Autonomous driving computing chip maker Black Sesame Technologies (Black Sesame) has selected BlackBerry QNX to power its latest chipset developed for autonomous driving.
BlackBerry and BMW Group have entered into a multi-year agreement to collaborate and develop technology for the automotive manufacturer’s next-generation vehicles
BlackBerry and L-SPARK have launched the third phase of their joint accelerator program, which aims to accelerate Canadian technology start-ups that are focused on vehicle connected services and cloud connectivity to the vehicle.
BlackBerry QNX is to power the Cockpit Domain Controller For Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) XUV700 SUV. The deployment marks a significant Indian automotive market expansion for BlackBerry.
Visteon Corporation and BlackBerry are expanding their collaborative work to accelerate the deployment of digital cockpit solutions for automakers and suppliers around the world.
BlackBerry and Nobo Technologies have announced that the advanced digital cockpit controller platform developed by Nobo built on the BlackBerry QNX Neutrino Realtime Operating System (RTOS) and QNX Hypervisor has now entered mass production.
A security flaw in BlackBerry QNX software could put cars and medical equipment at risk and expose highly sensitive systems to attackers, the US drugs regulator and a federal agency said today.
BlackBerry has issued a public advisory identifying an integer overflow issue with multiple Real Time Operating Systems from multiple vendors.
BlackBerry's QNX OS for Safety will be deployed in sTraffic's Communications-based Train Control System (CBTC). sTraffic is South Korea's leading fit-for-purpose, solution developer for transportation infrastructure systems.
Frost & Sullivan has named BlackBerry IVY an industry leading edge-to-cloud software platform for automakers and smart cities. In the published report, Frost & Sullivan conclude that BlackBerry is revolutionizing the connected-autonomous ecosystem with BlackBerry IVY.