2019 DOE-Vehicle Technologies Office Cyber-Security of On-Road Transportation Meeting
This meeting is by invitation only. Please do not register if you have not been contacted by DOE.
Purpose of the meeting: The goal of the Department of Energy Vehicle Technology Office (DOE-VTO) meeting on Cyber-Security of On-Road Transportation is to discuss the current research and challenges associated with cyber-physical protection of electric and connected and automated vehicle (CAV) related technologies. This meeting will provide an insight into the DOE-VTO funded projects in this research space. These projects are focused on security for Plug-in Electric Vehicles (PEVs) and public charging infrastructure from AC charging (~3 to 15 kW) to high-power DC fast charging (50 to 400 kW) with an emphasis on eXtreme Fast Charging (XFC) of 300 to 400 kW. Further, DOE-VTO is developing an assessment of emergent cybersecurity threats to the U.S. on-road transportation system with 5- to 10-year impact. This assessment is meant to provide a view of the threats beyond the PEV charging infrastructure that VTO should address. This meeting is intended to serve as a forum for other Federal agencies to provide insights on their research priorities and areas of focus. This will help determine where coordination with these existing and future efforts will be beneficial. A successful outcome includes formulating areas of research where cross-agency research coordination and cooperation can be pursued.