A new publication of the Safety and Security group has published in the journal Vehicular Communications

Future transportation is expected to be connected, cooperative, and highly automated, posing new challenges for the automotive industry.

The Safety and Security Research Group at BME Automated Drive issued a new publication by authors Zsombor Pethő, Zsolt SZALAY, Ph.D. and Arpad TOROK focusing on safety matters of V2V communication, especially considering cyberattack-sensitive network performance and vehicle dynamics factors.

They have laid the foundations for a new test methodology, which allows the examination of safety and cybersecurity aspects together. This new concept will be applicable in the homologation and autonomous vehicle control as well.

Read the publication and learn more about the novel #SRI indicator and other #CCAM system safety factors here: