Using Open Source in Automotive [Study by BearingPoint]

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Results from a first of its kind European automotive study by BearingPoint (sponsored by Black Duck), reveals broad use of free and open source software (FOSS) in the automotive industry.

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Using Open Source in Automotive [Study by BearingPoint]

  1. 1. SPONSORED BY FOSS Management Study: Use of Open Source in Automotive 5% − Other 10% − Higher quality 10% − Developer request 15% − Better features 20% − Non-permitted incident 25% − Customer request 30% − No alternative 45% − Avoid dependency 45% − Easy customization 55% − Cheaper 60% − Focus resources Why are you using open source components in your products? Why are you contributing to open source projects? 57.1% Create Standard 42.9% Knowledge sharing 28.6% Create viable alternative 28.6% Avoid local diverging version 14.3% Customer request Do you have a policy or documented process in place for: Starting a FOSS project2.9% Leading FOSS projects5.9% Contributing to FOSS projects8.8% Auditing suppliers11.8% Selecting FOSS components14.7% 17.6% Deploying FOSS components Screening supplier components20.6% Selecting third-party components52.9% Managing requirements70.6% Developing software 88.2% %% % x % How do you ensure compliance with the defined process? Random project audits Automation & control tools Process workflow engines No check Other 11.8% 2.9%26.5%38.2%64.7% Bug tracking 94.1% Software configuration management 91.2% Requirements management 67.6% Open source compliance management 2.9% Which tools are you using in software development? 85%Use FOSS 2.9%Have Open Source compliance tools 2.9%Have Open Source compliance tools X-ING © 2012 Black Duck® and the Black Duck logo are registered trademarks of Black Duck Software, Inc. in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. All Rights Reserved. © 2012 BearingPoint GmbH

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