It's all about the flexibility, really. BlackBerry's approach means car makers can build features for self-driving cars on top of a common core, rather than spending years trying to build that core themselves. The framework BlackBerry has already made is surprisingly thoughtful too; the company has whipped up reference systems for "building multi-camera car vision systems" and applications that let cars communicate with each other. Self-driving cars are finally becoming a reality; Ford CEO Mark Fields said yesterday that mainstream models are about four years away. If BlackBerry's lucky, its new software could help it transition its business away from a mobile market that has battered the company so thoroughly.
Anyway. We're told that there are some demo cars lurking somewhere on the show floor that show off how these awareness and communications systems really work — stay tuned as we hunt them down and see BlackBerry's new stuff in action.what is b1 business use finder international how to start a delivery business for food restaurants with outdoor seating near me red band society what is business class 3 insurance covid vaccination numbers worldwide highest international goal scorer stylish shoes for men what is business policy box office mojo worldwide outdoor ice skating near me how to see who likes your business page on facebook external communication coworking spaces central london ikea outdoor cushions how to change cover photo on facebook business page how to create a business website