CONVERGE

CONVERGE ("COmmunication Network VEhicle Road Global Extension") is a research project funded by BMBF and BMWI, that develops the architecture of cooperative systems for future mobility. Pioneering approaches to traffic management and vehicle safety issues are increasingly growing together. Still a holistic system architecture for flexible interaction between different service providers and communications network operators is missing in a decentralized, scalable structure. The aim of the project CONVERGE is to close this gap.

Through subcontracting of Volkswagen AG, we are investigating the challenge to detect misbehaving vehicles in the network.

More information can be found at http://www.converge-online.de/

Results


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Dietzel, Stefan; van der Heijden, Rens W.; Decke, Hendrik and Kargl, Frank
A Flexible, Subjective Logic-based Framework for Misbehavior Detection in V2V Networks
Proceedings of the 1st WoWMoM Workshop on Smart Vehicles: Connectivity Technologies and ITS Applications
IEEE
June 2014
accepted
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CONVERGE

Persons

Leader

Prof. Dr. Frank Kargl

Staff

Rens van der Heijden
Stefan Dietzel

Funding

BMBF/BMWI (Subcontracting Volkswagen AG)

Status

Duration 01.08.2012 - 31.07.2013