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Fostering worldwide interoperabilityGeneva, 13-16 July 2009 ITS HIS – TIA T. Russell Shields Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) 14 DOCUMENT #:GSC14-PLEN-010.

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1 Fostering worldwide interoperabilityGeneva, July 2009 ITS HIS – TIA T. Russell Shields Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) 14 DOCUMENT #:GSC14-PLEN-010 FOR:Presentation SOURCE:TIA AGENDA ITEM:PLEN 6.6

2 Fostering worldwide interoperability 2 Geneva, July 2009 TIA is ISO TC204 Secretariat Continues strong activity in WG16 on Wide Area Communications (CALM, WAVE, IntelliDrive) Is still Administrator of US TAG and WAG 16 TIA also supports Engineering Committee TR-48, Vehicular Telematics m?comm=tr-48 WG16 Invested considerable effort in Architecture standards (especially 21217), CALM Media development (13 active items, 3 on ballot), and CALM Networking draft (21210) Published Application Management standard ( ) Highlight of Current Activities (1)

3 Fostering worldwide interoperability 3 Geneva, July 2009 IEEE 1609 DSRC WG (Sponsor: IEEE Vehicular Technology Society) Circulated draft schedule for Plans to publish all standards by next October IEEE p WAVE TG (Sponsor: IEEE LANMAN Standards Committee) Expect to start IEEE Sponsor Ballot next September, publish mid 2010 Highlight of Current Activities (2)

4 Fostering worldwide interoperability 4 Geneva, July 2009 Electric Vehicles (EVs) are becoming an important focus of U.S. government attention $8.5 billion in loans from U.S. government to Ford, Nissan, and Tesla Motors to develop EVs EVs will evolve rapidly in the next 5 years Substantial standards work underway in SAE and ISO TC22 for connection of EVs to the power grid ISO TC204 exploring communications standards for EVs Strategic Direction (1)

5 Fostering worldwide interoperability 5 Geneva, July 2009 Spectrum reallocation underway in U.S., Europe, Japan Broadcasters, mobile providers, emergency responders, and industry organizations are providing input to governments TIA is providing input so that there is room for future vehicle communications technology Strategic Direction (2)

6 Fostering worldwide interoperability 6 Geneva, July 2009 ISO TC204/WG16 Many parallel standardization efforts worldwide The same working experts spread across several standardization bodies – insufficient resources Important work items delayed Challenges (1)

7 Fostering worldwide interoperability 7 Geneva, July 2009 IEEE 1609 WG Coordination across multiple interests, manufacturers, ITS radio band allocations worldwide, standardization activities Insufficient number of ITS-equipped vehicles on the road to stress test radio performance, whereas simulations are possible but require a large amount of computing capability Certification and interoperability – testing radios, verifying claims of conformity, and establishing a uniform national practice for specifying and buying radios and components Need for description of methods to meet requirements for secure messages, that messages do not disclose identity of sender or that it comes from a single origin Challenges (2)

8 Fostering worldwide interoperability 8 Geneva, July 2009 IEEE p TG Overcoming procedural delays in completing standard Must coordinate with other groups, especially IEEE 1609 and the rest of IEEE Challenges (3)

9 Fostering worldwide interoperability 9 Geneva, July 2009 TC204/WG16 Deliver a proper Architecture (21217) and Networking (21210) standard for CALM and complete the set of media used (SWG 16.1s items) IEEE 1609 DSRC WG Develop drafts; work through resources, coordination, security, certification, and testing; and get consensus to go to sponsor ballot Next Steps/Actions (1)

10 Fostering worldwide interoperability 10 Geneva, July 2009 IEEE p WAVE TG Address comments from current WG ballot and proceed to sponsor ballot before approval General Increase focus and coordination on EV-related Standards Continue progress toward common architecture and agenda-sharing among relevant groups Continue to monitor and provide input in use of 5.9 GHz spectrum Next Steps/Actions (2)

11 Fostering worldwide interoperability 11 Geneva, July 2009 Supplementary Slides

12 Fostering worldwide interoperability 12 Geneva, July 2009 SWG16.0 (Architecture) 21217: Additional work needed to prepare DIS because of the extent of the changes in the draft 24102: Currently on DIS ballot SWG16.1 (CALM Media) 11915: Item was deleted as requested by WG16. There was no further need for this item dealing with the bearer WG16 has intensive CALM media development activity. We have 3 items on ballot and several in preparation WG16 has 13 active items in this sub-working group. This SWG has the largest number of work items TC204/WG16 Activities (1)

13 Fostering worldwide interoperability 13 Geneva, July 2009 SWG16.2 (CALM Networking) 21210: Item currently under internal review. Re-DIS ballot will be initiated after the review SWG16.3 (Probe Data) 24100, and 29284: Ready to be sent to the next stages ballot SWG16.4 (Application Management) : Published standard SWG16.5 (Emergency Communication) 24978: Joint ISO/CEN item. The FDIS ballot will end on 21 July 2009 SWG16.6 (Non-IP Networking) 29281: Draft ready to be sent to DIS ballot TC204/WG16 Activities (2)

14 Fostering worldwide interoperability 14 Geneva, July 2009 SWG16.7 (Lawful Interception Security) 11766, 11769: Lawful interception and data retention issues are discussed in these work items. Important development work has recently taken place , , , : These are new proposals that are already registered by ISO WG16s goal is to deliver ASAP a proper Architecture (21217) and Networking (21210) standard for CALM and complete the set of media used (SWG 16.1s items) TC204/WG16 Activities (3)

15 Fostering worldwide interoperability 15 Geneva, July 2009 IEEE 1609 WG Activities (1)

16 Fostering worldwide interoperability 16 Geneva, July 2009 In 2006 and 2007, IEEE 1609 WG published four trial-use standards that have a two-year review cycle to obtain industry feedback during proof of concept demonstrations, prototype radio development, testing, and use. Each of the four are currently under revisions for "full-use" or a five-year review cycle IEEE 1609 WG reaffirmed a legacy standard, IEEE Standard (2006), IEEE Standard for Message Sets for Vehicular/Roadside Communications IEEE Standard , Resource Manager, will have a change in scope and title to include requirements for capability devices (outside vehicle) for situational awareness, such as sensors (ice/wet bridge), deployable alerts (flashing cones), non-motorized vehicles (bicycle), with limited source power, low RF output, and low cost with minimum security IEEE 1609 WG Activities (2)

17 Fostering worldwide interoperability 17 Geneva, July 2009 IEEE Standard , Over-the-air Data Exchange Protocol for Interoperability - EFT, is addressing the need for common over-the-air 5.9 GHz wireless communication protocol for electronic funds transfer, and is one of the standards that is intended to support the ITS JPO interoperability objectives. It describes uniform over-the-air protocols for data exchange when using 5.9 GHz radio. The project references ISO standards and has been coordinated with ETSI TC-ITS. Additional over-the-air protocol standards may be considered IEEE 1609 WG Activities (3)

18 Fostering worldwide interoperability 18 Geneva, July 2009 Complete internal IEEE balloting, must have no changes after ballot before going to IEEE-wide Sponsor Ballot Contents of draft are dependent on the order of completion of drafts from other Task Groups and as a result, schedule changes in one can impact the other A seeming delay of two months in going to Sponsor Ballot could actually cause up to a six-month delay due to need to coordinate with these other groups and the timing cycle of ballots within IEEE IEEE p TG Activities

19 Fostering worldwide interoperability 19 Geneva, July 2009 TIA Committee TR-48 supports vehicular telematics standards development TR-48 works with other groups such as IEEE P1609, ISO/TC204/WG17, ITSA NATWG, SAE J2735, etc., to ensure work items are not duplicative Activities: Emergency information delivery Wireless roadside inspection Plans: Adopt international standards for the US industry, e.g., ISO (ITS safety and emergency messages using any available wireless media - Data registry procedures) TR-48 Current Activities and Plans

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