BlackBerry QNX provides some functions of the digital cockpit system for BAIC ARCFOX αT

On October 21st, BlackBerry announced today that BlackBerry QNX technology will empower the digital cockpit system in the new high-end smart pure electric SUV ARCFOX αT. In ARCFOX αT's digital cockpit system, all digital instruments, central control touch screen, air conditioning screen and head-up display are all based on QNX Hypervisor.


ARCFOX is a high-end smart new energy vehicle brand under BAIC New Energy. Its brand new pure electric mid-size SUV, αT, will be officially launched on October 24, with a pre-sale price ranging from RMB 25.00 to RMB 33,000.

QNX Hypervisor is the world's first commercial embedded hypervisor that has passed ISO 26262 ASIL D safety certification. It can provide the reliable performance of the QNX Neutrino real-time operating system (RTOS) while allowing multiple operating systems to safely coexist on the same system-on-chip (SoC) . Developers can use QNX Hypervisor to partition and isolate safety-critical systems (such as the main control unit) and non-safety-critical systems (such as infotainment). Even if other components fail, the critical system can still be isolated and continue. run.

It is reported that so far more than 175 million vehicles in the world have used BlackBerry QNX software in their advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), digital instrument panels, interconnect modules, hands-free systems and infotainment systems.