One of the most critical application to the current evolution of smart city and intelligent transportation systems is the rise of motivation to develop autonomous vehicles. This automation has been viewed as a futuristic projection that is not ready for immediate applications. However, car manufacturers and technology providers are taking strides to make this a deployable reality by 2020.
This talk will focus on exploring the potential cyber vulnerabilities and attacks specific to automated vehicles. This analysis explores the adversarial models that can be constructed to induce a potential risk of compromising the system.