Nexus' software components have new names:

Nexus PRIME -> Smart ID Identity Manager
Nexus Certificate Manager -> Smart ID Certificate Manager
Nexus Hybrid Access Gateway -> Smart ID Digital Access component
Nexus Personal -> Smart ID clients

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Nexus Smart ID IoT is a flexible and scalable certificate authority (CA) software, which enables you to register, issue and manage electronic identities for devices in typical IoT use cases.


Use cases

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Identities for LTE networks - LTE PKI

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Identities for vehicle-to-everything - V2X PKI

Nexus' solution for protecting vehicle-to-everything (V2X, Car2X) communication with PKI certificates is high-performing, compliant with common standards and proven in large-scale applications. 


Identities for vehicle-to-grid - V2G PKI

Nexus' solution for protecting vehicle-to-grid communication (V2G) with PKI certificates is compliant with common standards and used in plug & charge applications. 


PKI for vehicle ID

Nexus' PKI platform can issue certificate-based vehicle IDs to identify the vehicle over its lifetime. Vehicle IDs can be issued to any vehicles, such as cars, trucks and electric bikes, and typically includes the vehicle identification number (VIN). 


Nexus IoT PKI use cases

PKI for general IoT applications

Nexus' PKI solutions for general IoT applications include issuing factory certificates for identification of devices from start, and issuing certificates for secure communication with or between devices in IoT applications.

Research projects

Nexus are involved in several research projects in the IoT PKI area. For more information, see Research projects for IoT PKI



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