Airbiquity reinforces the security and data analysis features of OTAmatic

Kamyar Moinzadeh of Airbiquity

Airbiquity, a provider in connected vehicle services, announced the latest release of OTAmatic. This version boasts new features and integrations that address many of today’s top concerns for automakers and suppliers, such as compromise-resilient security, edge data analytics, and more efficient OTA management capabilities. Together, the update further strengthens an already robust offering that reliably and securely automates and orchestrates automotive OTA software updates and data management for connected vehicles.

Automakers and suppliers can leverage Airbiquity’s market-leading OTA capabilities today. OTAmatic addresses the challenge of managing and executing OTA campaigns for millions of vehicles globally with a sophisticated service delivery management back-end that efficiently plans and executes multi-ECU software update and data campaigns.

Some benefits of automotive OTA include improved cybersecurity response times, significantly reduced recall expenses, and increased product and operational efficiencies to name a few. In addition to the features debuted in previous releases, OTAmatic now includes:

  • Uptane Integration: A compromise-resilient security framework featuring the Uptane software security system specifically designed for automotive.
  • Multiple and Parallel Software Updates: Supports sequential and parallel installations for firmware, system, application, and HMI software.
  • Vehicle Configurator Web Portal: Allows the creation and management of vehicle ECU inventories that can be addressed by the OTAmatic system.
  • Teraki Analytic Module Integration: Supports “edge” computing with on-board analytic module software updates and efficient data transmission from vehicle to cloud.

“As the automotive industry works to bring autonomous vehicles to our roads, automakers will use OTA systems like OTAmatic to quickly and efficiently plan and execute software update and data management campaigns,” said Kamyar Moinzadeh, president and CEO of Airbiquity. “By continuing to invest in new and valuable OTA service delivery features, we are making good on our commitment to develop unique and highly-scalable solutions meeting the demanding needs of automotive.”

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