Upstream Security is a leading provider of cloud-based data management platform purpose-built for connected vehicles and IoT. The company has reached an agreement with Volta Commercial Vehicles, formerly known as Volta Trucks, aimed at suppyling its cutting-edge platform, safeguarding Volta’s electric fleet and new business models.

With Upstream’s platform, Volta can ensure the safety and optimal operational availability of its trucks and charging infrastructure, and protect driver and vehicle-sensitive data. The Volta Zero will participate in the 1,000 km London-to-Geneva EV Rally, providing an opportunity to showcase its unique benefits and commitment to zero-emission transportation.

Volta electric truck: cybersecurity is a priority

“Ensuring driver safety, vehicle safety, and cybersecurity resilience is a top priority for Volta,” stated Martin Hofmann, Chief Technology & Information Officer of Volta. “During our evaluation process, Upstream Security stood out as the market leader with its comprehensive approach to fleet monitoring and anomaly detection.”

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“We are honored to collaborate with the Volta team”, added Yoav Levy, CEO and Co-Founder of Upstream Security. “Electric fleets are essential for a sustainable future. Volta is pioneering a new generation of electric software-defined vehicles that empower delivery fleets with efficiency and security, while fully embracing a zero-emission mindset and the digital transformation of mobility. Beyond the many built-in features that enhance the security and safety of the Volta Zero, Upstream’s mobility detection and response platform will offer holistic monitoring and protection for the vehicles, telematics, cloud systems, and connected applications.”

In addition to partnering with Upstream Security, Volta has also teamed up with AWS, building its core platform on top of AWS IoT FleetWise. Together with AWS and Upstream, Volta unlocks the full potential of connected vehicle and IoT data, enhancing vehicle quality, performance monitoring, and ensuring optimal safety and cybersecurity resilience.

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