Technology

Tenable®, Inc., the Cyber Exposure company, today announced its participation at the Gulf Information Security Expo & Conference (GISEC), which will be held at the Dubai World Trade Center from April 1-3, 2019. Tenable will showcase its Cyber Exposure platform, including its recently announced Predictive Prioritization offering, to highlight new approaches to vulnerability management at the Middle East’s largest cybersecurity exhibition.

Al-Futtaim Toyota announces the arrival of the new Land Cruiser VXR Grand Touring Sport (GTS). Having firmly positioned itself as the king of all terrains, the mighty Toyota Land Cruiser GTS is set to dominate the concrete jungle once more.

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) launches the new eK Wagon height-wagon keicar, the first full model change in six years, and adds a new eK X(1) crossover SUV variant to the lineup. Both models go on sale today at MMC dealerships throughout Japan, with manufacturer's recommended retail prices ranging from Yen1,296,000 to Yen1,506,600 for the eK Wagon and from Yen1,414,800 to Yen1,765,800 for the eK X (incl. 8% consumption tax).

BMW i is preparing to launch the next generation of solely electrically powered models. Three of the brand’s electric models are currently going through a key phase of their series development process at the BMW Group’s winter test centre in Arjeplog, Sweden. Together with the BMW iX3 already due to go on sale next year, the BMW i4 and the BMW iNEXT, being brought to market in 2021, are also completing an intensive test programme. Within the framework of comprehensive vehicle testing, their drive and suspension components are being put to the test under extreme weather and road conditions. The testing area situated at the edge of the Arctic Circle provides the ideal requirements for this purpose. On the icy surfaces of frozen lakes, on snow and in the bitter cold, the electric motors, the high-voltage batteries and the power electronics of BMW eDrive technology as well as the suspension control systems are demonstrating their high level of performance and reliability.

Three new automobile manufacturers--SUBARU, Nissan, and Mazda--are to participate in D-Call Net, which comprises the certified non-profit organization Emergency Medical Network of Helicopter (HEM-Net), automobile manufacturers, and service providers. Now, a total of nine organizations will contribute to improvements in the survival rate of traffic accident victims throughout Japan.