SafeRide Technologies is demonstrating its vXRray AI technology on the NVIDIA DRIVE platform at the GPU Technology Conference in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Most vulnerabilities today are unknown until an attack takes place, as conventional cybersecurity measures can only detect and prevent known threats. SafeRide’s vSentry™ AI solution is a behavioral profiling and anomaly detection software that uses advanced machine learning and deep learning technology to provide additional vehicle-level protection against unknown vulnerabilities as well.
NVIDIA DRIVE is a scalable AI car computing platform for next generation autonomous vehicles. It enables machine learning and deep learning algorithms to execute real time inferences locally in the vehicle. Many AI applications that use NVIDIA’s hardware and software for autonomous driving analyze behaviors outside of the vehicle, while SafeRide’s unique technology detects behavior within the vehicles’ computers and network to detect and prevent zero-day attacks.
Yossi Vardi, CEO of SafeRide said “As part of NVIDIA’s Inception Program, SafeRide has access to NVIDIA’s ecosystem and resources, allowing us to accelerate the development of our software and deliver best-in-class cybersecurity solutions for autonomous and connected vehicles “.