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Friday 24 June 2022
FIC expands business to automotive cybersecurity
First International Computer (FIC), a Taiwan-based OEM of PCs and consumer electronics, has expanded its business to the automotive industry, with a focus on cybersecurity for future vehicles.
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Thursday 16 June 2022
DJI develops autonomous driving technology for China-based automaker
China-based drone maker Da-Jiang Innovations Science and Technology (DJI) has developed Level 4 autonomous driving technology, which will be initially used in KiWi EV, an electric vehicle (EV) model already launched by joint-venture automaker SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile, according to industry sources.
Tuesday 14 June 2022
Foxconn aims high with LEO satellite plan
Foxconn Technology Group (Hon Hai) has announced its attempt to launch a communications satellite into the low Earth orbit (LEO) in 2023 at the earliest, showing Taiwan industry's eagerness to strive for the LEO business opportunities.
Monday 13 June 2022
China-based Geely Automobile launches LEO satellites
China-based automaker Geely Automobile Holdings has launched its first nine low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites, paving the way for equipping its cars with satellite-based high-precision navigation systems.
Monday 13 June 2022
Israeli startups turbocharging EV innovations
There is no manufacturer of cars, trains or airplanes in Israel, yet the country is esteemed as a leader of transportation technology. As the world is moving into electric mobility, startups on novel car tech are mushrooming in the country, attracting big investors from the established auto industry.
Friday 10 June 2022
Safety is the base of IoV
HwaCom Systems announced in March that it is developing 5G network applications including Internet of Vehicle (IoV), smart city, and smart mobility and working with governmental bodies to unify industrial standards for these emerging applications.
Friday 10 June 2022
Israeli Auto Cybersecurity Startups (5): Unknown cybersecurity threats emerging as cars become connected, says Upstream Security
Cybersecurity firms are firing on all cylinders in response to the demand coming from the automotive industry. Yoav Levy, co-founder and CEO of Upstream Security, said the cybersecurity risk level has increased as vehicles get more software-driven. The evolution will also challenge cybersecurity companies with new and unknown threats.
Thursday 9 June 2022
Israeli Auto Cybersecurity (4): Electrification and digitization are nonstop trends says Maniv Mobility
The ways people and goods move have been evolving over the years. With technology advancements, electrification and digitization have become the prominent trends in the mobility industry, according to Meir Dardashti, a principal at Maniv Mobility.
Wednesday 8 June 2022
Adlink spins out ZettaScale with strategic investment from TTTech Auto
Adlink Technology, a developer of edge computing solutions, has announced a strategic investment by TTTech Auto int ZettaScale Technologies, an Adlink spinout focused on developing middleware for robotics and autonomous vehicles.
Monday 6 June 2022
Israeli Auto Cybersecurity Startups (3): Risk of hacking a car is much higher than a cell phone, Karamba Security says
Vehicle cybersecurity has become more likely at stake as cars enable connectivity. Karamba Security, an Israel-based startup, offers end-to-end solutions covering product security from design to vulnerability management. The company has acquired investments and partnerships with multiple Asian enterprises, looking for more opportunities in Southeast Asia.
Tuesday 31 May 2022
Israeli Auto Cybersecurity Startups (2): Every vehicle should meet fighter jet defense standards, says GuardKnox
With the global automotive industry moving towards full electrification, future vehicles are positioned to offer increasing levels of autonomy and connectivity, and cybersecurity is expected to become a new dimension of quality for cars.
Wednesday 25 May 2022
Safe autonomous transportation with edge AI: Q&A with Invision AI CEO and founder Karim Ali
Invision AI is a Canadian startup building the first autonomous railway system combining visual AI and edge computing, looking to expand its solutions beyond the transportation space. The company was established by Karim Ali in 2017 and was invested by Fontinalis Partners, TA Ventures, Ontario Center of Excellence, Jayant Group, and TechStars. DIGITIMES had an interview with founder and CEO Karim Ali, who shared technical insights on edge AI and his vision for the company.
Monday 23 May 2022
Mitac stays positive about enterprise demand in 2022
Despite rising global inflation, IT product demand from the enterprise segment remains robust, especially for servers and telecom equipment, according to Mitac Holdings president Billy Ho.
Monday 23 May 2022
Taiwan Taxi provides data-driven, customized services
With 6.5 million users on its app, Taiwan Taxi has moved beyond transport and secured a footing into the service sector. The huge repository of data allows the company to identify cab-hailing hotspots and promote customized services.
Tuesday 17 May 2022
South Korea to start testing 5G-V2X projects in 2Q23
South Korea's 5G-V2X cooperative autonomous vehicle infrastructures and service research projects are now open for bids, according to Korean-language media ET News.
Thursday 12 May 2022
Israeli Auto Cybersecurity Startups (1): Most vehicles today are not developed with cybersecurity in mind, says Cybellum
Electric vehicles (EVs) are at the center of the world's push toward a decarbonized future, and the importance of cybersecurity in the automotive domain is without question.