BlackBerry Ltd (BBRY) QNX Platform Is Everywhere
BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY)’s QNX platform is at the center of new and exciting things, coming with a new software service that allows developers to make Wi-Fi and numerous hardware changes without having to re-write software applications. QNX is everywhere at the moment, from car applications to finding its way in phones; made possible by the development of more applications than anyone can ever imagine.
Application In Cars
QNX, a subsidiary of BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY), is a leader in the car computing/infotainment space, having already been used in 50 million cars worldwide with a 50% market share. It is the desire of the platform to touch the lives of people in many ways, right from the smallest interactions at home to creature comforts.
The technology behind QNX finds its way in some of the things that people consider minute, from power switches back at home to controlling thousands of power generation systems from wind to nuclear and hydroelectric power plants. BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) is looking to various other businesses to generate profits, and QNX seems to be accelerating its effort on this front.
The sucking up of dirt from carpets using vacuum robots is another innovation that seamlessly integrates QNX technology to operate optimally. QNX essentially tells the robot where to go to get dust bunnies. Air control systems in highly populated areas also employ QNX technology, as well as automated warehouse systems for moving goods.
The platform achieves its flexibility through an application programming interface that remains consistent regardless of the underlying cellular or Wi-Fi module. Earlier in the year, BlackBerry unveiled a partnership with NantHealth for the product HBox, which allows the capturing and transmission of secure medical data between patient-doctor and hospital, powered by QNX.
Euroimpianti is another global leader in automated warehouses that intends to use BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY)’s technology, especially the QNX Neutrino OS, to power real-time control systems, as well as human machine interfaces, for the next generation autonomous warehouse robots.
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