Autotalks is a fabless semiconductor company devoted to vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communications for manned and autonomous vehicles. Founded in 2008, the company is privately held with strong financial backing from leading global venture capital funds, OEMs and Tier1s. The company headquarters are in Israel with offices in North America, Germany, France, China, Japan and Korea.
Autotalks’ market-first 2nd generation chipsets deliver the highest performance and reliability, and are deployed in numerous exciting connectivity and autonomous-driving projects driven by OEMs and Tier1s worldwide. Autotalks is the only company providing a global V2X solution compatible with any V2X technology while adhering to stringiest security, functional safety and reliability automotive requirements.
Compliance with international and national standards and interoperability with a wide variety of devices, protocols and applications have been demonstrated in multiple events and labs. Autotalks’ advanced technology, to be mass deployed in the coming years, complements the information coming from other sensors, specifically in non-line-of-sight scenarios, rough weather or poor lighting conditions.
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