Philipp Valentin Meyer

Philipp Valentin Meyer
Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften Hamburg | HAW · Department of Computer Science

Master of Science

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Publications (27)
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Current designs of future In-Vehicle Networks (IVN) prepare for switched Ethernet backbones, which can host advanced LAN technologies such as IEEE Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) and Software-Defined Networking (SDN). In this work, we present an integrated Time-Sensitive Software-Defined Networking (TSSDN) architecture that simultaneously enables c...
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Current designs of future In-Vehicle Networks (IVN) prepare for switched Ethernet backbones, which can host advanced LAN technologies such as IEEE Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) and Software-Defined Networking (SDN). In this paper, we present an integrated Time-Sensitive Software-Defined Networking (TSSDN) architecture that simultaneously enables...
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Connected cars are vulnerable to cyber attacks. Security challenges arise from vehicular management uplinks, from signaling with roadside units or nearby cars, as well as from common Internet services. Major threats arrive from bogus traffic that enters the in-car backbone, which will comprise of Ethernet technologies in the near future. Various se...
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Real-time networks based on Ethernet require robust quality-of-service for time-critical traffic. The Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) collection of standards enables this in real-time environments like vehicle on-board networks. Runtime reconfigurations in TSN must respect the deadlines of real-time traffic. Software-Defined Networking (SDN) moves...
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Ethernet wird zunehmend Bestandteil moderner Fahrzeugnetze und bildet die aussichtsreichste Technologie für künftige Hochgeschwindigkeits-Backbones im Auto. ‘Connected Vehicles’ öffnen gleichzeitig ihre internen Fahrzeugnetzwerke nach außen und ermöglichen so eine Vielzahl neuer Angriffe, für die neue Sicherheitskonzepte entwickelt werden müssen. S...
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Current In-Vehicle Networks (IVNs) connect Electronic Control Units (ECUs) via domain busses. A gateway forwards messages between these domains. Automotive Ethernet emerges as a flat, high-speed backbone technology for IVNs that carries the various control flows within Ethernet frames. Recently, Software-Defined-Networking (SDN) has been identified...
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Ethernet is the most promising solution to reduce complexity and enhance the bandwidth in the next generation in-car networks. Dedicated Ethernet protocols enable the real-time aspects in such networks. One promising candidate is the IEEE 802.1Q Time-Sensitive Networking protocol suite. Common Ethernet technologies, however, increases the vulnerabi...
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Ethernet has become the next standard for automotive and industrial automation net- works. Standard extensions such as IEEE 802.1Q Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) have been proven to meet the real-time and robustness requirements of these environments. Augmenting the TSN switching by Software-Defined Networking functions promises additional benefit...
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Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is about to enter automotive networks based on the SOME/IP middleware and an Ethernet high-bandwidth communication layer. It promises to meet the growing demands on connectivity and flexibility for software components in modern cars. Largely heterogeneous service requirements and time-sensitive network functions...
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Ethernet has become the next standard for automotive and industrial automation networks. Standard extensions such as IEEE 802.1Q Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) have been proven to meet the real-time and robustness requirements of these environments. Augmenting the TSN switching by Software-Defined Networking functions promises additional benefits:...
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Ethernet is the most promising solution to reduce complexity and enhance the bandwidth in the next generation in-car networks. Dedicated Ethernet protocols enable the real-time aspects in such networks. One promising candidate is the IEEE 802.1Q Time-Sensitive Networking protocol suite. Common Ethernet technologies, however, increases the vulnerabi...
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Future automotive applications ranging from advanced driver assistance to autonomous driving will largely increase demands on in-vehicular networks. Data flows of high bandwidth or low latency requirements, but in particular many additional communication relations will introduce a new level of complexity to the in-car communication system. It is ex...
Conference Paper
Future in-vehicular networks will be based on Ethernet. The IEEE Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) is a promising candidate to satisfy real-time requirements in future car communication. Software-Defined Networking (SDN) extends the Ethernet control plane with a programming option that can add much value to the resilience, security, and adaptivity of...
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Future in-vehicular networks will be based on Ethernet. The IEEE Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) is a promising candidate to satisfy real-time requirements in future car communication. Software-Defined Networking (SDN) extends the Ethernet control plane with a programming option that can add much value to the resilience, security, and adaptivity of...
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The communication infrastructure of industrial plants, vehicles and many other appli- cations must provide more and more bandwidth, sometimes with strict timing requirements for the transmission of critical data. Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) is a set of IEEE 802 Ethernet sub-standards that meet these requirements for a wide range of applications...
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Future automotive applications ranging from advanced driver assistance to autonomous driving will largely increase demands on in-vehicular networks. Data flows of high bandwidth or low latency requirements, but in particular many additional communication relations will introduce a new level of complexity to the in-car communication system. It is ex...
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In this demo, we address the problem of detecting anomalies on the Internet backbone in near real-time. Many of today's incidents may only become visible from inspecting multiple data sources and by considering multiple vantage points simultaneously. We present a setup based on the distributed forensic platform VAST that was extended to import vari...
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In-vehicle communication technologies are evolving. While today's cars are equipped with fieldbusses to interconnect the various electronic control units, next generation vehicles have timing and bandwidth requirements that exceed the capacities. In particular Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and automated driving using high bandwidth sens...
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We show a network simulation environment for assessing Ethernet-based concepts and technologies of next generation in-car networks, as well as their protocols, and possible deployment. Among others, the simulation models contain the core concepts of AS6802 and AFDX, Ethernet AVB and IEEE 802.1Q as well as legacy fieldbus technologies like CAN and F...
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In-car networks based on Ethernet are expected to be the first choice for future applications in the domain of info- and entertainment. However, the full benefit of a technologically integrated in-car network will only become rewarding with an Ethernet-based backbone, unifying several automotive domains in a single infrastructure. Today, there is r...

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The goal of the SecVI project is to develop a robust and low-complexity network architecture to ensure the security of message flows. Considering vehicle-specific communication characteristics, the network of a vehicle is monitored at various levels and shielded against attacks.
Archived project
The RECBAR project analysed the potential of the Ethernet technology as the central automotive communication infrastructure. RECBAR is an acronym for “Realtime Ethernet Backbone for Cars”. The project was a cooperation between the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW Hamburg), IAV automotive engineering, the research and development institute for computer science tools and systems (OFFIS) Oldenburg and the cooperative computing and communication labratory (C-LAB) in Paderborn. It was started in the third quarter 2012 and ended at the end of 2015. The objective of RECBAR was to design, develop and test next-generation backbone architectures for future use as automotive communication infrastructures.