Visible to the public SAFE: Security-Aware FlexRay Scheduling Engine

TitleSAFE: Security-Aware FlexRay Scheduling Engine
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsGang Han, Haibo Zeng, Yaping Li, Wenhua Dou
Conference NameDesign, Automation and Test in Europe Conference and Exhibition (DATE), 2014
Date PublishedMarch
Keywordsactive safety functions, authentication, automotive domain, automotive electrical-electronic systems, automotive electronics, Automotive engineering, communication middleware, communication protocol, end-to-end latencies, field programmable gate arrays, FlexRay static segment schedule, mobile radio, Protocols, Runtime, SAFE, Safety, scheduling, security-aware FlexRay scheduling engine, telecommunication security, X-by-wire system

In this paper, we propose SAFE (Security Aware FlexRay scheduling Engine), to provide a problem definition and a design framework for FlexRay static segment schedule to address the new challenge on security. From a high level specification of the application, the architecture and communication middleware are synthesized to satisfy security requirements, in addition to extensibility, costs, and end-to-end latencies. The proposed design process is applied to two industrial case studies consisting of a set of active safety functions and an X-by-wire system respectively.

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