The increased use of wireless and internet-enabled devices—from smartphones and computers to cars and home appliances—and the data they generate are creating opportunities and challenges for the defense and commercial sectors. To help explore and better understand the complex relationship created by the intersection of physical and cyber technology within the ever more congested electromagnetic spectrum, DARPA embarked on a year-long effort to build an engaged community of engineers and scientists operating within relevant technical areas.
The results of these efforts culminated in November 2017, during a weeklong DARPA Bay Area Software Defined Radio (SDR) Hackfest at NASA Ames Conference Center in Moffett Field, California. Teams from across the country came together to explore the cyber-physical interplay of SDR and unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs. Lessons learned are expected to help identify opportunities and vulnerabilities associated with the emerging nexus of advanced radio technology and the Internet of Things
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