Adopt open source securely
Canonical is shaping the future of the automotive industry with open source technology and strong partnerships with leading companies in the sector.
We ensure that our products meet your strict requirements in safety, security and maintenance. Our goal is to enable you to focus on innovation and differentiation.
Protect against cyberattacks
All of our products benefit from robust protection against cyberattacks by providing over-the-air CVE patches and state-of -the-art encryption.
Maintenance and reliability
With a track record of use in public clouds, our products are trusted by companies that require minimal downtime and seamless updates.
Uphold the strictest safety standards
We are actively working on functional safety compliance based on the ISO26262 standard's strict requirements.
Dive deep into the latest trends shaping the automotive sector. From electric vehicles and connectivity to data security and mobility services, gain insights and actionable strategies to propel your company towards success.
Explore solutions to SDV challenges such as increased cybersecurity risks, software fragmentation and costs. Learn how open source technologies can streamline operations, cut costs, enhance platforms and strengthen cybersecurity without sacrificing innovation.
Get ready for a shift in vehicle ownership patterns, fuelled by digital natives who seek convenient and eco-friendly ways to travel. Find alternatives to traditional car ownership, unlock fresh revenue streams, and monetise advanced technology offerings for connected vehicles.
Security and real-time Linux
in a shifting automotive world
Watch the webinar about the best practices, emerging threats and innovative technologies that can be used to secure your future in-vehicle ECUs.
Learn how IT solutions and technologies can help bridge the gap between the traditional automotive industry approaches and the best software practices.
From our blog
Canonical is proud to join the Eclipse Foundation's Software Defined Vehicle working group.
Canonical is part of the Scalable Open Architecture for Embedded Edge (SOAFEE) Special Interest Group, which contributes to the development of a safe, secure and software-defined automotive future.
Canonical and EB are thrilled to reveal EB corbos Linux – built on Ubuntu, a solution that is tailored specifically for demanding automotive applications.
In the media
Processing power requirements will require a seismic shift in the way OEMs work, writes Bertrand Boisseau.
Automakers need the flexibility and scalability that open-source collaboration is famous for to develop the software-defined cars of today and the future.
The importance of 5G for internet infrastructure is widely recognised, but the effects of the pandemic have hindered progress in this area. What's in store for the future?