Elektrobit software supports BlackBerry QNX development platform

November 17, 2020 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Elektrobit software supports BlackBerry QNX development platform
The EB corbos AdaptiveCore 2 software from Elektrobit (EB) now supports the QNX Software Development Platform 7.1 from BlackBerry - opening up a powerful opportunity to build HPC-based (high-performance computing) automotive architectures.

The combination of EB's Autosar Adaptive Platform and BlackBerry's ISO 26262 ASIL D certified QNX-OS and hypervisor technology provides vehicle manufacturers and Tier 1 suppliers with a pre-integrated basis for developing electronic control units (ECUs) with the highest level of security.

With this solution, Elektrobit and BlackBerry QNX continue their long-standing partnership. It makes it easier for car manufacturers and Tier 1 suppliers to develop advanced functions for automated driving and ensures overall shorter time to market. The EB corbos AdaptiveCore 2 software can be seamlessly integrated into the QNX Neutrino real-time operating system. The architecture basis thus provided meets the highest safety standards of the automotive industry.

EB corbos AdaptiveCore 2 is the basic software for running Adaptive Autosar. The solution, developed as Safety-Element-out-of-Context (SEooC), forms the core technology for the development of safe, flexible, updatable and powerful ECUs. The product offers a holistic software framework based on the Adaptive Autosar standard.

Both products are available immediately.

More information: https://blackberry.qnx.com/en/embedded-software/qnx-software-development-platform


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