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Blackberry and AWS combine forces to create edge-to-cloud platform for automakers


Staff member
Dec 12, 2019
Tech companies announce at CES that QNX will be the OS and Amazon's IoT Services will provide connectivity for data collection and software updates.

At CES 2020, Amazon Web Services and BlackBerry announced a new partnership designed to make it easier for automakers to build and manage cars that are increasingly run by software.

The connected vehicle software platform will integrate the
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and over-the-air software update services, with
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for secure connectivity and telematics.
QNX software allows automotive OEMs to run a common software platform across in-vehicle systems such as gateways, TCUs, engine controllers, and digital cockpits. Automakers can use this new platform to provide personalized features such as:
  • Cockpit personalization
  • Vehicle acoustic conditioning
  • Vehicle health monitoring
  • Advanced driver assistance systems
Car companies can also use this platform in electric cars to monitor battery life and provide software updates.
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