Open-source Android 10 on Orange Pi: myth or reality? GlobalLogic invites everyone interested to find out the answer online at the webinar on April 15 (Wednesday) at 15:00 CET (16:00 EEST, Kyiv time). Our practical experts will share their expertise and results of porting the trendy Android 10 to Orange Pi board as well as demonstrate its possible DIY applications such as the ultra-popular Android TV box.
Please be sure to register in advance: bit.ly/webinar4_info
The event is intended for Embedded Linux and Android engineers of the Middle+ level.
Time: 15:00 CET (16:00 EEST)
You will receive the event details and joining link soon after your registration.
More about the webinar: bit.ly/webinar4_info
Aleksandr will share with the attendees the results of porting the innovative Android 10 OS to a reasonably priced Orange Pi platform. The project team has made it open-source and thus available to each self-driven Embedded engineer — based on AOSP projects and upstream Linux kernel.
● Aleksandr Bulyshchenko (Consultant, Engineering, GlobalLogic, Ukraine, Kharkiv). Aleksandr is a software engineer with 10+ years’ experience in RT and Linux Embedded systems. For the last few years, he has been focused on porting Android and Linux BSPs to automotive hardware platforms. Also, Aleksandr is a leading lecturer at Linux Kernel and Android Systems seminars in GlobalLogic Kharkiv.
● Maksym Prymierov (Junior Software Engineer, Engineering, Consultant, GlobalLogic, Ukraine, Kharkiv). Maksym develops Android BSP for one of Tier 1 automotive suppliers. At the webinar, Maksym will make a live demo running Android 10 and a variety of its applications on Orange Pi.