Zenzic – formally Meridian – has announced a new funding competition this week for connected and automated vehicle cybersecurity feasibility studies to determine input specifications for CAM cyber test facilities.
The UK organisation has worked alongside the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV) and Innovate UK to deliver a £2 million competition to ensure the scope has a specific focus on industry’s requirements to develop long-term products and services. Entry for the competition will close on 25 September.
Zenzic will collate outputs and create consolidated requirements set for CCAV to determine scope for a future testing and development infrastructure competition – currently proposed to be launched in 2020. The maximum grant available for each project will be £400k, with a 4% levy payable by industry partners to Zenzic.
Proposals must fulfill requirements, including cyber-physical resilience, input specifications for new cyber test facilities and develop new cyber-related services.