LAUNCHING OF THE AUTOMOTIVE CYBERSECURITY LAB BY UTAC CERAM
In order to answer to more and the ever present cybersecurity challenges in the transportation sector, UTAC CERAM is launching its first laboratory entirely dedicated to automotive cybersecurity. As cybersecurity is now beginning to enteri automotive regulations where connected and automated systems are increasing, The UTAC CERAM Group has acquired the skills and expertise in order to implement tests, test methodologies and even the rights to develop the new measures to be adopted. The aim of this laboratory is to carry out various studies on new technologies emerging in the automotive industry: C-ITS, automated systems, smartgrid etc which will be presented at the next UTAC CERAM Automotive Cybersecurity Tech-Day on December 2, 2020.
This new automotive cybersecurity laboratory is naturally integrated into the Group’s autonomous and connected vehicle testing centre: TEQMO. Launched just one year ago, TEQMO is dedicated to the testing,development and approval of automated and connected vehicles. Located in the centre of the Linas-Montlhéry autodrome, TEQMO consists of 12 km of dedicated test tracks fully equipped with 5G connectivity, thanks to partnerships with Orange, Ericsson and Bouygues Telecom.