Platoons of autonomous vehicles are being investigated as a way to increase road capacity and fuel efficiency. Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control (CACC) is an approach to achieve such platoons, in which vehicles collaborate using wireless communication. While this collaboration improves performance, it also makes the vehicles vulnerable to cyberattacks. In this paper the performance of a sliding mode observer (SMO) based approach to cyber-attack detection is analysed, considering simultaneous attacks on the communication and local sensors. To this end, the considered cyber-attacks are divided into three classes for which relevant theoretical properties are proven. Furthermore, the harm that attacks within each of these classes can do to the system while avoiding detection is analysed based on simulation examples.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the European Control Conference (ECC 2021)|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|
|Event||2021 European Control Conference (ECC) - Virtual , Netherlands|
Duration: 29 Jun 2021 → 2 Jul 2021
|Name||2021 European Control Conference, ECC 2021|
|Conference||2021 European Control Conference (ECC)|
|Period||29/06/21 → 2/07/21|
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