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ITS HIS – TIA. T. Russell Shields. Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) GSC-15. Highlight of Current Activities (1). 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

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Its his tia

ITS HIS – TIA

T. Russell Shields

Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) GSC-15


Highlight of current activities 1
Highlight of Current Activities (1)

  • 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

    • www.tiaonline.org/standards/committees/committee.cfm?comm=tr-48


Highlight of current activities 2
Highlight of Current Activities (2)

  • WG16

    • Get CALM Standards Published

      • Started finalization of 21210.2, 29281, 29283, 29284 before publication process

      • Circulate ISO PROOF of 24101-2, 25114, 11769

      • Get FDIS ballot result of 21215, 21216 and 24102

      • Review process of 21214 is ongoing: CD ballot

    • New Work Items

      • 16444, 16445, 16460 and 16461 proposed as PWI

      • New work items will be proposed concerning IPv6 optimization and security


Highlight of current activities 3
Highlight of Current Activities (3)

  • IEEE 1609 DSRC WG (Sponsor: IEEE Vehicular Technology Society)

    • P1609.1 and .2 are waiting for security updates and will go into sponsor ballot after the October WG meeting

    • P1609.3 and .4 are completing sponsor ballot recirculation

    • P1609.11 is in sponsor ballot and has at least one more recirculation before being submitted for approval

    • P1609.0 will be worked on after .3 and .4 are completed

  • IEEE 802.11p WAVE TG (Sponsor: IEEE LANMAN Standards Committee)

    • IEEE Standard 802.11p-2010 has been published


Highlight of current activities 4
Highlight of Current Activities (4)

  • U.S. DOT IntelliDriveSM* Program Status

    • ITS Strategic Research Plan 2010-2014 released Dec. 8, 2009

      • 10 categories of research activities including V2V, V2I, Real-Time Data Capture, and Cross-Cutting Activities including architecture and standards

    • Workshops being held throughout 2010

      • Examples: Webinar (January 20); DSRC (May 5-6, Houston, Texas); Vehicle Safety (July 20-22, Chicago, Illinois),

      • ITS-JPO is hosting a series of IntelliDrive Systems Engineering User Needs workshops to obtain stakeholder input for the definition of the core IntelliDrive system

        • August 25-26, 2010 – Detroit, MI, USA (9:00-4:30 local time)

        • September 1-2, 2010 – San Jose, CA, USA (9:00-4:30 local time)

        • September 29-30, 2010 – Washington, DC (9:00-4:30 local time, Location TBD)

      • TRB is sponsoring a workshop, “Research Needs for IntelliDrive Applications for the Public Sector” on September 20-23, 2010, in Irvine, California

        * "The IntelliDrive SM Logo is a service mark of the U.S. Department of Transportation.


Highlight of current activities 5
Highlight of Current Activities (5)

  • Key Challenges for IntelliDrive

    • Technical issues: data security, positioning, and scalability

    • Policy issues: security vs. privacy, certification and enforcement, funding for infrastructure

    • Testing and determining the actual benefits of applications

    • Determining whether and how to deploy systems

    • Addressing public acceptance issues: user privacy, effectiveness, safety, and ease of use


Highlight of current activities 6
Highlight of Current Activities (6)

  • U.S. NHTSA V2V Roadmap Status

    • Potential NHTSA rulemaking decision on V2V in 2013

      • Potentially covering passenger cars, trucks, buses in the U.S.

    • Timing of V2V policy research is based on use for 2013 rulemaking decision – priority is critical issues and research that feeds into rulemaking

    • Roadmap goals

      • Employ advanced V2V wireless technologies to mitigate or prevent crashes

      • Establish robust DSRC standards for safety-critical applications

      • Accelerate in-vehicle technology for value for first V2V vehicles

    • 8 safety application research tracks to support the 2013 decision have been defined


Its his tia

Highlights of Current Activities (7)

  • TIA TR-48 Current Activities and Plans

    • TIA Engineering Committee TR-48 supports vehicular telematics standards development

    • TR-48 works with other groups such as IEEE P1609, ISO/TC204, 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 24978 (ITS safety and emergency messages using any available wireless media - Data registry procedures)

      • Support Unified Incident Command and Decision Support (UICDS)


Strategic direction 1
Strategic Direction (1)

  • Publication of the complete standard set of CALM

  • Focusing on security and privacy

  • WG16 is establishing liaison with IETF

  • Proposal of studying ITS V2V application possibility of LTE TDD in close co-operation with ETSI TC ITS and 3GPP


Strategic direction 2
Strategic Direction (2)

  • Pilot activity in the ITS JPO to develop the Safety Net pilot project using standards conforming devices that will be certified for the pilot

    • Standards include IEEE 802.11p, SAE J2735-2010, and draft 1609 documents except 1609.1 and 1609.11

  • Continue liaison of IEEE Vehicular Technology/ITS liaison with ETSI TC-ITS, ISO TC204 WG16, and ISO TC204 WG18


Challenges 1
Challenges (1)

  • Test standards

  • New medium (LTE)


Challenges 2
Challenges (2)

  • Coordinating the ITS system to work with the requirements described in the 802.11p standard

    • Efforts needed to address ITS as a system, rather than just the communications component of ITS

    • R&D on operational aspects of ITS to identify the institutions and entities that will need to be identified / established for national and global ITS


Next steps actions 1
Next Steps/Actions (1)

  • Identify the need of new work items

  • Start review of the already published standards

  • Synchronization of the documents of the complete standard set


Next steps actions 2
Next Steps/Actions (2)

  • IEEE Standard 802.11p-2010. Monitor the roll-up of all of the amendments approved since IEEE Standard 802.11-2007 was published

  • IEEE P1609.1, .2, .3, .4, .11. Guide through balloting steps

  • IEEE P1609.0. Work on the document for balloting in 2011








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  • IEEE 1609 DSRC WG

    • IEEE P1609.0 will be worked on after .3 and .4 are completed and will likely be approved in 2011

      • This document is intended to address the coordination with ETSI and ISO at the architecture level, but with a specific architecture and additional information about the IEEE 1609 family of standards

      • ETSI has approved a profile standard for the IEEE 802.11p amendment that includes the EU requirements, a proposed project was submitted for a profile of IEEE 1609.2 to be developed in ETSI TC-ITS WG5

    • There is a pilot activity in the ITS JPO to develop the Safety Net pilot project using standards conforming devices that will be certified for the pilot

      • Those standards include the IEEE 802.11p, SAE J2735-2010, and the draft 1609 documents except 1609.1 and 1609.11

    • IEEE Vehicular Technology/ITS liaison with ETSI TC-ITS continues, as does the liaison with ISO TC204 WG16 and WG18


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  • IEEE 802.11p WAVE TG

    • IEEE Standard 802.11p-2010, has been published. Next step is to monitor the roll-up of all of the amendments approved since IEEE Standard 802.11-2007 was published

      • The task is to add the amendments without inadvertently changing the amendments in the roll-up process and assuring that the clause changes can be made and the cross-references are checked to be correct

      • A very big job for the 2100+ page draft that will become IEEE Standard 802.11-2011 when it completes its development and balloting process in 2011

      • There are several amendments in the development process and sponsor ballot, but will be rolled-up after the standard is approved in 2011


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