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Next generation of secure transportation solutions at CES 2020

19th December 2019
Lanna Cooper


At CES 2020, BlackBerry will be showcasing the next-generation security and transportation solutions. Mapping to BlackBerry’s vision of securing a connected future, the company’s presence at this year’s conference will centre on AI-driven security innovations, and the role disruptive technologies play in the evolution of smart auto and transportation.

2019 was a landmark year for BlackBerry, with the integration of BlackBerry Cylance and the launch of BlackBerry Intelligent Security and BlackBerry Labs.

Powered with advanced machine learning and artificial intelligence capabilities, BlackBerry is building these technologies into its full suite of products for the IoT, guaranteeing companies and users across the globe have access to the intelligent security solutions needed to stay safe and secure in our hyperconnected world.

Visit BlackBerry in the North Hall (Booth #7515)

Stop by the BlackBerry booth for an up-close look at the latest innovations born from BlackBerry Labs, as well as partnerships with AWS, and automotive OEMs/Tier 1’s like Jaguar Land Rover, Renovo and Damon Motorcycles. 

Where: Las Vegas Convention Centre, North Hall

When: 7th January, 10am-6pm PST

8th January, 9am-6pm PST

10th January, 9am-4pm PST

See how BlackBerry is further establishing itself as the premier foundational software platform of the next generation car and view the teaser video below for a sneak peek of what’s to come.

Hear from BlackBerry subject matter experts Car Meets Cloud - Innovation in Launching a Premium Brand EV 

Join Kaivan Karimi, Senior Vice President and Co-Head, BlackBerry QNX, to learn more about expanding the EV boundaries and designing a holistic user experience, AI, Machine Learning and Cloud Technology, and how strategic partnerships are necessary to launching a premium EV (Opening Keynote: Consumer Telematics Show).

Date: 6th January 2020

Time: 9:05am-9:35am PST

Location: Planet Hollywood Resort Casino

Security considerations for a connected future

As we move to a future of autonomous vehicles, smart cities and an IoT-enabled future, how do systems and players like local governments and tech innovators work together to focus on security? Hear from Sarah Tatsis, Vice President, Advanced Technology Development Labs at BlackBerry to gain new perspectives.

Date: 9th January 2020

Time: 10:15-11:15am PST

Location: North Hall N258

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