Autotalks and Marben to collaborate on first end-to-end live V2X demo

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Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communication solutions provider Autotalks has teamed up with Marben to give a live V2X demo based on Marben V2X software solution running on Autotalks’ chipset. The demonstration will take place at TU-Automotive Detroit, which is being held June 5-6 in Novi, Michigan.

It will show V2V applications running using both DSRC and C-V2X standards, leveraging the ability of the Autotalks’ chipset to support both. Autotalks has been cooperating for several years with Marben and recently successfully integrated Marben’s stack and software application on Autotalks chipset using the C-V2X standard.

The Autotalks solution minimizes development, testing and certification efforts for a V2X system to be deployed anywhere, using a software toggle between V2X technologies. This translates into a huge advantage for OEMs and Tier 1s who benefit from the shortest time to market for a global V2X platform.

The chipset isolates V2X from the non-safety domains, thus providing domain separation and security, scalability, and ability to optimize the cost-structure of telematic control units (TCUs). The isolation of V2X combined with Autotalks’ recognized cybersecurity leadership enables a truly secure platform.

“Our agility in maturing the C-V2X solution simultaneously with leveraging our V2X ecosystem partners for this purpose has yielded fast results and offers a clear deployment path for OEMs and Tier 1s alike. We appreciate Marben’s long-standing cooperation and are pleased to demonstrate the first end-to-end dual-mode V2X demo with them,” said Yaniv Sulkes, Autotalks’ VP of business development and marketing in North America and Europe.

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