Andrew Tierney will be presenting.
Vehicles are some of the most complex connected embedded systems around us. Each car contains tens of ECUs, manufactured by multiple tier 1s, all communicating with each other, as well as the outside world.
How can we establish identity and trust in such a system? Can our reliance on external authorities work? What happens when reliability and safety are more important than security? How can this all fit in with the Right-to-Repair movement? How does this link into charging? What are some of the new developments in blockchain and micropayments, and how could they fail?
Andrew will aim to answer these questions, and show some real-world issues he has seen in these areas.
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/smart-charging-webinar-identity-trust-and-interoperability-in-automotive-tickets-105787549408
19 June 2020: Video now available here.