（*唐风敏，第五开发本部汽车电子部主任，中国汽车技术研究中心，汽车工程研究院 Mr. Fengmin Tang , Director of Automotive Electronics Department, Fifth Development Division, China Automotive Technology Research Center, Automotive Engineering Research Institute.）
"Next Generation E/E Architecture Safety System Development"
The core issue of intelligent connected vehicles (level L3 and above) is safety. Functional safety and information security are complementary and inseparable to build a security system for the electronic and electrical architecture of intelligent connected vehicles. Based on this security system, the intelligent network can be guaranteed. The safety and reliability of the intelligent functions of connected vehicles and the safety and reliability of connected control. This speech will explain the roadmap for the development of intelligent connected vehicle technology; the safety challenges faced by intelligent connected vehicles; the necessity of building a security system for intelligent connected vehicles and the construction of a new-generation architecture security system
Mr. Fengmin Tang , Director of Automotive Electronics Department, Fifth Development Division, China Automotive Technology Research Center, Automotive Engineering Research Institute.
Working Experiences: July 2007-January 2010: Chery Automobile Co., Ltd. Electronic and Electrical Department February 2010-present: China Automotive Technology Research Center Automotive Engineering Research Institute Department of Electronics. Since 2007, he has been engaged in the research and development of electrical and electronic architecture. He has rich experience in the development process of electrical and electronic architecture, vehicle bus, functional safety, electrical architecture, and the use of PREEvision software. He has experience in the development of electrical and electronic architecture for 15 models. Presided over the compilation of the electronic and electrical architecture part of the national major special project "Intelligent Connected Vehicle Electronic and Electrical Architecture Development" and "Intelligent Connected Vehicle Technology Roadmap 2.0".