Cruise and General Motors have entered a long-term strategic relationship with Microsoft (MSFT) to accelerate the commercialization of self-driving vehicles. The companies say that they will will bring together their software and hardware engineering excellence, cloud computing capabilities, manufacturing know-how and partner ecosystem to transform transportation to create a safer, cleaner and more accessible world for everyone.
Huawei has unveiled its first LiDAR designed for use in automotive self-driving systems at the T10 ICV CTO summit held by China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM).
Self-driving truck company Plus, has selected BlackBerry QNX for the global commercial deployment of the company's automated driving system for Class 8 trucks.
Vodafone's 5G mobile private network is to accelerate development and testing of autonomous vehicles at HORIBA MIRA’s Nuneaton headquarters in the Midlands.
Vodafone UK has teamed up with autonomous vehicle consortium, Midlands Future Mobility, to deploy 5G on key test routes in the West Midlands. Over 300 miles of West Midlands’ roads are set to trial connected and automated vehicles, making UK roads safer and allowing for more predictable goods delivery and journey times.
The first commercial laboratory for 5G and satellite communications in the UK has been launched as part of Project Darwin, a four-year trial programme supported by O2 and the European Space Agency and based in the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus in Oxfordshire.
BlackBerry has announced the IPU-03, an autonomous driving domain controller developed in conjunction with Desay SV Automotive, has been officially mass produced in the Xpeng P7, a super-long range, high-performance and fast-charging intelligent EV sports sedan from Xpeng Motors, one of China's leading electric vehicle and technology companies.
O2 has completed a project funded by Innovate UK, the UK Government-funded innovation agency, and the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV) to support the development of cybersecurity testing capabilities.
Ryan Permeh is the Chief Security Architect and Senior Vice President at BlackBerry. He works within the office of the CTO to define technology strategy and architecture that will integrate technology across BlackBerry and focus it towards reducing customer risk.
AutonomouStuff, which develops a test platform for companies looking to develop apps for self-driving vehicles, is to setup a research facility at Ottawa L5 test track.
ANSYS and BlackBerry are teaming up to support BlackBerry QNX's real-time operating system (RTOS) for connected and autonomous vehicles.
Ericsson and Microsoft are teaming up to bring their connected vehicle expertise together. Ericsson is building its Connected Vehicle Cloud on top of the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform that is running on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform.