Youssef Laarouchi

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—Embedded electronic components, so-called ECU (Electronic Controls Units), are nowadays a prominent part of a car's architecture. These ECUs, monitoring and controlling the different subsystems of a car, are interconnected through several gateways and compose the global internal network of the car. Moreover, modern cars are now able to communicate with(More)
New airplanes must meet rigorous requirements of aviation safety, operational reliability, high performance and energy efficiency at a low cost. To meet this challenge, we should optimize current system and take advantage of available technology for the next decade. This work is aiming at proposing some evolutions for Flight Control System (FCS) and to(More)
Software in avionics has always been totally separated from open-world software, in order to avoid any interaction that could corrupt critical on-board systems. However, new aircraft generations need more interaction with off-board systems to offer extended services, which makes these information flows potentially dangerous. In this paper, we present a(More)
Embedded electronic components are nowadays a prominent part of a car's architecture. Moreover, modern cars are now able to communicate with other devices through many wired or wireless interfaces. As a consequence, the security of embedded systems in cars has become a main concern for the manufacturers. This paper aims at 1) presenting a short overview of(More)
Ensuring safety in avionics has mostly been achieved through a complete separation between avionics software and open-world software, in order to avoid any interaction that could corrupt critical on-board systems. However, new aircraft generations need more interaction with off-board systems to offer extended services. The extent to which such interactions(More)
In computer systems, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) components offer extended functionalities for a reasonable cost, and consequently have an important economic advantage. However, such components are hard to integrate into critical systems because of the integrity requirements placed on such systems. To alleviate this problem, we consider the use of(More)
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