Hella Gutmann Solutions plans solutions for authorized vehicle diagnostics

by admin July 14, 2019 at 4:06 am
The CSC-Tool Mobile can be assembled in just a few minutes.
The CSC-Tool Mobile can be assembled in just a few minutes.

New Delhi: With the connected car technology being improved, concerns over data security is also increasing.

To prevent the data of connected cars from unauthorized access, Hella Gutmann Solutions is planning to build solutions for authorized diagnostics of the vehicles.

The company is planning to build mega macs that will enable the users to diagnose future vehicles using the usual and permitted amount of data available under the law. This will become a ‘car wall’ for the vehicles like a firewall in computers, claims the company in a release.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has already started delivering its latest vehicles with the “Security gate” system. Other auto manufacturers are also developing similar safety concepts for their new vehicles.

Hella Gutmann Solutions’ planned solution will enable the implementation of the required authentication functions in the mega macs software, the company claims. It also says these functions will be available to customers via software updates.

Besides that, HGS has launched the CSC-Tool Mobile (Camera & Sensor calibration tool) recalibration tool for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). The CSC-Tool Mobile is engineered to the same exacting criteria as the standard version that was launched last year.

The company claims, being portable this ADAS recalibration tool will help the engineers in the automotive industry in a more efficient way than the standard tool. Also, with the usage of ADAS technology increasing in the automobile industry, this tool is expected to find more takers.

The CSC-Tool Mobile can be assembled in just a few minutes, claims the company in a release.

Just like the standard tool, the portable CSC-Tool Mobile is fully compatible with HGS mega macs range of vehicle diagnostic tools.

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