The SecVI (Security for Vehicular Information) research project is launched. Our target is to secure future in-vehicular networks. In this project a robust and low-complexity network architecture will be developed. It improves the security of message flows. Based on vehicle-specific communication characteristics, the network of a vehicle will be monitored at various levels and shielded against attacks. The results of the SecVI project will be demonstrated in a prototype vehicle.

SecVI is sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. The project duration is three years.

For further information visit the project website:

Awards Ceremony of the 40th IEEE LCN Conference in Clearwater Beach, Florida (Photo: Leah Pope)

Till Steinbach et al. "Beware of the Hidden" awarded best paper at this year 40th anniversary IEEE LCN conference.

Till received an IEEE TCCC Participation Grant to attend the 40th IEEE International Conference on Local Computer Networks in Clearwater Beach, Florida.

The RECBAR Project was featured in an article in the automotion magazine

German television (NDR) visited our labs for a report around autonomous driving. We showed our work on the RECBAR prototype. You can find the report (german language) online.