Irc-Unix.net

Главная | Actual Topics | Обратная связь | Guest Book | В избранное | Сделать домашней
Категории
 System & Utilities
 Unix News
 OS Emulator
 Developing
 Learning/Education
 Games
 Humour
Каталог статей
Все статьи

Antispam
Статьи
Биллу Гейтсу тоже предлагают избавиться ...
Вымогательство в борьбе со спамом
Календарь

September, 2017
ПнВтСрЧтПтСбВс
123
45678910
11121314151617
18192021222324
252627282930
Опросы
Какой из этих ОС Вы отдаете большее предпочтение?

QNX
FreeBSD
Linux(any)
Solaris
Mac OS
Windows XP
Windows 2003
Что такое ОС? :)


Результаты
Другие опросы

Всего голосов: 325
Комментарии: 0
Ссылки

Архив Новостей
 September 2017 (11)
 August 2017 (13)
 February 2017 (14)
 January 2017 (19)
 December 2016 (16)
 November 2016 (16)
 October 2016 (21)
 September 2016 (18)
 August 2016 (16)
 July 2016 (16)
 June 2016 (20)
 May 2016 (18)
 April 2016 (15)
 March 2016 (22)
 February 2016 (17)
 January 2016 (15)
 December 2015 (15)
 November 2015 (22)
 October 2015 (20)
 September 2015 (17)
 August 2015 (25)
 July 2015 (20)
 June 2015 (23)
 May 2015 (21)
 April 2015 (17)
 March 2015 (19)
 February 2015 (9)
 January 2015 (23)
 December 2014 (9)
 November 2014 (13)
 October 2014 (12)
 September 2014 (18)
 August 2014 (20)
 July 2014 (10)
 June 2014 (12)
 May 2014 (12)
 April 2014 (10)
 March 2014 (22)
 February 2014 (10)
 January 2014 (8)
 December 2013 (26)
 November 2013 (53)
 October 2013 (40)
 September 2013 (48)
 August 2013 (63)
 July 2013 (56)
 June 2013 (52)
 May 2013 (49)
 April 2013 (67)
 March 2013 (74)
 February 2013 (63)
 January 2013 (62)
 December 2012 (62)
 November 2012 (66)
 October 2012 (68)
 September 2012 (48)
 August 2012 (75)
 July 2012 (60)
 June 2012 (71)
 May 2012 (69)
 April 2012 (85)
 March 2012 (86)
 February 2012 (90)
 January 2012 (81)
 December 2011 (103)
 November 2011 (118)
 October 2011 (74)
 September 2011 (2)
 June 2011 (110)
 May 2011 (118)
 April 2011 (111)
 March 2011 (112)
 February 2011 (101)
 January 2011 (119)
 December 2010 (117)
 November 2010 (118)
 October 2010 (131)
 September 2010 (117)
 August 2010 (226)
 July 2010 (351)
 June 2010 (305)
 May 2010 (319)
 April 2010 (343)
 March 2010 (329)
 February 2010 (311)
 January 2010 (312)
 December 2009 (266)
 November 2009 (156)
 July 2009 (101)
 June 2009 (279)
 May 2009 (365)
 April 2009 (348)
 March 2009 (347)
 February 2009 (323)
 January 2009 (318)
 December 2008 (237)
 November 2008 (155)
 October 2008 (334)
 September 2008 (310)
 August 2008 (343)
 July 2008 (362)
 June 2008 (322)
 May 2008 (636)
 April 2008 (1276)
 March 2008 (1658)
 February 2008 (250)
 January 2008 (6)
 November 2007 (1)
 September 2007 (1)
 June 2007 (1)
 May 2007 (1)
 March 2007 (1)
 January 2007 (2)
 December 2006 (1)
 October 2006 (2)
 September 2006 (1)
 August 2006 (2)

QNX INTRODUCES HOLISTIC APPROACH TO MANAGING IN-CAR ACOUSTICS

Unix News "

New platform offers unified management of all acoustics in the car, enabling customers to reduce the cost, complexity, and time-to-production of audio signal-processing systems.

Las Vegas, International CES 2016, LVCC North Hall, Booth 325 - January 6 - QNX Software Systems Limited, a subsidiary of BlackBerry Limited, today announced the new QNXreg; Acoustics Management Platform AMP, a comprehensive solution that allows automakers to enhance the audio and acoustic experience for drivers and passengers, while reducing system costs and complexity.

Modern vehicles contain multiple acoustic and audio signal-processing systems, all running simultaneously. These systems often interact with each other in unpredictable ways, unless great care is taken to make each subsystem aware of the others. QNX AMP eliminates this integration headache by offering a unified approach to managing acoustics in the car, allowing subsystems to work together harmoniously. To further reduce software integration efforts, QNX AMP comes pre-configured with built-in audio-signal routing.

Leveraging the power of the QNX Neutrinoreg; Realtime OS, QNX AMP uses a new, low-latency audio architecture that delivers high-performance signal processing on general-purpose application processors - with unprecedented time resolution of as low as 1 millisecond. As a result, automakers no longer have to use proprietary digital signal processing DSP cores or specialized external hardware to implement compute-intensive acoustics applications.

The QNX Acoustics Management Platform is a breakthrough in automotive software. Automakers can now design and manage the sonic experience in their cars with software that runs on a wide range of automotive application processors - saving costs and shortening time-to-production, while delivering new features and high sound quality, said John Wall, Senior Vice President and Head of QNX Software Systems.

The QNX Acoustics Management Platform integrates a comprehensive suite of acoustics modules. Modules scheduled for the initial release of the platform include:

  • QNX In-Car Communication ICC - for easier seat-to-seat conversations - For anyone who has struggled to hold a conversation in a car at highway speeds, QNX ICC enhances the voice of the driver and relays it to loudspeakers in the back of the vehicle. Instead of shouting or having to turn around to be heard, the driver can talk normally while keeping his or her eyes on the road. QNX ICC dynamically adapts to noise conditions and adds enhancement only when needed. With QNX ICC, automakers can leverage their existing handsfree telephony microphones and infotainment loudspeakers to add a feature that consumers will immediately appreciate.
  • QNX Acoustics for Voice 3.1 - Provides a high-quality handsfree telephony experience, with support for narrow and wide-band Bluetoothreg; audio and for next-generation smartphone telephony, concierge voice services, and cloud-based speech recognition at up to 32 kHz sample rates.QNX Acoustics for Voice 3.1 builds on the award-winning performance of QNX acoustics technology that has shipped in over 40 million automotive systems worldwide. It also adds support for the new International Telecommunications Union ITU P.1140 standard for emergency calling eCall in automotive.
  • QNX Acoustics for Active Noise Control ANC - Advanced technology for reducing low-frequency engine boom noise inside the cabin of a vehicle.QNX Acoustics for ANC continuously monitors engine operating conditions and noise levels in the car cabin, and then generates anti-noise that is played out of the cars loudspeakers to cancel out the offending noise. Key advantages include an extremely small code footprint, rapid calibration, and advanced stability-control features.
  • QNX Acoustics for Engine Sound Enhancement ESE - A complete software solution to help automakers create or maintain signature engine sounds and enhance the appeal of their vehicles.QNX Acoustics for ESE incorporates two realtime engine sound synthesis technologies - additive synthesis and a unique granular synthesis system - that allow recordings of real vehicles to be dynamically reshaped based on live engine operating conditions. It also includes an engine sound enhancement tool that enables sound designers to define engine sound profiles and interactively audition them right on their desktops.
  • Backwards-compatible interfaces and APIs - QNX AMP extends the audio infrastructure in the QNX Neutrino OS in a backwards-compatible way, allowing existing applications for telephony, speech recognition, navigation, and media playback to run without modifications.
  • Tuning, diagnosis, and analysis - QNX AMP includes an entirely new tool that allows developers to perform realtime adjustments of all system parameters, to inject or stream signals at multiple tap-points in the system, and to view realtime spectrum and waveform displays.
Availability

The QNX Acoustics Management Platform is now available for preview by automotive manufacturers and suppliers. General release is scheduled for Q3 2016.

QNX Demos at CES 2016

This week at CES, QNX Software Systems is demonstrating its latest innovations for acoustics, ADAS, digital instrument clusters, infotainment, and V2X. Visit the BlackBerry booth: North Hall, 325.

QNX Software Systems offers a comprehensive portfolio of infotainment, telematics, safety, and acoustics solutions deployed in more than 60 million vehicles worldwide. More than 40 automotive OEMs use QNX software, including the QNX Neutrinoreg; OS, the QNX OS for Safety compliant to ISO 26262, up to Automotive Safety Integrity Level D, the QNX CARtrade; Platform for Infotainment, and QNX acoustics middleware, for their head units, digital instrument clusters, advanced driver information systems, hands-free systems, and connectivity modules.

About QNX Software Systems

QNX Software Systems Limited, a subsidiary of BlackBerry Limited, is a leading provider of operating systems, middleware, development tools, and professional services for connected embedded systems. Global leaders such as Audi, Siemens, General Electric, Cisco, and Lockheed Martin depend on QNX technology for their in-car electronics, medical devices, industrial automation systems, network routers, and other mission- or life-critical applications. Visit www.qnx.com and follow @QNX_Newson Twitter. For updates on the companys automotive work, follow @QNX_Auto and visit qnxauto.blogspot.com.

About BlackBerry

BlackBerry is securing a connected world, delivering innovative solutions across the entire mobile ecosystem and beyond. We secure the worlds most sensitive data across all end points - from cars to smartphones - making the mobile-first enterprise vision a reality. Founded in 1984 and based in Waterloo, Ontario, BlackBerry operates offices in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Asia Pacific and Latin America. The Company trades under the ticker symbols BB on the Toronto Stock Exchange and BBRY on the NASDAQ. For more information, visitwww.BlackBerry.com.

QNX Media Relations
613 591-0931
qnxmediarelations@qnx.com

Investor Contact
BlackBerry Investor Relations
519 888-7465
investor_relations@BlackBerry.com

BlackBerry, QNX, QNX CAR, Neutrino, and related trademarks, names and logos are the property of BlackBerry Limited and are registered and/or used in the U.S. and countries around the world. All other marks are the property of their respective owners. QSS and/or BlackBerry are not responsible for any third-party products or services.

"



  


Разместил: QNX News Highlights | Дата: 12.01.2016 | Прочитано: 301 | Раздел: Unix News   

Рейтинг статьи

Средняя оценка: 0.00/0Средняя оценка: 0Всего голосов:0

Отлично
Хорошо Нормально Пойдёт Плохо


Смотрите также связанные темы

08.02.2016 HIG about Simple vs. Advanced Settings
KDE Project: UsabilityRecently the question was asked in the KDE forums how we handle advanced settings. While there is neither a best practice nor a common approach in KDE software, we actually discussed a similar concept in respect to the Plasma control modules (KCM). The updated organization of KCMs was implemented by the developers, the community decided about the basic layout, and a couple of proposals were done [1, 2]. So why don't generalize this idea and write a guideline? The following guideline proposal not only recapitulates what we considered for the KCM but also introduces some n...
11.10.2012 Beyond Bug Tracking
KDE Project: DevelopmentKexiCalligraDuring my short summer holidays I had the opportunity to perform overdue bug triage for Kexi. Funny enough, that alone dominated (by numbers) the Commit-Digest's Bug Killers list for 12th August :) Some bug reports were really dated, 2006 or so, anyway the Calligra 2.6 series is a good occasion for such cleanup. Now "only" 130 bugs of 426 are opened. Below I'd like to discuss some software development workflow-related topics. I think it may be most interesting for people new to the KDE project or those who so far only contribute sporadically and would like t...
02.10.2010 Aaron Seigo (aseigo): on the impending future of ui greatnesses
What a title for a blog entry, huh? Well, it's rather tongue in cheek on the one hand, and almost serious on the other.Lions, Tigers and Cloud HTML5 .. oh my!I've written about this from various points of view before, and I just love Larry Ellison's response to a question about "the cloud", but it bears repeating and looking at the core issues from different angles because people continue to find themselves confused on the matter. This time we'll look at it from the perspective of "form factors are not programming languages".Reality is that well over 300 million new desktops and laptops are so...
05.10.2010 Kevin Ottens (ervin): Agile in Developers Sprints: Scrum? Kanban? Scruban-ish!
This post is the second one out of two covering my thoughts about the Solid Developers Sprint 2010 which happened this week-end. My outbound flight being delayed, I’ve plenty of time for introspection in the Madrid airport. Disclaimer: This blog post evolved as a short essay on "Agility in a Free Software Developers Sprint Context". It is then a somewhat long read (I don’t blog often but when I do…). If you are NOT interested in at least one of the following topics: How the Free Software community works; The practices used in the agile project management communit...
18.11.2010 VMworld 2010 Online Sessions
VMworld 2010 Online Sessions Now that VMworld 2010 has concluded, it's time to digest and consume sessions that were offered.  If you attended VMworld 2010 in either San Francisco or Copenhagen, you have been granted full access.  If you were not an attendee, you will need a VMworld 2010 Subscription.  However, VMworld 2010 General Sessions + Super Sessions AND all content from previous VMworld conferences is free to all VMworld.com visitors. All Super Sessions and Breakout Sessions that were captured from VMworld 2010 in San Francisco have been posted.  Selected Breat...
01.04.2011 vCenter Operations
vCenter Operations Posted by Ramin SayarVP Product Management & Marketing, Enterprise Management At VMware we understand it’s not enough just to build a dynamic, virtualized infrastructure – you also need to manage it. So we’ve been hard at work simplifying and transforming infrastructure management by building functionality such as dynamic workload balancing and high availability into the VMware vSphere platform. On March 8th, we took another big step on our journey to be the leading provider of infrastructure and management solutions for dynamic virtualized and cloud environments. We...
08.12.2011 A week in virtualization
A week in virtualization Today, you can join in the Beta testing fun for the new customer portal we’ve been working on for the past months. It is called My VMware and is focused on simplifying and streamlining your interactions with us. It will allow you to more easily manage your licenses and support, and it’s coming in the first half of 2012. Read more and join the beta on the VMware Support Insider blog at blogs.vmware.com/kb vFabric Application Performance Manager is now available, to deliver a new approach to managing applications in the cloud. It is focused on managing the health and ...
02.06.2008 Nuno Pinheiro (pinheiro): The shape of things to come
Probably by now most people have probably seen So whats next?4.2 Obviously!I plan to spend allot more time working in plasma in the 4.2 series. And we have already started to work on those things we can improve :)
01.07.2008 Harald Hvaal (metellius): Ark: some help on software design please…?
The last few days I’ve been a little stuck on the Ark coding due to design decisions, but eventually figured a blog post to the community would get the right answers right away. (What I’m currently focusing on building is building a batch extract interface for ark, accessible through command line arguments and only shows the user the progress in a simple progress dialog, exiting when finished.) Ark is divided into several parts: part - the kpart along with the interface app - the (relatively) trivial application that houses the kpart kerfuffle - the extraction library base plugins...
12.09.2008 Dario Freddi (drf__): Introducing the darkest power of PowerDevil
Scary, huh? On a side note, hello Planet, this is my first post that will actually get syndacated. I excuse for giving you updates on what I work on just now, though I’m really dumb about RSS feeds, so credits to Riddell for 1) adding me to the planet 2) showing me how to filter RSS by categories : Anyway, some of you might know what PowerDevil is, some might not; well, for you who fear this is yet another attempt of threatening your lives, PowerDevil is a power manager for KDE4, and it won’t kill you. Credits to sandsmark for this beautiful name Being serious for a moment, Power...
Нет комментариев. Почему бы Вам не оставить свой?
Вы не можете отправить комментарий анонимно, пожалуйста зарегистрируйтесь.
Google Search
Google

Web irc-unix.net

Топ Новостей
1: FreeBSD 10.3-RELEASE — новая версия свободной операционной системы
Hot NEWS!
Просмотров - 7465


2: Ubilling 0.8.0 — новая версия свободного веб-интерфейса к биллинговой системе
Просмотров - 4824

3: Sailfish OS 2.1.0 — новая версия мобильной Linux-системы от Jolla
Просмотров - 1517

4: 11 марта в Москве впервые пройдет международная конференция DevOpsDays
Просмотров - 813

5: Состоялась конференция LVEE 2015
Просмотров - 751

6: Ceph 0.94 - распределенное отказоустойчивое хранилище данных
Просмотров - 527

7: Решение суда о блокировке страницы РосКомСвободы «Инструментарий»
Просмотров - 524

8: Apr 5-7, 2016 - Descartes Evolution User Conference
Просмотров - 510

9: LMDE 2 — новая версия дистрибутива Linux Mint на базе Debian с Cinnamon и MATE
Просмотров - 502

10: Canonical представила первый умный холодильник с Ubuntu — ChillHub
Просмотров - 468

11: Advantech Forms Strategic Alliance with QNX to Deliver Realtime OS Solutions for Embedded Platforms
Просмотров - 441

12: Вышла BuguRTOS-0.8.3
Просмотров - 433

13: Firefox 38
Просмотров - 428

14: QNX Technology Powers Automated Fare Collection System from MSI Global
Просмотров - 424

15: QNX Leads New Phase of Digital Instrument Cluster Design for a Safer, More Enjoyable Drive
Просмотров - 423

Google 120X240
Ссылки

Главная | Actual Topics | Статьи | Обратная связь | Guest Book
Генерация: 1.174 сек. и 13 запросов к базе данных за 1.133 сек.
Powered by SLAED CMS © 2005-2007 SLAED. All rights reserved.