QNX Platform for ADAS shows V2X-based emergency stop at CES 2016

January 15, 2016
QNX was displaying their recently announced QNX Platform for ADAS at CES 2016 with a demonstration of several very real roadway scenarios. On the floor, engineers from QNX leveraged DSRC antennas to communicate changing GPS coordinates to a stationary Jeep Wrangler and Toyota Highlander, making the vehicles believe that they were traveling on open roadways. They used this formula as a baseline for exhibiting the possibilities of multi-camera vision systems and V2X communications, where the QNX ADAS software was leveraged to control the inputs from onboard cameras, as well as manage notifications from nearby vehicles and/or traffic signals through a remote V2X interface. Here, Nabil Ould-Brahim, a software developer working on the QNX Automotive Platform, walks Embedded Computing Design's Brandon Lewis through an emergency stop situation, which highlights the software’s vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure capabilities.
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