Transportation security company Autocrypt has joined the 5G Automotive Association (5GAA) to develop 5G-based services for future mobility.
Members of the association, which was founded in 2016, are developing the next generation of connected mobility and automated vehicle solutions, and testing integration into smart cities and intelligent transportation.
Autocrypt is developing road safety and cooperative intelligent transportation systems (C-ITS) technologies to make transportation safer, greener and more enjoyable.
The South Korean company offers a suite of security services to solve vulnerabilities across connected and autonomous vehicle environments.
Public Key Infrastructure and vehicle-to-anything provides certificate management and encryption across smart road environments.
Daniel Kim, CEO of Autocrypt, said, “What’s most important in the autonomous driving environment is the technologies that can guarantee the safety of communications between intelligent transport services.
“We believe 5GAA and Autocrypt together can play an enormous role in the development of 5G-V2X, which will eventually ease the global roll-out of connected mobility and automated vehicles.”