Join BlackBerry QNX® and our industry partners for our annual event in Tokyo to discuss how software, safety, and security will define next generation automobiles and mission critical systems.
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
9:30am – 6:30pm
Embassy of Canada
7 Chome-3-38 Akasaka
Meals and Breaks Included
Breakfast and Product Showcase
Learn why software, safety, and security will define the next generation mission critical systems like connected and autonomous cars.
Automobiles are increasingly connected to the internet and to other systems. Learn about BlackBerry's 7-Pillar recommendation, which is a framework to harden automobile electronics from cybersecurity attack.
Understand how to create a root of trust starting right in the factory with secure equipment and software, because if your factory is not secure, neither is your product.
Learn how BlackBerry QNX's Type 1 hypervisor meets the precision requirement of an embedded zero-downtime production system while separating safety-critical components from non-safety critical components in separate guest operating systems.
Understand the challenges of delivering and managing secure software updates to next generation mission-critical systems to meet growing customer demands and achieve cost reductions.
BlackBerry QNX technology is enabling advanced customization and building of innovative virtual/digital cockpit systems . The solutions include ISO 26262 ASIL B certified instrument cluster and next generation 64-bit pre-integrated and optimized infotainment technologies.
The connected nature of systems make them more vulnerable to cyber-attacks and potential failures.
To counteract the rising threats, BlackBerry QNX has launched QNX SDP 7.0®, the most advanced and secure embedded OS developed for the automotive industry.
QNX Acoustics Management Platform is designed to manage a car’s sonic experience from engine sound enhancement to in-car communications with software that runs on application processors.
Robotics and autonomous driving vehicles have very similar technical requirements. Learn about BlackBerry QNX's investment in ADAS and the development of capabilities in functional safety and high performance sensor data acquisition.
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Registration is closed for the BlackBerry QNX Technology Forum. To be added to the waitlist, please email Kosuke Abe at firstname.lastname@example.org. Onsite registrations are not possible due to the Embassy of Canada’s security requirements.