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Bertrand Boisseau

Bertrand Boisseau

25 posts

Introducing Bertrand Boisseau, the Automotive Sector Lead at Canonical. Bertrand has a strong background in engineering and is passionate about innovation, consumer electronics, cloud computing, connectivity, and high-tech. With over 10 years of experience in the connected car industry, Bertrand is a seasoned expert in his field. At Canonical, Bertrand is responsible for driving the open source portfolio towards the automotive industry. His focus is on creating cutting-edge solutions that help companies in the automotive sector stay ahead of the curve. If you’re looking to learn more about the latest trends in software-defined vehicles, Bertrand is the expert you can trust!


Bertrand Boisseau
5 April 2024

Canonical joins ELISA

Automotive Article

Advancing safety-critical Linux Canonical is proud to announce it is joining the ELISA (Enabling Linux in Safety Applications) project. By joining ELISA, Canonical will work side-by-side with other industry leaders to make Linux a trusted and dependable option for safety-critical environments. ELISA for Linux in safety-critical systems EL ...


Bertrand Boisseau
29 March 2024

AI and automotive: navigating the roads of tomorrow

Automotive Article

I had the pleasure to be invited by Canonical’s AI/ML Product Manager, Andreea Munteanu, to one of the recent episodes of the Canonical AI/ML podcast. As an enthusiast of automotive and technology with a background in software, I was very eager to share my insights into the influence of artificial intelligence (AI) in the automotive ...


Bertrand Boisseau
8 March 2024

Simplifying software-defined vehicles (SDVs) with EB corbos Linux – built on Ubuntu

Automotive Article

Carmakers are facing numerous challenges on the path towards software-defined vehicles (SDVs), such as legacy vendor dependence, which is leading to a lack of scalability, and high maintenance costs. ...


Bertrand Boisseau
7 February 2024

Driving towards Environmental Parity and Software-Defined Vehicles with EB corbos Linux – built on Ubuntu

Automotive Article

As the automotive industry continues to advance into the world of high-performance computing (HPC), it becomes increasingly crucial to achieve environmental parity for seamless software integration. ...


Bertrand Boisseau
31 January 2024

Driving into 2024 – The automotive trends to look out for in the year ahead

Automotive Article

With multiple technological innovations all converging at the same time, we are living in an exciting era for the automotive industry. From AI to 5G, and plenty in between, we can expect to see a host of groundbreaking trends emerge this year. As electric vehicles (EVs) completely disrupt the market and the OEMs’ business strategies, ...


Bertrand Boisseau
4 January 2024

Automotive at CES 2024: What to expect

Automotive Article

As the automotive industry continues to evolve, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has cemented its position as the premier event for unveiling the latest technological advancements. With each passing year, CES becomes an even more integral platform for showcasing groundbreaking innovations.  In anticipation of CES 2024, automotive enthu ...


Bertrand Boisseau
16 November 2023

Implementing edge computing for V2X use cases in automotive

Automotive Article

Vehicles are becoming more and more like mobile data centres. On average, a modern vehicle contains over 60 sensors that monitor various aspects of the vehicle, generating an immense amount of data that is processed on the go. This transformation is creating an unprecedented set of challenges for OEMs. Edge computing is a new paradigm ...


Bertrand Boisseau
30 October 2023

How environmental parity accelerates automotive software development

Automotive Article

A lot of people, like myself, believe automotive is the most innovative sector today, especially when it comes to software. We are living a critical moment in automotive, where evolution is being pushed onto the market. This rapid software shift is posing challenges that are complicating developers’ progress. Most of these challenges are ...


Bertrand Boisseau
26 October 2023

Implementing FOTA updates for vehicles using a Dedicated Snap Store

Automotive Article

If you’ve been following my previous blog posts, you already know that the automotive industry is changing faster than ever. Updating software and firmware in vehicles is one area that’s particularly challenging and in flux.  Firmware Over-the-Air (FOTA) updates can be quite a puzzle when it comes to updating entire vehicle fleets. That’s ...


Bertrand Boisseau
18 September 2023

Fast SDV prototyping in automotive with real-time kernel

Automotive Article

How you can use real-time computing to prototype software defined vehicles in the cloud ...


Bertrand Boisseau
12 July 2023

How to choose an OS for software development in automotive

Automotive Article

Why companies in automotive prefer Ubuntu Automotive as an industry is constantly looking for ways to improve its processes and efficiency. The one common tool that is at the intersection of all software development activities is the operating system (OS). From advanced simulation tools to new vehicle designs, the OS has to be reliable an ...


Bertrand Boisseau
30 June 2023

EV charging infrastructure: overcome the challenges with open source

Automotive Article

Range anxiety refers to the fear of running out of battery while driving. Of course, with more range or more charging stations, range anxiety decreases. Unfortunately, most countries lack EV charging infrastructure that meets consumer expectations. ...


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