Auto, technology industries clash over talking cars – U.S. News & World Report

Posted: Thursday, August 25, 2016

V2V systems have been developed with cybersecurity protections, said Debra Bezzina, a V2V expert at the University of Michigan’s Transportation Research Institute. The signals are also anonymous. The cars essentially say, “Here I am,” but they don’t provide identifying information such as license plate, registration, vehicle identification number or even make and model. That means it’s unlikely anyone could target a specific vehicle using a V2V signal, she said.

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