UMTRI and its partners have maintained dominance in the field of connected vehicle transportation, including research and deployments. The Ann Arbor living lab serves as a reference environment for other connected vehicle deployments including the U.S. DOT’s pilots in New York, Florida and Wyoming
WILMINGTON, Mass. (PRWEB) October 16, 2018
OnBoard Security®, an industry leader in automotive cyber security solutions, announced today that their Aerolink® Communications Security is being used to protect Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communications for the Ann Arbor Connected Vehicle Test Environment (AACVTE) project.
The Ann Arbor based connected vehicle and infrastructure living laboratory will include approximately 3000 vehicles and over 100 miles of roads. The living lab included the onboard units provided by Danlaw and Aptiv and road side units (RSUs) from Lear and Savari, all of which use Aerolink Communications Security.
OnBoard Security’s Aerolink Communications Security libraries implement the IEEE 1609.2 standard for connected vehicle security which defines how to sign and verify transmitted messages, protect driver privacy and ignore misbehaving vehicles. Aerolink Communications Security has been used in almost every pilot deployment as well as the Cadillac CTS, the first production vehicle to offer V2X capability.
“We are proud to work closely with UMTRI and our industry partners by contributing our cybersecurity expertise in the Ann Arbor deployment,” explained Mark Peters, Automotive Business Development Director for OnBoard Security.
“UMTRI and its partners have maintained dominance in the field of connected vehicle transportation, including research and deployments. The Ann Arbor living lab serves as a reference environment for other connected vehicle deployments including the U.S. DOT’s pilots in New York, Florida and Wyoming,” said Debby Bezzina
In 2012, UMTRI and the U.S. Department of Transportation launched the Safety Pilot Model Deployment (SPMD), a $50 million research project to assess the effectiveness of connected vehicle safety applications at reducing crashes. Building on the success of SPMD, UMTRI and its partners are expanding the existing infrastructure footprint from northeast Ann Arbor to the entire 27 square miles of the city of Ann Arbor with additional vehicle deployments.
About OnBoard Security
OnBoard Security was created to help automotive and IoT organizations stay ahead of the curve through superior cybersecurity. For over 10 years, the world-renowned experts at OnBoard Security have been pioneering technologies that protect the Internet of Things, now and for the future. We address three significant challenges; ensuring the security and privacy of autonomous and connected vehicles, making hardware roots of trust easy to use, and avoiding the existential threat from quantum computers to the integrity of the internet. To learn more about our solutions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 1965, UMTRI is a global leader in transportation research and a partner of choice for industry leaders, foundations, and government agencies. UMTRI is one of the largest research institutes at U-M in terms of research expenditures, at $20 million annually. The institute has conducted over 1,000 research projects and collected hundreds of terabytes of data. Our multidisciplinary research includes short and long-term projects in areas involving social and behavioral analyses, accident data collection, traffic safety analysis, and standards development and testing, as well as the deployment and evaluation of new safety and mobility technologies.
UMTRI is globally recognized for its approach to research, as well as the implementation of large-scale projects in transportation and safety. Working with its partners including Mcity, the U.S. Department of Transportation and the city of Ann Arbor, UMTRI currently maintains the world’s largest connected vehicle and infrastructure deployment. The Ann Arbor Connected Vehicle Test Environment (AACVTE) involves 3,000 vehicles, as well as infrastructure throughout the city.