Big data and analytics are showing promise with improving cyber security. Of course, there are still many challenges as new cyber security threats are popping up daily. Cyber security needs the risk management and actionable intelligence that is common from big data analysis. While it is great to have tools that can analyze data, the key is to automate tasks so that the data are available more quickly and the analysis is sent to the right people on time. To this point, Big data will also help analysts to visualize cyberattacks by taking the complexity from various data sources and simplifying the patterns into visualizations. Come hear Cyber Experts talk about the challenges and opportunities in utilizing Big Data for improving Cyber Security for the Commercial Vehicle Industry.
Connectivity and with it the Connected Vehicle has evolved rapidly over the last few years and is about to experience another evolution in services and technology. With the emergence of DSRC and especially 5G, V2X will become a reality of possibilities for all types of vehicles. Mobility and Transportation as a service together with autonomous driving is just one new area that new V2X technologies will enable and provide OEMs as well as consumers with a variety of new or improved opportunities. Similarly, Connectivity brings about a rapid increase in data intake during the engineering phase of new vehicles, which in turn leads to opportunities as well as challenges in data security, analysis methods, IT infrastructure, to name a few. The panel for this session discusses the various technologies, standards, and possibilities for services and vehicle efficiency improvements.
This panel will investigate the impacts of disruptive technologies on the national infrastructure. Topics for discussion include: impediments to creating the infrastructure (political, economic, timing; required infrastructure improvements; status of the electric grid; and fuel supply, including natural gas. This panel will not delve into the actual technology details, those are topics for the technical committees.
The advent of digital computers and the availability of ever cheaper and faster micro processors have brought a tremendous amount of control system applications to the automotive industry in the last two decades. From engine and transmission systems, to virtually all chassis subsystems (brakes, suspensions, and steering), some level of computer control is present. Control systems theory is also being applied to comfort systems such as climate control and safety systems such as cruise control or collision mitigation systems.
It is important for electronic and hardware engineers to not only be knowledgeable of a product's intended function and performance, but also its ability to perform within electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) limits. This seminar introduces practical shielding theory, design fundamentals, and configurations, including shielding products, common and differential modes, electromagnetic fields, and enclosure shielding.