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The World’s First Standard on Automotive Cybersecurity

While the media continues its examination of specific vehicle cyber incidents and their implications for the automotive industry, a group of international industry experts came together through SAE International’s ...

The Internet of Things: Connectivity — On Steroids

And now there’s the “Internet of Things.” Rapidly emerging, the IoT, to which it is often referred, is the billions of interconnected “smart” devices that enhance our daily lives and are already impacting ...

Automotive Standards for Connected Transportation – SAE Infographic Series

Full commercialization and market acceptance of connected vehicles won’t take place until issues as driver vehicle interface, system status, functional safety, cybersecurity, public acceptance, driver education, ...

Solving for Autonomous Commercial Vehicles

At the 2015 Unmanned Systems Conference this past May, a panel of industry experts provided insight into autonomous technologies from a commercial vehicle perspective, focusing on four critical areas: ...

Driving by Humans Banned as Early as 2030?

That’s what Morgan Stanley automotive analyst Adam Jonas believes is possible now that Google has hired automotive exec John Krafcik to head up Google’s Self-Driving Car Project. The hiring of Krafcik, president ...

Methodology Helps Designers Secure System Architectures

Lisa Boran, an in-vehicle security expert and Security Attribute Leader at Ford Motor Company, was recently interviewed by “Autotech Daily” about the importance of establishing procedures that would enable ...

Commercial Vehicle Cybersecurity Includes Information Sharing

Mark Brooks, Senior Research Engineer, Southwest Research Institute’s Automation and Data Systems Division, recently spoke with SAE’s Off-Highway Engineering magazine about “attribute-based encryption,” a ...

The “Glide” Path Toward Autonomous Vehicles

Many believe that as personal mobility and smart connectivity are combined, driver assistance systems will eventually morph into fully autonomous vehicles that feature V2V and V2X connectivity. At an SAE 2015 World ...

Transportation Industry’s Cybersecurity Strategic Plan

As connectivity expands throughout the transportation industry, it’s transforming security from door locks to firewalls and antivirus programs. That’s creating a lot of concern as vehicle suppliers and even U.S. ...

Reducing Accidents, Traffic Congestion, and Emissions

Traffic gridlock, accident fatalities, and vehicle emissions are not good things. So the underlying challenge for the auto industry is to develop and use technologies appropriately for society. Data shows that in ...