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On the way home, the battery is running low. Stop to recharge? Your car knows your options and gives you tips. Crazy? No, this is just one of many application ideas from BlackBerry's IVY ecosystem. Learn more in the new podcast Kugler Maag Curious.
PETER VIRK, VICE PRESIDENT IVY ECOSYSTEM AT BLACKBERRY
"The software-defined car will be an IoT device on wheels", states Peter Virk, Vice President IVY Ecosystem at BlackBerry. For this, BlackBerry is strongly committed to edge AI: "We're relying on the vehicle edge because that is the fastet way when you can process information locally." Time-critical information takes place at the vehicle edge, which facilitates privacy. Cloud computing is expeted to deliver such additional information, for instance, the opening hours of a charging station. Curious? Then this episode is made for you.