Argus Cyber Security and Elektrobit (EB) unveiled their joint end-to-end solution for delivering over-the-air (OTA) vehicle software updates. It is known that Argus Cyber Security is the one of the leaders in automotive cyber security, and Elektrobit (EB), is provider of cutting-edge, embedded and connected technology solutions for the automotive industry.
The product is being claimed to have been built from the ground up to address unique automotive software update challenges and scenarios by automotive experts, the modular solution includes:
- On-board client
- Patent-pending delta technology
- Resilient, scalable and fault-tolerant backend
- Secure end-to-end-communication and data storage
- Platform for vehicles, campaign and software management
- Support for wide-range diagnostic and device management protocols
- Resolve unique automotive update challenges across the vehicle lifespan
- Reduce vehicle down-time, not just bandwidth, with unique patent-pending delta technology
- Save time with an intuitive monitoring, deployment and management console designed for automotive scenarios
- Streamline updates with flexible campaign management – rollback mechanism and bandwidth limitation workarounds
- Prevent update problems with early identification of inconsistencies between current and expected vehicle configuration
“As software complexity increases in vehicles, the necessity and frequency of OTA software updates increases. This poses greater inconvenience to drivers, as their vehicles are out of operation for the duration of these updates. The joint solution from Argus and EB is essential in managing the avalanche of code and reducing vehicle downtime,” said Roger Lanctot, director, Automotive Connected Mobility, Strategy Analytics, the leader in Automotive Electronics research and consulting.