SecVI @ OMNeT++ Community Summit 2019

Philipp Meyer, Timo Häckel and Franz Korf from HAW Hamburg attended the 6th OMNeT++ Community Summit at the Hamburg University of Technology and presented two Papers: “DoS Protection through Credit Based Metering – Simulation Based Evaluation for Time-Sensitive Networking in Cars” and “SDN4CoRE: A Simulation Model for Software-Defined Networking for…

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SecVI @ Vehicular Technology Conference 2019-Spring

Timo Häckel from HAW Hamburg attended the VTC2019-Spring in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where he presented his talk on “Software-Defined Networks to Support Time-Sensitive Vehicle Communication”. The full paper can be found in our publications or on arxiv. The conference gave many insights into connected and…

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SecVI Research Project Launched

The SecVI (Security for Vehicular Information) research project is launched. Our target is to secure future in-vehicular networks. In this project a robust and low-complexity network architecture will be developed. It improves the security of message flows. Based on vehicle-specific communication characteristics, the network of a vehicle will be…

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