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AUTOCRYPT Introduces V2X and In-Vehicle Security to Europe with New Munich Office
AUTOCRYPT picked Munich as its first European office because to its strategic location on the continent and is already in discussions with many European OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers about developing business development and cooperative R&D partnerships.
FREMONT, CA: AUTOCRYPT, a leading mobility security solutions provider, has declared the opening of its first European office in Munich, Germany, in June 2021. AUTOCRYPT Technologies GmbH is intended to play a vital role in the company's active collaboration with European OEMs on developing V2X, in-vehicle, and Plug&Charge security solutions, as well as ongoing conversations to contribute in the development of Europe's Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS).
AUTOCRYPT picked Munich as its first European office because of its strategic location on the continent. It is already in discussions with many European OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers about developing business development and cooperative R&D partnerships. Munich is an ideal contact location for European-based C-ITS innovations and Plug&Charge projects, as it is at the hub of both an automotive powerhouse and a huge transcontinental road network.
"Europe will play a large role in the mobility revolution, which will require comprehensive security. Hence our goal is to introduce AUTOCRYPT's world-class technologies and solutions in V2X, in-vehicle, and Plug&Charge to European OEMs, suppliers, and regulators," stated Daniel ES Kim, AUTOCRYPT's CEO and co-Founder. "We expect the Munich office to bring us closer to our business partners in Europe, serving as a solid foundation for our long-term plans."
AUTOCRYPT's V2X-PKI technology, as the sole V2X security supplier for South Korean C-ITS projects, goes beyond the SCMS and EU CCMS standards, with a single platform issuing certificates for both. It has also developed various in-vehicle security solutions for global OEMs in accordance with the UNECE's WP.29 cybersecurity rules.