Linux, one of the most popular operating systems used by affordable hosting providers, is making its presence felt in the automotive industry. Linux is known for its exceptional services as an open source platform, and if it is high-powered enough to run web hosting servers, there’s no doubt it can generate high performance levels in computerized car systems. Who knows, one day we could end up with driverless cars, and possibly flying cars?
The Linux Foundation promotes, protects and advances Linux projects as well as supporting the works of Linux creator Linus Trovalds. One of its projects throws a hat in the car industry ring with the creation of the Automotive Grade Linux Work group (AGLW) in London.