Cable & Telecom

BlackBerry QNX teams with ETAS to build software platform based on AUTOSAR Adaptive standard

WATERLOO, ON and STUTTGART, GERMANY — BlackBerry’s QNX software division is collaborating with Germany-based ETAS, a solutions provider for the development of embedded systems, to develop and market a safety-critical platform for use in next-generation connected and autonomous vehicles, the companies announced jointly Tuesday.The two companies will combine their assets to develop and sell a software platform and associated tools for vehicle computers and domain controllers based on the AUTOSAR Adaptive standard, said the companies’ news release. This solution will unite BlackBerry QNX’s POSIX-compliant, safety-certified, real-time operating system and Hypervisor, as well as ETAS’s expertise in functional safety and basic...
 

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