Irdeto and Conjure are using Intertraffic to present what they claim is the most secure, policy-based vehicle access and safety solution in the connected transport industry.
Using a mobile device with a companion application, the solution eliminates the need for physical keys to a car while also providing car and fleet owners with the ability to securely and intuitively provision and manage a host of new car sharing/car riding experiences.
Keystone combines secure, tamper-proof policy management that prevents a multitude of potential vehicle hacks, including man-in-the-middle and man-at-the-end attacks, remote and in-vehicle tampering, and reverse engineering.
The solution enables OEMs to provide consumers with the convenience, flexibility and customisation they expect to safely manage and operate today’s connected cars and autonomous vehicles.
Keystone provides consumers with the ability to customise their driving experience by enforcing vehicle usage policies by authenticated user, including speed limit, time of use, geolocking and number of passengers in the vehicle. Policies are controlled by the vehicle owner: keys issued to individuals are tied to policies created by the owner.