Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) are designed to offer various services related to different modes of transportation and traffic management. They empower users to make more informed decisions, enhancing the safety and efficiency of transport networks. In recent years, the focus of intelligent vehicle research has shifted towards Cooperative ITS (C-ITS), where vehicles communicate with each other, pedestrians, and the infrastructure through C-ITS stations.
In our whitepaper, we delve into the challenges that Common Criteria evaluations for C-ITS stations will face. We analyse the constraints associated with the supply chain and the necessary security levels for these devices. Consequently, we propose alternative solutions to mitigate the risks and strike a balance between these aspects.
Are you curious about the future of automotive evaluations? Interested in learning about potential countermeasures? Join us on this journey to explore our experiences and conclusions.