Blogs

Blogs Madeline Cheah

The need for digital forensics in the automotive world

Imagine an illegal hacking incident has taken place in a modern connected vehicle.  We know something has happened, but we don’t know who, exactly what, how or why.  We need to know these things for two reasons; firstly, to catch the bad guy, but secondly to learn how they did it, so we can (hopefully) […]

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Blogs Richard Stocker

Solving the problem of lithium-ion battery ageing

Richard Stocker explains how vehicle engineering and test specialist HORIBA MIRA is working to tackle the problem of lithium ion battery deterioration Lithium ion cells are essential for how we live in modern times. They can be found in everyone’s mobile phones, laptops and cameras, allowing powerful equipment to be portable. They are also increasingly […]

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Blogs Madeline Cheah

The language of hacking

Madeline Cheah, Senior Cyber Security Analyst, HORIBA MIRA, investigates the culture of hacking. Understanding the language of hacking is the key to understanding its culture. The terms hackers use and the way they communicate gives an insight into the way they work, and may even explain why they may seem like they are on the […]

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Blogs Roberto Ponticelli

Simulating traffic flows with connected vehicles

Roberto Ponticelli explains how the UK connected and intelligent traffic environment will help simulate how traffic will flow when vehicles can communicate with infrastructure and each other. Traffic simulation has traditionally been used by local authorities and road network managers to analyse city transport systems and assess proposed changes. On the verge of new mobility […]

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