Led by SNCF
On the one hand, this WP is dedicated to attacking devices identification (emission, amplification systems available in the public domain, which can be used to generate EM attacks) and on the other hand, it focuses on the victim system trough a systemic analysis of the rail infrastructure. EM attack scenario will be implemented to assess the actual EM vulnerability of the railway Infrastructure.
Led by Politecnico di Torino
It will be focused on the topologic architecture of the railway infrastructure and network. The topological architecture corresponds to wired network including wired transmission links, cables, electronic and electric devices.
led by IFSTTAR
It will deal with the EM attack detection solution including sensors and processes to discriminate normal EM conditions and EM attack conditions. Output information data of the development of this WP3 will be serving the diagnostic system and dynamic protection in WP4.
led by TRIALOG
This WP will focus on a dynamic protection solution combining resilient communication architecture with a resilient health and attack management subsystem, and on the assessment of the resulting specification through a simulation assessment and a proof of concept implementation.
led by ALSTOM
will focus on the recommendations for policy makers, operators and the rail industry and will contribute to improving European standardization
Led by UIC
It will manage the dissemination and use of results gathered during the project. It will handle the results which might be security sensitive separately from of the other results of public domain.
Led by IFSTTAR
it will ensure that the project is able to achieve high quality results and to guarantee the systematic scientific monitoring of activities throughout the project.
Led by ERT
it will be in charge of the administrative and financial management of the project.