Advancements and Hurdles in the Evolution of Automotive Wireless Interfaces: A Technical Exploration


Nuha Sabek, Joseph Loftus, Kati Sneath, Spencer Ames, and Tauheed Khan Mohd, Eastern Michigan University, USA


The integration of wireless interfaces into vehicles has posed some challenges for the automotive industry over the years. While manufacturers strive to impress consumers with cutting-edge features, these features also bring security risks that cannot be ignored. To prevent potentially fatal incidents, a thorough protocol must be established to address system vulnerabilities. As the modern century moves towards an era of autonomous vehicles, security must be a top priority to avoid compliance breaches and delays in feature development. The significance of vehicle interfaces in the modern automotive industry cannot be overstated.
The present study aims to explore the prospective advantages and challenges associated with the integration of wireless interfaces in the automotive industry. This analysis will primarily focus on the latest technological advancements in vehicle technology and the critical need to secure against possible cyber-attacks. A wide range of topics will be covered in this paper, from the evolution of vehicle interfaces to the industry’s hurdles and strategies to minimize the risks associated with cyber threats. The objective of this study is to provide a comprehensive understanding of wireless interfaces in the automotive sector, including the benefits of implementing such technology, the challenges that it poses, and the measures needed to maintain the security and safety of vehicles, as well as the passengers.


Vehicle Interfaces, Vehicular networks, Evolution of vehicle interfaces, Automotive cybersecurity, vehicle safety, technology of the future