Hyundai Autron Selects BlackBerry QNX to Power ADAS, Autonomous Driving Software Platform

November 7, 2019 Perry Cohen

BlackBerry Limited announced Hyundai Autron selected BlackBerry QNX to power its advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving software platform.

Hyundai Autron will use the QNX OS for Safety, a software solution that provides the foundation for building competitive automotive and mission-critical systems. QNX OS, pre-certified to the highest level of ISO 26262 – ASIL D and high SIL levels under IEC 61508, offers an advanced and secure embedded operating system developed for use in applications such as ADAS and autonomous driving. 

The secured ADAS and autonomous driving software platform is expected to be commercialized by Hyundai Autron’s OEM customers.

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