Standards for Trustworthy Autonomous Vehicles

Nurturing the Era of E2E Mobility as a Service

Highly automated cars will be smart due to computerization and software embedded intelligence. They will communicate with each other and the infrastructure, sense and landscape the surrounding, and maneuver in an ever more changing environment according to their capabilities. Drivers will be operators and eventually passengers. Future self-driving vehicles will open up new opportunities for e2e-Mobility as a Service (MaaS). 

In order to be widely accepted and adopted autonomous vehicles have to be trustworthy, i.e. they have to be safe, secure, reliable, resilient and more. What constitutes trustworthiness depending on circumstances and purpose is not a given in a straight forward manner. Safety has to be secured for connected cars, in particular when they also sense the environment.  The risk related to black box AI embedded functionality must be limited, and there are more dependencies to be carefully traded off.

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Trustworthiness as Key Enabler Connected Services in Mobility (PDF)
Jürgen Neises: Fujitsu
Thomas Walloschke: Secon Trust Consult

The global Cyber Security Approach (Summary Webinar) (PDF)
Riccardo Mariani: VP Industry Safety, NVIDIA

Securing Connected Autonomous Vehicles as an Industry Global Collaboration Opportunities for Competitors (PDF)
Tobias Gaertner: BMW NJ

Above and Beyond Standardization Operational Aspects of Technology Evergreening and Digital Products (PDF)
Philipp Schneidenbach: Ventum Consulting

Cyber Digital Twin and Automotive SW Harmonization (PDF)
Michael Engstler: CTO and Co Founder, Cybellum

The iamts Approach to Cybersecurity Testing (PDF)
Eddie Labeznik: Chairman Study Group, iamts
Hermann Brand: Co Chairman, iamts TLC

Structured Approaches to Automotive Cybersecurity Testing  (PDF)
Stefan Marksteiner: AVL


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