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Stochastic Processes, Statistics and Financial Engineering

Algebra och Analysis with applications

Biomedicinsk forskning

Certifierbar bevis och motiveringsteknik

Komplexa inbyggda system i realtid

Cyber-Physical Systems Analysis

Datakommunikation

Tillförlitlig programvaruteknik

Energieffektivisering och minskning av utsläpp

Engineering Mathematics

Formell modellering och analys av inbäddade system

Heterogena system

Industriell programvaruteknik

Lärande och optimering

Modellbaserad konstruktion av inbäddade system

Person-centred care and communication

Statsvetenskap

Product and Production Development

Systemdesign i realtid

Robotics

Säkerhetskritisk teknik

Simulation and optimisation for future industrial applications (SOFIA)

Sustainable lifestyle and health from a public health perspective

Ubiquitous Computing

Mälardalen Interaction and Didactics (MIND)

Artificiell intelligens och intelligenta system

Serendipity - Secure and dependable platforms for autonomy

In Serendipity, we will develop new technologies and a platform for safetycritical connected cyberphysical systems that leverage existing techniques for dependable systems and augment them with scalable security solutions for open and heterogeneous systems.

Start

2018-03-01

Planned completion

2023-02-28

Main financing

Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research

Collaboration partners

Saab AB, Avionics Systems, Volvo Construction Equipment AB

Project manager

Professor

Mikael Sjödin

+4621101597

mikael.sjodin@mdh.se

To take full advantage of our increasingly connected and autonomous world, we need technologies to build platforms that are secure and dependable by design. We need security solutions developed not for a particular application area, but for connected, heterogeneous, timesensitive cyberphysical systems and largescale systemsofsystems.

The security solutions need to be scalable and adapted to an open environment where nodes, services and users vary over time. The timely and continuously available security services need to be maintained and should remain transparent to the user. Traditional dependable platforms are designed to provide dependable service, including features such as redundancybased fault tolerance, selfmonitoring, selfhealing, and selfreconfiguring. We claim that security and safety can be addressed in a uniform manner based on these features, since, if used properly, they could be suitable to discover and neutralize intruders and adversaries. In Serendipity, we will develop new technologies and a platform for safetycritical connected cyberphysical systems that leverage existing techniques for dependable systems and augment them with scalable security solutions for open and heterogeneous systems.