ELISA Project Welcomes Codethink, Horizon Robotics, Huawei Technologies, NVIDIA and Red Hat to its Global Ecosystem

SAN FRANCISCO April 19 2020 Today the ELISA Enabling Linux in Safety Applications Project an open source initiative that aims to create a shared set of tools and processes to help companies build and certify Linux-based safety-critical applications and systems announced that Codethink Horizon Robotics Huawei Technologies NVIDIA and Red Hat has joined its global ecosystem.

Linux is used in safety-critical applications with all major industries because it can enable faster time to market for new features and take advantage of the quality of the code development processes which decreases the issues that could result in loss of human life significant property damage or environmental damage.Launched in February 2019 by the Linux Foundation ELISA will work with certification authorities and standardization bodies across industries to document how Linux can be used in safety-critical systems.

Open source software has become a significant part of the technology strategy to accelerate innovation for companies worldwide said Kate Stewart Vice President of Dependable Embedded Systems at The Linux Foundation. We want to reduce the barriers to be able to use Linux in safety-critical applications and welcome the collaboration of new members to help build specific use cases for automotive medical and industrial sectors.


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