Ohmio Automotion and Arilou Information Security Technologies recently concluded an agreement about deployment of cyber security solutions in a new generation of autonomous buses.
Ohmio Automotion is a subsidiary of the HMI Group and Arilou a part of NNG Group. As part of the agreement, Arilou will protect the in-vehicle network with the incorporation of their PIPS (Parallel Intrusion Prevention System) solution. Further on, NNG will also supply navigation solutions to the Ohmio autonomous buses.
Ohmio LIFT is a 20-person shuttle that can be extended to carry up to 40-person to operate on pre-determined routes without the need for a driver. It will provide services, similar to a tram, but with virtual rails, guided by a range of electronic systems.
Arilou’s PIPS technology can effectively secure the vehicles both from remote attacks and from physical access attacks.
Israel-based Arilou is the only cyber security company in the world with a portfolio of cyber security solutions that claims to offer perfect results: 100% detection rate, 100% prevention and zero false positives with its PIPS Multilayered security approach.
It is tested by OEMs and institutions as the University of Michigan Transport Research Institute (UMTRI). The company believes that with its holistic approach, and its multi-layered solutions, full protection of the vehicles can be a reality.