RTI’s Connectivity Middleware Selected by Aptiv Autonomous Mobility to Provide Secure In-vehicle Communication for its Autonomous Vehicles

December 19, 2019 Perry Cohen

 Real-Time Innovations (RTI), an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) connectivity company, announced that Aptiv, a developer of  greener connected solutions, will work with RTI Connext DDS, as a secure tool for transferring data within self-driving vehicles. Connext DDS is a connectivity middleware for autonomous vehicles.

Aptiv will use Connext DDS within its complex autonomous systems as secure connectivity middleware for exchanging and storing data, while providing an open platform to make software module integrations smoother.

Aptiv’s autonomous mobility team develops autonomous driving systems for commercialization of Level 4 and 5 self-driving technologies. Connext DDS is a standards-based framework to support autonomous vehicle development from research to production, offering low risk solutions to tier one companies. 

RTI will be showcasing their Connext DDS product at CES 2020 in RTI’s booth #713 in the Westgate Convention Center.

For more information, please visit: https://www.rti.com/company/events/ces-2020

 

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