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Re: Toyota
kfield   1/26/2014 6:15:22 PM
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David - that's a fantastic idea, but I think you are correct a long shot. I was thinking about someone from Medtronics and the hack of their insulin pump (I think it was?) since that is a few years old. K

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David Ashton   1/26/2014 5:57:48 PM
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Karen, I know this would be a (very) long shot, but could you not also try and get someone from Toyota to talk about how they overcame these problems?

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Good topic
daleste   1/26/2014 3:08:16 PM
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This should be a very interesting talk.  There has been a lot of work on the hardware side to ensure failsafe electronics for automotive.  Now that the firmware is becoming a bigger part of the picture, the failsafe tactics used on the hardware side need to be implemented in the software.

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