Autonomous Vehicles: Safety, Security & Privacy

Dies ist ein vergangenes Event

9 Personen haben teilgenommen

Boltzmannstraße 3

Boltzmannstraße 3 · Garching bei München

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Interims lecture hall 2 | Raum:102 | Geschoß 1 | Gebäude: 5620 Interims-Audimax

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In 21st century the automotive industry is facing three unprecedented disruptions: 1) connected cars, 2) electrification of cars, and 3) driverless cars. All these three disruptions, especially autonomous vehicles come with safety, security and also privacy challenges that is also unprecedented in the history of automotive industry.

As far as safety is concerned the current industry standard ISO 26262 does not address autonomous driving and puts a lot of responsibility on the human driver. To cover this gap the industry is coming up with a new standard called SOTIF (Safety of the Intended Functionalities). Moreover, since the vehicles will be connected to the internet we will have security changes that can even have safety consequences. The industry standard for security that is supposed to be published by the end of 2019 or beginning 2020, ISO 21434, also does not address autonomous driving.
Regarding privacy, cars are often private spaces. With new assistants such as voice control, and with routinely transmitted data such as location, engine parameters, or temperatures, privacy becomes an issue. With new algorithms, e.g. for automatically penalising drivers or even pedestrians, the ethics of algorithms become relevant. Both affects us as programmers!
Clearly, the automotive industry needs to work on these issues and need new guidelines and standards.
The mission of our meetup group is to start a dialog and understand where the industry is going.

Program schedule:

19:00 – 19:10
Introduction of the meetup groups:
Being-Human with Algorithms / Mensch-Sein mit Algorithmen
Autonomous Vehicle Safety & Security

19:10 – 19:40
Creating a safe, modular, electronic systems architecture for Autonomous Vehicles - Stephen Norton, Managing Director, Quint Safety

19:40 – 20:10
Car meets Home - Personal Experience vs. Privacy
Dr. Marc Oliver Pahl, Head of IoT Smart Space
Orchestration team, Technische Universität

20:10 – 20:40
Automotive Security: Current Status & Future Development
Dr. Hasan I. Akram, CEO, Matrickz GmbH

20:40 – 21:10
Panel Discussion with Mario Hoffmann, Marc Oliver Pahl and
Steven Norton, Managing Director at Quint Safety GmbH,
moderated by Dr. Hasan I. Akram