Italy's competition regulator, the Competition and Market Authority (AGCM), has fined Google €102 million for excluding Enel’s e-mobility app, JuicePass, from its Android system, arguing that the company has leveraged its dominant market position unfairly.
Chinese electric carmaker WM Motor has selected BlackBerry QNX to power its advanced W6 SUV model, using the QNX Neutrino Realtime Operating System (RTOS), QNX Software Development Platform (SDP 7.0), and QNX Hypervisor.
PathPartner Technology will offer BlackBerry QNX software services & solutions to its broad embedded customer base in the automotive industry. As a part of the BlackBerry QNX ecosystem, PathPartner will offer software development and integration services around QNX OS for Digital Cockpit, ADAS and AD functions.
At 2021 Auto Shanghai, Huawei officially introduced the company's first electric vehicle—specifically, an extended-range EV— the Huawei SERES SF5. While this isn’t exactly a Huawei-built car—it’s built by Chinese automaker Seres—it’s still powered mostly by Huawei’s tech.
Hyperbat, one of the UK’s largest independent vehicle battery manufacturers based in Coventry, is using the latest 5G enabled technology to significantly speed up the manufacturing process for hybrid and electric vehicle production in the UK.
SAIC Motor Corp has launched a digital platform that intends to function like Google's Android system for smart mobile phone makers and users.
Volvo Cars will use NVIDIA DRIVE Orin to power the autonomous driving computer in its next-generation cars, deepening the companies’ collaboration to even more software-defined model line-ups, beginning with the next-generation XC90, set to debut next year.
Volvo has opted for BlackBerry QNX as the “foundational software for [Volvo’s] main domain controller engine control units.” It will be used on “more than 300,000 heavy vehicles” manufactured by Volvo, a unit of China's Geely.
VI-grade has partnered with BlackBerry QNX to enable real-time active sound design for the entire vehicle soundscape by integrating QNX’s Active Sound Design software (QNX ASD) with VI-grade’s NVH Simulator.
Swedish automaker Scania AB has announced they will be using BlackBerry QNX on their trucks and buses. The company says the change is designed to provide an OS and hypervisor for its high performance computing platforms