BlackBerry launches security credential management system for intelligent transportation, smart cities
BlackBerry said it is launching a security credential management service designed for smart cities and transportations services so self-sufficient vehicles can safely speak with foundation.
The Security Credential Management Service (SCMS) is accessible with no service expenses for open office and automakers with smart city and connected vehicle pilots. The exertion is a piece of BlackBerry's push into the Internet of things, transportation and smart cities.
As per Mark Wilson, BlackBerry CMO, the SCMS service will at first dispatch in Ottawa for a self-governing vehicle test track under the Invest Ottawa program. The system permits framework like activity lights to associate with vehicles and in addition oversee open keys to trade data.
For BlackBerry, the SCMS service is a piece of a stack designed for automakers and organizations and governments associated with smart framework. BlackBerry's QNX working system has a huge impression in the car business. BlackBerry additionally has a security service portfolio and as of late obtained Cylance to work out the business.
Jim Alfred, general chief of BlackBerry's Certicom, said the SCMS service is designed for transnational arrangements interfacing roadways, cities and vehicles. He noticed that the U.S. Bureau of Transportation has pilots for connected vehicles and data trade. "We developed a generation system that can interoperate with connected vehicle pilots and also new pilots," he said.
One intelligent transportation of the utilization case would be an activity system advising a vehicle and driver to be prepared in light of the fact that a light is turning green in 10 seconds. The SCMS service, based on BlackBerry Certicom innovation, would give general society key framework (PKI) to oversee declarations to anchor correspondence.