While cyber attacks represent a potential Achilles heel for the success of autonomous vehicle software, spoofing and jamming via physical means could be another way for criminals to wreak havoc on the public. Enter Regulus Cyber, an Israeli-based company that is dedicated to ensuring GNSS (GPS) security from these external threats and researching how to prevent similar, so-called signal-in-space attacks on LiDAR and RADAR.
In the above video, Regulus Cyber CEO & Co-Founder, Yonatan Zur, and Regulus VP of R&D, Gal Cohen, demonstrate spoofing of a legitimate GPS signal by an external rogue GPS signal. The Regulus software detects the anomaly and would be an input to a vehicle’s navigation sensor fusion system. Regulus has both a stand-alone GNSS Receiver, a software stack compatible with the most common commercial GNSS receivers and GNSS chip level detection and mitigation.
Learn more by listening about Regulus Cyber and its background in episode 84 of the SmartDrivingCar podcast
And on March 15th, Regulus Cyber will host a webinar on the topic of protecting sensors.