B-Secur CTO Adrian will be appearing at this year’s Privacy, Security and Trust conference in Belfast on August 28th, outlining how the biometric revolution can help secure connected cars and vehicles.
The 16th annual conference brings together researchers to examine the three key themes of privacy, security and trust, discuss their findings and explore how to apply the results.
Taking place in Belfast’s historic Titanic, we’re delighted that B-Secur CTO Adrian Condon has been asked to join a panel discussion focusing on how to secure connected vehicles.
‘Security & Trust at 70mph - Securing Connected Vehicles’ takes place on the morning of Tuesday 28th August and features leading voices working in automotive innovation across the UK.
With over 20 years’ experience, Adrian has an impressive track record of technology development and delivery across multiple industries including automotive, telecoms and industrial, and has named in the Business and Finance Top CIO/CTO 100 two years in a row.
Most recently, Adrian has led on B-Secur’s collaboration with Analog Devices, specifically the development of an ECG biometrically-enabled steering wheel.
The combination of ADI’s leading signal conditioning technology with B-Secur’s ECG biometric algorithm software enables automobiles to uniquely authenticate and identify drivers and passengers.
The technology also detects driver readiness and wellness by monitoring the driver’s vital signs for any irregularities. In addition, the ECG identification capability can be used to access features such as vehicle entry, immobiliser deactivation, infotainment personalisation and online payments for ridesharing usage, personalised insurance payments and more.
With a simple touch, the car becomes a sophisticated health monitor.
Learn about our work with Analog Devices