Based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, BlackBerry QNX has provided foundational software for many of the world’s mission-critical embedded systems since 1982. From nuclear power plants, surgical robots and class III life-critical medical devices to autonomous vehicles and brands like GM, Audi, Cisco, Fiat-Chrysler, Ford, General Electric, Medtronic, Intuitive Surgical, Lockheed Martin, Alstom, Harris, Cisco and Siemens whose products require best in class safety, reliability, and security. These systems are required to operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, without failure.
BlackBerry has a broad portfolio of products to mitigate cyberattacks on vehicles, provide the highest level of functional safety-certiﬁcation for foundational software like the operating system, hypervisors and tools and also enable manufacturers with software platforms and services for autonomous and connected vehicles.
BlackBerry QNX’s software has been deployed in over 120M cars and can be found in more than 45 different automakers’ products, including Audi, BMW, Fiat-Chrysler, Ford, GM, Honda, Hyundai, Jaguar Land Rover, KIA, Maserati, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Toyota, and Volkswagen. The company partners with automotive Tier 1s, like Aptiv, Denso, Harman, Magna, Panasonic, TT Tech and Visteon, and silicon partners, like Intel, Qualcomm, NXP, Renesas, Nvidia, Samsung and Texas Instruments to deliver automotive sub-systems to the Tier 1s and automakers. BlackBerry QNX’s in-car infotainment software interoperates with the most popular smartphones including Apple’s Car Play, Google Android Auto, Mirror Link, SDL and Baidu’s Car Life.