Automotive Grade Linux
Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) is a collaborative open source project that brings together automakers, suppliers, and technology companies to build a Linux-based, open software platform for automotive applications that can serve as the de facto industry standard. Adopting a shared platform across the industry reduces fragmentation and allows automakers and suppliers to reuse the same codebase, which can lead to rapid innovation and faster time-to-market for new products. AGL is a project of the Linux Foundation.
Although initially focused on infotainment, AGL is the only organization that plans to address all software in the vehicle, including infotainment, instrument cluster, head-up display (HUD), telematics/connected car, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), functional safety, and autonomous driving.
AGL members include the world’s leading car manufacturers and suppliers that support the development of open source software solutions for automotive applications. AGL is an open community of developers, automotive companies, operating system vendors, semiconductor vendors, academics, and system integrators who collaborate to enable the next generation of in-vehicle software systems.