The company will support the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) Member Pavilion at the Hannover fair. Lynx is a member of the IIC and its Security Working Group, and the company has contributed to the groups's Industrial Internet Security Framework (IISF) development.
The Lynx demonstration at the fair will use Lynx MOSA.ic in an industrial robot application consisting of three elements: An Operator Workstation, a Robotic Controller, and a “Prove-It" Workstation. The Operator Workstation is a securely partitioned laptop, isolating trusted design tools from internal and external threats. The Robotic Controller runs on a Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC and features a robust partitioned real-time system that actuates a robotic arm, conveyor belt, and image recognition system. All robotic controls are implemented in independent bare-metal applications in order to minimize attack vectors and reduce non-deterministic behaviour. The “Prove-it” Workstation inspects real-time behaviour of the robotic control system and serves as a malicious endpoint on the network to simulate attacks.