BlackBerry has been an innovator since its birth as RIM in 1984, starting in mobile, expanding to enterprise software and today in endpoint security and the emerging Enterprise of Things.
And now, Blackberry is involved with the Milken Institute, whose motto is “Changing the World in Innovative Ways.” The car concept was first debuted at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, the Jaguar XJ is the next stage in the software-defined car.
Powered by BlackBerry software, the Jaguar’s digital cockpit features a consolidated Electronic Control Unit (ECU), that combines the infotainment system and digital instrument cluster onto a single System-on-a-Chip (SoC) while using the BlackBerry’s hypervisor software to isolate and keep each system crash-proof and safe.
The Jaguar also uses Blackberry Acoustics Management Platform to enhance communication between driver and passengers and reduce engine sound.
Source | Blackberry