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Cybersecurity of the Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS)

Mariusz Pyzynski, Tomasz Balcerzak
2021 Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems  
Since there is no existing cybersecurity framework specific to the UASs, the civil aviation cybersecurity framework should apply to their operations.  ...  This refers to issues in the area of cybersecurity, privacy, and public safety. UASs, under the international, regional, and national regime of aviation law, are considered aircraft.  ...  Relative to the work of the UAS-AG on the UTM, the document entitled the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Traffic Management (UTM) -A Common Framework with Core Principles for Global Harmonization (Edition 3)  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10846-021-01399-x fatcat:xdagrtf6zzfllittswdjycsi6m

TRENDS AND CHALLENGES IN THE AVIATION SYSTEMS SAFETY AND CYBERSECURITY

JANUSZ ZALEWSKI, ANDREW KORNECKI
2009 TASK Quarterly  
air traffic control and management, as well as unmanned systems.  ...  This paper discusses fundamental problems of providing critical systems safety and cybersecurity in the aviation infrastructure including both airborne and ground systems such as avionics, navigation,  ...  There are various certifications types: authorization of a Type Certificate (TC -for the entire aircraft), Supplemental Type Certificate (STC -for a new equipment in a specific aircraft), or a Technical  ... 
doi:10.17466/tq2019/23.2/a doaj:803bb124705c4598998178362d6e00d0 fatcat:hl7eyxyi2fclpoeccqosjgohka

Civil unmanned aircraft systems and security: The European approach

Mikko Huttunen
2019 Journal of Transportation Security  
Civil unmanned aircraft systems, commonly known as drones, have many useful applications but can also be used to intentionally cause harm.  ...  Although many airports have already adopted such technology, the EU should consider making it mandatory for the busiest airports.  ...  In the specific category, the NCA is responsible for validating the operator's risk assessment.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12198-019-00203-0 fatcat:u5ifem63i5hl5ddve6edrpvrdq

A Taxonomy Framework for Maritime Cybersecurity: A Demonstration Using the Automatic Identification System

Gary C. Kessler, Philip Craiger, Jon C. Haass
2018 TransNav: International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation  
as a specific illustration of the approach.  ...  This paper describes a taxonomy that supports the creation of adversarial cyber models, risk mitigation, and resiliency plans as applied to the maritime industry, using the Automatic Identification System  ...  ) , this paper provides a framework for addressing maritime cybersecurity challenges in a systematic fashion, rather than on an isolated and ad hoc system-by-system or protocol-by-protocol basis (Mansouri  ... 
doi:10.12716/1001.12.03.01 fatcat:y23puk7alvhtjoqpl5jpselzua

Report on the Relevant Legal EU Framework and Assessment of the Ethical Impact

Adriana Perduto, Giovanni Maria Riccio, Maria Laura Salvati, Antonio Carnevale
2021 Zenodo  
This deliverable consists in a report to frame the most relevant legal EU framework and to outline the most adaptable approaches and methods for assessing the ethical impact of ASSISTANCE.  ...  The document analyses the European relevant legal and ethical backgrounds for both defining legal and ethical constraints for ASSISTANCE and preparing the pilot operations and understanding the impact  ...  Since the use of unmanned aircraft systems pose a series of challenges and concrete risks on safety, security and the fundamental rights, the new rules include technical and operational requirements for  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4584720 fatcat:iyin4lfvnrgjngpkt7bk7ktzqy

ICUAS 2020 Technical Sessions and Content List

2020 2020 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS)  
Toward Cybersecurity of Unmanned Aircraft System Operations under "Specific" Category, pp. 1433-1441. Tran, Trung Duc SOGILIS Company and Univ.  ...  Risk-Based Path Planning Strategy to Compute Optimum Risk Path for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Over Populated Areas, pp. 641-650.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icuas48674.2020.9214040 fatcat:y6r2fdllsfdb7khv5w6x6jktvy

A Survey on Operation Concept, Advancements, and Challenging Issues of Urban Air Traffic Management

Rakesh Shrestha, Inseon Oh, Shiho Kim
2021 Frontiers in Future Transportation  
To understand the complexity of future air transportation system, we discuss the necessary elements required for an urban air traffic management system.  ...  and mobility system.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank the Industry and Technology Department of Incheon Metropolitan City for supporting the PAV and CAV convergence R&D center at Yonsei Global Campus through  ... 
doi:10.3389/ffutr.2021.626935 doaj:c6e661d146d54af3b8b561a1ce85d291 fatcat:3pv2mrv3xvexbohqvvqg5j37va

UAS Pilots Code

Kristy K. Kiernan, Donald W. Steinman, Ryan J. Wallace
2016 Collegiate Aviation Review International  
Tools to advance UAS safety and professionalism Preface [Y]ou don't have to be a manned pilot to understand and embrace a safety culture.  ...  Cf., JARUS, JARUS OPS, Recommendations for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), Operations for Category A and B, JAR_DEL_WG2_D.03, Art. 4-Principles for UA operations, ❡ 1 (Oct. 7, 2017), available at http  ...  ("For a single hazard, two risk analyses may be needed, one for manned aircraft and one for unmanned aircraft.  ... 
doi:10.22488/okstate.18.100485 fatcat:iwu4fsbc7resjllt7bghvt3sde

Final Program

2020 2020 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS)  
aircraft systems.  ...  ., and in my capacity as the President of the Association, it is a privilege, a great pleasure and an honor to welcome you to the 2020 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS'20).  ...  The main contribution of this paper is the design of an observer-based model reference control for multi-agent systems with eventtriggered mechanism using a dynamic-threshold.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icuas48674.2020.9214039 fatcat:7jr6chhfija47kgtwoxqmfmmoe

The Rise of Drones in Internet of Things: A survey on the evolution, prospects and challenges of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Nader S. Labib, Matthias R. Brust, Gregoire Danoy, Pascal Bouvry
2021 IEEE Access  
The recent years have seen a rise in the incorporation and integration of new smart connected devices and platforms such as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) to the ubiquitous network of Internet of Things  ...  This introduces new research challenges in privacy, security and most notably in the safe management of UAVs' operation under high traffic demands.  ...  and freeing manned ATC for specific and complex tasks that may with higher risk missions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3104963 fatcat:yygm5udp7jbwzl4zqi7og5iwhm

Drone Security: Issues and Challenges

Rizwan Majeed, Nurul Azma Abdullah, Muhammad Faheem Mushtaq, Rafaqut Kazmi
2021 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
Small drones are proving to be a new opportunity for the civil and military industries. The small drones are suffering from architectural issues and the definition of security and safety issues.  ...  drone cyber-security methods, security threats to drones and data sources for current literature review.  ...  A UAV is also a UAS that is controlled by a controller [38] . 4) RPA: Remotely Piloted Aircraft works independently for a long time without any intervention.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2021.0120584 fatcat:piip6wgirjcatpnpmq6xxyz5gi

Opening Autonomous Airspace–a Prologue

Samuel Vance
2017 International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace  
AGL] This airspace is designed primarily for the piloted, singlepiston engine, a recreational user who owns either a vintage aircraft without an electrical system or a simple, low-cost aircraft for pleasure  ...  personal air taxis or more traditional, transport-category aircraft.  ... 
doi:10.15394/ijaa.2017.1164 fatcat:jmqgdbkryvh7hith5pp65rpbkq

Reliable and secure surveillance, communications and navigation (RSCAN) for Unmanned Air Systems (UAS) in controlled airspace

Denise S. Ponchak, Fred L. Templin, Greg Sheffield, Pedro Taboso, Raj Jain
2018 2018 IEEE Aerospace Conference  
A cybersecure future UAS CNS architecture is needed to support the NASA vision for an Unmanned Air Traffic Management (UTM) system in uncontrolled airspace and a cooperative operation of manned and unmanned  ...  The aviation industry faces a rapidly-emerging need for integrating Unmanned Air Systems (UAS) into the national airspace (NAS).  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work is aligned with the NASA Safe Autonomous Systems Operation (SASO) program under NASA contract number NNA16BD84C.  ... 
doi:10.1109/aero.2018.8396511 fatcat:bkf2o65uorex3g6jzo4yd22fpy

TECHNOLOGY OF PROPULSION SYSTEM FOR UNMANNED COMBAT AERIAL VEHICLE (UCAV) – A REVIEW

Muhammad Akhdan Fadhil, Romie Oktovianus Bura, Gita Amperiawan, Sovian Aritonang
2022 International Journal of Education and Social Science Research  
Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle (UCAV) is an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that is used for intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance and carries aircraft ordnance such as missiles  ...  It is helpful to establish the development framework of the UCAV propulsion system and provide the essential information on electric propulsion UCAVs.  ...  UAVs are a component of an unmanned aircraft system (UAS), which includes adding a ground-based controller and a system of communications with the UAV.  ... 
doi:10.37500/ijessr.2022.5306 fatcat:vkbjmhpxp5cahjug52g32azmbu

Assessing Threats to South Korea's Undersea Communications Cable Infrastructure

Sean O'Malley
2019 The Korean Journal of International Studies  
Using a design basis threat (DBT) framework, this paper assesses the threat environment of Northeast Asia for South Korea's undersea communications cable infrastructure, and clarifies the role of the South  ...  Nonetheless, compared to its alliance partner the United States, South Korea designates fewer of its own cable systems as critical and has no uniform approach for assessing threats and protecting this  ...  None of the threats under the categories of natural or accidental would warrant a threat statement-they would be operator responsibility.  ... 
doi:10.14731/kjis.2019.12.17.3.385 fatcat:7lo7zsk4h5cn3pp2ibvnikffwi
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