Wyly Wade

Testing shows that connected cars with autonomous self-driving features can be hacked with in 63 meters by a key fob, cyber security can stop the attack

The pilot project used methods developed by the University of Virginia with the Department of Defense for identifying cyber attacks on the car’s key functions. The team simulated realistic cyber attack scenarios against onboard control systems using the autonomous ground vehicle platform from PRI originally developed for the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge (“Tommy Jr.”).

test2 Over the course of several months, the team remotely triggered several cyber attacks on the car taking over control of

Collision avoidance, auto-braking powered by Lidar
Adaptive cruise control.


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