Autotalks’ C-V2X Chipst is Market-Ready for China
30 October, 2019
Autotalks’ C-V2X chipset was demonstrated by five different automakers: Renault-Nissan, Brilliance Auto, FAW, Great Wall and another major European OEM
Autotalks, from Kfar Netter, Israel, announced it had successfully showcased its chipset’s conformance to the Chinese C-V2X standard and the Chinese OSCCA security standard, during a large-scale interoperability demonstration of multi-brand C-V2X communication solutions. This demo brought together 20 automotive companies, including leading automakers ,with 50 demonstration teams to examine how they are working together in a close-to-real-world setting. The demonstration was part of the China SAE Congress and Exhibition, held on October 22-24 in Shanghai.
Autotalks’ C-V2X chipset was used by five different automakers: Renault-Nissan, Brilliance Auto, FAW, Great Wall and another major European OEM, which conducted demonstration rides for hundreds of visitors, exhibiting conformance and interoperability at all levels: chipset, system, software and security. The demonstration included both Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communications, including the security features needed to conform the requirements of the Chinese OSCCA standard.
These requirements include a comprehensive protection of the V2X system against cybersecurity attacks through Road Side Units (RSUs). Autotalks announced it had been working closely with its Tier-1 and ecosystem partners to ensure end-to-end conformance and interoperability, and successfully completed interoperability tests with all other C-V2X chipset vendors.
Recently, Autotalks and Neusoft signed a cooperation agreement aimed at forming a strategic partnership for creating a secured global V2X solution. “We are proud to reach this milestone in the fast-growing Intelligent Connected Vehicle (ICV) market in China,” said Ram Shallom, VP Business Development and Marketing in APAC at Autotalks. “The recent successful end-to-end C-V2X demonstration with five car makers and our ecosystem partners, shows the maturity of our C-V2X technology and its readiness for mass deployment.”
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