The Aurora Labs startup software company announced that it raised $ 2.7 million in seed investments from investors such as Maniv Investments, LLC through its Israeli fund Maniv Mobility; Tel Aviv company VC MizMaa Ventures; New York’s VC Expansion Venture Capital; and Trucks Venture Capital, which invests in standalone and related technologies.
The headquarters of Aurora Labs is located in Tel Aviv, the company develops technology for software maintenance for connected vehicles. The Aurora Labs system uses computer training to monitor software for vehicles, detect anomalies, before they lead to failures in critical automotive systems such as airbags, brakes and steering. To do this, you enter a software update to resolve these issues.
Zohar Fox, co-founder and CEO of Aurora Labs, said that his company’s technology already prevents the reuse of software. "New cars now come with very sophisticated software, exposing them to numerous vulnerabilities, such as software errors and calibration problems," Fox said. "By improving the process of detection and resolution, we help the industry shift from expensive car repairs to simple updates on the go, which can even be performed when the car is on the move."
Recently, we told that the startup X-Matik is going to turn any car into drone.