January 8-11
Las Vegas Convention Center
North Hall - Booth 7523

Electronic architecture of the vehicle is evolving from being hardware-driven to software-defined. BlackBerry QNX® is enabling this evolution by establishing itself as the premiere foundational software platform for high performance domain controllers in the vehicle.  With a significant uptake from the automotive industry’s biggest brands, BlackBerry QNX technology has become ubiquitous to automotive software – entrenching BlackBerry QNX as an industry leader. 

The Future

The future of automotive will be defined by two domains, the driving function and the in-cabin user experience. The driving function has evolved significantly with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) which include new safety features such as adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, lane detection and self-parking. As the driving function becomes more autonomous, the user experience becomes more pronounced and important.

BlackBerry QNX offers the broadest portfolio of software solutions and at CES 2019, we will demonstrate how BlackBerry QNX solutions enable both domains, while adhering to stringent functional safety and security requirements.

What it means for Automakers

By consolidating infotainment and instrument clusters and other cabin functions into a single SoC, automakers realize cost, space, and power-saving benefits while providing separation and isolation for systems of mixed criticality, prone to security vulnerabilities.

What it means for Consumers

Consumers enjoy a seamless connected experience that mirrors the level of personalization they might experience in their home or office.

What it means for Automakers

BlackBerry QNX offers a world-class functional safety pedigree that has been trusted in millions of mission-critical systems.

For automakers, working with BlackBerry QNX eases the challenges of building ISO 26262 compliant automotive ADAS and autonomous drive systems.

What it means for Consumers

Enhanced driver assistance features can enhance safety and save lives.

What it means for Automakers

An easy, quick, scalable, and cost-efficient way to assess the quality and security of deployed software. Code assessment time can drop from weeks to minutes.

The software supply chain can be secured by establishing standards and measuring adherence over time.

What it means for Consumers

Assurance that the vehicle they have chosen has been built with industry-leading safeguards against cyberthreats.

What it means for Automakers

The adoption of automotive gateways will bring next level security and reliability to the passage of data in connected vehicles.

What it means for Consumers

Provides consumers comfort in knowing that their connected car services are secure.

What it means for Automakers

Helps automakers reduce cost and time-to-market to build automotive systems compliant with stringent ISO 26262 requirements. 

What it means for Consumers

The software that powers the safety-critical aspects of the car (self-driving, instrument clusters) meets the highest levels of safety certification.

BlackBerry Jarvis

BlackBerry Jarvis

Learn how through cutting-edge system exploration technology, BlackBerry® Jarvis provides powerful capabilities to examine a complete software product for security vulnerabilities and software craftsmanship.

Learn More
BlackBerry Radar

BlackBerry Radar

Building on 20+ years of experience delivering mission-critical products, patented BlackBerry Radar asset monitoring technology is designed to solve the problems facing the transportation and logistics industry. Learn how holistic visibility to assets, such as trailers, flatbeds, chassis and containers, from BlackBerry Radar can improve your business.

Learn More

Request a Live Demo

Ready to see BlackBerry QNX Technology Live? Fill out the form below and a member of our team will reach out with more details shortly.

By completing this form you agree to BlackBerry processing your personal data in order to provide you with product and event updates and other marketing materials.  We may also use your registration information to build a profile of your interests which will help us create a more personalized experience for you.  You may unsubscribe at any time, or view the BlackBerry Privacy Policy for details.

Thank you for your interest. Someone on our team will be in touch with you soon.

Error submitting form. Please try again later.