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2017-09-26
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2017-09-26
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2017-09-20
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2017-09-20
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The commercial vehicle segment represents a diverse set of applications, both on-highway and off-highway, which drives complexity into the application of future technologies to improve overall efficiency. This symposium looks to provide insights into the diversity of the applications and potential solutions for the commercial vehicle segment, including: • Differences in on and off-highway application requirements • Impact of efficiency over a wide-range of applications • How efficiency can be maintained over the life of an application • How energy can be recovered and stored on the applications • How the vehicle cab/operator station changes with efficiency improvements • How “traditional” requirements continue to be met with future technologies • How the driver/operator will be impacted by future efficiency improvements • How the fleet/business owner will be impacted by future efficiency improvements
2017-09-20
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This panel session is intended bring together experts in the area to discuss the recent developments in the application of ADAS or Autonomous Systems for commercial vehicles. ADAS systems include Electronic Stability Control systems, Lane Keeping Systems, Adaptive Cruise Control, Autonomous Emergency Braking system. By starting and establishing a dialogue on the challenges that are faced from a technical perspective, it is hoped that this will open doors for upfront collaboration.
2017-09-20
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This technical panel will discuss the practical issues, challenges and the opportunities for the introduction of platooning technology for the fleets and OEs. Platooning is observed as the first step towards automated driving, but it is not very visible on how close it is to realization. The discussions in this session will include the state of current technological developments, vehicle architecture modifications, driver acceptance etc.
2017-09-20
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An overview and update of the NMFTA HVCS program as well as a detailed look into the NMFTA CAN bus data collection project. National Motor Freight Traffic Association, Inc. (NMFTA) represents over 500 carriers who collectively operate close to 200,000 power units generating approximately $100 billion in freight revenue. NMFTA member motor carriers perform a vital service to our nation’s economy by delivering the goods necessary to keep commerce flowing. As a key stakeholder in heavy vehicle cyber security (HVCS), NMFTA hosts industry workshops exploring cyber security issues such as incident response, risk mitigation, data anomaly detection, and many others.
2017-09-20
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The session will focus on presentations regarding the critical issues around cyber-security of commercial vehicles, both manned/unmanned and connected/unconnected. While safety is the major concern, secure theft and asset protection, secure fleet management and protection of business models are addressed.
2017-09-20
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A discussion of the on-highway transportation ecosystem and the changes being driven by greater levels of ADAS. Focus will be on the needs for different market segments to share information, and how to ensure that standards & regulations accommodate all classes of vehicles.
2017-09-20
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The interoperability, openness and interconnectivity of J1939 based systems poses some unique challenges for designers when it comes to cybersecurity. Often heavy vehicles are customized and outfitted with additional devices that need access to J1939 network traffic. Additional regulations regarding electronic logging devices further increases the propensity to add hardware to the system networks. Many devices to the network only read data, like a radio system that adjusts its volume based on road speed. Following the design principle of least privilege, some hardware based approaches are shown to effectively eliminate these data consuming devices as cyber threats on the vehicle control network by preventing write access to the network. Laboratory and in-vehicle test results show a hardware based approach can isolate add-on devices in the legacy fleet. Recommendations for future designs are also provided.
2017-09-20
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During the past few years, vulnerabilities of commercial vehicles were demonstrated that allow denial-of-service attacks and even safety-critical attacks which is of great concern to the US economy. This panel will discuss recent advancements in the space of commercial vehicle cybersecurity. The panel will also address potential risks and available protection methodologies, discuss existing industry-wide collaboration efforts, and the potential for further collaboration and standardization.
2017-09-19
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