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Wednesday, October 3 • 11:30 - 12:30
Hacking driverless vehicles

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Hacking Driverless Vehicles
Are driverless vehicles ripe for the hacking? Autonomous and unmanned
systems are already patrolling our skies and oceans and being tested on
our streets and highways. Pioneering tests of autonomous vehicles were
performed in Europe and all trends indicate these systems are at an
inflection point that will show them rapidly becoming commonplace. It is
therefore a salient time for a discussion of the capabilities and
potential vulnerabilities of these systems.

This session will be an informative and amusing look at the current
state of civil driverless vehicles and what hackers or other miscreants
might do to mess with them. Topics covered will include common sensors,
decision profiles and their potential failure modes that could be
exploited. With this talk Zoz aims to both inspire unmanned vehicle fans
to think about robustness to adversarial and malicious scenarios, and to
give the paranoid false hope of resisting the robot revolution. The talk
will also contain brand new information from conversations with the US
Department of Transportation including insights into the new Connected
Vehicle and Vehicle To Vehicle Communications programs that may be
hacking-relevant well before the adoption of fully autonomous cars and
other vehicles.

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Zoz is a robotics interface designer and rapid prototyping specialist.He is a co-founder of Cannytrophic Design in Boston and CTO of BlueSkyin San Francisco.  As co-host of the Discovery Channel show 'PrototypeThis!' he pioneered urban pizza delivery with robotic vehicles,including... Read More →

Wednesday October 3, 2018 11:30 - 12:30 CEST
01. Westvleteren University