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Automotive E/E Architectures with Safety Related Availability (SaRa) Requirements For Highly Autonomous Driving


A technical paper titled "Multi-objective optimization for safety-related available E/E architectures scoping highly automated driving vehicles" was written by researchers at Robert Bosch GmBbH and University of Luxembourg. Abstract: "Megatrends such as Highly Automated Driving (HAD) (SAE ≥ Level-3), electrification, and connectivity are reshaping the automotive industry. Together with th... » read more

Flexible In-Field Test of a CAN Controller


A technical paper titled "A Systematic Method to Generate Effective STLs for the In-Field Test of CAN Bus Controllers" was published by Delft University of Technology, Cadence, and Politecnico di Torino. Abstract "In order to match the strict reliability requirements mandated by regulations and standards adopted in the automotive sector, as well as other domains where safety is a major conc... » read more

EV Charging Cybersecurity Challenges (Sandia National Labs)


A technical paper titled "Review of Electric Vehicle Charger Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities, Potential Impacts, and Defenses" was published by researchers at Sandia National Laboratories. Abstract: "Worldwide growth in electric vehicle use is prompting new installations of private and public electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). EVSE devices support the electrification of the transportat... » read more

Red MicroLEDs Three Orders of Magnitude Smaller in Surface Area


A technical paper titled "N-polar InGaN/GaN nanowires: overcoming the efficiency cliff of red-emitting micro-LEDs" was published by researchers at University of Michigan. The researchers created "red-microLEDs that are nearly three orders of magnitude smaller in surface area than previously reported devices while exhibiting external quantum efficiency of ~1.2%," according to the University o... » read more

Technical and Structural Approaches To Centralize Automotive E/E Architectures


A technical paper titled "Methodical Approach for Centralization Evaluation of Modern Automotive E/E Architectures" was published by researchers at University of Stuttgart and Daimler Truck AG. Abstract: "Centralization is considered as a key enabler to master the CPU-intensive features of the modern car. The development and architecture change towards the next generation car is influenced ... » read more

Hardware Trojan Inserted Inside A RISC-V Based Automotive Telematics Control Unit


A new technical paper titled "On the Feasibility of Remotely Triggered Automotive Hardware Trojans" was written by researchers at Georgia Tech. "In this paper, we discuss how Hardware Trojans can act as the physical access intermediates to allow the remote triggering of malicious payloads embedded in ECUs, through seemingly benign wireless communication. We demonstrate a proof of concept ECU... » read more

Functional Safety Verification Of Serial Peripheral Interface


A new technical paper titled "FMEDA based Fault Injection to Validate Safety Architecture of SPI" was published by researchers at R.V. College of Engineering in India and Analog Devices. Abstract "The integration of advanced technologies into Electrical Vehicles (EV) has been increasing in recent times, so it has become crucial to evaluate the risk of the technologies that are deployed into... » read more

Evaluation of Automotive HW Trust Anchors Regarding Their Feasibility In Vehicle Architectures


A new technical paper titled "Analysis and Evaluation of Hardware Trust Anchors in the Automotive Domain" was published by researchers at Fraunhofer Institute SIT and CARIAD. Abstract "Automotive architectures get increasingly more complex both regarding internal as well as external connections to offer new services like autonomous driving. This development further broadens the cyberattack ... » read more

Overview of Hardware-In-The-Loop (HIL) Simulations


This technical paper titled "Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulations: A Historical Overview of Engineering Challenges" was published by researchers at University of Maribor, Slovenia. Abstract: "The design of modern industrial products is further improved through the hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation. Realistic simulation is enabled by the closed loop between the hardware under test (HUT) and ... » read more

Synergies And Limitations Between Road Infrastructure And Automated Driving


This new technical paper titled "Road Infrastructure Challenges Faced by Automated Driving: A Review" was published by researchers at Graz University of Technology (Austria), University of Zagreb (Croatia), AKKA I&S (France). Abstract "Automated driving can no longer be referred to as hype or science fiction but rather a technology that has been gradually introduced to the market. The recen... » read more

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