Monday 1st June 2020
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Automotive

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Hardware-based detection and mitigation launched for automotive’s cybersecurity vulnerability

UltraSoC and Canis Automotive Labs announced a partnership that addresses one of the most serious cybersecurity vulnerabilities in the automotive industry. This, say the companies, is the lack of security features within the CAN bus, which is commonly used to interconnect in-vehicle systems such as brakes, steering, engine, airbags, door locks, and headlights.

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Automotive hardware-in-the-loop API for GNSS simulators enables greater accuracy

Spirent Communications plc, a specialist in global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) testing solutions, has released SimHIL, an integrated hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing software application program interface (API) for Spirent GNSS simulators. SimHIL aims to bring high-fidelity GNSS signal simulation with low latency to automotive industry HIL testbeds.

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