BlackBerry and MARELLI Electronics China today announced a strategic collaboration to integrate QNX Platform for Digital Cockpits in MARELLI's Electronics eCockpit and Digital Cluster solution. The integrated solution is expected to be commercialised by a wide range of MARELLI's Chinese OEM customers.
Chinese electric car maker WM Motor is to embed BlackBerry's QNX Neutrino Realtime Operating System (RTOS) and other BlackBerry QNX software products within the company's third-generation SUVs.
BlackBerry's QNX Hypervisor 2.0 for Safety has been recognised as ISO 26262 ASIL D compliant by the independent auditors at TÜV Rheinland, making it the world's first ASIL D safety-certified commercial hypervisor.
BlackBerry and electric vehicle company Arrival announced today that Arrival's intelligent, autonomous-ready commercial vehicles will be powered by BlackBerry QNX technology.
ETAS and BlackBerry QNX announced today the companies will cooperate to jointly develop and market a safety-critical platform for use in next generation connected and autonomous vehicles.
BlackBerry and L-SPARK today announced a second phase of their joint accelerator program, which aims to accelerate Canadian technology startups that are focused on vehicle connected services and cloud connectivity to the vehicle.
BlackBerry and DENSO developed the world's first integrated HMI (Human Machine Interface) platform back in 2017 and both companies today announced the first integrated HMI digital cockpit system with BlackBerry QNX technology has shipped in the first vehicles by SUBARU.
BlackBerry today launched the BlackBerry QNX Acoustics Management Platform (AMP) 3.0, the latest version of its automotive acoustics software. With AMP 3.0 automakers can design and manage the total acoustic experience in their cars – saving costs and shortening time-to-production, while delivering new features and high sound quality.
BlackBerry and Jaguar Land Rover will work together to develop new autonomous vehicles using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies.
To advance the deployment of its connected and autonomous vehicle technology, BlackBerry is expanding its partnership with LG. Under the new agreement, LG will use BlackBerry QNX software and services to build digital consolidated cockpits, including infotainment systems, digital instrument clusters, and telematics systems for multiple OEMs.
BlackBerry are due to report Fiscal Year 2020 Q1 results Wednesday, and the company today announced that its QNX software is now embedded in more than 150 million cars on the road today.