Autonomous cars rely heavily on wireless communication channels like vehicle-to-vehicle interaction, navigation route information, GPS, and other driving data. Autonomous cars continuously communicate with their environment so accessing these different channels can increase the risk of malicious attacks on the vehicles. Cube protects autonomous vehicles’ security with blockchain technology, more specifically, an AI-based deep learning and quantum hash cryptography. The $770 billion autonomous automotive industry will see Cube as the first user of blockchain-based security. Download the CUBE Fast Facts here Read more in depth about the tech that powers CUBE and download the whitepaper Features
One of blockchains biggest advantages is its security. CUBE uses blockchain technology to ensure the security of autonomous mobile networks.
Autonomous vehicles require information from a range of different IOT devices in order to operate. Attackers try to sneak in and gain access to the network in the gaps between the car, IoT device, and traffic center. In such instances, the hash of the infected binary differs from the hash included in the multisig transaction which is signed by the SW provider and the OEM. Thus, the vehicles can readily detect such an attack before installing the infected SW update. Distribution of a false update by claiming to be the OEM or SW update provider could be ceased since the overlay nodes are aware of the Public Key of the OEM and the SW update provider. Therefore, the attacker cannot claim to be either of these entities as it requires the private key associated with the Public Key of the relevant entities.
We plan to apply the AI learning layer of Cube sometime in 2019, with full commercialisation by 2020. Currently,, network security is a passive system that collects patches to prevent the reuse of methods used in previous hacking attempts.
Cube will train, in supervisor mode, using the past as a foundation to construct a defense system against future attacks. It does this by creating malicious attack scenarios and runs through them hundreds of millions of times. Cube’s intrusion detection system, using deep neural networks for vehicle network security, has two parts: A discriminative deep architecture and a generative deep architecture, depending on how the architectures are exploited. After the pre-training phase is complete, fine-tuning will be performed using the gradient descent method with supervised learning. While blockchain is used as the first and main security method, AI deep learning-based security will guarantee the double defense system.
Cube's quantum hash technology will provide an important opportunity to ensure a high level of security throughout the blockchain field using simple hash technology. Cube increases the level of security by using continuously changing quantum characteristics, The characteristics that the data receive depend on the angle of polarization; further, the characteristics of the data are destroyed at the moment of a malicious attack.
CUBE Technology Market Application Plan Blockchain has improved security by using hashes appropriately. However, there is a growing concern that as the performance of computers grows rapidly, hash cryptography can become a limitation. Cube develops quantum cryptography to prevent malicious attacks against autonomous vehicles. This Quantum Cryptography will contribute not only to the autonomous drive, but also to the overall upgrade of the entire Blockchain technology. This Quantum Hashing Cryptography Layer will be applied from 2022
OTA technology can remotely upgrade existing automotive software, improve performance and patch bugs as they appear and keeps cars on the road by keeping them updated at all times. CUBE will provide software diagnostics and install bug patches remotely with OTA technology based on the blockchain.Autonomous Vehicle Security Platform (2019)
We have plans to make anonymous autonomous vehicle data available for purchase sometime in 2019. Our two major sales models are: 1. Autonomous car security platform (licensed to car companies) 2. The sale of drivers’ anonymous data
The global automotive market is $1.7 trillion.
Over-the-air market is expected to grow
in the next 5 years.
Autonomous car market is $65 billion for next 10 years.
CUBE aims to target
of this rapidly growing market in the next 10 years.
The CUBE token links driving-related information from the car to data consumers who need this information. The owners of the car generate the driving information while driving the car, receiving CUBE tokens in return. CUBE digitizes this information and links it into a blockchain. Data providers can receive the various services, such as “Over the Air” (OTA) services, autonomous car security services, and mileage insurance services from data consumers.
Data consumers who need this information will provide the services in exchange of Cube tokens. When an automobile generates information, all nodes send, utilize, and receive it. Automobiles exchange their data as nodes, and the data consumers who need this information provide various services with receiving tokens. Data consumers can also provide the OTA services, or autonomous car driving support information to the data providers. This circulation is a key principle of the CUBE token. CUBE is not a simple cryptocurrency. CUBE is a leading technology that applies blockchain to advance data security and sharing in a real world situation.
SK Group total Vice Chairman (former)
SK Ltd. CEO (former)
Miso Microcredit Bank Chairman (former)
Korea Fencing Association Chairman
Seoul City Ochastra Chairman
Shin, Hun Cheol, is a former SK Group Vice Chairman. He was selected for Forbes’ top 48 heroes of philanthropy. He has helped the poor people.
He also founded Greencar with Bong H. Lee as an initial seed investor.
Dr. Bong Lee graduated from Stanford AMP, SUNY, and worked for 12 years as a professor. Since then, Dr.Lee has been working as an IT professional in the automotive field for 15 years. He established Xroad and generated $300M USD and is listed on KOSDAQ (Korean stock exchange). More recently, Dr.Lee co-founded ‘Green Car’ car sharing and went on to sell it to ‘KT Kumho Rent-a-Car’. Green Car has gone on to add more than 5,000 vehicles to its fleet and a market cap of over 300M USD.
Robert studied Social and Cultural Studies and a Foundation Degree in Anthropology at Goldsmiths University, London. He’s well versed in business development, marketing, start-ups, and consulting for a large Korean corporations. He is now applying these skills with a keen interest focused on the potential of blockchain technology and machine learning, which he believes will revolutionise the way we live and interact with the world.
Jae Sung Lee founded CUBE in 2017 and is currently head Director of the Seoul office. Jae Sung Lee is a medical doctor and has been working closely with the Cube team since the original Green Car project. He came to the Cube after working in the hospital. He majored in mechanical engineering at Hanyang University. After that, he graduated medical school of Kyung Hee University, and went on to to work at the University hospital.
Lee received a Ph.D. in Physics from Yonsei University. Since then, he has worked as a researcher at the Brain Science Institute at KAIST. Dr. Lee worked as a researcher at ETRI, and for 15 years was part of the ‘next generation technology’ team at Samsung Electronics central research institute. Dr. Lee is currently in charge of CUBE's AI development.
Cho was part of the Samsung SDS Cloud Development Team as a developer. He is known as a big data transaction developer, with a deep expertise in the decentralized technologies. His specialties are performing system infrastructure of blockchain projects(CUBE), and designing blockchain application architectures.
Seong-hun cho has experience in the industry with deep knowledge of Cryptocurrency Mining. He’s deeply fascinated by cryptocurrency mining and new implementation frameworks, favorite research for mining and private consensus algorithm. He’s a great team player and is happy to share his knowledge with his coworkers..
Choi is a Full-Stack Web Developer. He graduated from Ajou University majoring in Digital Media. He was responsible for a lot of public institutions' web development. Rather than take a cushy government job, Choi joined Cube and is now in charge of CUBE’s server development
Jeong JongHyeon is currently working the web, front end, and Android application He is also in charge of improving the responsiveness of the website and other SUBE applications.
Ryan Park graduated from the Department of Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. Ryan majored in the embedded system of autonomous driving cars, and is an expert in IOT devices based on blockchain technology. Ryan is also responsible for hardware security embedded systems.
Sung Min Park graduated in computer engineering Department at Carnegie Mellon University. He has developed a door lock based on blockchain at ‘Bluetail’ , and is now working on blockchain network security in the CUBE research lab.
Balakrishnan is a technology evangelist with more than 12 years of experience in IT. He has experience in eCommerce, digital marketing, business development and start-ups, with a strong track record in social marketplaces - he’s a salesman who knows his stuff! A true believer in open source technology, Balakrishnan has helped companies to design, develop and implement open source digital marketplaces across the board. He’s a true believer in blockchain-based autonomous vehicle security and is excited to work towards a decentralized economy.
At Cube Intelligence, Balakrishnan’s impressive skill set is put to use working on technology organization, deployment and design.
Dr.Ryu holds a doctorate in Finance. She studied at Sloan School and Artificial Intelligence Lab at MIT. She was CFO at Xroad and CFO at EC Miner, which is a big data specialist company. She is currently working as the CFO of CUBE.
Hyesun Lee majored in art at Sookmyung Women's University and graduated with a master's degree in design from UCLA. She is the head designer at CUBE
Yoon Jae Song graduated from Sungkyunkwan University, a major scouting location for Samsung to find management candidates. He’s in charge of the CUBE user experience.
Hae Won Kwon has been part of a variety of corporates projects with major conglomerates likes LG, and Lotte. She has been in charge of UI design of several startups and now an integral part of the UI team at CUBE.
Il Man Kong graduated from Pima CC and worked for Chosun Daily, YBM and Mirae Pharmaceuticals as a sales representative and a HR specialist.
Dr.Hwang is the Korean Autonomous Committee Co-Chair with Vice Minister of Transportation. He has was the Vice President of Hongik University, and Dean of Engineering School of Hongik University, and a Chair of the Korean Transportation Development Research Center. He is also a Chairman of the Korean Car Sharing Committee.
Ian Scarffe is a serial entrepreneur, investor and consultant with business experience from around the world. As a leading entrepreneur, Ian is on a personal mission to develop a culture of entrepreneurship, helping startups achieve their full potential as well as helping to expand existing companies.
A leading expert in Bitcoin, Blockchain and Crypto industries, Ian is at the very heart of revolutionizing the financing industry across the globe and currently consults and advises for a range of companies.
Dr.Park has been a professor at Seoul National University, and KAIST. He also worked as a key engineer of Delphi. Managed the Technical Center of Automotive Product Systems. He developed electronic controlled automotive components such as Smart Airbag, Suspension, Electric Power Steering. ABS, Sensors, EMS-ECU (Engine Management System-Electronic Control Unit), and HVAC System
Jae Kim is Cryptocurrency expert, ICO adviser, and an incubator. He has been an advisor of IndaHash. Jae Kim is also a well known influential Youtuber in Korea, and is known as Coinmong.
Jay Kim graduated from the University of Chicago majoring in Computer Science. Kim worked at Samsung SDS as a software engineering consultant. He also provided technical support to improve team capability. Kim is operating the most comprehensive ICO information community in the Korean market. (ICOSchedule.co.kr & ICO Insight.cokr-in the works)
Studied at Stanford Graduate School of Business and Seoul National University. He has served as a researcher at Daewoo Research Institute, worked as a credit analyst at UBAF Bank, and also as a fund manager at KDIM. He is running a venture capital form, and became a CEO of Adval Capital. He has invested in more than 70 start-up companies and also acts as an advisor to the Innobiz Association.
Richard Biggs graduated from London School of Economics, and worked at Ernst & Young as an analyst for Financial Advisory Group, Due diligence for multinational M&A transactions. He also worked at ABN-Amro as an associate equity researcher.
CUBE, XROAD Chairman Bong Lee, Ph.D.
Dr.Lee founded ‘Greencar’ a 700 fleet strong-car sharing platform. It was then sold to Korean-Japanese conglomerate Lotte. Green care went on support a fleet of 5,000 cars and a market cap is over 300M USD.
There are plans for Greencar to fully adopt CUBE’s security technology to keep its fleet secure.
Greencar owns 5,000 cars in Korea
Over 10M users
CUBE Chairman Bong Lee,
Ph.D. founded Greencar
CUBE is a British corporation that produces security platform for autonomous vehicles based on blockchain technology. Autonomous cars continuously communicate with various sites to remotely monitor their internal and outside states. These various network accesses increase the risk of malicious attacks on autonomous vehicles. Cube solves the problem of these autonomous vehicles’ security by using blockchain technologies, AI-based deep learning and quantum hash cryptography.
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In the operation of autonomous vehicles, many IOTs provide information to autonomous vehicles. The attacker seeks to gain access to the network between an autonomous car and IoT or traffic center. In such instances, the hash of the infected binary differs from the hash included in the multisig transaction which is signed by the SW provider and the OEM. Thus, the vehicles can readily detect such an attack before installing the infected SW update. Distribution of a false update by claiming to be the OEM or SW update provider could be ceased since the overlay nodes are aware of the Public Key of the OEM and the SW update provider. Therefore, the attacker cannot claim to be either of these entities as it requires the private key associated with the Public Key of the relevant entities.