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Keren Terner joins the Autotalks Board of Directors as Vintage Investment Partners’ representative

Autotalks, a world leader in V2X (Vehicle-to-Everything) communication solutions, announced that Keren Terner, the former Director General at Israel’s Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Transportation, is joining the company’s Board of Directors. Terner will serve as an observer and represent Vintage Investment Partners, which has invested in Autotalks. Autotalks helps reduce collisions on roadways and improve mobility with its automotive qualified chipsets. The company’s technology is set to be mass deployed in the coming years and improve overall road safety, effectively coordinating vehicles, self-driving cars, motorcyclists, micro-mobility and pedestrians.

Keren Terner. Credit - Noa Lutsky Barot 400
Keren Terner. Credit – Noa Lutsky Barot

As part of its business momentum, Autotalks doubled its backlog orders to $200 million. During 2021, the company has also doubled the number of its automotive OEM clients to six, after winning contracts to provide its V2X chipsets to three additional top auto manufacturers – one in Europe, one in Japan, and one in China. The company has been supplying its V2X chipsets for global infrastructure and smart city projects and has secured contracts for future large-scale projects.

Autotalks CEO Hagai Zyss said, “Keren Terner brings to our board of directors rich experience in planning future transportation infrastructures in Israel. Her knowledge and experience in designing, budgeting, and implementing government transportation plans will help Autotalks save lives around the world.”

Keren Terner, a Chief Operating Partner at Vintage Investment Partners, said, “I am glad to join the Autotalks Board of Directors, and help shape the future of safety and mobility around the globe. I share Autotalks’ view that for such a future, we need to create a comprehensive ecosystem which includes OEMs, tier1s, technology providers, regulators, road users, and other stakeholders.”

Autotalks’ has raised more than $150 million since it was founded. It employs around 100 employees in Israel, Japan, South Korea, Germany, France, and Ukraine, and is now hiring.

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