Karma will showcase how BlackBerry’s QNX technology is used to safeguard the Revero and hint at additional security and management systems that could be incorporated into future products during our first appearance at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next week.
“Karma’s business and product plan is driven in part by collaborating with partners like BlackBerry whose expertise help us accelerate product development and differentiation,” said our CEO Dr. Lance Zhou. “Karma was among BlackBerry’s first automotive partners for cybersecurity management, and we’re looking forward to showcasing how we use the technology to enhance Revero. We’ll also have some proof-of-concepts using futuristic technology that may ultimately become part of the Karma experience.”
BlackBerry QNX technology is embedded in 120 million cars on the road today, including the Revero. BlackBerry QNX powers the Karma Revero's Infotainment and Digital Instrument Cluster. With the power of BlackBerry QNX, Karma is at the forefront of Firmware Over-the-Air updates and how it manages cybersecurity by leveraging encryption via BlackBerry Certicom. Karma also uses QNX Acoustics and other BlackBerry technologies for Active Noise Reduction and Echo Cancellation and other product enhancements.
CES 2019 occurs January 8-11, 2019. The annual event draws more than 180,000 attendees and is considered the world’s gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. Among show highlights for automotive enthusiasts are concept cars, connected cars, autonomous drive, artificial intelligence and robotics.
Visit BlackBerry at booth #7523 (LVCC North Hall) where the Karma Revero and other state-of-the-art automotive technologies and software will be on display. Visit www.BlackBerry.com for more information on BlackBerry’s products and services for the automotive industry.
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