Due aziende che hanno unito le forze per supportare il sistema operativo in tempo reale (RTOS) leader del settore di BlackBerry QNX per connessione e autonomia veicoli.
Come parte del costante impegno di ANSYS nella promozione di un ecosistema aperto che supporta i leader di RTOS in tutti i settori, la collaborazione consentirĂ ai produttori di automobili di aumentare la sicurezza e l’affidabilitĂ , ridurre i costi di sviluppo e abbreviare il time-to-market per automobili e sistemi autonomi di prossima generazione.Â
Ansy e BlackBerry collaborano per le automobili del futuro, segue comunicato stampa da fonte ufficiale;
LAS VEGAS, NEVADAâ€“ January 7, 2020Â â€“Â BlackBerry LimitedÂ (NYSE: BB; TSX: BB) andÂ ANSYSÂ (NASDAQ: ANSS) are joining forces to support BlackBerry QNXâ€™s industry-leading real-time operating system (RTOS) for connected and autonomous vehicles. Â As part of ANSYSâ€™ ongoing commitment to fostering an open ecosystem that supports RTOS leaders across industries, the collaboration will empower automotive manufacturers to increase safety and reliability, reduce development cost and shorten time-to-market for next-generation automobiles and autonomous systems.Â
BlackBerry QNX and ANSYS are enabling OEMs to minimize risk by combining ANSYS SCADEâ€™sÂ®Â embedded software development environment with the QNX NeutrinoÂ®Â operating system, both certified to ISO 26262 ASIL D level â€” the automotive industryâ€™s most stringent safety standard and highest level of certification
As the next generation of vehicles becomes more connected, automated and autonomous, they also become more complex and vulnerable to cyber-attacks. In addition to design and engineering challenges, manufacturers also face unprecedented levels of safety certifications. OEMs must balance connectivity, AUTOSAR compliance and versatility with safety and security.
â€śThe electronic automotive architecture is quickly evolving from being hardware-driven to software-defined and with our software embedded in more than 150 million vehicles on the road today, BlackBerry QNX is perfectly positioned to address the evolution,â€ť said Grant Courville, Vice President, Products and Strategy at BlackBerry QNX. â€śThrough our work with ANSYS, we can significantly enhance our support of the biggest OEM and Tier 1 brands in the automotive industry and support them throughout all design steps â€” from functional application design up to on-target integration.â€ť
â€śWe are committed to an open ecosystem that supports customers around the world with best-in-breed technology, solutions and collaborations,â€ť said Eric Bantegnie, Vice President and General Manager, Systems Business Unit at ANSYS. â€śBy integrating our industry-leading embedded software design environment for critical applications with BlackBerryâ€™s proven QNX RTOS, ANSYS remains the frontrunner in the industry. This technical alliance is an important milestone for our overall ANSYS Autonomy solutions that span embedded software development, systems design, cybersecurity threat and functional safety analysis, autonomous systems, physical and driving simulation, and AI-based embedded software validation.â€ť
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