Satellite Navigation 2.0 – The Opportunities and Threats of Automotive GNSS and Localization Technologies
The international VDI Workshop “Satellite Navigation 2.0 – The Opportunities and Threats of Automotive GNSS and Localization Technologies” provides an overview of satellite navigation systems and the sensors used in vehicles.
Participants will learn about the strengths and weaknesses of GNSS systems (Global Navigation Satellite Systems) and find out about the possible threats. Specifically, the workshop will demonstrate how to protect from cyber attacks such as jamming or spoofing.
Safe satellite-based Navigation Systems for Autonomous Driving
One of the main prerequisites for autonomous driving is reliable and inch-perfect satellite-based navigation systems. In addition to the GNSS system integrated into the vehicle, a number of sensors, such as cameras, LiDAR and radar are necessary in order to determine a vehicle’s exact position, speed, acceleration and the time it uses.
This practically oriented workshop will present you with the main components necessary for satellite-based navigation and give you an overview of the challenges and opportunities that come with this technology.
In particular, the VDI Satellite Navigation 2.0 – The Opportunities and Threats of Automotive GNSS and Localization Technologies Workshop will focus on new developments in sensor fusion, SLAM technology (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) and the prevention of cyber attacks. Through best practice examples, you’ll learn how you can protect and secure your navigation systems and sensors effectively.
This pre-conference workshop is the ideal accompaniment to the 2ndinternational VDI Automotive Sensor Systems conference. It takes place on February 12th, the day before the conference, in the same hotel in Munich. You can profit from a reduced combination price if you book the workshop and conference together.
Workshop Key Topics
- Workshop participants will learn about the following key topics:
- History of the developments in navigation systems
- Overview of global satellite navigation systems in the automotive sector
- Introduction into various global satellite navigation systems: GPS, BeiDou, Galileo, Glonass
- Market overview – the most important actors and stakeholders in global automotive satellite navigation systems
- GNSS systems: An analysis of strengths and weaknesses
- Introduction into the most common sensor systems used in cars: Cameras, Radar, LiDAR
- Map fusion
- Localization and SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping)
- “Self-healing” maps
Discussion Groups – Planned Topics:
Hacking the future position of the car – presentation and discussion of various threat scenarios that could come from low GNSS signal levels. These include signal malfunctions and the spoofing of location, time and PNT (Positions, Navigation and Timing).
The requirements for safe satellite-based navigation for autonomous driving (cyber protection for sensors / available anti-interference, anti-jamming and anti-spoofing systems / best practices).
Reliability standards for trustworthy and effective GNSS signals and sensor fusion. Requirements for accuracy, latency and time resolution in localization for various automotive applications. Discussion about how intelligent algorithms combine data to make inch-perfect navigation possible.
February 12, 2019, 10:00-16:00
Workshop Chair Gal Cohen, VP R&D Automotive Sensor Cyber Defense Department, Regulus Cyber, Israel
Introduction History of navigation systems & overview of GNSS navigation technologyMajor constellations used in GNSS: GPS, BeiDou, Galileo, GLONASS Key players and stakeholders in automotive GNSS GNSS systems strength and vulnerabilities analysis Introduction to most common automotive sensors & sensor and map fusion Maps self-healing method.
Discussion Groups – Topics include: Hacking the future vehicle’s location – presenting and discussing various threat scenarios on the low signal strength of GNSS reception and the resulting vulnerabilities Security requirements and best practices for safe satellite based navigation for driverless technology Reliability standards for trusted and effective GNSS signal and fusion with other sensors
Future Outlook, Discussion and Conclusion (Please note that the number of participants is limited. Registrations and individual parts and segments of the workshop are subject to confirmation.)
Who should attend the Workshop?
This workshop is aimed at professionals and management level at OEMs and suppliers involved with sensors and global satellite navigation systems. Employees working in the following areas will find this workshop invaluable:
- ADAS / Driver Assistance Systems
- Car safety
- Sensor systems for environment analysis
- Development and engineering
- Test & simulation
- System development
- Software architecture and development
- Safety technology and functional safety
- Sensors and data fusion
Your Speaker and Workshop Leader
Gal Cohen is Vice President of Research and Development at Regulus Cyber, based in Haifa, Israel. After completing his studies at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, he worked in various capacities for the Israeli Defense Department and Intel, amongst others.
Book your Ticket now
You’d like to learn how sensors and satellite-based navigation systems in cars can be effectively protected from current cyber attacks? You’d like to discuss this issue as well as specific challenges from your daily work? Then book the VDI Satellite Navigation 2.0 – The Opportunities and Threats of Automotive GNSS and Localization Technologies Workshop now and profit from the reduced package price by registrating for the “Automotive Sensor Systems” conference as well!
TOWARDS NAVIGATION SAFETY FOR AUTONOMOUS CARS
Article by InsideGNSS – https//insidegnss.com/towards-navigation-safety-for-autonomous-cars/
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