CES 2016 Video: How QNX Paves the Way to an Autonomous Driving Future


CES 2016 is now underway, and our kickoff to the year wouldn’t be complete without a behind-the-scenes look at the making of our new technology concept vehicle and updated reference vehicle.

Originally posted on the QNX Auto Blog.

The video below follows the journey of building our vehicles for CES 2016 and highlights the technologies we’re using to speed progress towards automated driving — and the list of tech that QNX covers is impressive! It includes advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), V2X, and augmented reality, not to mention digital instrument clusters, in-car communication, and infotainment:


QNX Software Systems continues to innovate in automotive, with a vision for the evolution of automated driving and a trusted foundation for building reliable, adaptable systems. At risk of giving away the big finale, I think John Wall, head of QNX, sums up perfectly what QNX is on target for in the automotive industry: “We will dominate the cockpit of the car.” It’s a bold statement but we’re already amassing some imposing stats that back this up:

 QNX Automotive Infographic

About Lynn Gayowski

I'm a software marketing currently working for InGenius in Ottawa. My hobbies include geocaching, hip hop dancing and telling too many stories about my pet rabbit. I am a two-time consecutive winner of the Royal LePage colouring contest (1983, 1984) and was a backup dancer for Canadian pop star Luba for one performance. I aspire to visit 26 countries – one for every letter of the English alphabet. Follow me on Twitter: @lgayowski

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