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Embedded Linux distributions

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2022-01-13 12:00

Phase #3 of OSADL project on OPC UA PubSub over TSN successfully completed

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Open Source OPC UA PubSub over TSN project phase #3 launched

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OSADL Special Events

OSADL Special Events

SIL2LinuxMP/SIL2.3 - Workshop #9

September 4 to 6, 2018
09:00 - 17:00
Moosacher Straße 86
D-80809 Munich, Germany

Agenda - Registration

Access to the meeting

SIL2LinuxMP/SIL2.3 project participants: Full Partners, Reviewing Partners and Academic Partners as well as the consulting regulatory body TÜV Süd Rail and our certification authority TÜV Rheinland.


Registration: Please register by email to the SIL2LinuxMP mailing list.

Registration deadline: Please register for the workshop before August 24, 2018, EoB


The workshop will have a short general assembly with an introduction for new collaborators, and then will continue with a healthy mix of presentations and work in smaller working groups on the selected topics during the workshop.

Potential Topics:

  • Presentation of Progress and Project Results from April 2018 to September 2018
  • Preparation of Embedded Linux Conference Talks and ELCE Full-day Workshop Program
  • Final Moderation and Sign-off of AnnexQR Review
  • Final Review & Discussion on Safety Management Plan & Qualification Route
  • Preparation & Kick-off of further Document Reviews, e.g., HD^3 and LoPA
  • Retrospective of Overall SIL2LinuxMP Project: What went good, what went bad, Lessons Learned
  • Discussion and Refinement of Linux Foundation Elevator Pitch Content
  • Discussion of Potential Work Packages for Linux Foundation Project
  • Presentation of progress and new features of the Patch Impact Tester (PIT) by Markus Kreidl   

If you want the topics to be decided beforehand, please let us know beforehand, and we start the discussion on the mailing list. To make decisions on the agenda beforehand, we need input from the participants; otherwise, this will be decided on site at the workshop.

Workshop language

The workshop language is English.


For accommodation, here are three hotels very close to the BMW Car IT offices (about 50-100 meters):

How to reach

The workshop will take place at BMW Car IT GmbH, Moosacher Straße 86, D-80809 Munich, Germany. For directions please click here.

Here is a further pointer how to reach the workshop location by car and public transportation: Directions to BMW Car IT.