New OEM contract wins boost Autotalks’ order book

New OEM contract wins boost Autotalks’ order book

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By Christoph Hammerschmidt

The V2X market in which Autotalks is operating is growing rapidly. Virtually all RFIs (Requests for Information) or RFQs (Requests for Quotes) of Telematics Control Units (TCUs) in 2021 required the installation of V2X devices. Alternatively, some OEMs are adding dedicated standalone V2X Electronic Control Units (ECUs). This trend was partly driven by the perpetrations toward the inclusion of V2X in the safety performance assessment program EuroNCAP in Europe and the similar Chinese program C-NCAP. And now the Israeli company has bagged three more contracts with OEMs in Europe and Asia. As usual in such cases, Autotalks declinded to unveil the name of its customers.

“There are good reasons why 2021 was a very good year for us,” said Hagai Zyss, CEO of Autotalks. “Autotalks offers the world’s only dual mode V2X chipset solution, which suits both the DSRC protocol that is used in Europe, and the C-V2X protocol that is used in the US and China. We offer flexible architecture, backed up by an innovative roadmap which matches the requirements of OEMs. On top of that, our V2X system is isolated in a way that provides the highest possible security and safety.”

The company has been supplying its V2X chipsets for global infrastructure and smart city projects and has secured contracts for future large projects. For the year ahead, Zyss remains optimistic, expecting additional major contract wins. “Simultaneously, we aim to use our V2X-based micro-mobility platform, ZooZ, in order to expand safety for vulnerable road users such as cyclists and e-scooter riders,” Zyss said.

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