IAV at CES 2019 in Las Vegas

A Journey Towards Digital Mobility

      A Journey Towards Digital Mobility

      Also in 2019 IAV will once more be presenting ist vision of the future of digital mobility.

      Our vision for tomorrow’s digital mobility is taking shape

      Connectivity and autonomous driving are two of the greatest driving forces behind future mobility. They will play a major role in defining how we move about in future. Increasingly, driving itself will no longer be the key task. Vehicle occupants become passengers, vehicles become means of transport and driving pleasure will take on completely new connotations. The whole automotive industry is facing a revolutionary paradigm shift. 

      Usability, comfort and what to do during the journey are aspects that are growing increasingly important and will play a crucial role in terms of the success of future mobility services. Entertainment, service and safety are the key pillars. It goes without saying that IAV is forging ahead with the development of future mobility in all its facets in order to present our customers with bespoke solutions.

      IAV will be presenting a selection of the latest developments at the CES 2019 in Las Vegas. We’ll take you on a fascinating journey towards tomorrow’s digital mobility. Come and joins us.


      Automotive Security


      Success Factor for Connected Mobility

      Securely connected: in future, motorists will expect to have a permanent and flexible connection between the vehicle and the environment. At the same time, personal data and vehicle information need to be reliably protected from misuse.

      Modern data connections present new challenges in terms of vehicle safety and security. The security of connected vehicles in the digital age has to be warranted particularly with regard to two aspects. On the one hand, the vehicle's own data must be securely safeguarded, while also protecting the vehicle itself from external attacks on the other.

      Today's encryption and authentication procedures mean that safeguarding data security of the vehicle's own data is no longer a problem in technical terms, although this does mean considerable extra effort in terms of hardware and software development. Furthermore, a well-conceived and integrated security concept is also needed to protect the complex IT architecture of a connected vehicle. In future, vehicles will be permanently connected with the environment in many different ways (e.g. cloud, other road users, roadside infrastructure). This opens up a greater risk of misuse, for example by hackers.

      A Security Defense Center will be tasked with the all-encompassing security concept, basically including the following aspects:


      • Constant vehicle monitoring for OEM/fleet operators to detect and avert attacks
      • Analysis of weak points and description of problems by the OEM in order to close security gaps
      • Software updates must be sent to the affected vehicles of the OEM/fleet operator


      At the CES in Las Vegas, IAV will be showing how this looks like in practice, in cooperation with Karamba Security. Hacker attacks are reliably detected and prevented by a demo vehicle embedded in a fictitious vehicle fleet. At the same time as the attack is detected, the prototype Security Defense Center is informed about the details so that weak points in the program can be remedied, e.g. by a remote update "over the air".

      The small-batch UCU family has been extended specially for this application with the addition of a further universal control unit that offers special security functions and can be used as a secure gateway.

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      IAV at CES – Where To Find Us

      Exhibition Times

      Tuesday, January 8:
      10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
      Wednesday, January 9:
      9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
      Thursday, January 10:
      9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
      Friday, January 11:
      9 a.m. – 4 p.m.


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