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Misbehavior Detection and Reaction in Connected, Automated Driving

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  • When: April 15, 2021 | 6 p.m. Central European Summer Time(UTC+02)

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    Who: Prof. Dr. Frank Kargl Director of the Institute of Distributed Systems at Ulm University at Ulm University

    Misbehavior Detection and Reaction in Connected, Automated Driving

    Misbehavior Detection in cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems deals with the detection of incorrect information that is communicated between vehicles. When moving to automated driving, reliance on incorrect information from other vehicles can be fatal and needs to be avoided at all cost. Misbehavior Detection Systems can help to identify such untrustworthy information but this only opens up the question: what to do then? Should data simply be filtered out? Should it be corrected where possible? Should a control algorithm be designed in a way that it can deal with untrustworthy input data? In our research we investigate such questions using the example of Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control. In the talk, Frank Kargl will give an overview over existing research on misbehavior detection and then discuss different strategies how this can be extended towards Misbehavior Reaction.

    About the Presenter:

    Prof. Kargl is the director of the Institute of Distributed Systems at Ulm University where he – among others topics – investigates the security and privacy of automotive systems. Currently, he acts as the scientific lead of the German research project SecForCARs which investigates security of connected, automated driving.



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