February 10, 2021 – Aurora Labs, the creators of Self-Healing Software, today announced that the Company has been chosen to participate in SmartCityX, a global collaborative identifying next-generation technologies to enrich lives and create more equitable and inclusive communities. Aurora Labs is one of 95 companies chosen by Scrum Ventures, an early-stage venture firm, and its partners, including Woven Planet Holdings, Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Co.,Ltd., Idemitsu Kosan Co., Ltd., SEKISUI CHEMICAL CO., LTD., NIPPON TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE WEST CORPORATION, Nihon Unisys Ltd., Hakuhodo Incorporated, and East Japan Railway Company.
Aurora Labs’ product portfolio includes Auto Detect, Auto Fix, Auto Update and Auto Validate, enabling manufacturers to understand device software behavior at the line-of-code level, resulting in the ability to predict software failures, easily rollback to previous software versions, deliver over-the-air software updates and validate the entire process.
“Being chosen to participate in SmartCityX is another validation of the need for smart and connected devices, infrastructures and cities to continuously learn and improve. Predictive software maintenance will keep smart city infrastructures up-and-running 24×7. The goal of ‘identifying next-generation technologies to enrich lives and create more equitable and inclusive communities,’ is a lofty one and we welcome the challenge,” said Roger Ordman, EVP, Aurora Labs.
According to Michael Proman, Managing Director, Scrum Ventures.”The SmartCityX program has chosen best-in-class startups from around the world with the aim of putting technology, data, and resources to work to make better decisions and enhance the quality of life for our diverse communities. We chose Aurora Labs because understanding software and how it behaves is a crucial part of creating a smart city full of all types of connected devices – from cars and street lights, to vending machines and kiosks.”
- More than one-fifth of industry experts expect software sales to account for at least ten percent of carmakers’ sales as early as 2027
- More than half (53%) of respondents expect setback for electric offensive due to semiconductor shortage
- 45% of respondents expect each connected vehicle to receive up to six OTA updates per year from 2025 onwards
About Aurora Labs
Aurora Labs has reinvented remote software management, remote diagnostics, and over-the-air (OTA) updates for the automotive and IoT industries. Using machine learning algorithms to analyze risks and changes in the software functionality and behavior, Aurora Labs’ Line-Of-Code Behavior technology improves the user experience and lowers the cost of software quality, safety and security.
Aurora Labs’ Self-Healing Software solutions continuously collect actionable data, enabling pre-error detection of line-of-code faults, software error fixes on-the-go, reliable and cost-effective OTA updates without any downtime for the user and software change validation to streamline regulation and certification.
Aurora Labs, founded in 2016, has raised $34m and has been granted dozens of patents. Aurora Labs has customers around the world and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel, with offices in Germany, North Macedonia and the US.