C3Subtitles: 32c3: The exhaust emissions scandal („Dieselgate“)
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The exhaust emissions scandal („Dieselgate“)

Take a deep breath into pollution trickery

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Video duration
01:05:10
Language
English
Abstract
Analysis of the emission scandal shaking the German automotive industry from a procedural, organizational and technical level. Includes insight into cheating for advanced managers and code extraction from ECUs from Ebay. And from Volkswagen. Initially.

The exhaust emission scandal has visibly shaken the confidence auto buyers put into the German automotive industry.
The details are – half a year after Volkswagen managers confessed to fraud – scarce, very scare.
Both around the procedural and the technical details of the betrayal. Daniel will show how engineering a Electronic Control Unit (ECU) works, and how many people are involved.
And he will take a look at the revealing communication from the affected parties. That try to share nothing with many words but still reveal a few interesting details.
Felix takes the other approach and looks at body of evidence that 8+ million people have access to but too few took a closer look.
He will share the tricks to extract the firmware from the affected engine control units and share the findings he made along the way and when he looked at the plain and honest truth in code.

Talk ID
7331
Event:
32c3
Day
1
Room
Hall 1
Start
2 p.m.
Duration
01:00:00
Track
Ethics, Society & Politics
Type of
lecture
Speaker
Felix „tmbinc“ Domke
Daniel Lange (DLange)

Talk & Speaker speed statistics

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158.3 wpm
860.5 spm
While speaker(s) speak(s):
160.2 wpm
872.0 spm
168.3 wpm
891.0 spm
155.1 wpm
860.0 spm
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Talk & Speaker speed statistics with word clouds

Whole talk:
158.3 wpm
860.5 spm
While speakers speak:
160.2 wpm
872.0 spm
Felix „tmbinc“ Domke:
168.3 wpm
891.0 spm
Daniel Lange (DLange):
155.1 wpm
860.0 spm