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黑莓加入美国OmniAir联盟 助力V2X通信安全

黑莓日前宣布已以执行委员身份加入OmniAir联盟,协助推进互联汽车和智能交通运输系统(ITS)技术的测试、认证和部署。

OmniAir是由美国政府部门代表与民间厂商所共同组成的非营利性组织,其成立宗旨为协助制定美规车用通讯技术5.9GHz WAVE/DSRC的相关验证方案,并促成各项技术与设备达成场域布建的要求。目前,OmniAir 联盟开发了测试认证程序,以实现车与车(V2V)、车与基础设施(V2I)以及车与万物(V2X)的通信。该联盟也在推动独立的第三方测试和认证。

Blackberry QNX

Blackberry QNX 目前在汽车行业应用广泛,特别是基于QNX技术的无人驾驶技术与汽车网络安全连接领先行业

OmniAir常务理事Jason Conley表示很高兴黑莓加入OmniAir,“构建和管理V2X设备认证程序是营造安全、协同的V2X生态系统的关键。而且黑莓在可信设备领域运行认证机构方面的深厚专业知识,也将进一步推动OmniAir V2X协同操作项目的发展。”他说。

V2X通信是提升互联汽车性能的下一个前沿阵地,可实现汽车之间、汽车与道旁设备、城市基础设施和智能设备之间的实时通信。通过V2X连接可为提高驾驶安全性提供信息,从而可通过优化行驶并改善交通协调性而帮助防止事故、减少拥堵和降低排放。

OmniAir V2X blackberry

OmniAir V2X blackberry

但V2X技术的成功取决于网络安全和车辆间以及车辆与交通灯或道路标识等设施间通信的受信验证。该系统必须经过精心设计,才能阻止黑客通过修改认证设备传输的V2X消息来进行破坏。

据雷锋网了解,黑莓的安全证书管理系统(SCMS)将于将于2018年秋季上线,通过两种方式确保车辆间以及车辆与道旁设施间的安全通信:一种是用于防止消息被篡改的数字签名,而另一种则是用于识别发送人是否可信的证书。

黑莓的SCMS将在OEM、供应商、市政基础设施生产商以及道旁设备生产商的产品中嵌入式系统中实施 V2X安全协议,从授权认证机构获得安全证书并使用这些证书对V2X消息进行签名。

2009年,黑莓的以1.05亿美元收购了在椭圆曲线加密技术(ECC)上的领先公司Certicom,该公司还创造了隐式认证与蝴蝶密钥概念。隐式认证与蝴蝶密钥概念现已在V2X通信中得到了充分应用。这些概念的应用将极大地提高未来互联汽车和智能交通运输体系的安全性。

Certicom已经率先在移动、智能计量仪器和车载信息系统等应用中大规模使用公共密钥基础设施(PKI)解决方案,其基础架构均来自黑莓。

黑莓在车联网的布局很早就开始了,早在2010年黑莓就收购了Harman旗下子公司QNX。目前,QNX车载操作系统仍在市场中占很大的份额。

2016年,黑莓同福特汽车公司签署了一项协议,以扩大其QNX操作系统在福特汽车上的使用。去年9 月 21 日,德尔福宣布自动驾驶平台将使用黑莓 QNX 操作系统。

今年1月,百度和黑莓宣布双方在车联网和自动驾驶将进行合作,计划将黑莓的QNX系统作为百度之前宣布的Apollo自动驾驶平台的基础,详情

未来,在车联网和自动驾驶领域,或许我们还将看到黑莓的身影。

OmniAir、Blackberry官方新闻稿(EN)

BLACKBERRY JOINS OMNIAIR CONSORTIUM AS EXECUTIVE MEMBER TO HELP SECURE VEHICLE-TO-EVERYTHING (V2X) COMMUNICATION FOR NEXT GENERATION OF CONNECTED CARS

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario, May 31, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — To mark National Autonomous Vehicle Day, BlackBerry Limited (NYSE:BB) (TSX:BB) today announced that the company has joined the OmniAir Consortium as an executive member to help advance the testing, certification, and deployment of technologies for connected vehicles and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS).  BlackBerry successfully demonstrated the interoperability of its V2X certificates at the May 2018 OmniAir MotorCity PlugFest.

“The future of connected vehicles relies on secure communication between vehicles and city infrastructure, other vehicles, and smart devices,” said Jim Alfred, vice president and GM of BlackBerry Certicom. “In order to realize this potential, cars need to talk to one another and to their environment in the same language and with the same protocols to ensure they can trust that communication. The new security credential management system we are announcing today will enhance the security, trustworthiness, and ultimately the safety of V2X communications.”

SCMS – A Secure System to Underpin V2X Communication
V2X communication is the next frontier of connected car capability, allowing for real-time communication between vehicles, road-side equipment, city infrastructure, and smart devices. V2X connectivity provides information to enable safer driving, thereby helping to prevent accidents, reduce congestion and lower emissions through optimized mobility and improved traffic coordination. The success of V2X technology, however, depends on cybersecurity and the trusted verification of each and every message that is sent or received between and among cars and things like traffic lights or road signs. The system must be designed so that hackers cannot harm the public interest by modifying V2X messages in transit from certified devices.

Available in Fall 2018, BlackBerry’s security credential management system (SCMS) will secure the communication of vehicles with each other and with roadside equipment in two ways: digital signatures, which protect messages against manipulation, and certificates, which identify the sender as trustworthy.

BlackBerry’s SCMS will enable OEMs, suppliers, municipal infrastructure makers and roadside equipment manufacturers to implement V2X security protocols in their automotive embedded systems. Connected vehicles and devices will be able to enroll in the SCMS, obtain security certificates from authorized Certificate Authorities and use those certificates to sign V2X messages.

Advancing the Testing, Certification and Deployment of Connected Vehicle Technologies 
The OmniAir Consortium develops testing and certification programs for vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) devices as part of its mission to promote a robust, secure communications system for cooperative driving. OmniAir Consortium’s members work together to promote the deployment of secure and interoperable connected vehicle technologies. Members also work cooperatively to address technical challenges and to advance independent, third-party testing and certification.

“We are delighted to have BlackBerry as part of OmniAir and help us progress our efforts to standardize the certification process of V2X devices,” said Jason Conley, Executive Director for OmniAir. “Building and managing a V2X device certification program is critical to creating a secure and interoperable V2X ecosystem and BlackBerry’s deep expertise in operating Certification Authorities for the trusted device space will further strengthen OmniAir’s V2X interoperability program.”

BlackBerry – Leading the Way in Secure and Trusted V2X Communications 
In 2009, BlackBerry acquired Certicom, a specialist in Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) and the inventor of the implicit certificate and butterfly key concepts which are being leveraged in V2X communications. The application of these concepts enables security with efficiency for future connected car and Intelligent Transportation Systems.

BlackBerry Certicom pioneered the use of high-scale public key infrastructure (PKI) solutions for mobile, smart metering and telematics applications, developing technology that has secured hundreds of millions of devices. Its PKI services leverage trusted, reliable, BlackBerry infrastructure to provide global reach and support OEMs, road operators and government stakeholders with a vested interest in assuring the robustness of connected and autonomous cars.

About BlackBerry
BlackBerry is an enterprise software and services company focused on securing and managing IoT endpoints. The company does this with BlackBerry Secure, an end-to-end Enterprise of Things platform, comprised of its enterprise communication and collaboration software and safety-certified embedded solutions. Based in Waterloo, Ontario, the company was founded in 1984 and operates in North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, Middle East, Latin America and Africa. The Company trades under the ticker symbol “BB” on the Toronto Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange. For more information, visit www.BlackBerry.com.

About OmniAir Consortium

OmniAir Consortium is the leading industry association promoting interoperability and certification for Connected Vehicles, ITS, and transportation payment systems.  OmniAir’s membership includes public agencies, private companies, research institutions, and test laboratories.  Learn more about OmniAir at www.omniair.org.

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