WP1 – Project Management
The aim is to ensure timely and efficient project execution, according to the budget and the overall project objectives. This includes, but is not limited to:
• Coordination of the technical activities and linking together all project components
o Proactive management of project plan, scope and objectives
o Tracking of Milestones, Deliverables, Reporting towards the Commission
•The overall legal, contractual, ethical, financial and administrative management o Administration of Financial Management towards the Commission o Monitor relevant rules and regulations related to the project to be properly implemented o Handle IPR and Knowledge Management
• Maintaining communication within the project as well as with the European Commission
- D1.1 Reporting towards the EU WP1 (1 – UNINOVA) Report Confidential, only for members of the consortium (including the Commission Services) M18
- D1.2 Project Quality Manual WP1 (1 – UNINOVA) Report Public M4
- D1.3 Data Management Plan WP1 (1 – UNINOVA) ORDP: Open Research Data Pilot Public M6
- D1.4 Update of Data Management Plan WP1 (1 – UNINOVA) Report Public M32
- D1.5 Risk Analysis WP1 (11 – IFEVS) Report Confidential, only for members of the consortium (including the Commission Services) M18
- D1.6 Risk Analysis Final Report WP1 (11 – IFEVS) Report Confidential, only for members of the consortium (including the Commission Services) M30
- D1.7 Reporting towards the EU – Final Version WP1 (1 – UNINOVA) Report Confidential, only for members of the consortium (including the Commission Services) M36
Barcelona IOT Solutiona World Congress - Day 2
Barcelona IOT Solution World Congress - Day 1
BIECO onsite meeting – Barcelona - January 2023Discussions about the integration of the 3 use cases.
CISIS 2022 15th International Conference on Computational Intelligence in Security for Information Systems International Joint Conferences SOCO-CISIS-ICEUTE-HAIS 2022 Proceedings CISIS ICEUTE...
Once the secure communication with a vehicle has been demonstrated for remote FW update, it is straightforward to extend it to general Service-Over-the-Air architecture and even further.
Securing remote and in-vehicle communications against cyber-attacks, possibly performed with quantum computers in the near future, is a major goal in the automotive sector. For such a purpose I-FEV focused on a thorough study and an architecture and protocol design to develop and implement a Service Over the Air (SOtA )system, starting from Electronic Control Unit (ECU) firmware update on its electric vehicles from remote.