BlackBerry, Canadian enterprise and internet of things (IoT) software developer, has unveiled d QNX Platform for Digital Cockpits at CES 2019.
The company said the digital cockpit solution that empowers automakers to provide the in-car experience drivers want, with the security, safety, and reliability they need.
It added that the digital cockpit enables automakers to offer a reliable and secure QNX-based digital instrument cluster and infotainment system that provides access to the latest Android-based applications such as Google Maps and Google Play Music all from a single ECU.
“As the ECUs in a car consolidate, automakers are seeking safe, secure, and reliable solutions that are flexible enough to deliver a unique driving experience,” said John Wall, Senior Vice President and Co-Head of BlackBerry Technology Solutions, BlackBerry.
“After two years of constant improvement and testing, we have built the world’s first safety-certified digital cockpit that enables secure Android apps in the car. We believe being able to provide this level of security will be a key differentiator for automakers as consumers begin to weigh security and data privacy when purchasing a vehicle.”
BlackBerry pedigree in safety, security, and continued innovation has led to its QNX technology being embedded in more than 120 million vehicles on the road today, as well as automotive design wins with Baidu, Delphi, Denso, NVIDIA, Qualcomm, Visteon, Jaguar Land Rover, BYTON, and more.
It also enables the Enterprise of Things by providing the technology that allows endpoints to trust one another, communicate securely, and maintain privacy.