Live Webinar


Using Flutter for Embedded
featuring an Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) IVI Case Study

June 11, 2024 | 1 pm EDT

Flutter is a popular open source, cross-platform framework developed by Google. You can use Flutter to build, test and deploy beautiful user experiences on multiple platforms with a single codebase. Versatile and flexible, Flutter empowers you to create native-like applications, from mobile to embedded, more quickly and with lower development and deployment costs.

Here’s what you can expect from this webinar:

  • Explore Flutter and its architecture

  • Delve into the Flutter Embedder and Flutter’s Dart language

  • Discover how to leverage Flutter for embedded device development

  • Learn about Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) and its consortium

  • Understand the rationale behind AGL's choice of Flutter for next-gen IVI systems

And gain actionable takeaways from our featured case study Designing and Building an IVI System with Flutter. We detail from concept to completion how we successfully created an elevated user experience for the AGL’s center stack reference HMI in record time.

Don’t miss this opportunity to discover whether Flutter is right for your project. Register now!

To register, please submit the form:

About The Presenters


Justin Noel

Justin is a Senior Software Architect at Integrated Computer Solutions (ICS), with over 20 years of experience in developing and maintaining complex software systems. His strong leadership and technical skills enable him to successfully guide teams and solve challenging engineering problems. As a technical trainer for over two decades, he has taught Qt/QML, UX/UI and embedded software courses as well as presented at numerous international conferences. Justin earned his bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering Technology from Northeastern University.

Walt Miner
Automotive Grade Linux

Walt Miner is the Senior Director of Community at The Linux Foundation and has served as Community Manager for Automotive Grade Linux since 2014 with over twenty years of automotive and open source experience. Prior to joining The Linux Foundation he worked for Tier One Suppliers Motorola Telematics Communications Group and Continental before joining Monta Vista software. After spending five years managing the Systems Engineering and Software Architecture teams for Linux Java phones at Motorola Mobile Devices, Walt went to Continental and created their first open source compliance office and delivered Linux based telematics devices to OEM customers. A long time ago, in a place far far away he spent many years working for defense contractors developing electronic warfare systems.