Our recent survey paper on the security of connected and automated vehicles has been published

Our paper entitled “Blockchain Applications to Improve Operation and Security of Transportation Systems: A Survey” has been accepted and published by the MDPI Electronics journal. (https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics10050629)


Blockchain technology continues to grow and extend into more areas with great success, which highlights the importance of studying the fields that have been, and have yet to be, fundamentally changed by its entrance. In particular, blockchain technology has been shown to be increasingly relevant in the field of transportation systems. More studies continue to be conducted relating to both fields of study and their integration. It is anticipated that their existing relationships will be greatly improved in the near future, as more research is conducted and applications are better understood. Because blockchain technology is still relatively new as compared to older, more well-used methods, many of its future capabilities are still very much unknown. However, before they can be discovered, we need to fully understand past and current developments, as well as expert observations, in applying blockchain technology to the autonomous vehicle field. From an understanding and discussion of the current and potential future capabilities of blockchain technology, as provided through this survey, advancements can be made to create solutions to problems that are inherent in autonomous vehicle systems today. The focus of this paper is mainly on the potential applications of blockchain in the future of transportation systems to be integrated with connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) to provide a broad overview of the current related literature and research studies in this field.


Khoshavi, N.; Tristani, G.; Sargolzaei, A. Blockchain Applications to Improve Operation and Security of Transportation Systems: A Survey. Electronics 202110, 629. https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics10050629

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