How 'headless Android' is revolutionizing embedded systems development

By providing a familiar development platform to thousands, 'headless Android' deployments are revolutionizing embedded systems development.

What is a "headless Android" and how is it revolutionizing embedded systems development? These are the questions TheServerSide asked Karim Yaghmour (@karimyaghmour), author of Bulding Embedded Linux Systems and an expert on the emerging trend of making Android the platform of choice in the embedded space. We spoke to him about the future of Linux, Android and the proliferation of embedded devices.


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