Resources and content related to the work and interests of Dr. Jeremy Daily, Associate Professor of Systems Engineering at Colorado State University
Projects and data from networks on heavy vehicles. J1939 tools and resources are available to help students and researchers understand some of the challenges of securing heavy vehicles. Many projects are open source and linked to public Github repositories.
The following repository contains source and documentation for projects initiated and maintained while Dr. Daily has been at Colorado State University: https://github.com/SystemsCyber
Many of these git repositories were forked from the Github page Dr. Daily used at The University of Tulsa.
The CyberTruck Challenge is a 501(c)(3) non-profit company with a twin mission:
A list of presentations in reverse chronological order given by Dr. Daily and his students on various topics. Some presentations are tied to published papers presented at conferences.
Archives and data from the many years of crash testing that was hosted on The University of Tulsa's Crash Reconstruction Research Consortium website. Some of the pages include: