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Korean Partners contribution plans to CARAMEL

With the inclusion of the Korean (KR) Partners i.e. KATECH Korea Automotive Technology Institute, MOBIGEN and ETRI The Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute to the CARAMEL consortium, there is now a 4th pillar ‘Remote Control Vehicle (RCV)’ added to CARAMEL pillars i.e. Pillar 1: Autonomous Mobility, Pillar 2: Connected Mobility & Pillar 3: Electromobility. The focus of the KR partners would be to develop a vehicle gateway to remote control vehicle and built an Automotive Cyber Security module based on AI edge. The plan is to have ML based intrusion detection and estimation algorithm in the Gateway & RCV controller.

The activities planned by the partners around the 4th Pillar are:

  1. KATECH:
    • With support from Renault Samsung Motors will provide Remote Controlled Vehicle (Renault Arkana) with remote control functionality (front, left, right and rear view streaming system, Around View Monitoring System).
    • Real time dashboard to monitor vehicle status and ADAS system status(Land Departure Warning, Blind Spot Warning, Forward Collision Warning, Parking Assist).
    • Urban type proving ground for conducting PoC.
    • Scenario driven attack and pilot
    • Provide RCV HW platform
    • Lead dissemination activities for KR partners and contribute to CARAMEL dissemination.
  2. MOBIGEN:
    • Analysis of security & privacy requirements for RCV.
    • Threat modelling for RCV.
    • Investigate CyberThreat detection and response techniques for RCV.
    • Provide big data analysis HW & SW platform for CyberThreat detection (AI Edge) at the vehicle (front end)
    • Scenario driven attack and pilot
    • Work with Korean vehicle manufacturers and cybersecurity SW vendors for Business model in Korea and collaborate with EU partners on any potential global BM development.
  3. ETRI:
    • Analysis of security & privacy requirements for RCV.
    • Threat modelling for RCV.
    • Investigate CyberThreat detection and response techniques for RCV.
    • Provide ML based CyberThreat detection and analysis SW at the control center of the RCV (Back end).
    • Scenario driven attack and pilot
    • Collaborate with EU standardization partners to co-edit contributions and reflect onto relevant standards.

The KR partners would be utilizing the EU related deliverables as base references and then identify and investigate additional / unique security requirement as well as threat models with regards to RCV.

We look forward to the contributions and activities along with the Korean Partners.