Autotalks to launch chipset for connected car

Autotalks, founded and headquartered in Israel, will present its latest offering – the world’s first automotive grade chipset ready for series-production for connected car models – at the 20th ITS World Congress to be held in Tokyo this October.

Autotalks claims the chipsets that power its system — a communications processor named CRATON and a radio frequency transceiver named PLUTON — are secure and hacker-proof. Its built-in security solution authenticates and processes every incoming packet received by a vehicle in less than a millisecond.

Autotalks has developed a complete chipset for vehicle-to-vehicle communication, composed of two devices:
• CRATON (ATK4100) – V2X communication processor
• PLUTON (ATK3100) – V2X RF transceiver

Daniel Campbell, director of marketing for Autotalks says that these two devices comprise the only solution in market covering the entire functionality of vehicle-to-vehicle communication. CRATON is the only device that supports the security requirements, while having the longest communication range. PLUTON is the only RF transceiver to achieve AEC-Q100 certification.

Autotalks founded by Nir Sasson and Onn Haran in the year 2008, is a fabless semiconductor company providing a comprehensive solution for vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication. It has offices in Japan, France, Germany, Korea, North America, Spain and Sweden. It is a privately held company, funded by Gemini Israel Funds, Magma Venture Partners, Amiti Ventures and Mitsui & Co. Global Investment.



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