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The Rise of Open Source Software
Odds are you're already using Open Source Software directly and indirectly. For example, most of the servers on the Internet run on Open Source web server software, Android phones run a Linux based open source software operating system, and even embedded in products you buy.
Here are some examples of where open source software is used that people might not expect:
- Automotive: Many cars now use open source software for their infotainment systems, navigation systems, and other features. For example, Tesla uses open source software for its autopilot feature.
- Aerospace: Open source software is used in a variety of aerospace applications, including aircraft design, flight control systems, and navigation systems. For example, NASA uses open source software for its Mars rovers.
- Medical: Open source software is used in a variety of medical applications, including medical imaging, patient records, and clinical decision support systems. For example, the World Health Organization (WHO) uses open source software for its malaria control program.
- Education: Open source software is used in a variety of educational applications, including learning management systems, educational games, and simulations. For example, Khan Academy uses open source software for its educational videos and exercises.
- Government: Open source software is used by governments around the world for a variety of applications, including public records, e-government services, and national security. For example, the U.S. Department of Defense uses open source software for its war games and simulations.
These are just a few examples of where open source software is used that people might not expect. Open source software is becoming increasingly popular in a wide variety of industries.