Join Tessent at embedded world 2022

Tools for securing the connected and autonomous vehicle.

Clear your calendar for embedded world from 21-23 June, 2022, held both live in Nuremburg, Germany and on-line so the entire embedded community around the globe can attend. The focus of embedded world this year is “safety.” You can enjoy keynotes, presentations, product demonstrations, workshops, networking and more.

Whether you attend live or via the web, here are some Tessent events you shouldn’t miss:

  1. Carlos Vrancken, product manager for Siemens’ Tessent Embedded Analytics, introduces an exciting new product that helps designers reduce time-to-market by accelerating chip validation times.
  2. In the Tessent booth, you can see the Secure-CAV Demonstrator in action. For a preview, check out this video.
  3. RISC-V roundtable: experts discuss the use of RISC-V in functional safety applications.

Demo: Securing the connected and autonomous vehicle

21 June, 1:45-3:15 PM: Session 8.2 Embedded AI Use Cases – Securing the Connected and Autonomous Vehicle

Connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) represent a major cyber security challenge. As such, a clear need exists to monitor the real-world operational behavior of SoCs used in vehicle electronics. Existing software-based monitoring has numerous problems, including the introduction of ‘heisenbugs’, lack of a system-level view, and being easily visible to hackers.

The Secure-CAV demonstrator

Secure-CAV is a collaborative project addressing the security and safety of CAVs. With funding from UKRI and PETRAS, it brings together academia and industry, including cybersecurity professionals Copper Horse; transportation experts from Coventry University; security and monitoring technology provider Siemens; and machine learning specialists at the University of Southampton.

This presentation will outline the consortium’s progress over its initial two-year lifetime, including:

  • Development of hardware-based monitoring solutions and supporting software to demonstrate the ability to perform on-chip cyber threat identification and mitigation
  • Construction of a multi-component testbed representing a flexible and functional in-vehicle architecture for real environment trials to train, test, validate and demonstrate automotive cybersecurity solutions

We present a detailed exposition of the hardware/software architecture required for detection and mitigation, with testbed results looking at common attack vectors such as odometer tampering, OBD-II port intrusion, hacking via the infotainment system, and door lock tampering.

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