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Secure Location-Aware Authentication and Communication for Intelligent Transportation Systems

  title={Secure Location-Aware Authentication and Communication for Intelligent Transportation Systems},
  author={Nima Shoghi Ghaleshahi and Ramyad Hadidi and Jaewon Lee and Jun Chen and Arthur Siqueira and Rahul Rajan and Shaan Dhawan and Pooya Shoghi Ghalehshahi and Hyesoon Kim},
Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) are expected to effectively create a stand-alone network for secure communication among autonomous agents. In such a dynamic and fast-changing network with high-speed agents, verifying the authenticity and integrity of messages while taking preventive action (e.g., applying brakes) within tens of milliseconds is one of the main challenges. In such a brief moment after receiving a message, the agent not only must verify the integrity and authenticity of… Expand

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