Harman launches cyber security test range in Israel

November 15, 2017 // By Christoph Hammerschmidt
In a joint effort with the Ben Gurion University, Cymotive Technologies, Deutsche Telekom Innovation Labs and JVP, Infotainment and connectivity company Harman has opened the International Cyber Security Smart Mobility Analysis and Research Test (SMART) Range in Israel.

The purpose of this test environment is to identify weaknesses in intelligent mobility solutions against cyber-attacks and to serve as a certification and standardization authority for autonomous driving.

The SMART is intended to function as a development "playground" within a Smart City environment, encompassing all aspects of future mobility systems such as public transport, private vehicles and other individual forms of mobility. According to the project partners, this involves both software and hardware tests against cyber threats and the evaluation of transport solutions in a networked reality of the future.

The new test range will function as a living lab to simulate a complex reality and enable effective testing of advanced technologies, assessment of human-machine-environment interfaces, evaluation of transport solutions in a future networked reality and operability and robustness testing of software and hardware systems against cyber threats.


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