与以前的网关相比，现在相互连接的网关作为内部通信的中心点和连接外部世界的纽带，必须提供更多功能。这不但带来了 eCall 之类的优势，也产生了可能从外部操纵行驶循环之类的威胁。选择合适的微控制器时，必须考虑这些方面。例如，英飞凌可扩展的 AURIX™ 系列经过精确设计，用于增强通信、降低功耗并保持环境安全。
- 启用虚拟联网和 ECU 降级
- ISO 26262 合规性支持 ASIL 要求
Infotainment system with OPTIGA™ TPM
OPTIGA™ TPM offers a broad portfolio of standardized security controllers to protect the integrity and authenticity of embedded devices and systems. OPTIGA™ TPM security chips provide robust protection for critical data and processes through their rich functionality.
Why choose OPTIGA™ TPM for automotive security?
Infineon is the first supplier worldwide to offer an automotive-qualified TPM. Infineon’s OPTIGA™ TPM offers a variety of features to protect automotive functions against malicious attacks. It brings easy to integrate, easy to use and easy to maintain security to your car.
Secured for Industrial networks with OPTIGA™ TPM 2.0
OPTIGA™ TPM is a standardized, feature-rich security solution which protects the integrity and authenticity of devices and systems in automotive ECUs. It builds on proven technologies and supports the latest TPM 2.0 standard
Security Solutions with AURIX ™
The AURIX™ 32-bit microcontroller family is a highly scalable security portfolio that supports the latest EVITA-based standard for automotive security requirements. AURIX™ is a trusted anchor that connects a car’s network to the outer world.
Car Security - Chances and challenges
What are the challenges faced by automakers and their suppliers? What impact does this have on standardisation and normalisation? What role do semiconductor manufacturers like Infineon play in that context? How can the legislator protect personal data in the car?
Car Security - Communication
To what extent does Information security matter for the Driver or the vehicle? How do semiconductor Technologies secure communication processes in the car? Are different semiconductor Solutions needed?
Car Security - Why is Infineon the perfect partner?
What distinguishes Infineon from other manufacturers in the area of security and automotive? Which future developments does Infineon expect for cars? What influence do the increased security requirements have on Infineon’s products?