Swedish transport giant Volvo has invested in Israeli automotive cybersecurity company Upstream Security to fund the development of systems to protect connected vehicles following the introduction of data-driven technologies.
Global sales of electric vehicles are expected to reach about two million in 2019. up from 1.2 million units in 2017, the global industry analysis firm Counterpoint Research says, adding that by 2025, this number is forecast to grow to 10 million.
Ericsson and Zenuity are collaborating to develop the “Zenuity Connected Cloud” and accelerate the speed to market for new vehicle safety technologies, in-vehicle software, safety data and IoT with end-to-end security.
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