ResiCAV -Resilient CAV

    Project: Research

    Project Details


    CAVs and the infrastructure within which they operate form a highly complex super-system. In addition to operating reliably and safely, this system must be resilient in the face of cyber threats.

    International automotive cybersecurity standards (ISO/SAE 21434) and regulations (UNECE) are under development, which will specify requirements for cybersecurity throughout the vehicle lifecycle. However, while methods for cybersecurity engineering during development are maturing, rigorous methods to enable CAVs to be resilient in operation are at a much lower level of maturity.

    There is significant risk of catastrophic failure moving from CAV demonstrations to mass deployment if new methods are not developed to detect, understand and react to emerging threats.

    ResiCAV will respond to this challenge, building on the partners' preliminary groundwork to inform new operational requirements for resilience, assess their feasibility and identify further work to develop and operationalise them.
    Effective start/end date1/01/2031/03/20

    Collaborative partners

    • Coventry University
    • HORIBA MIRA Ltd. (lead)
    • University of Warwick
    • British Telecommunications PLC
    • Oxfordshire County Council
    • Centre for Modelling & Simulation


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