Bosch’s pre-integrated solution is built on the BlackBerry QNX Neutrino RTOS & QNX Hypervisor, designed to deliver reliable functionality, and will support the BlackBerry IVY platform to enable the development of new applications and use cases.
Bosch will be showcasing in-vehicle features quickly and efficiently at CES 2022.
Bosch’s Domain computer powers a wide array of in-vehicle displays, user interfaces and infotainment features
- The Information domain computer is a powerful control unit that helps bring new features including voice assistants, in-car payments and more to market quicker.
- Collaboration with leading technology providers decreases time-to-market and enables differentiation of in-vehicle features.
- Bosch offers production-ready vehicle computers for every aspect of modern vehicles.
Bosch has developed a pre-integrated solution that features technology from several collaborating organizations. The pre-integrated solution, built on the QNX® Neutrino® Realtime Operating System (RTOS) and QNX® Hypervisor, is designed to deliver reliable functionality to address the requirements of today’s most advanced system designs. By combining a pre-integrated control unit with a customizable modular approach, the Bosch platform offers the flexibility to tailor in-vehicle features to customer preferences and market segments.
The pre-integrated Information domain computer is powered by a 3rd generation Snapdragon® Automotive Cockpit Platform, a product of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. In addition to supporting higher levels of compute and intelligence needed for advanced capabilities featured in next generation vehicles, the 3rd generation Snapdragon Automotive Platforms are engineered to deliver rich visual and audio experiences, as well as highly intuitive artificial intelligent experiences for in-vehicle assistance and contextual safety and support for precise positioning for enhanced navigation. The enhanced display experience is made possible by Texas Instruments’ FPD-Link™ SerDes technology for high-speed display and camera communications, which is supported by Molex ultra-reliable connector solutions.
Further options available on the Bosch Information domain computer platform include voice assistants through Amazon Alexa and Cerence; in-vehicle streaming with Access Twine4Car; and navigation experience via TomTom Navigation for Automotive embedded and cloud-based navigation.
In addition, it will support the BlackBerry IVY™ Intelligent Vehicle Data Platform co-developed by BlackBerry and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to enable development of new applications and use cases.
The user experience for the pre-integrated solution is tied together by Rightware with the award-winning Kanzi HMI toolchain for signature UI creation, in collaboration with software integration expert Wipro Limited, a leading global information technology, consulting, and engineering services company.
Bosch at CES 2022:
- PRESS CONFERENCE: Tuesday, January 4, 2022, from 8:00 to 8:45 a.m. local time (17:00–17:45 CET) with Dr. Tanja Rückert, Bosch CDO, and Mike Mansuetti, president of Bosch in North America, in Ballroom H, Mandalay Bay Hotel, Las Vegas South Convention Center, Level 2, as well as livestreamed on the Bosch Media Service.
- BOOTH: January 5–8, 2022, in the Central Hall, booth #16103
- ELECTRIC BIKE TEST TRACK: January 5–8, 2022, at the eMobility Experience, LVCC, West Hall, West Plaza
- FOLLOW the Bosch CES 2022 highlights on Twitter: #BoschCES
- PANELS WITH BOSCH EXPERTS: Friday, January 7, 2022, 10:00 a.m., Venetian Hotel (local time) Building a Resilient Smart Home session with Dr. Carla Kriwet, CEO at BSH Hausgeräte GmbH
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