Trillium Secure announced that it will launch its Trusted Mobility Platform and Services, an end-to-end ecosystem of trust designed to enable transportation providers’ entry into the $1.5 trillion marketplace for trusted vehicle data, applications, and services. Trillium’s Trusted Mobility Platform and Services are predicated on establishing two distinct elements of trust—security and data integrity. Trust begins in the electronic control units (ECUs) within the vehicle where raw data is derived. A contiguous chain of trust is extended into the cloud where blockchain technology encapsulates and verifies data for machine learning processing and secure mobility commerce.
“The industry’s top minds have been searching for what to do with the explosion of data created by connected vehicles,” said David Uze, CEO and founder of Trillium Secure. “Our platform and trusted data services address the $1.5 trillion question of how to unify mobility-as-a-service providers, technologies like artificial intelligence, and the necessary qualities of security and data integrity, towards the cause of transforming transportation as we know it.”
Trillium will host multiple expert panels each day at its CES 2019 booth (#501 in Westgate) beginning January 8, at 11:00 a.m. on the topic of “Preserving Safety and Data Privacy in Connected Vehicles.” Another expert panel, “Data is the New Currency – How to Turn Data Into Revenue,” takes place on Jan. 9 at 11:00 a.m. at the Trillium booth. Industry leaders will give their perspectives on the realities and challenges associated with the rapid digitalization of the transportation industry. Finally, Trillium technologies will be demonstrated.
“With exponential growth in the number of connected vehicles, monetizing the emerging data is a crucial emerging business model for OEMs and vendors,” said Praveen Chandrasekar, Vice President at Frost & Sullivan.