BlackBerry and L-SPARK held a Virtual Demo Day to showcase the success of the five companies to take part in the second phase of the company’s joint start-up incubator program. The Blackberry/L-Spark Accelerator Virtual Demo Day was created to support building an ecosystem around the Blackberry QNX platform, particularly the automotive markets where this software is deployed.
StradVision will utilise BlackBerry's QNX Software Development Platform within a number of next generation Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Autonomous Vehicles (AV) from South Korean automakers.
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.
Electric vehicle (EV) startup Canoo's advanced driver-assistance system for the company's membership-based semi-autonomous EVs will be powered by the BlackBerry QNX, including radar sensors, parking sensors and cameras.
BlackBerry said today that its QNX software is now embedded in more than 175 million cars on the road today. This is an increase of 25 million cars since the company last reported its automotive footprint in June 2019.
BlackBerry has launched QNX Black Channel Communications Technology, a new software solution that OEMs and embedded software developers can use to ensure safe data communication exchanges within their safety-critical systems.
ANSYS and BlackBerry are teaming up to support BlackBerry QNX's real-time operating system (RTOS) for connected and autonomous vehicles.
BlackBerry today unveiled a customizable concept solution that OEMs and fleet managers can use for vehicle health and security use cases to 'future-proof' their vehicles, accelerating development timelines and reducing the cost of moving projects from research to production and onto roads.
BlackBerry QNX is teaming up with Amazon Web Services to demo a connected vehicle platform that combines BlackBerry's QNX with AWS IoT services.
Back in December of last year, BlackBerry QNX announced that they will be at CES 2020, where they will be unveiling automotive technologies built on BlackBerry QNX software. This included the fact that that Damon’s next generation Hypersport motorcycle will be on show in the #FutureOfMotorcycling Interactive Experience.
BlackBerry's presence at this year's CES conference will centre on AI-driven security innovations, and the role disruptive technologies play in the evolution of smart auto and transportation.