A framework for the Secure Gateway concept architecture.
Introduction to sgframework
Secure Gateway is a concept for an Internet Protocol (IP) based in-vehicle infotainment network, with a secure connection to the safety-critical vehicle network. This allows the user to install infotainment apps on the infotaiment head unit (IHU), without compromising the vehicle safety. The concept is also useful for example in industrial applications, where serial communication to industrial equipment must be protected, or in general for Internet-of-things (IoT) applications.
This sgframework library is a Python package intended for implementing demonstration nodes in the suggested architecture.
There are several examples available, including examples running CAN (Controller Area Network) communication on embedded Linux boards (for example Raspberry Pi and Beaglebone).
Free software: BSD license
Source code on GitHub: https://github.com/caran/SecureGateway
Python Package Index (PyPI): https://pypi.python.org/pypi/sgframework
Examples use the can4python package for CAN communication.
Implements Apps and Resources.
Supports Python 3.3 and later.
Installation and usage
See separate documentation pages.
0.2.1 - 0.2.3 (2016-10-17)
Documentation dependency update for readthedocs.org
Documentation adjustment to display nicely on PyPI.
First release on GitHub.
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