Chongqing Yazaki Meter Co , a Chinese Tier 1 automotive supplier, has selected the BlackBerry QNX Neutrino Realtime Operating System (RTOS) to power its digital instrument cluster, which has now entered mass production.
BlackBerry and Elektrobit are collaborating on integration efforts to support the Rust programming language, empowering developers to build safe, reliable and efficient automotive software.
Garmin has selected BlackBerry QNX technology for its next-generation, Android Automotive-based proof of concept demonstration at CES 2023.
Marelli, a leading Tier 1 global automotive supplier, has selected the BlackBerry QNX Acoustics Management Platform (AMP) as part of its enhanced in-car audio experience within software-defined vehicles.
Swedish digital audio company Dirac has partnered with BlackBerry QNX to integrate Dirac’s award-winning Dirac Opteo Professional solution into the QNX Acoustics Management Platform
BlackBerry has extended its use of Amazon Web Services (AWS) that will make BlackBerry QNX technology available to mission-critical embedded systems developers, reducing time to market for their products.
BlackBerry QNX acoustics technology will help power Shanghai Dayin Technology’s "Yin" 2.0 app, set to be used within the intelligent cockpit for Great Wall Motors’ premium WEY Mocha, Latte, and Macchiato vehicle lines.
BlackBerry QNX technology is to power NETA AUTO's, China's EV brand owned by HOZON, soon-to-be-produced futuristic sports sedan, the NETA S.
McObject has released eXtremeDB/rt database management system (DBMS) for BlackBerry's QNX Neutrino RTOS, making it the first and only commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) real-time database management system suitable for hard real-time embedded systems.
CARIAD, the Volkswagen Group's software company has selected BlackBerry QNX technology as one component of its software platform VW.OS.
PATEO's intelligent cockpit, PATEO CONNECT+, will be powered by BlackBerry QNX technology and put into mass production in more than ten individual models across five OEMs,
For modern vehicles, the systems that keep them going need to not only be seamless and scalable but also need to be secured, given the number of threats that are targeting smart and automated vehicles today.