At CES in Las Vegas (January 9-12) Blackberry will be demonstrating its IVY connected vehicle data platform through in-vehicle and virtualized simulations with a range of partners.
The BlackBerry IVY platform enables developers across industries to design and deploy insight-enabled automotive services more quickly, leveraging in-vehicle AI-enabled processing and a developer-friendly platform. This ease of development has led to a growing diversity of solutions developed on the BlackBerry IVY platform, giving automakers new opportunities to quickly enable additional services to differentiate and potentially monetize the connected car.
This year’s IVY showcase at CES will feature a wide array of mobility applications; IVY powered in-vehicle AI demonstrations will include:
- Michelin’s tire wear monitoring solution with real-time integration to its consumer retail network
- COMPREDICT hardware sensor replacement solutions, utilizing virtual sensors to create cost savings and monetize vehicle health insights.
- Intelligent in-cabin experiences powered by Cinemo, CorrActions, CarIQ, idrive, and emotion3D.
- Next generation insurance solutions, such as First Notification of Loss and Collision Reconstruction featured by Nexar, and crash analytics and driver scoring by CerebrumX.
- Intelligent vehicle cybersecurity and quality insights powered by Upstream Security.
Additional partners will be showcasing how BlackBerry IVY powers next generation digital cockpits and intelligent fleet management services. Demonstrations include:
- MIH Consortium will feature its intelligent fleet capabilities, with IVY insights, from Electra Vehicles, COMPREDICT, and CerebrumX
- Mitsubishi Electric will showcase its FLEXConnect advanced vehicle cockpit system in a Cadillac Escalade
- Intellias will showcase its IntelliKit 2.0 solution which is centered around the Qualcomm SA8295 with QNX Real Time Operating System (RTOS), QNX Hypervisor, and pre-processing connected vehicle insights with BlackBerry IVY.
“The IVY Ecosystem has grown rapidly, and now embraces an impressive range of applications that are set to change the mobility business and the in-car experience by harnessing the power of connected vehicle data,” says Vito Giallorenzo, senior vice president and general manager at BlackBerry IVY. “We’re looking forward to demonstrating the many and varied ways that our ecosystem members are innovating on the IVY platform and how it has enabled them to easily develop and scale their solutions.”
Blackberry will be exhibiting in the Las Vegas Convention Center’s West Hall at Booth #4224. Live demos of other BlackBerry IVY powered applications will also be showcased in the West Hall at CES with Mitsubishi Electric (#3151), MIH (#7216), and Intellias (#7075).