Renesas Electronics Corporation is expanding its partnership with BlackBerry to use BlackBerry’s QNX software in its development environment for its R-Car system-on-chip (SoC) devices. This integrates virtualization, functional safety and security to expand the R-Car automotive computing platform, so systems designers can create advanced cockpit systems and develop user experience. The development environment features BlackBerry’s Read More..
Byton’s first production vehicles will feature technology from BlackBerry, including the Canadian company’s QNX SDP 7.0 real-time operating system and Hypervisor 2.0 software. BlackBerry was chosen as a supplier for its ability to partition and isolate safety-critical and non-critical systems, the firm notes. Jeff Chung, VP for intelligent car experience at Byton, said in a Read More..
Blackberry’s chief security officer discusses – in an automotiveIT interview – how the auto industry needs to beef up security.
Blackberry and Baidu will work together to speed up the development of connected and autonomous vehicle technology. The two companies said they had signed a letter of intent to make Blackberry’s QNX automotive operating system the foundation for Baidu’s open platform for autonomous driving. The companies also plan to work together to let Baidu’s CarLife Read More..
The 2018 Camry will be the first Toyota vehicle to have the Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) platform underpinning its next-generation infotainment system. AGL, an open source project hosted by the Linux Foundation, is developing a common platform for car infotainment systems and enhanced connectivity that functions as an industry standard. â€œThe flexibility of the AGL Read More..
BlackBerry has signed a deal with Ford Motor that will put more of the Canadian company’s QNX software into Ford vehicles. BlackBerry, whose QNX technology already powers connected systems in many cars, said the new agreement will letÂ Ford expand its use of QNX and security software in its cars. The agreement also means an acceleration Read More..
QNX Software Systems has joined the Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC), boosting the alliance’s efforts to establish standards for smartphone-based connected vehicles. The goal of CCC, which counts among its members many of the world’s major carmakers, automotive suppliers and consumer electronics and mobile phone firms, is to boost innovation and standardization of car connectivity solutions Read More..
QNX Software Systems will showcase this week an in-vehicle mobile office integration of Bluetooth-enabled smartphones. The US-based software maker said in a press release that it will demonstrate the system in a BMW Z4 roadster at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The new technology is designed to alow safer and more convenient use Read More..