With connectivity being a key shaping trend in the automotive industry, securing the vehicles against hackers is becoming more and more of a focal question for automakers and the industry. Bringing this into focus, Arilou Technologies and Alpine Electronics Inc. are working on a concept with Arilou’s PIPS (Parallel Intrusion Prevention System) security technology being incorporated into the newest line of infotainment system of Alpine Electronics.
We are excited to work with a market leader on offering a completely secure infotainment system, and bringing the concept of the secured vehicle one step closer to reality. The development is on the way, and we are confident that this is going to be a real game changer in the industry.said Ziv Levi, CEO and founder of Arilou.
Alpine Electronics is an automotive electronics manufacturer that provides consumers and leading auto makers with audio, video, navigation and driver assistance products. The company specializes in system integration solutions with innovative vehicle entertainment and information technologies. Alpine’s R&D and manufacturing facilities in Japan, China, Europe and North America ensure that all products address the real world requirements of drivers in each market. The company is committed to developing safe, comfortable and eco-friendly automotive electronics products.
Israel-based Arilou, part of NNG Group is currently the only provider of cyber security solutions on the market, that offers 100% detection rate, 100% prevention rate and zero false positives with its PIPS Multilayered security approach. It is tested and approved by OEMs and institutions like the University of Michigan -Transport Research Institute (UMTRI). The company believes that with a holistic approach and multi-layered solutions, full protection of the vehicles can be a reality. No other company in the market today is even close to offer such a secured protection to the car.