Thundercomm, a world-leading Internet-of-Things (IoT) products and solutions provider, today introduced the company's E-cockpit Solution 4.0. Built on a 3rd generation Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ Automotive Cockpit Platform from Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., and with BlackBerry's QNX® Hypervisor 2.1 technology running QNX 7.0 and Android P operating system, the new E-cockpit Solution 4.0 will be demonstrated at Qualcomm Technologies' automotive booth, located at LVCC North Hall, booth #5606 , during the 2020 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
The E-cockpit Solution 4.0 reflects the full-stack cockpit built-in capability of Thundercomm, employing QNX Hypervisor 2.1 virtualization technology to achieve multiscreen and multisystem architecture in a single chip platform. The E-cockpit Solution adopts Rightware Kanzi's tool chain, including Kanzi Studio developer platform, Kanzi Map 3D navigation plug-in, Kanzi Connect technology, to accomplish interactive interface, and creates a custom 3D map and cross-screen interconnection system.
"With the rapid development of 5G networks, artificial intelligence and automobile telematics, next generation vehicles will be far more intelligent than ever before," said Hiro Cai, CEO of Thundercomm. "With the automobile cockpits rapidly transforming into fully digital cockpits, the E-cockpit provides the loaded features with greater integration along with critical and highly useful benefits. Our technologies provide the leading intelligent cockpit solutions for cars and provide rich and advanced intelligent driving experiences for both drivers and passengers."
"The beauty of Thundercomm's E-cockpit is that it maximizes advanced telematics and infotainment technology that helps automakers deliver upon promises to both drivers and passengers, all made possible by our Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit Platform," said Shyam Krishnamurthy, senior director, product management, Qualcomm Technologies. "Modern automotive cockpit designs require significant processing to power multi-screen systems, and by developing its E-cockpit on a single chip, Thundercomm is able to streamline system software development with the added benefit of minimal energy use."