Sebastian Schildt is currently working on Vehicle Computer Software Architectures and modern software-defined automotive networks at the Corporate Research and Advance Engineering division at Robert Bosch GmbH. In the last years he has been promoting and contributing to OSS software and open standards for automotive use cases. He received his diploma degree in engineering-informatics in 2006 from the University Luneburg and his master’s degree in computer science in 2009 from the Leibniz University Hannover. In 2015 he received his Ph.D. degree for his work on Delay Tolerant Networks from TU Braunschweig. Currently he is engaged in the Genivi/W3C joint effort on Common Vehicle Interfaces (CVII).