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A Methodology for the Design of Safety-Compliant and Secure Communication of Autonomous Vehicles

Abstract : The automotive industry is increasing its effort towards scientific and technological innovations regarding autonomous vehicles. The expectation is a reduction of road accidents, which are too often caused by human errors. Moreover, technological solutions, such as connected autonomous vehicle platoons, are expected to help humans in emergency situations. In this context, safety and security issues do not yet have a satisfactory answer. In this paper, we address the domain of secure communication among vehicles - especially the issues related to authentication and authorization of inter-vehicular signals and services carrying safety commands. We propose a novel design methodology, where we take a contract-based approach for specifying safety, and combine it in the design flow with the use of the Arrowhead Framework to support security. Furthermore, we present the results through a demo, which employs model-based design for software implementation and the physical realization on autonomous model cars.
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Roberto Passerone, Daniela Cancila, Michele Albano, Sebti Mouelhi, Sandor Plosz, et al.. A Methodology for the Design of Safety-Compliant and Secure Communication of Autonomous Vehicles. IEEE Access, IEEE, 2019, 7, pp.125022-125037. ⟨10.1109/ACCESS.2019.2937453⟩. ⟨cea-02316817⟩

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