - Raquel removed libnfc dependency and has a good handle on how to finish it off. Should be ready for Karlsruhe.
    • 11/29 - Raquel's changes look good in testing. Need to get a handle on programming tags to match the identity in the current tags. Loic is getting the schema to enable local identity handling without requiring going to the Forgerock server.

New Business:

  • Setting time on the M3 issue - Jan-Simon got an RTC working with KF+M3
  • Got an update from Scott on the work for the IC reference.

November 15, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Scott, Kusakabe, Romain, Michael, Chris

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 6/28
    • Signal composer changes to be pushed today or tomorrow. Will get into FF RC2.
    • Low-level CAN tests to be pushed today.
  • 7/12
    • Reviewed roadmap and updated
    • Ask Kusakabe to create a JIRA issue based on his ALS 2018 presentation and include the method for reproducing his findings. Use that to document performance improvements.
    • FF effort is now testing and bug-fixing
  • 7/26
    • Performance issue: Romain could reproduce and fix (down to 5% CPU), Kusakabe-san reported it to be fine
    • Improvement on metadata handling
  • 8/9
    • Performance issue considered closed.
    • Metadata handling improvement considered closed
    • Signal composer unit test coverage improvements in progress.
  • 8/23
    • Signal composer and low-level CAN binder unit test cases were merged today. Still a little bit of integration for FF, but it should be ready for the release.
    • Bug fixes from unit test output will be next task.
    • J1939 investigation and V2C metric collection planned for GG
    • Tool in progress to convert from Vektor CAN files to OpenXC/ JSON
    • Conversion to API V3 in progress for GG
  • 9/6
    • Not much to update
  • 9/20
    • No Update
  • 10/4
    • adapting low-level CAN binder to handle CAN FD frames.
    • Test cases are complete for low level CAN binder and Signal Composer
  • 11/1
    • No update
  • 11/15
    • No update
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 6/28 - Matt P. working on wifi binding to update to use generic network service. Wifi binding will be deprecated.
    • 7/11 - Testing for FF release in progress. Bluetooth Interoperability testing in progress. Finding issues with specific devices. Switch over to new network binding from the old Wifi binding in progress. Switchover will be ready for RC3 including removal of old Wifi binding.
    • 7/26 - network binding in gerrit/merged and now settings UI being converted over (patches in gerrit) tracked under SPEC-1542
    • 8/23 - all of the wifi updates are in and the old wifi binding has been removed. Bluetooth rewrite based on the network binding lessons learned in progress for GG.
    • 9/6 - Bluetooth binding still in progress
    • 11/1
    • 11/15
      • Matt R's rewrite of Bluetooth binding progressing. Stoyan will test the latest batch of patches merged in gerrit. Then these will be backported to FF.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
    • 6/14
      • Matt R started digging into
    • 6/28
      • Matt R still working on
    • 7/12
      • Matt R cranking along.
    • 7/26
      • No update
    • 8/23
    • 9/6 - SPEC-1683 resolved.
    • 11/1 had issues in Dresden with service (fixed by https://gerrit.automotivelinux.org/gerrit/#/c/17249/ )
    • 11/15 - Raquel removed libnfc dependency and has a good handle on how to finish it off. Should be ready for Karlsruhe.
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the code incorporated into kernel.
    • 7/26 - No update
  • Kusakabe-san is working to replace the Mocca box with a small LIN transceiver but having some problem with the HVAC hardware.
    • 6/28
      • Kusakabe pushing new LIN kernel module and HVAC application into master next week.
      • Next will look at haptic devices.
    • 7/12
      • No updates
    • 7/26
      • New lin kernel module pending for rc3
    • 11/1
    • 11/15
      • Done

New Business:

  • Setting time on the M3 issue
  • Got an update from Scott on the work for the IC reference.

November 1, 2018

Attendees: Jan-Simon, Tom

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 6/28
    • Signal composer changes to be pushed today or tomorrow. Will get into FF RC2.
    • Low-level CAN tests to be pushed today.
  • 7/12
    • Reviewed roadmap and updated
    • Ask Kusakabe to create a JIRA issue based on his ALS 2018 presentation and include the method for reproducing his findings. Use that to document performance improvements.
    • FF effort is now testing and bug-fixing
  • 7/26
    • Performance issue: Romain could reproduce and fix (down to 5% CPU), Kusakabe-san reported it to be fine
    • Improvement on metadata handling
  • 8/9
    • Performance issue considered closed.
    • Metadata handling improvement considered closed
    • Signal composer unit test coverage improvements in progress.
  • 8/23
    • Signal composer and low-level CAN binder unit test cases were merged today. Still a little bit of integration for FF, but it should be ready for the release.
    • Bug fixes from unit test output will be next task.
    • J1939 investigation and V2C metric collection planned for GG
    • Tool in progress to convert from Vektor CAN files to OpenXC/ JSON
    • Conversion to API V3 in progress for GG
  • 9/6
    • Not much to update
  • 9/20
    • No Update
  • 10/4
    • adapting low-level CAN binder to handle CAN FD frames.
    • Test cases are complete for low level CAN binder and Signal Composer
  • 11/1
    • No update
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 6/28 - Matt P. working on wifi binding to update to use generic network service. Wifi binding will be deprecated.
    • 7/11 - Testing for FF release in progress. Bluetooth Interoperability testing in progress. Finding issues with specific devices. Switch over to new network binding from the old Wifi binding in progress. Switchover will be ready for RC3 including removal of old Wifi binding.
    • 7/26 - network binding in gerrit/merged and now settings UI being converted over (patches in gerrit) tracked under SPEC-1542
    • 8/23 - all of the wifi updates are in and the old wifi binding has been removed. Bluetooth rewrite based on the network binding lessons learned in progress for GG.
    • 9/6 - Bluetooth binding still in progress
    • 11/1
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the code incorporated into kernel.
    • 7/26 - No update
  • Kusakabe-san is working to replace the Mocca box with a small LIN transceiver but having some problem with the HVAC hardware.
    • 6/28
      • Kusakabe pushing new LIN kernel module and HVAC application into master next week.
      • Next will look at haptic devices.
    • 7/12
      • No updates
    • 7/26
      • New lin kernel module pending for rc3
    • 11/1

New Business:

October 18, 2018

Canceled due to Dresden AMM

October 4, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Romain, Scott, Stephane, Michael

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 6/28
    • Signal composer changes to be pushed today or tomorrow. Will get into FF RC2.
    • Low-level CAN tests to be pushed today.
  • 7/12
    • Reviewed roadmap and updated
    • Ask Kusakabe to create a JIRA issue based on his ALS 2018 presentation and include the method for reproducing his findings. Use that to document performance improvements.
    • FF effort is now testing and bug-fixing
  • 7/26
    • Performance issue: Romain could reproduce and fix (down to 5% CPU), Kusakabe-san reported it to be fine
    • Improvement on metadata handling
  • 8/9
    • Performance issue considered closed.
    • Metadata handling improvement considered closed
    • Signal composer unit test coverage improvements in progress.
  • 8/23
    • Signal composer and low-level CAN binder unit test cases were merged today. Still a little bit of integration for FF, but it should be ready for the release.
    • Bug fixes from unit test output will be next task.
    • J1939 investigation and V2C metric collection planned for GG
    • Tool in progress to convert from Vektor CAN files to OpenXC/ JSON
    • Conversion to API V3 in progress for GG
  • 9/6
    • Not much to update
  • 9/20
    • No Update
  • 10/4
    • adapting low-level CAN binder to handle CAN FD frames.
    • Test cases are complete for low level CAN binder and Signal Composer
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 6/28 - Matt P. working on wifi binding to update to use generic network service. Wifi binding will be deprecated.
    • 7/11 - Testing for FF release in progress. Bluetooth Interoperability testing in progress. Finding issues with specific devices. Switch over to new network binding from the old Wifi binding in progress. Switchover will be ready for RC3 including removal of old Wifi binding.
    • 7/26 - network binding in gerrit/merged and now settings UI being converted over (patches in gerrit) tracked under SPEC-1542
    • 8/23 - all of the wifi updates are in and the old wifi binding has been removed. Bluetooth rewrite based on the network binding lessons learned in progress for GG.
    • 9/6 - Bluetooth binding still in progress
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
    • 6/14
      • Matt R started digging into
    • 6/28
      • Matt R still working on
    • 7/12
      • Matt R cranking along.
    • 7/26
      • No update
    • 8/23
    • 9/6 - SPEC-1683 resolved.
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the code incorporated into kernel.
    • 7/26 - No update
  • Kusakabe-san is working to replace the Mocca box with a small LIN transceiver but having some problem with the HVAC hardware.
    • 6/28
      • Kusakabe pushing new LIN kernel module and HVAC application into master next week.
      • Next will look at haptic devices.
    • 7/12
      • No updates
    • 7/26
      • New lin kernel module pending for rc3

New Business:

September 20, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Scott

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 6/28
    • Signal composer changes to be pushed today or tomorrow. Will get into FF RC2.
    • Low-level CAN tests to be pushed today.
  • 7/12
    • Reviewed roadmap and updated
    • Ask Kusakabe to create a JIRA issue based on his ALS 2018 presentation and include the method for reproducing his findings. Use that to document performance improvements.
    • FF effort is now testing and bug-fixing
  • 7/26
    • Performance issue: Romain could reproduce and fix (down to 5% CPU), Kusakabe-san reported it to be fine
    • Improvement on metadata handling
  • 8/9
    • Performance issue considered closed.
    • Metadata handling improvement considered closed
    • Signal composer unit test coverage improvements in progress.
  • 8/23
    • Signal composer and low-level CAN binder unit test cases were merged today. Still a little bit of integration for FF, but it should be ready for the release.
    • Bug fixes from unit test output will be next task.
    • J1939 investigation and V2C metric collection planned for GG
    • Tool in progress to convert from Vektor CAN files to OpenXC/ JSON
    • Conversion to API V3 in progress for GG
  • 9/6
    • Not much to update
  • 9/20
    • No Update
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 6/28 - Matt P. working on wifi binding to update to use generic network service. Wifi binding will be deprecated.
    • 7/11 - Testing for FF release in progress. Bluetooth Interoperability testing in progress. Finding issues with specific devices. Switch over to new network binding from the old Wifi binding in progress. Switchover will be ready for RC3 including removal of old Wifi binding.
    • 7/26 - network binding in gerrit/merged and now settings UI being converted over (patches in gerrit) tracked under SPEC-1542
    • 8/23 - all of the wifi updates are in and the old wifi binding has been removed. Bluetooth rewrite based on the network binding lessons learned in progress for GG.
    • 9/6 - Bluetooth binding still in progress
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
    • 6/14
      • Matt R started digging into
    • 6/28
      • Matt R still working on
    • 7/12
      • Matt R cranking along.
    • 7/26
      • No update
    • 8/23
    • 9/6 - SPEC-1683 resolved.
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the code incorporated into kernel.
    • 7/26 - No update
  • Kusakabe-san is working to replace the Mocca box with a small LIN transceiver but having some problem with the HVAC hardware.
    • 6/28
      • Kusakabe pushing new LIN kernel module and HVAC application into master next week.
      • Next will look at haptic devices.
    • 7/12
      • No updates
    • 7/26
      • New lin kernel module pending for rc3

New Business:

September 6, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Matt, Sebastien, Romain

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 6/28
    • Signal composer changes to be pushed today or tomorrow. Will get into FF RC2.
    • Low-level CAN tests to be pushed today.
  • 7/12
    • Reviewed roadmap and updated
    • Ask Kusakabe to create a JIRA issue based on his ALS 2018 presentation and include the method for reproducing his findings. Use that to document performance improvements.
    • FF effort is now testing and bug-fixing
  • 7/26
    • Performance issue: Romain could reproduce and fix (down to 5% CPU), Kusakabe-san reported it to be fine
    • Improvement on metadata handling
  • 8/9
    • Performance issue considered closed.
    • Metadata handling improvement considered closed
    • Signal composer unit test coverage improvements in progress.
  • 8/23
    • Signal composer and low-level CAN binder unit test cases were merged today. Still a little bit of integration for FF, but it should be ready for the release.
    • Bug fixes from unit test output will be next task.
    • J1939 investigation and V2C metric collection planned for GG
    • Tool in progress to convert from Vektor CAN files to OpenXC/ JSON
    • Conversion to API V3 in progress for GG
  • 9/6
    • Not much to update
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 6/28 - Matt P. working on wifi binding to update to use generic network service. Wifi binding will be deprecated.
    • 7/11 - Testing for FF release in progress. Bluetooth Interoperability testing in progress. Finding issues with specific devices. Switch over to new network binding from the old Wifi binding in progress. Switchover will be ready for RC3 including removal of old Wifi binding.
    • 7/26 - network binding in gerrit/merged and now settings UI being converted over (patches in gerrit) tracked under SPEC-1542
    • 8/23 - all of the wifi updates are in and the old wifi binding has been removed. Bluetooth rewrite based on the network binding lessons learned in progress for GG.
    • 9/6 - Bluetooth binding still in progress
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
    • 6/14
      • Matt R started digging into
    • 6/28
      • Matt R still working on
    • 7/12
      • Matt R cranking along.
    • 7/26
      • No update
    • 8/23
    • 9/6 - SPEC-1683 resolved.
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the code incorporated into kernel.
    • 7/26 - No update
  • Kusakabe-san is working to replace the Mocca box with a small LIN transceiver but having some problem with the HVAC hardware.
    • 6/28
      • Kusakabe pushing new LIN kernel module and HVAC application into master next week.
      • Next will look at haptic devices.
    • 7/12
      • No updates
    • 7/26
      • New lin kernel module pending for rc3

New Business:

September 6, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Matt, Sebastien, Romain

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 6/28
    • Signal composer changes to be pushed today or tomorrow. Will get into FF RC2.
    • Low-level CAN tests to be pushed today.
  • 7/12
    • Reviewed roadmap and updated
    • Ask Kusakabe to create a JIRA issue based on his ALS 2018 presentation and include the method for reproducing his findings. Use that to document performance improvements.
    • FF effort is now testing and bug-fixing
  • 7/26
    • Performance issue: Romain could reproduce and fix (down to 5% CPU), Kusakabe-san reported it to be fine
    • Improvement on metadata handling
  • 8/9
    • Performance issue considered closed.
    • Metadata handling improvement considered closed
    • Signal composer unit test coverage improvements in progress.
  • 8/23
    • Signal composer and low-level CAN binder unit test cases were merged today. Still a little bit of integration for FF, but it should be ready for the release.
    • Bug fixes from unit test output will be next task.
    • J1939 investigation and V2C metric collection planned for GG
    • Tool in progress to convert from Vektor CAN files to OpenXC/ JSON
    • Conversion to API V3 in progress for GG
  • 9/6
    • Not much to update
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 6/28 - Matt P. working on wifi binding to update to use generic network service. Wifi binding will be deprecated.
    • 7/11 - Testing for FF release in progress. Bluetooth Interoperability testing in progress. Finding issues with specific devices. Switch over to new network binding from the old Wifi binding in progress. Switchover will be ready for RC3 including removal of old Wifi binding.
    • 7/26 - network binding in gerrit/merged and now settings UI being converted over (patches in gerrit) tracked under SPEC-1542
    • 8/23 - all of the wifi updates are in and the old wifi binding has been removed. Bluetooth rewrite based on the network binding lessons learned in progress for GG.
    • 9/6 - Bluetooth binding still in progress
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
    • 6/14
      • Matt R started digging into
    • 6/28
      • Matt R still working on
    • 7/12
      • Matt R cranking along.
    • 7/26
      • No update
    • 8/23
    • 9/6 - SPEC-1683 resolved.
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the code incorporated into kernel.
    • 7/26 - No update
  • Kusakabe-san is working to replace the Mocca box with a small LIN transceiver but having some problem with the HVAC hardware.
    • 6/28
      • Kusakabe pushing new LIN kernel module and HVAC application into master next week.
      • Next will look at haptic devices.
    • 7/12
      • No updates
    • 7/26
      • New lin kernel module pending for rc3

New Business:

August 23, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Romain, Matt, Sebastien

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 6/28
    • Signal composer changes to be pushed today or tomorrow. Will get into FF RC2.
    • Low-level CAN tests to be pushed today.
  • 7/12
    • Reviewed roadmap and updated
    • Ask Kusakabe to create a JIRA issue based on his ALS 2018 presentation and include the method for reproducing his findings. Use that to document performance improvements.
    • FF effort is now testing and bug-fixing
  • 7/26
    • Performance issue: Romain could reproduce and fix (down to 5% CPU), Kusakabe-san reported it to be fine
    • Improvement on metadata handling
  • 8/9
    • Performance issue considered closed.
    • Metadata handling improvement considered closed
    • Signal composer unit test coverage improvements in progress.
  • 8/23
    • Signal composer and low-level CAN binder unit test cases were merged today. Still a little bit of integration for FF, but it should be ready for the release.
    • Bug fixes from unit test output will be next task.
    • J1939 investigation and V2C metric collection planned for GG
    • Tool in progress to convert from Vektor CAN files to OpenXC/ JSON
    • Conversion to API V3 in progress for GG
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 6/28 - Matt P. working on wifi binding to update to use generic network service. Wifi binding will be deprecated.
    • 7/11 - Testing for FF release in progress. Bluetooth Interoperability testing in progress. Finding issues with specific devices. Switch over to new network binding from the old Wifi binding in progress. Switchover will be ready for RC3 including removal of old Wifi binding.
    • 7/26 - network binding in gerrit/merged and now settings UI being converted over (patches in gerrit) tracked under SPEC-1542
    • 8/23 - all of the wifi updates are in and the old wifi binding has been removed. Bluetooth rewrite based on the network binding lessons learned in progress for GG.
  • Telephony Updates
    • PBAP and Contact app in progress.
    • 7/12
      • Done. Need icons. Will submit ticket
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
    • 6/14
      • Matt R started digging into
    • 6/28
      • Matt R still working on
    • 7/12
      • Matt R cranking along.
    • 7/26
      • No update
    • 8/23
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the code incorporated into kernel.
    • 7/26 - No update
  • Kusakabe-san is working to replace the Mocca box with a small LIN transceiver but having some problem with the HVAC hardware.
    • 6/28
      • Kusakabe pushing new LIN kernel module and HVAC application into master next week.
      • Next will look at haptic devices.
    • 7/12
      • No updates
    • 7/26
      • New lin kernel module pending for rc3

New Business:

August 9, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Michael, Chris, Romain

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 6/28
    • Signal composer changes to be pushed today or tomorrow. Will get into FF RC2.
    • Low-level CAN tests to be pushed today.
  • 7/12
    • Reviewed roadmap and updated
    • Ask Kusakabe to create a JIRA issue based on his ALS 2018 presentation and include the method for reproducing his findings. Use that to document performance improvements.
    • FF effort is now testing and bug-fixing
  • 7/26
    • Performance issue: Romain could reproduce and fix (down to 5% CPU), Kusakabe-san reported it to be fine
    • Improvement on metadata handling
  • 8/9
    • Performance issue considered closed.
    • Metadata handling improvement considered closed
    • Signal composer unit test coverage improvements in progress.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 6/28 - Matt P. working on wifi binding to update to use generic network service. Wifi binding will be deprecated.
    • 7/11 - Testing for FF release in progress. Bluetooth Interoperability testing in progress. Finding issues with specific devices. Switch over to new network binding from the old Wifi binding in progress. Switchover will be ready for RC3 including removal of old Wifi binding.
    • 7/26 - network binding in gerrit/merged and now settings UI being converted over (patches in gerrit) tracked under SPEC-1542
  • Telephony Updates
    • PBAP and Contact app in progress.
    • 7/12
      • Done. Need icons. Will submit ticket
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
    • 6/14
      • Matt R started digging into
    • 6/28
      • Matt R still working on
    • 7/12
      • Matt R cranking along.
    • 7/26
      • No update
  • General network connectivity above connman to manage connectivity including bridging, tethering, network QOS and switching
    • SPEC-1274 - In progress
    • 4/5 - Pantellis still working. Initial prototype should be ready in the next two weeks.
    • 4/19 - Still working on binder and a command line test app. Should be feature complete in next week or so and ready for review.
    • 5/3 - Sandbox is functionally complete and Pantellis has started integrating with libqtappfw. Should push sandbox to master so we can more widely review and test it. Will add issues as subtasks for the continuing work.
    • 5/17 - Still in-flight. Pantellis is somewhat blocked by Matt's work. Looks like RC2.
    • 5/31 - WIP for RC2.
    • 6/14 - On track for RC2
    • 6/28 - Still on track RC2
    • 7/12 - See above
    • 7/26 - All merged for rc2
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the code incorporated into kernel.
    • 7/26 - No update
  • Kusakabe-san is working to replace the Mocca box with a small LIN transceiver but having some problem with the HVAC hardware.
    • 6/28
      • Kusakabe pushing new LIN kernel module and HVAC application into master next week.
      • Next will look at haptic devices.
    • 7/12
      • No updates
    • 7/26
      • New lin kernel module pending for rc3

New Business:

July 26, 2018

Attendees: Jan-Simon, Romain, Christian, Michael,

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 6/28
    • Signal composer changes to be pushed today or tomorrow. Will get into FF RC2.
    • Low-level CAN tests to be pushed today.
  • 7/12
    • Reviewed roadmap and updated
    • Ask Kusakabe to create a JIRA issue based on his ALS 2018 presentation and include the method for reproducing his findings. Use that to document performance improvements.
    • FF effort is now testing and bug-fixing
  • 7/26
    • Performance issue: Romain could reproduce and fix (down to 5% CPU), Kusakabe-san reported it to be fine
    • Improvement on metadata handling
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 6/28 - Matt P. working on wifi binding to update to use generic network service. Wifi binding will be deprecated.
    • 7/11 - Testing for FF release in progress. Bluetooth Interoperability testing in progress. Finding issues with specific devices. Switch over to new network binding from the old Wifi binding in progress. Switchover will be ready for RC3 including removal of old Wifi binding.
    • 7/26 - network binding in gerrit/merged and now settings UI being converted over (patches in gerrit) tracked under SPEC-1542
  • Telephony Updates
    • PBAP and Contact app in progress.
    • 7/12
      • Done. Need icons. Will submit ticket
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
    • 6/14
      • Matt R started digging into
    • 6/28
      • Matt R still working on
    • 7/12
      • Matt R cranking along.
    • 7/26
      • No update
  • General network connectivity above connman to manage connectivity including bridging, tethering, network QOS and switching
    • SPEC-1274 - In progress
    • 4/5 - Pantellis still working. Initial prototype should be ready in the next two weeks.
    • 4/19 - Still working on binder and a command line test app. Should be feature complete in next week or so and ready for review.
    • 5/3 - Sandbox is functionally complete and Pantellis has started integrating with libqtappfw. Should push sandbox to master so we can more widely review and test it. Will add issues as subtasks for the continuing work.
    • 5/17 - Still in-flight. Pantellis is somewhat blocked by Matt's work. Looks like RC2.
    • 5/31 - WIP for RC2.
    • 6/14 - On track for RC2
    • 6/28 - Still on track RC2
    • 7/12 - See above
    • 7/26 - All merged for rc2
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the code incorporated into kernel.
    • 7/26 - No update
  • Kusakabe-san is working to replace the Mocca box with a small LIN transceiver but having some problem with the HVAC hardware.
    • 6/28
      • Kusakabe pushing new LIN kernel module and HVAC application into master next week.
      • Next will look at haptic devices.
    • 7/12
      • No updates
    • 7/26
      • New lin kernel module pending for rc3

New Business:

July 12, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Sebastien, Matt, Romain

  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 6/28 - Matt P. working on wifi binding to update to use generic network service. Wifi binding will be deprecated.
    • 7/11 - Testing for FF release in progress. Bluetooth Interoperability testing in progress. Finding issues with specific devices. Switch over to new network binding from the old Wifi binding in progress. Switchover will be ready for RC3 including removal of old Wifi binding.
  • Telephony Updates
    • PBAP and Contact app in progress.
    • 7/12
      • Done. Need icons. Will submit ticket.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
    • 6/14
      • Matt R started digging into
    • 6/28
      • Matt R still working on
    • 7/12
      • Matt R cranking along.
  • General network connectivity above connman to manage connectivity including bridging, tethering, network QOS and switching
    • SPEC-1274 - In progress
    • 4/5 - Pantellis still working. Initial prototype should be ready in the next two weeks.
    • 4/19 - Still working on binder and a command line test app. Should be feature complete in next week or so and ready for review.
    • 5/3 - Sandbox is functionally complete and Pantellis has started integrating with libqtappfw. Should push sandbox to master so we can more widely review and test it. Will add issues as subtasks for the continuing work.
    • 5/17 - Still in-flight. Pantellis is somewhat blocked by Matt's work. Looks like RC2.
    • 5/31 - WIP for RC2.
    • 6/14 - On track for RC2
    • 6/28 - Still on track RC2
    • 7/12 - See above
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the code incorporated into kernel.
  • Kusakabe-san is working to replace the Mocca box with a small LIN transceiver but having some problem with the HVAC hardware.
    • 6/28
      • Kusakabe pushing new LIN kernel module and HVAC application into master next week.
      • Next will look at haptic devices.
    • 7/12
      • No updates

New Business:

June 28, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Romain, Matt P, Kusakabe, Sebastien, Stephane

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 3/22
    • SPEC-1339 - Jonathan working on stabilization of low level CAN binding - merged in gerrit
    • SPEC-1347 - Adding “EngineOn” to low level CAN binding
    • New binding in progress to store metrics on vehicle bus. Could be used for supervision, remote diagnostics or black box use cases.
    • SPEC-1344 - Check with Jan-Simon
  • 4/5
    • SPEC-1344 - Done
    • SPEC-1347 - Jonathan almost finished.
    • SPEC-1381 - Next up for Jonathan - Adding vehicle message dictionaries to low-level CAN
    • Test cases - Start with CAN low-level services.
  • 4/19
    • Discussions with Oliver Hartkopp went well last week in Karlsruhe.
    • Jonathan still chugging along.
    • Romain - add namespace usage based on discussion with Oliver probably after FF. Requires kernel 4.12 or later.
  • 5/3
    • SPEC-1419 - Romain working on changing the signal composer to a more flexible meta-data storage model. Need Jira ticket.
    • Jonathan working on testing the low level CAN. See discussion below about creating reusable test plans.
  • 5/17
    • SPEC-1419 - Will not be available until the end of June. Romain on vacation the next three weeks.
    • SPEC-1407 - Data collection for V2C use cases. Most likely a demo for AMM and targeted for Grumpy Guppy.
    • Jonathan continuing with test plans and procedures for low-level CAN. (Need Jira)
  • 5/31
  • 6/14
    • Signal composer changes will be pushed ASAP by Romain now that he is bacl
    • Romain working on lua scripts for low level can tests. Should be ready next week.
  • 6/28
    • Signal composer changes to be pushed today or tomorrow. Will get into FF RC2.
    • Low-level CAN tests to be pushed today.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 4/19 - Matt R. posted patches to rework the Bluetooth settings app
    • 5/4 - Matt R. still hammering away it. A bunch of patches were merged.
    • 5/17 - Matt R. back ports to eel have been submitted. Testing these because it looks like there have been some regressions on eel. Not sure if this is related to the backports or something else.
      • Asynchronous disconnect and reconnect of Bluetooth devices is not being handled correctly by the binding. Matt P. working on fixes for that.
    • 5/31 - Matt R sent all fixes to Eel. Matt R also tested in 'real life' environment.
    • 6/14 - Set for ALS on Eel
    • 6/28 - Matt P. working on wifi binding to update to use generic network service. Wifi binding will be deprecated.
  • Telephony Updates
    • PBAP and Contact app in progress.
    • 4/5
      • SPEC-1382 - PBAB and Contact App - Binding ready. Integration in progress.
    • 4/19
      • SPEC-1382 - Rewrite of the phone app to include tabs for phone book, missed call lists, etc. in progress. May need some more art work from LF designer.
    • 5/3
      • SPEC-1382 - In sandbox and testing. Matt adding some error handling before pushing to master.
    • 5/17
      • SPEC-1382 - Matt working through the subtasks listed in the ticket. Coming together for FF RC1.
    • 5/31
      • SPEC-1382 - UI related subtasks done, on-track for binding backend for RC1.
    • 6/14
      • SPEC-1382 - Coming together. First parts submitted. Waiting for repo creation for binding.
    • 6/28
      • SPEC-1382 - Submitted. Ready for RC1
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
    • 6/14
      • Matt R started digging into
    • 6/28
      • Matt R still working on
  • General network connectivity above connman to manage connectivity including bridging, tethering, network QOS and switching
    • SPEC-1274 - In progress
    • 4/5 - Pantellis still working. Initial prototype should be ready in the next two weeks.
    • 4/19 - Still working on binder and a command line test app. Should be feature complete in next week or so and ready for review.
    • 5/3 - Sandbox is functionally complete and Pantellis has started integrating with libqtappfw. Should push sandbox to master so we can more widely review and test it. Will add issues as subtasks for the continuing work.
    • 5/17 - Still in-flight. Pantellis is somewhat blocked by Matt's work. Looks like RC2.
    • 5/31 - WIP for RC2.
    • 6/14 - On track for RC2
    • 6/28 - Still on track RC2
  • User profiles to allow authorized users to configure Wifi and BT
  • Support for additional wifi dongles and modes. Currently station mode only. Post-FF.
  • For 2018 - evaluate usage of connman versus network manager/modem manager for long-term especially for 4G and complex use cases.
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the code incorporated into kernel.
  • Discussed test methodology and packaging for CIAT tests. Schedule a separate a call to discuss with IoT.bzh and Konsulko. Tentatively May 15 after the dev call. Scott, Matt, Matt, Sebastien, Jose, Jonathan should be invited.
    • Had call on 5/29. Working on Build Types and deployment of wgt(s) within AppFw.
  • Kusakabe-san is working to replace the Mocca box with a small LIN transceiver but having some problem with the HVAC hardware.
    • 5/17 - Michael working on a replacement to the HVAC firmware. Should be finished next week. Soya is working with Kusakabe in Japan to get this working.
    • 5/31
      • New HVAC firmware done (Michael / MCHP). New hardware/new firmware for HVAC controller board.
      • Kusakabe-san: Kingfisher + LIN works.
    • 6/14
      • Kusakabe successfully integrated new LIN transceiver into ALS demo.
      • Microchip successfully integrated new firmware for the HVAC controller board into the ALS demo.
    • 6/28
      • Kusakabe pushing new LIN kernel module and HVAC application into master next week.
      • Next will look at haptic devices.

New Business:

June 14, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Matt Porter, Sebastien, Romain, Ronan

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 3/22
    • SPEC-1339 - Jonathan working on stabilization of low level CAN binding - merged in gerrit
    • SPEC-1347 - Adding “EngineOn” to low level CAN binding
    • New binding in progress to store metrics on vehicle bus. Could be used for supervision, remote diagnostics or black box use cases.
    • SPEC-1344 - Check with Jan-Simon
  • 4/5
    • SPEC-1344 - Done
    • SPEC-1347 - Jonathan almost finished.
    • SPEC-1381 - Next up for Jonathan - Adding vehicle message dictionaries to low-level CAN
    • Test cases - Start with CAN low-level services.
  • 4/19
    • Discussions with Oliver Hartkopp went well last week in Karlsruhe.
    • Jonathan still chugging along.
    • Romain - add namespace usage based on discussion with Oliver probably after FF. Requires kernel 4.12 or later.
  • 5/3
    • SPEC-1419 - Romain working on changing the signal composer to a more flexible meta-data storage model. Need Jira ticket.
    • Jonathan working on testing the low level CAN. See discussion below about creating reusable test plans.
  • 5/17
    • SPEC-1419 - Will not be available until the end of June. Romain on vacation the next three weeks.
    • SPEC-1407 - Data collection for V2C use cases. Most likely a demo for AMM and targeted for Grumpy Guppy.
    • Jonathan continuing with test plans and procedures for low-level CAN. (Need Jira)
  • 5/31
  • 6/14
    • Signal composer changes will be pushed ASAP by Romain now that he is bacl
    • Romain working on lua scripts for low level can tests. Should be ready next week.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 4/19 - Matt R. posted patches to rework the Bluetooth settings app
    • 5/4 - Matt R. still hammering away it. A bunch of patches were merged.
    • 5/17 - Matt R. back ports to eel have been submitted. Testing these because it looks like there have been some regressions on eel. Not sure if this is related to the backports or something else.
      • Asynchronous disconnect and reconnect of Bluetooth devices is not being handled correctly by the binding. Matt P. working on fixes for that.
    • 5/31 - Matt R sent all fixes to Eel. Matt R also tested in 'real life' environment.
    • 6/14 - Set for ALS on Eel
  • Telephony Updates
    • PBAP and Contact app in progress.
    • 4/5
      • SPEC-1382 - PBAB and Contact App - Binding ready. Integration in progress.
    • 4/19
      • SPEC-1382 - Rewrite of the phone app to include tabs for phone book, missed call lists, etc. in progress. May need some more art work from LF designer.
    • 5/3
      • SPEC-1382 - In sandbox and testing. Matt adding some error handling before pushing to master.
    • 5/17
      • SPEC-1382 - Matt working through the subtasks listed in the ticket. Coming together for FF RC1.
    • 5/31
      • SPEC-1382 - UI related subtasks done, on-track for binding backend for RC1.
    • 6/14
      • SPEC-1382 - Coming together. First parts submitted. Waiting for repo creation for binding.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
    • 6/14
      • Matt R started digging into
  • General network connectivity above connman to manage connectivity including bridging, tethering, network QOS and switching
    • SPEC-1274 - In progress
    • 4/5 - Pantellis still working. Initial prototype should be ready in the next two weeks.
    • 4/19 - Still working on binder and a command line test app. Should be feature complete in next week or so and ready for review.
    • 5/3 - Sandbox is functionally complete and Pantellis has started integrating with libqtappfw. Should push sandbox to master so we can more widely review and test it. Will add issues as subtasks for the continuing work.
    • 5/17 - Still in-flight. Pantellis is somewhat blocked by Matt's work. Looks like RC2.
    • 5/31 - WIP for RC2.
    • 6/14 - On track for RC2
  • User profiles to allow authorized users to configure Wifi and BT
  • Support for additional wifi dongles and modes. Currently station mode only. Post-FF.
  • For 2018 - evaluate usage of connman versus network manager/modem manager for long-term especially for 4G and complex use cases.
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the code incorporated into kernel.
  • Discussed test methodology and packaging for CIAT tests. Schedule a separate a call to discuss with IoT.bzh and Konsulko. Tentatively May 15 after the dev call. Scott, Matt, Matt, Sebastien, Jose, Jonathan should be invited.
    • Had call on 5/29. Working on Build Types and deployment of wgt(s) within AppFw.
  • Kusakabe-san is working to replace the Mocca box with a small LIN transceiver but having some problem with the HVAC hardware.
    • 5/17 - Michael working on a replacement to the HVAC firmware. Should be finished next week. Soya is working with Kusakabe in Japan to get this working.
    • 5/31
      • New HVAC firmware done (Michael / MCHP). New hardware/new firmware for HVAC controller board.
      • Kusakabe-san: Kingfisher + LIN works.
    • 6/14
      • Kusakabe successfully integrated new LIN transceiver into ALS demo.
      • Microchip successfully integrated new firmware for the HVAC controller board into the ALS demo.

New Business:

May 31, 2018

Attendees: Jan-Simon, Jonathan Aillet, Matt Porter, Kusakabe-san,

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 3/22
    • SPEC-1339 - Jonathan working on stabilization of low level CAN binding - merged in gerrit
    • SPEC-1347 - Adding “EngineOn” to low level CAN binding
    • New binding in progress to store metrics on vehicle bus. Could be used for supervision, remote diagnostics or black box use cases.
    • SPEC-1344 - Check with Jan-Simon
  • 4/5
    • SPEC-1344 - Done
    • SPEC-1347 - Jonathan almost finished.
    • SPEC-1381 - Next up for Jonathan - Adding vehicle message dictionaries to low-level CAN
    • Test cases - Start with CAN low-level services.
  • 4/19
    • Discussions with Oliver Hartkopp went well last week in Karlsruhe.
    • Jonathan still chugging along.
    • Romain - add namespace usage based on discussion with Oliver probably after FF. Requires kernel 4.12 or later.
  • 5/3
    • SPEC-1419 - Romain working on changing the signal composer to a more flexible meta-data storage model. Need Jira ticket.
    • Jonathan working on testing the low level CAN. See discussion below about creating reusable test plans.
  • 5/17
    • SPEC-1419 - Will not be available until the end of June. Romain on vacation the next three weeks.
    • SPEC-1407 - Data collection for V2C use cases. Most likely a demo for AMM and targeted for Grumpy Guppy.
    • Jonathan continuing with test plans and procedures for low-level CAN. (Need Jira)
  • 5/31
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 4/19 - Matt R. posted patches to rework the Bluetooth settings app
    • 5/4 - Matt R. still hammering away it. A bunch of patches were merged.
    • 5/17 - Matt R. back ports to eel have been submitted. Testing these because it looks like there have been some regressions on eel. Not sure if this is related to the backports or something else.
      • Asynchronous disconnect and reconnect of Bluetooth devices is not being handled correctly by the binding. Matt P. working on fixes for that.
    • 5/31 - Matt R sent all fixes to Eel. Matt R also tested in 'real life' environment.
  • Telephony Updates
    • PBAP and Contact app in progress.
    • 4/5
      • SPEC-1382 - PBAB and Contact App - Binding ready. Integration in progress.
    • 4/19
      • SPEC-1382 - Rewrite of the phone app to include tabs for phone book, missed call lists, etc. in progress. May need some more art work from LF designer.
    • 5/3
      • SPEC-1382 - In sandbox and testing. Matt adding some error handling before pushing to master.
    • 5/17
      • SPEC-1382 - Matt working through the subtasks listed in the ticket. Coming together for FF RC1.
    • 5/31
      • SPEC-1382 - UI related subtasks done, on-track for binding backend for RC1.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
  • General network connectivity above connman to manage connectivity including bridging, tethering, network QOS and switching
    • SPEC-1274 - In progress
    • 4/5 - Pantellis still working. Initial prototype should be ready in the next two weeks.
    • 4/19 - Still working on binder and a command line test app. Should be feature complete in next week or so and ready for review.
    • 5/3 - Sandbox is functionally complete and Pantellis has started integrating with libqtappfw. Should push sandbox to master so we can more widely review and test it. Will add issues as subtasks for the continuing work.
    • 5/17 - Still in-flight. Pantellis is somewhat blocked by Matt's work. Looks like RC2.
    • 5/31 - WIP for RC2.
  • User profiles to allow authorized users to configure Wifi and BT
  • Support for additional wifi dongles and modes. Currently station mode only. Post-FF.
  • For 2018 - evaluate usage of connman versus network manager/modem manager for long-term especially for 4G and complex use cases.
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the code incorporated into kernel.
  • Discussed test methodology and packaging for CIAT tests. Schedule a separate a call to discuss with IoT.bzh and Konsulko. Tentatively May 15 after the dev call. Scott, Matt, Matt, Sebastien, Jose, Jonathan should be invited.
    • Had call on 5/29. Working on Build Types and deployment of wgt(s) within AppFw.
  • Kusakabe-san is working to replace the Mocca box with a small LIN transceiver but having some problem with the HVAC hardware.
    • 5/17 - Michael working on a replacement to the HVAC firmware. Should be finished next week. Soya is working with Kusakabe in Japan to get this working.
    • 5/31
      • New HVAC firmware done (Michael / MCHP). New hardware/new firmware for HVAC controller board.
      • Kusakabe-san: Kingfisher + LIN works.

New Business:

  • 5/31

May 17, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Sebastien, Michael, Stephane, Romain, Jonathan, Matt, Tiejun

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 3/22
    • SPEC-1339 - Jonathan working on stabilization of low level CAN binding - merged in gerrit
    • SPEC-1347 - Adding “EngineOn” to low level CAN binding
    • New binding in progress to store metrics on vehicle bus. Could be used for supervision, remote diagnostics or black box use cases.
    • SPEC-1344 - Check with Jan-Simon
  • 4/5
    • SPEC-1344 - Done
    • SPEC-1347 - Jonathan almost finished.
    • SPEC-1381 - Next up for Jonathan - Adding vehicle message dictionaries to low-level CAN
    • Test cases - Start with CAN low-level services.
  • 4/19
    • Discussions with Oliver Hartkopp went well last week in Karlsruhe.
    • Jonathan still chugging along.
    • Romain - add namespace usage based on discussion with Oliver probably after FF. Requires kernel 4.12 or later.
  • 5/3
    • SPEC-1419 - Romain working on changing the signal composer to a more flexible meta-data storage model. Need Jira ticket.
    • Jonathan working on testing the low level CAN. See discussion below about creating reusable test plans.
  • 5/17
    • SPEC-1419 - Will not be available until the end of June. Romain on vacation the next three weeks.
    • SPEC-1407 - Data collection for V2C use cases. Most likely a demo for AMM and targeted for Grumpy Guppy.
    • Jonathan continuing with test plans and procedures for low-level CAN. (Need Jira)
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 4/19 - Matt R. posted patches to rework the Bluetooth settings app
    • 5/4 - Matt R. still hammering away it. A bunch of patches were merged.
    • 5/17 - Matt R. back ports to eel have been submitted. Testing these because it looks like there have been some regressions on eel. Not sure if this is related to the backports or something else.
      • Asynchronous disconnect and reconnect of Bluetooth devices is not being handled correctly by the binding. Matt P. working on fixes for that.
  • Telephony Updates
    • PBAP and Contact app in progress.
    • 4/5
      • SPEC-1382 - PBAB and Contact App - Binding ready. Integration in progress.
    • 4/19
      • SPEC-1382 - Rewrite of the phone app to include tabs for phone book, missed call lists, etc. in progress. May need some more art work from LF designer.
    • 5/3
      • SPEC-1382 - In sandbox and testing. Matt adding some error handling before pushing to master.
    • 5/17
      • SPEC-1382 - Matt working through the subtasks listed in the ticket. Coming together for FF RC1.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
    • On-hold
  • General network connectivity above connman to manage connectivity including bridging, tethering, network QOS and switching
    • SPEC-1274 - In progress
    • 4/5 - Pantellis still working. Initial prototype should be ready in the next two weeks.
    • 4/19 - Still working on binder and a command line test app. Should be feature complete in next week or so and ready for review.
    • 5/3 - Sandbox is functionally complete and Pantellis has started integrating with libqtappfw. Should push sandbox to master so we can more widely review and test it. Will add issues as subtasks for the continuing work.
    • 5/17 - Still in-flight. Pantellis is somewhat blocked by Matt's work. Looks like RC2.
  • User profiles to allow authorized users to configure Wifi and BT
  • Support for additional wifi dongles and modes. Currently station mode only.
  • For 2018 - evaluate usage of connman versus network manager/modem manager for long-term especially for 4G and complex use cases.
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the code incorporated into kernel.
  • Discussed test methodology and packaging for CIAT tests. Schedule a separate a call to discuss with IoT.bzh and Konsulko. Tentatively May 15 after the dev call. Scott, Matt, Matt, Sebastien, Jose, Jonathan should be invited.
  • Kusakabe-san is working to replace the Mocca box with a small LIN transceiver but having some problem with the HVAC hardware.
    • 5/17 - Michael working on a replacement to the HVAC firmware. Should be finished next week. Soya is working with Kusakabe in Japan to get this working.

New Business:

May 3, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Romain, Michael, Matt, Sebastien, Jonathan

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 3/22
    • SPEC-1339 - Jonathan working on stabilization of low level CAN binding - merged in gerrit
    • SPEC-1347 - Adding “EngineOn” to low level CAN binding
    • New binding in progress to store metrics on vehicle bus. Could be used for supervision, remote diagnostics or black box use cases.
    • SPEC-1344 - Check with Jan-Simon
  • 4/5
    • SPEC-1344 - Done
    • SPEC-1347 - Jonathan almost finished.
    • SPEC-1381 - Next up for Jonathan - Adding vehicle message dictionaries to low-level CAN
    • Test cases - Start with CAN low-level services.
  • 4/19
    • Discussions with Oliver Hartkopp went well last week in Karlsruhe.
    • Jonathan still chugging along.
    • Romain - add namespace usage based on discussion with Oliver probably after FF. Requires kernel 4.12 or later.
  • 5/3
    • SPEC-1419 - Romain working on changing the signal composer to a more flexible meta-data storage model. Need Jira ticket.
    • Jonathan working on testing the low level CAN. See discussion below about creating reusable test plans.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 4/19 - Matt R. posted patches to rework the Bluetooth settings app
    • 5/4 - Matt R. still hammering away it. A bunch of patches were merged.
  • Telephony Updates
    • PBAP and Contact app in progress.
    • 4/5
      • SPEC-1382 - PBAB and Contact App - Binding ready. Integration in progress.
    • 4/19
      • SPEC-1382 - Rewrite of the phone app to include tabs for phone book, missed call lists, etc. in progress. May need some more art work from LF designer.
    • 5/3
      • SPEC-1382 - In sandbox and testing. Matt adding some error handling before pushing to master.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
  • General network connectivity above connman to manage connectivity including bridging, tethering, network QOS and switching
    • SPEC-1274 - In progress
    • 4/5 - Pantellis still working. Initial prototype should be ready in the next two weeks.
    • 4/19 - Still working on binder and a command line test app. Should be feature complete in next week or so and ready for review.
    • 5/3 - Sandbox is functionally complete and Pantellis has started integrating with libqtappfw. Should push sandbox to master so we can more widely review and test it. Will add issues as subtasks for the continuing work.
  • User profiles to allow authorized users to configure Wifi and BT
  • Support for additional wifi dongles and modes. Currently station mode only.
  • For 2018 - evaluate usage of connman versus network manager/modem manager for long-term especially for 4G and complex use cases.
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the

New Business:

  • Discussed test methodology and packaging for CIAT tests. Schedule a separate a call to discuss with IoT.bzh and Konsulko. Tentatively May 15 after the dev call. Scott, Matt, Matt, Sebastien, Jose, Jonathan should be invited.
  • Kusakabe-san is working to replace the Mocca box with a small LIN transceiver but having some problem with the HVAC hardware. Michael trying to help Kusakabe out, but cannot get in touch with him due to Golden Week in Japan.

April 19, 2018

Attendees:Walt, Jan-Simon, Sebastien, Jonathan, Romain, Michael

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 3/22
    • SPEC-1339 - Jonathan working on stabilization of low level CAN binding - merged in gerrit
    • SPEC-1347 - Adding “EngineOn” to low level CAN binding
    • New binding in progress to store metrics on vehicle bus. Could be used for supervision, remote diagnostics or black box use cases.
    • SPEC-1344 - Check with Jan-Simon
  • 4/5
    • SPEC-1344 - Done
    • SPEC-1347 - Jonathan almost finished.
    • SPEC-1381 - Next up for Jonathan - Adding vehicle message dictionaries to low-level CAN
    • Test cases - Start with CAN low-level services.
  • 4/19
    • Discussions with Oliver Hartkopp went well last week in Karlsruhe.
    • Jonathan still chugging along.
    • Romain - add namespace usage based on discussion with Oliver probably after FF. Requires kernel 4.12 or later.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
    • 4/19 - Matt R. posted patches to rework the Bluetooth settings app
  • Telephony Updates
    • PBAP and Contact app in progress.
    • 4/5
      • SPEC-1382 - PBAB and Contact App - Binding ready. Integration in progress.
    • 4/19
      • SPEC-1382 - Rewrite of the phone app to include tabs for phone book, missed call lists, etc. in progress. May need some more art work from LF designer.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
  • General network connectivity above connman to manage connectivity including bridging, tethering, network QOS and switching
    • SPEC-1274 - In progress
    • 4/5 - Pantellis still working. Initial prototype should be ready in the next two weeks.
    • 4/19 - Still working on binder and a command line test app. Should be feature complete in next week or so and ready for review.
  • User profiles to allow authorized users to configure Wifi and BT
  • Support for additional wifi dongles and modes. Currently station mode only.
  • For 2018 - evaluate usage of connman versus network manager/modem manager for long-term especially for 4G and complex use cases.
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the

New:

Code reviewers for EG: Matt, Romain, Kusakabe, Scott, Jonathan

April 5, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Sebastien, Romain, Dennis, Stephane, Jonathan, Matt, Michael

  • Vehicle Signaling
  • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
  • Run-time creation of virtual messages has been added to master
  • 3/22
    • SPEC-1339 - Jonathan working on stabilization of low level CAN binding - merged in gerrit
    • SPEC-1347 - Adding “EngineOn” to low level CAN binding
    • New binding in progress to store metrics on vehicle bus. Could be used for supervision, remote diagnostics or black box use cases.
    • SPEC-1344 - Check with Jan-Simon
  • 4/5
    • SPEC-1344 - Done
    • SPEC-1347 - Jonathan almost finished.
    • SPEC-1381 - Next up for Jonathan - Adding vehicle message dictionaries to low-level CAN
    • Test cases - Start with CAN low-level services.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
  • Telephony Updates
    • PBAP and Contact app in progress.
    • 4/5
      • SPEC-1382 - PBAB and Contact App - Binding ready. Integration in progress.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
  • General network connectivity above connman to manage connectivity including bridging, tethering, network QOS and switching
    • SPEC-1274 - In progress
    • 4/5 - Pantellis still working. Initial prototype should be ready in the next two weeks.
  • User profiles to allow authorized users to configure Wifi and BT
  • Support for additional wifi dongles and modes. Currently station mode only.
  • For 2018 - evaluate usage of connman versus network manager/modem manager for long-term especially for 4G and complex use cases.
  • SafeRide Proposal - Oshri was emailing Oliver H. about getting the

New:

Code reviewers for EG: Matt, Romain, Kusakabe, Scott, Stephane

March 22, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Romain, Jonathan, Matt

  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • Dependent on network connectivity update below.
  • Telephony Updates
    • PBAP and Contact app in progress. Matt to create Jira ticket.
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
  • General network connectivity above connman to manage connectivity including bridging, tethering, network QOS and switching
    • SPEC-1274 - In progress
  • User profiles to allow authorized users to configure Wifi and BT
  • Support for additional wifi dongles and modes. Currently station mode only.
  • For 2018 - evaluate usage of connman versus network manager/modem manager for long-term especially for 4G and complex use cases.
  • SafeRide Proposal

New:

March 8, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Michael, Sebastien, Romain, Jonathan

  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
  • Telephony Updates
  • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
  • General network connectivity above connman to manage connectivity including bridging, tethering, network QOS and switching
    • User profiles to allow authorized users to configure Wifi and BT
    • Support for additional wifi dongles and modes. Currently station mode only.
    • For 2018 - evaluate usage of connman versus network manager/modem manager for long-term especially for 4G and complex use cases.

New:

  • SafeRide Proposal

January 25, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Sebastien, Stephane, Michael, Christian

  • CES Demo
    • Kingfisher Advanced board proposed to be used. Late October deliver expected from Shimafuji. IoT.bzh will start looking at their board to verify the in BSP and connectivity to the external modules.
    • 11/2 - Kingfisher boards arrived in Yokohama. BSP in progress at IoT.bzh, but they are having issues because Cogent did a “proof of concept” BSP that is a fork of an older Renesas BSP and there is no easy way to port if to the current upstream Renesas BSP.
    • 11/16 - Ongoing work in Yokohama
    • 11/30 - BSP being sorted out. Kingfisher being merged to master in meta-renesas-rcar-gen3 but there are a quite a few (60+) patches to be merged. Konsulko does not have the board, except for Scott. Backup plan to use ULCB with a bunch of USB dongles would still be a problem with BT audio for telephony.
  • Vehicle Signaling
    • High Level ViWi Service available on github (https://github.com/iotbzh/high-level-viwi-service)
    • 11/2 - Work delayed because Romain was pulled into Window Manager effort. Concern that there is not a set of reference CAN messages or an reference app to make available as part of the release. Walt would like to get the code into EE to encourage people to start using it and we can fix any defects as they are found.
    • 11/16 - No progress. Romain still working on Window Manager, HMI, XDG, etc effort.
    • 11/30 - Romain did some work on the signal composer. Need to create a list of features and test apps available for EE.
    • 12/14 - agl-service-signal-composer repo created. Romain pushed his code there. Need to make a recipe for RC5 to make it available for EE. Documentation will be updated on the web site as well.
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • A2DP, HFP, AVRCP included in DD with reference apps.
    • EE improvements
      • 11/2 - Matt working on fixing the new UI pushed by ALPS.
      • 11/16 - Bluez/ALSA and ofono/PulseAudio integrations needs to be completed for EE.
      • 11/30 - Bluetooth audio for telephony is an issue on Renesas Gen3. TI with BT dongle on Eel works for old audio manager, but NOT 4a. Neither case works for Gen3.
      • 12/14 - See SPEC-1175 for details on KF board.
  • Telephony Updates
    • Initial implementation in DD with reference phone app.
    • EE improvements
      • Move to a standalone service binding
      • Build out feature set for telephony (multipart call, phone book, reliability)
    • Update 10.8.:
      • Update to v2 and aligning verbs used between bindings.
      • Work on moving to a standalone binding.
      • Looking into phone book profile
    • Update 8/24
      • Telephone binding now standalone.
      • Working on verb syntax for bindings. Will discuss at the F2F in Yokohama next week.
      • Phone book and contact database investigations ongoing. Matt P. looking at best practices in other spaces (Android, etc.)
    • 9/7 - No update
    • 9/20 - Looking at regressions introduced in the pyro update to master.
    • 10/5 - Matt looking at asynchronous events to the telephone QML app. Having issues with the SCO voice connection for HFP so Matt is working with Vayu rather ULCB.
    • 11/2 - Everything is in except the cleanup to make it standalone. Asynchronous event handing code is in progress. Talked about whether/ how to make it generic in such a way to make it work with GUI toolkits other than Qt, but that is a much bigger job.
    • 11/16 - Work completed on asynchronous event handling for telephony.
    • 12/14 - SCO issues with KF persist. See SPEC-1175 for any updates.
  • Roadmap items
    • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
      • 10/5 - Will have binding for EE available. Still working on the exact solution whether it is user space (lib-nfc) or kernel driver (neard). Problems with getting data from “random” chips since there a multitude of different RFID solutions out there. Should be ok for the demo case where we use known chips.
      • 11/1 - First version released (https://github.com/iotbzh/nfc-binding) See the github page for a list of tags that have been tested. There have been issues with the ARC122U readers.
      • 11/16 - No update
      • 11/30 - Stephane will push the latest binding to gerrit. Need to get the working reader and tags to Yokohama that will be shipped to Las Vegas. IoT.bzh will provide them.
      • 12/14 - meta-nfc and other repos were created today. Work is progressing in Yokohama and France.
  • V2X Connectivity
    • V2C EG proposed at San Jose F2F. In progress of forming that now.
    • 10/5 - Want to kick off in Dresden.
  • Bluetooth profiles -
    • Phone book/contacts
      • 10/5 - See above.
      • 11/1 - On hold.
      • 11/30 - On hold.
      • 12/14 - On hold
  • General network connectivity above connman to manage connectivity including bridging, tethering, network QOS and switching
    • User profiles to allow authorized users to configure Wifi and BT
    • Support for additional wifi dongles and modes. Currently station mode only.
    • For 2018 - evaluate usage of connman versus network manager/modem manager for long-term especially for 4G and complex use cases.
  • Look at open car for Honda bus information to pull together a steering wheel demo.

New:

February 8, 2018

Attendees: Walt, Jan-Simon, Sebastien, Stephane, Michael, Christian, Romain,

  • Vehicle Signaling
    • 2/8 - Romain and Jonathan investigating adding J1939 to CAN protocol. Demo of the signal composer binding is being planned to be shown later in the year (Apr/Jun).
  • Bluetooth and Wifi Updates
    • A2DP, HFP, AVRCP included in DD with reference apps.
    • EE improvements
      • 11/2 - Matt working on fixing the new UI pushed by ALPS.
      • 11/16 - Bluez/ALSA and ofono/PulseAudio integrations needs to be completed for EE.
      • 11/30 - Bluetooth audio for telephony is an issue on Renesas Gen3. TI with BT dongle on Eel works for old audio manager, but NOT 4a. Neither case works for Gen3.
      • 12/14 - See SPEC-1175 for details on KF board.
      • 2/8 - No update
  • Telephony Updates
    • 2/8 - Ronan working on getting Bluetooth/ Pulseaudio working with 4a.
  • Roadmap items
    • NFC - Use of NFC for user identification.
      • 2/8 - Will reevaluate support NFC support after rocko update is complete to see if the kernel updates bring better support with it. NFC binder support will move to Konsulko.
  • V2X Connectivity
    • V2C EG proposed at San Jose F2F. In progress of forming that now.
    • 10/5 - Want to kick off in Dresden.
  • Bluetooth profiles -
    • Phone book/contacts
      • 2/8 - Matt now debugging PBAP binding.
  • General network connectivity above connman to manage connectivity including bridging, tethering, network QOS and switching
    • User profiles to allow authorized users to configure Wifi and BT
    • Support for additional wifi dongles and modes. Currently station mode only.
    • For 2018 - evaluate usage of connman versus network manager/modem manager for long-term especially for 4G and complex use cases.
    • 2/8 - Assigned to Konsulko

New:

January 11, 2018

Attendees: Upcoming Meeting Cancel due to CES.

Pre-2018 Meeting minutes

Minutes from meetings prior to 2018 have been archived here.

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