BlackBerry, Google, and Qualcomm Join Forces to Drive Advancements in Next-Generation Automotive Cockpits - NewsOctober 13, 2021
BlackBerry Limited announced the availability of a QNX Hypervisor and VIRTIO-based reference design to virtualize Android Automotive OS on the 3rd Generation Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit Platform.
From their inception, PCs, industrial systems, and all manner of computing devices were designed as individual points of compute. As a result, security was never top of mind.
Google supports the developer experience by launching a single Android graphics tool.
Embedded Executives: David Kleidermacher, VP of Engineering, Head of Android Security and Privacy, Google - PodcastApril 08, 2020
The Internet of Secure Things Alliance (IoXT) is pushing a common (and obvious) goal for our industry. They want to keep all of our connected devices secure.
The custom-designed module measures a tiny 10 mm x 15 mm x 1.5 mm while delivering up to 4 TOPS of performance at the expense of only 2 TOPS per watt of power consumption.
This potentially adds the world of analytics to the world of connectivity.