Dubai PR Network, Online Press Release from Dubai and Middle East
 
Education, Universities & Training(Education & Training)
Filter PR by
  
CUD professor's research into smart city transportation security challenges published in top international journal
 

With an overall accuracy of 99.43% and a detection rate of 99.92%, the solution is in sync with Dubai’s safety concerns for self-driving cars

Dubai, United Arab Emirates - May 26, 2019:   A research paper on security challenges of smart city transportation developed by Canadian University Dubai (CUD) Assistant Professor, Dr. Moayad Aloqaily, has been published in the leading international journal ‘Ad Hoc Networks’.

Dr. Aloqaily’s insights come in the context of a recent directive issued by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, to ensure safety standards in the testing of self-driving cars, which are a centrepiece of the Dubai Autonomous Transportation Strategy and a fundamental development towards smart city living.

With the wave of innovation surrounding Connected and Autonomous Electric Vehicles (CAEVs) in the automobile industry, the paper, entitled ‘An intrusion detection system for connected vehicles in smart cities’, responds to some of the safety concerns surrounding the evolution of intelligent transportation systems. 

Among Dubai’s six strategic objectives in embracing smart city infrastructure is the development of smooth transport, driven by autonomous and shared mobility solutions. The Smart Dubai 2021 strategy recognizes the need to embed security in this process; to anticipate risks and to protect people and information.  

Dr. Aloqaily’s research introduces a continuous, automated cloud service availability framework that can identify security attacks on smart vehicles and promote the effective and efficient protection of this advancing technology. The publication of the paper in a world-renowned journal in the computer networks and communications domain highlights the significance of this research in a global, as well as local context.

Dr. Aloqaily, who teaches in the CUD Faculty of Engineering, Applied Science and Technology, explained, “In the very near future, transportation will go through a transitional period that will shape the industry beyond recognition, and smart vehicles play a significant role in this advancement. The availability of continuous vehicular cloud services is becoming crucial and as smart cities continue to deploy high-performance technologies, security issues with regards to communication and information sharing still prevail.

“Our research aims to mitigate this concern, enabling an intrusion detection mechanism against security attacks that meets users’ quality of service and quality of experience requirements. The proposed solution has achieved an overall accuracy of 99.43% with a detection rate of 99.92%.”

The innovation, which maintains continuous service through clustering smart-vehicles, and uses trusted third parties to mediate the communication process, has the potential to contribute to support the safe implementation of autonomous transportation. Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority aims to transform 25% of the total transportation in the city to autonomous mode by 2030. 


Posted by : Dubai PR Network Editorial Team
Viewed 10950 times
PR Category : Education & Training
Posted on : Sunday, May 26, 2019  12:55:00 PM UAE local time (GMT+4)
Replication or redistribution in whole or in part is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of DubaiPRNetwork.com.
Previous Story : Ivy League inspired Summer Camp for Dubai Kids
Next Story : ENEC CEO Granted Honorary Doctorate from Leading Engineering...
Email this article Print this article

Share this article with your friends and followers
NewsVine
Back to Section Home

Related Stories



 
 
Most Viewed Press Release posted in the last 7 days
HONOR MagicBook Series is Perfect for Fashion Forward, Design Conscious Individuals Across... [4670-Views]
Vatika Launches Natural Hair Food, an Effective Solution for Dry Hair [3268-Views]
Omega Announces Its Role as the Official Timekeeper of the 36th America's Cup [3173-Views]
Foreo Reveals 5 Ways to De-Stress Your Skin [3165-Views]
DTTAG New Executive Committee to Manage Post Covid 19 Return to Normalcy of Travel [3091-Views]
The Best Omega Sunglasses For a Long-Awaited Summer [2899-Views]
Emirates Post Unveils Modern New Website and Look [2677-Views]
Ethical JLT Salon THT is Supporting those whose Jobs have been affected during COVID-19 w... [2640-Views]
Urgent Implementation of ICAO COVID-19 Guidelines Needed [2628-Views]
FEM Collaborates with Arab Comedian Maya Acra to Address the Taboo Around the Topic of Hai... [2526-Views]
Sony Middle East & Africa Introduces New Digital Camera ZV-1, designed for Vlogging in the... [2472-Views]
Karl Lagereld Drives Digital Innovation With Launch of the “Maison Karl Lagerfeld” Game. [2448-Views]
Innovating to Fight COVID-19: Four Ways Drones are Contributing [2398-Views]
Blue Ocean for Islamic Finance Industry [2394-Views]
Commodity Weekly: Crude Oil Frets Geopolitics, Sluggish Demand Bounce [2259-Views]
Ericsson's USA 5G Factory: Staffed by Professionals – Trained by VR [2165-Views]
Airline Debt to Balloon by 28% [2116-Views]
The Ultimate At-Home Facial [2066-Views]
Twentieth “World Milk Day” Sees NFPC Innovate With New Products That Meet Changing Consume... [1960-Views]
Parmigiani Fleurier Toric Fleur [1960-Views]
Al Tayer Motors and Premier Motors Honour UAE's COVID-19 Frontline Heroes [1960-Views]
80th Anniversary of Maserati's Targa Florio Victory Maserati Tests an Mc20 Prototype on th... [1935-Views]
Sony Middle East and Africa and Gearbox team up to offer rental services of latest digital... [1915-Views]
WTTC Launches Safe Travels Protocols for Aviation, Airports, MICE and Tour Operators [1902-Views]
Tips for Keeping Your Smartphone Clean [1870-Views]
 
RSS Facebook Twitter LinkedDin
 
Top Sections
 
Top Stories