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Deep data analytics to increase reliability of V2X chipsets

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ProteanTecs, a specialist in deep data analytics, has announced that Autotalks has selected its health and performance monitoring solutions to enhance reliability of the latter’s TEKTON3 and SECTON3 chipsets, which support 5G vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication.

“Autotalks’ V2X chipsets are ushering in the new era of road safety and shaping the future of mobility,” said Gal Carmel, ProteanTecs’ EVP and GM of automotive. “Their sensors must operate robustly at high ambient temperature for roof installation. Autotalks will now achieve in-depth and high-visibility coverage during all chip production stages, while enhancing on-the-road reliability.”

ProteanTecs’ cloud and edge analytics provide actionable insights and predictive data about the chipset’s performance and quality, during production testing and in lifetime usage. The company provides monitoring solutions for ADAS, electric vehicles and autonomous applications. By incorporating ProteanTecs as part of its zero defects program, Autotalks is giving automotive OEMs the ability to predictively monitor reliability with greater certainty.

“Autotalks sees reliability as a key requirement since the prime goal of V2X is automatically braking the car to avoid a crash. Our next generation chipsets are the first to support ISO 26262 ASIL B system certification. In addition, in order to provide long-term reliability and stable performance, we need exceptional visibility into the electronics,” concluded Alberto Burger, VP of Operation, Quality and Reliability, Autotalks. “ProteanTecs will give us the data we need to assure rigorous quality with predictive in-chip monitoring.”

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