Giesecke + Devrient (G + D) starts Sm @ rtSIM® CX Luna1.3M, a new range of security chips for the automotive industry. They are based on Infineon’s next-generation SLI37 automotive security controller and offer a multifunctional platform for eSIM applications, IoT and digital car key solutions.
The automotive industry is in a state of upheaval. One of the most important drivers of this transformation is the connected car. More and more vehicles are connecting to cellular networks to connect to emergency call systems and enable advanced functions such as telematics services. At the same time, the driver’s need for cellular connectivity for infotainment applications is increasing. Additional challenges arise from the development of autonomous driving, as this technology places high demands on the bandwidth of the network connections.
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