Israel's flourishing high-tech vehicle systems sector has scored another major success today. Global auto parts supplier DENSO has selected Autotalks' next generation V2X communications and infrastructure device. DENSO, which pioneers V2X ECU will put Autotalks' chipset at the center of its global V2X platform for car-makers mass market projects. Prototyping phase has already started towards an unprecedented high-volume SOP (Start Of Production) in 2019, targeting the North America market.
V2X Communication connects vehicles to other vehicles (V2V), infrastructure (V2I), motorcycles (V2M) and pedestrians (V2P) within wireless range for safety and mobility applications. It adds a new layer of confidence and certainty for drivers as it helps prevent car accidents. It complements the information of other sensors, especially in situations of non-line-of-sight, rough weather or poor lighting conditions. The pivotal mass-deployment of V2X demonstrates the importance of the technology and the belief that it will achieve a dramatic improvement in road safety.
Based in Kfar Netter near Netanya, Autotalks' next generation devices embed a mobility optimized modem, support dual-antenna with optimal and flexible RX/TX diversity, perform line-rate message ECDSA verification of the entire link capacity and embed an ultra-low-latency V2X HSM. In addition, Autotalks' next generation was designed for cryptoagility and scalability, and is capable of operating at a high temperature range. All these advantages combined, coupled with a rigorous benchmark, crowned Autotalks' next generation as optimal for DENSO’s global mass market V2X platform.
Autotalks CEO Hagai Zyss said, "Autotalks is proud to cooperate with DENSO on a truly secure mass market optimized V2X system. This cooperation not only validates Autotalks’ technology superiority, but also shows Autotalks’ capability to satisfy DENSO's quality policies and support demands for high-scale mass market projects."
Published by Globes [online], Israel business news - www.globes-online.com - on September 27, 2016
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