Companies from Canada’s largest technology park had their work on display at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas last month, with a focus on autonomous vehicle technology.
BlackBerry QNX unveiled its Android-enabled digital cockpit technology in a new concept car at the largest North American event for the consumer technology industry. Ford, which is working with Kanata’s QNX arm on autonomous vehicles, also demonstrated its cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) technology, which can be used to determine right-of-way protocol at four-way stops.
Ericsson partnered with Veoneer to demonstrate Learning Intelligent Vehicle (LIV 3.0), a research platform intended to gather data about driver-vehicle collaboration as cars become increasingly autonomous.
Ericsson’s IoT Accelerator, an IoT device connectivity and app development platform, was also showcased at an event focused on IoT technology.
In other tech sectors, You.i TV was also present to showcase their You.i Engine One Running React Native Across 11 Platforms.