BMW plans to open a technology scouting office in Tel Aviv, focusing on new technologies and cooperation with regional startup companies. The German premium car group will also look at opportunities to establish joint research projects with local universities. ” Tel Aviv has one of the fastest growing startup scenes in the world – especially in Read More..
Despite plans to have fewer electronic control units (ECUs) in cars, there are still likely to be many ECUs in today’s and tomorrow’s connected vehicles. And every ECU requires additional lines of code. Israeli software specialist Aurora Labs says a modern premium car features around 100 million lines of code. The company has developed “self-healing” software to help protect the connected Read More..
Vehicle security is moving from the physical to the digital world in the era of the connected car and remote hacks of key car functions in recent years have proven the point. OSR Enterprises, based in Israel and Switzerland, believes the best approach to defend cars against attacks is a holistic, consolidated IT architecture that Read More..
Delphi is taking minority interests in two Israeli companies, as it moves to strengthen its connected-car related products and services. The US-based automotive supplier said it had signed a commercial partnership agreement with otonomo,Â a specialist in monetizing automotive data by way of a digital marketplace. The tie-upÂ will broaden the range of systems and services DelphiÂ can Read More..
Volkswagen Group, working with three Israeli experts, has founded an automotive cyber security company. The move is a long-term investment in cyber security â€œto make vehicles and their ecosystem more secure,â€ the VW brandâ€™s head of electrical and electronic development, Volkmar Tanneberger, said in a press statement. VW is establishing the company, which will have Read More..