Innovative Cybersecurity Solutions Accelerate TTM For The Software-Defined Vehicle

The automotive industry is undergoing a transformative shift towards the software-defined vehicle (SDV), signaling a new era that prioritizes customer-centric mobility and presents new, data-based revenue opportunities across the automotive value chain and ecosystem. However, this transition also presents many challenges, from managing increasingly complex hardware (HW) and software (SW) design... » read more

Enable Application Design Without Considering Device Configuration

The software-defined vehicle, which defines in-vehicle value through software, requires new applications to be deployed in a variety of vehicle models. To achieve this, developers need a solution that allows them to easily develop applications without considering device configuration in the ECU and to take maximum performance of the hardware. However, there are currently issues (figure 1). W... » read more

Navigating The Intersection Of Safety And Security

Vehicle systems and the semiconductors used within them are some of the most complex electronics seen today. In the past, electronics going into vehicle systems implemented flat architectures with isolated functions controlling various components of the power train and vehicle dynamics. However, to support the realization of Level 4 and Level 5 (L4/L5) autonomous driving, a massive restructure ... » read more

Fuzz Testing Software-Defined Vehicles Using Agent Instrumentation

Cybersecurity has become intertwined into each step of the automotive development process. In particular, fuzz testing has proven to be a powerful approach to detect unknown vulnerabilities in automotive systems. But with limited instrumentation, especially on software-heavy systems such as high-performance computers (HPCs), several types of issues go undetected, including memory leaks and case... » read more

Automotive Outlook: 2022

The auto industry is widening its focus this year, migrating to new architectures that embrace better security, faster data movement, and eventually more manageable costs. The auto industry is facing both short-term and long-term challenges. In the short term, the chip shortage continues to top the list of concerns for the world's automakers. That shortage has delayed new vehicle deliveries,... » read more