Public Key Infrastructure for V2X
Protecting all vehicle connections with a PKI-based security module
AutoCrypt PKI is a specialized public key infrastructure for V2X, providing certificate-based authentication for OBUs and RSUs in compliance with IEEE 1609.2, and revokes existing certificates based on detected misbehavior.
AutoCrypt PKI complies with CAMP, USDOT SCMS and CCMS (Cooperative ITS Credential Management System).
AutoCrypt PKI is a crucial component of AutoCrypt V2X, AutoCrypt PnC, and is utilized across a wide range of vehicle connections including the digital key.
All You Need to Know About PKI
and stay prepared with AUTOCRYPT
The Basics of PKI
AutoCrypt PKI issues both enrolment certificates and authorization certificates to OBUs and RSUs.
Enrolment certificates are issued when the units are first registered, while authorization certificates are issued every time before a basic safety message (BSM) is sent. Authorization certificates are further broken down into pseudonym certificates (for vehicle identification), identification certificates (for infrastructure), and application certificates (for OBUs). These certificates act as IDs that prove the identity of the entity and the legitimacy of the messages.
AutoCrypt PKI provides a reliable certificate-based authentication process; a three-step process that comprises of certificate generation, distribution, and revocation.
Consistent with protocols like the SCMS, CCMS, and C-SCMS, AutoCrypt PKI is a crucial component for V2X, V2G, and a variety of vehicular communications, ensuring mutual safety for all parties.