Connected/Smart transport systems encompass a broad range of vehicle and embedded transport systems to manage complexity, optimise performance, and ensure safety of vehicles, passengers and users of the transport system. In practical terms this means autonomous vehicles, roadside sensors and an interconnected system encompassing transit systems, ticketing and rail. Cybersecurity issues in this connected transport system pose a threat to the safety and efficient running are amongst the major concerns of Government and policy bodies.
IoTSec Australia is hosting the third of its IoT Cyber Forum series with the intent to raise awareness and promote secure practices in the IoT ecosystem. Come and hear industry experts on connected transport and autonomous vehicles discuss the current and future state of connected transport systems. A security panel will then hold an interactive session answering questions on security for vehicles, embedded systems and control system backend.
Date: 2nd December 2016
Time: 8.00am arrival for an 8.30am - 10.30am session
Venue: BDO, Level 10/12 Creek Street, Brisbane
RSVP: [email protected]
Miranda Blogg: Director (Connected and Automated Vehicles), Department of Transport and Main Roads
Dr Andry Rakotonirainy: Deputy Director, Centre for Accident Research & Road Safety, Queensland University of Technology
Jamie Smith: Connected Transport Lead, Telstra