ETAS and BlackBerry QNX Announce Cooperation for Software Platform Based on AUTOSAR Adaptive

November 12, 2019

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ETAS and BlackBerry QNX Announce Cooperation for Software Platform Based on AUTOSAR Adaptive

ETAS GmbH and BlackBerry Limited announced that the companies will cooperate to jointly develop and market a safety-critical platform for use in next generation connected and autonomous vehicles.

ETAS GmbH and BlackBerry Limited announced that the companies will jointly develop and market a safety-critical software platform and associated tools for connected and autonomous vehicles based on the AUTOSAR Adaptive standard.

The solution unites BlackBerry QNX’s POSIX compliant, safety-certified real time operating system and hypervisor, as well as ETAS’s expertise in functional safety software based on the AUTOSAR Adaptive standard. It will provide the high performance, safe, and secure foundation for the development of microprocessor-based vehicle computers and domain controller electronic control units (ECUs).

The solution will be compliant to the ISO2626:2018 standard, enabling deployment in systems up to ASIL-D. ETAS and BlackBerry QNX  will collaborate to support customers’ work with the tightly integrated solution.

For more information, visit blackberry.qnx.com/en/software-solutions/connected-autonomous-vehicles.

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