The SELFY project was presented during the 6th ACM Computer Science in Cars Symposium (CSCS) organised by the Technische Hochschule Inglostadt (THI) and celebrated last December 8th in Inglostadt, Germany.
The conference, focused on Artificial Intelligence and cyber-security in automotive, brought together scientists, engineers, business representatives, and stakeholders with a passion for solving the myriad of complex problems of in-vehicular technology and its application in automation, driver safety and driving system security. The event also included the presentation of different opportunities for networking amongst individuals to promote brainstorming on problems and to create new designs and solutions.
During the event, project partners from THI presented SELFY as a key European project developing a set of tools with the goal to improve the resilience of the Cooperative Connected Automated Mobility (CCAM) sector.
The innovative solutions proposed will integrate technological and cybersecurity approaches, such as the fusion of data from heterogeneous sensors, intrusion and cyber-attack detection systems based on algorithms, and Artificial Intelligence, as well as information and knowledge sharing.
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt (THI) is one of Germany top university of applied sciences for applied research with a focus on artificial intelligence and mobility.