BlackBerry Ltd. is expanding its one-year-old relationship with Jaguar Land Rover Ltd. to include artificial intelligence, machine learning and cyber security technology for next-generation vehicles.
Under the agreement, BlackBerry will provide consulting services and test connected and autonomous vehicle software for vulnerabilities. Other possible applications include predictive software maintenance, according to the partners.
Last year, BlackBerry won a contract to supply infotainment system technologies to JLR.
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Toyota Motor Corp. is partnering with the U.K.’s Alan Turing Institute to use artificial intelligence to better coordinate and improve urban transportation.
As executive vp with global operational responsibility for the Global Electronics business and Occupant Safety Systems businesses within the ZF Active and Passive Safety Technology division of the ZF Group, Christophe Marnat has his proverbial plate full, especially nowadays when there are burgeoning efforts on behalf of OEMs and suppliers like ZF to develop the technologies that are related to ADAS, all the way to the point of providing Level 4 or Level 5 technology.