The BlackBerry QNX Digital Instrument Cluster platform was announced back in June, 2016 to allow cars to have features like turn-by-turn directions, local speed limits, rearview camera video and collision warnings and fulfill demand for hybrid and fully digital instrument clusters. Since then, QNX has been hosting plenty of webinars highlighting the technology and a new webinar is now set for October 18, 2017 at 11:00 AM EDT.
Learn about the next generation of instrument clusters with BlackBerry QNX and Elektrobit
Technologies from BlackBerry QNX and Elektrobit form the foundation of many instrument clusters found in today’s vehicles. Join us as we discuss some of the challenges present in building the next generation of digital instrument clusters.
During this webinar, you will learn:
- Design complexity of digital instrument clusters related to embedded graphics
- The new set of challenges that developing full digital instrument clusters pose
- How does one solve the functional safety requirements imposed on critical information on the cluster, such as telltales and gear positions
Speakers: Yi Zheng, Product Manager, BlackBerry QNX / Martin Riedl, Product Manager, Elektrobit Automotive GmbH
Moderator: Brandon Lewis, OpenSystems Media
If you’re interested in tuning into the webinar, registration is open right now by visiting here and dropping your information. If you’re looking for more info on QNX Platform for Instrument Clusters, you can check out the QNX site for the full details and product brief.