W07 New Platforms for Future Cars: Safety and Security Challenges

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Date: 
2017-03-31
Time: 
08:30-17:30
Location / Room: 
TBA

Organiser

Selma Saidi, Hamburg University of Technology, DE (Contact Selma Saidi)

The automotive industry is rapidly moving towards the adoption of new hardware solutions, such as multi- and many-core processors, in order to comply with the increasingly number of ECUs and the high computational power required by future autonomous cars and advanced vision processing. The automotive industry has focused for many years on safety to gain expertise and maturity in building robust and safe cars. Today, with the emerging trends in the automotive domain such as autonomous driving, V2X communication and Internet of Cars, security is also arising as a major concern for many automotive players. Therefore, new architecture solutions pose numerous challenges besides the burden of migrating legacy code. This involves data fusion and processing of a multitude of sensors piling into autonomous cars, mapping affecting processing power demands in new systems architectures, the verication and validation of timing safety and providing secure interfaces to connect the cars to each other and to the outside world. The topic of "Automotive and Secure Systems" has drew a lot of attention during DATE 2016 event in Dresden, the purpose of this year workshop is to bring a more detailed and technical discussion about the subject and therefore the research challenges that can be tackled by the DATE community at the software and the hardware level.

The workshop will include only invited talks, with speakers from industry, namely Infineon, Bosch, Daimler, NXP, Kalray and ESCRYPT, and two distinguished speakers from academia with a long experience in the field. The workshop will be organized in the form of 3 main sessions:

  • Session 1 presents a panel of existing new hardware solutions considered by the automotive domain.
  • Session 2 presents the scientific problems related to the use of these new platforms and some of the proposed approaches to solve them.
  • Session 3 is dedicated to cyber security aspects in future cars.

Agenda

TimeLabelSession
08:30W07.1Welcome and Opening

Organiser:
Selma Saidi, Hamburg University of Technology, DE, Contact Selma Saidi

08:40W07.2Session 1: New Hardware Solution for Future Cars
08:40W07.2.1Engineering Dependable Platforms for Automated Driving
Simon Burton, Robert Bosch GmbH, DE

09:10W07.2.2Why Multi-Core Microcontroller Architectures like AURIX will be ubiquitous in Autonomous Cars
Albrecht Mayer, Infineon Technologies AG, DE

09:40W07.2.3Consolidating High-Performance and High-Integrity Autonomous Driving Functions on the MPPA Manycore Processor
BenoƮt Dupont de Dinechin, Kalray S.A., FR

10:10W07.3Coffee break
10:30W07.4Session 2: Predictability and Efficiency in Multicore Architectures
10:30W07.4.1Efficient Usage of Many-core Heterogeneous Processor Architectures in Critical Real-time Embedded Systems
Eduardo Quinones, Barcelona Supercomputing Center, ES

11:00W07.4.2A Scalable Approach For Parallelizing Legacy Embedded Control Software
Hermann von Hasseln, Daimler AG, DE

11:30W07.4.3LET Based Communication for Heterogeneous Workloads in Multicore Systems
Rolf Ernst, TU Braunschweig, DE

12:00W07.5Lunch break
13:00W07.6Session3: Embedded Security in Cars
13:00W07.6.1Trends in Automotive Security
Andre Osterhues, ESCRYPT Inc., DE

13:30W07.6.2Securing the Connected Car
Timo van Roermund, NXP Semiconductors, Hamburg, DE

14:00W07.6.3Automotive Microcontrollers - its not just all about safety and security.
Glenn Farrall, Infineon Technologies AG, Bristol,, GB

14:30W07.7Coffee break
15:00W07.8Panel Discussion
15:00W07.8.1Panel1: The Role of Hardware Design in Safety and Security

15:30W07.8.2Panel2: Automotive IoT: The Challenge of Communication and Software Integration

16:00W07.9Closing Session