Consumer attitudes and intent towards GPS spoofing and jamming of autonomous vehicles and driver assist technologies

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Our recent YouGov consumer survey revealed the risk of cyber-attacks and GPS spoofing as a influencing factor on the decision to purchase a car with autonomous capabilities.

With safety leading the agenda for all automakers, this report provides an interesting consumer perspective on AV’s purchasing preferences. These insights indicate the importance of educating the consumer on the potential spoofing dangers and calls for OEM’s to consider how they implement spoofer mitigation as part of the
cyber-security ecosystem.
The top risks associated with spoofing of GPS systems.
Consumer awareness of GPS spoofing.
Consumer preferences and purchase intent for autonomous driver assist systems and AVs.
How anti-spoofing functionality influences brand choice.

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How FocalPoint is working with General Motors
Our collaboration with GM is focusing on possible applications of Supercorrelation technology in future vehicles, including enhancements and expansion of its Super Cruise advanced hands-free driving assistance technology.
GM has investigated several approaches to mitigate multipath effects in dense urban areas, including integration of GNSS with additional sensors like cameras, wheel odometry, or precise point positioning corrections. S-GNSS entails a simplified systems engineering design to achieve consistent accuracy.
Curtis Hay, Technical Fellow
GNSS, V2X and Maps, General Motors
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