Build Your Software Platform for the Future
BlackBerry QNX offers safety-certified real-time operating systems (RTOS) and software solutions designed for multicore processors in industrial, medical and transportation applications. The QNX RTOS uses a true microkernel architecture in which every driver, application, protocol stack, and filesystem runs outside the kernel in the safety of memory-protected user space. Virtually any component can fail and be automatically restarted without affecting other components or the kernel. No other commercial RTOS provides such a high level of fault containment and recovery.
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Book a meeting with us or come visit us at Booth 4-278 to discover how BlackBerry QNX can allow you to focus on product innovations while reducing the hassles of maintaining your own operating systems as well as meeting safety-certification requirements and start of production deadlines.
At the BlackBerry QNX Booth
Safety-certification is a significant, but necessary, hurdle to get your next generation system into production. Come to booth 4-278 to see our live demonstrations and learn about BlackBerry QNX pre-certified solutions, including the QNX OS for Medical (pre-certified to IEC 62304 Class C) or the QNX OS for Safety (pre-certified to IEC 61508 up to SIL 3 and ISO 26262 up to ASIL D).
Built on the safety-certified QNX real-time operating system, our vital signs monitor demonstrates a data hub implementation. The system supports multiple simultaneous connections with classic interfaces as well as wireless and low energy devices.
Learn how consolidation and separation of safety-critical and non-safety critical applications is possible in a consolidated environment.
Powered by the QNX® Neutrino® RTOS, the iWave® i.MX8QM QuadMax SMARC System on Module demonstration features complex graphics and image processing in real-time applications.
BlackBerry QNX Speaking Session
February 27, 2020 at 11:30-12:00
Hear from Our Expert: Design Considerations of Embedded Hypervisor for Safety Applications
The use of virtualization in multi-core based embedded systems is becoming more popular due to the benefit of system consolidation. However, the process of designing and running applications on top of an embedded hypervisor might not be straight-forward. This presentation describes the main considerations for deploying embedded hypervisor in systems with security, safety, and real-time requirements.
Presented by Leo Hendrawan,
Senior Systems Software Developer at BlackBerry QNX
The World’s First ISO 26262 ASIL D and IEC 61508 SIL 3 Safety-Certified Hypervisor
The QNX Hypervisor is a real-time priority-based microkernel hypervisor that provides the trusted reliability and performance of the QNX OS while also allowing multiple operating systems to safely co-exist on the same System on Chip (SoC). Building on the trusted functionality and performance of the QNX Hypervisor, the QNX Hypervisor for Safety is pre-certified to IEC 61508 SIL 3 and ISO 26262 ASIL D.
Whitepaper: Safety and Security Challenges Facing Medical Devices
With accelerating technology innovation, medical devices are becoming more sophisticated and more connected. Consequently, as in most mission-critical systems, safety and security are two vital requirements in medical device design. This whitepaper unpacks how to “design in” these requirements.
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