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.
BlackBerry has launched the BlackBerry IVY Advisory Council, a new invitation-only body comprised of leading companies across the transportation and mobility industries that will help shape and advise the BlackBerry IVY development community and the vertical-specific services and automotive applications that will be brought to market using BlackBerry's Intelligent Vehicle Data Platform, BlackBerry IVY.
Independent research firm Strategy Analytics, says it has determined that BlackBerry QNX software is now embedded in over 195 million vehicles, an increase of 20 million from the year before.
BlackBerry's QNX Neutrino Realtime Operating System (RTOS), has been adopted in a new digital LCD cluster jointly developed with BiTECH Automotive (Wuhu) Co. The digital instrument cluster is being installed in Changan Automobile's new SUV, the UNI-K, which has entered mass production, providing a personalized user experience for drivers while ensuring the safety, security and reliability of the SUV's critical systems.
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.