10 décembre 2015

Researcher Hacks Self-driving Car Sensors

By Mark Harris The multi-thousand-dollar laser ranging (lidar) systems that most self-driving cars rely on to sense obstacles can be hacked by a setup costing just $60, according to a security researcher. “I can take echoes of a fake car and put them at any location I want,” says Jonathan Petit, Principal Scientist at Security Innovation, a software security company. “And I can do the same with a pedestrian or a wall.” Using such a system, attackers could trick a self-driving car into thinking something is directly... [Lire la suite]
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07 décembre 2015

Driven by IEEE Standards, Ethernet Hits the Road in 2016

Driven by IEEE Standards, Ethernet Hits the Road in 2016 Junko Yoshida   "This article is part of EDN and EE Times' Hot Technologies: Looking ahead to 2016 feature, where our editors examine some of the hot trends and technologies in 2015 that promise to shape technology news in 2016 and beyond. A new trend emerging in the automotive market in 2016 is the migration of Ethernet, a tried- and-true computer network technology, into connected cars. The proliferation of advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) features... [Lire la suite]