Trillium’s Cybersecurity Suite Integrates with UEC’s Power Management Systems in U.S. Military Tanks and Heavy Vehicles
ANN ARBOR, MI – SEPTEMBER 24, 2018 – Trillium Secure, Inc. (Trillium), the leader in vehicle cybersecurity and secure data lifecycle management, is partnering with UEC Electronics (UEC) to explore the development of a multi-layered, rugged and adaptable cyber-defense for military vehicles.
“Trillium’s software platform is an excellent fit with our mission critical electronic hardware products,” said David Taylor, Director of Business Development at UEC Electronics.
Synergies between Trillium’s cybersecurity professionals and UEC’s electronic and power experts include the combined know-how to develop a modular lifecycle cybersecurity assurance platform.
“It’s an honor to have Trillium’s technology doing its part in protecting our troops on the modern battlefield,” said David Uze, CEO and Founder of Trillium. “Our partnership with UEC will facilitate the development of a wide range of solutions to defend military vehicles against cyber-attacks during their missions and throughout their lifecycle.”
About Trillium Secure, Inc.
Trillium Secure keeps your connected and autonomous vehicles safe and your private information confidential through a cybersecurity platform as a subscription service. Trillium’s software products are used by automotive OEMs, aerospace and defense organizations, insurance companies and ride-share services to form a multi-layered defense against cyber-attacks. Trillium’s in-vehicle network protection, machine learning algorithms, secure over-the-air updates, and security operations center serve a critical component to the widespread adoption of connected and autonomous vehicles. Trillium R&D and operations centers are in Sunnyvale, Ann Arbor, Ho Chi Minh City and Tokyo. For more information visit www.TrilliumSecure.com and follow us on LinkedIn.
UEC has specialized in the development and production of mission critical electronic hardware products for the Army, Navy and Marine Corps for over 20 years. UEC has developed military vehicle electronics from MRAP power distribution units (PDUs) to whole system Vehicle Electrical Architectures (VEA) for Marine Corps combat vehicles. Founded in 1995, UEC Electronics is a subsidiary of Arotech’s (Nasdaq ARTX) Power Systems Division. The Arotech Power Systems Division develops and provides sophisticated portable energy solutions designed to complex and demanding customer specifications. These solutions are used for diverse applications from vehicle power, clean energy power generation, power distribution and management, military field equipment to life-vest lights, satellite radios and unmanned vehicles. Arotech’s solutions are produced primarily for military, aerospace and industrial customers.
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