Electric Vehicle company Arrival limited has announced that the Arrivals intelligent, autonomous ready commercial vehicle is going to be powered by the BlackBerry QNX technology. As a part of the agreement between Blackberry and Arrival Limited, Blackberry will be licensing it’s Blackberry QNX technology to arrival to serve as the safe and secure foundation for the address features within the companies autonomous ready commercial vehicle platform.
The QNX technology by BlackBerry has already powered more than hundred 150 million vehicles till now and a lot of them use QNX SDP 7.0 technology which is built to exceed requirements such as reliability, performance and security are always high on demand.
Sergey Malygin, Chief of Technology, Arrivals said Arrival’s electric vehicles represent a step change in the automotive industry – combining the very best technology to create a fully connected device on wheels that is a complete pleasure to drive.” He also mentioned that “We are thrilled to be working with BlackBerry whose impressive track record and commitment to safety and security make them a perfect partner. The combination of our expertise will help us realize our vision of making affordable electric vehicles mainstream.”
QNX HDP 7.0 provides high performance and enhanced kernel level security through an array of features, including microkernel architecture, file encryption adaptive time partitioning high availability framework….
Blackberry will be demonstrating the QNX SDP 7.0 at the Consumer Electronics Show which is going to be held in Las Vegas from January 7th to January 10th, 2020 at the Las Vegas Convention center.