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MOBILITY PRACTICE

The IEEE SA Mobility Practice provides a focal point for information and assistance across the wide range of IEEE standards and related initiatives associated with mobility and the digital transformation of transportation. The practice takes into account major trends and facilitates a broad, open, cross-industry dialogue needed to exchange views, to debate, and to agree upon common challenges and collaborative activities needed, including autonomous vehicles, sustainable transportation, and mobility services.

 
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IEEE SA WEBINAR/WORKSHOP SERIES: STANDARDS FOR TRUSTWORTHY AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES—NURTURING THE ERA OF E2E MOBILITY AS A SERVICE (MAAS)

Highly automated cars will be smart due to computerization and software embedded intelligence. They will communicate with each other and the infrastructure, sense the surrounding landscape, and maneuver in an ever changing environment according to their capabilities. Drivers will first be operators, and eventually passengers.

In order to be widely accepted and adopted, autonomous vehicles have to be trustworthy, i.e., they have to be safe, secure, reliable, resilient, and more. Trustworthiness may be subjective and dependent on varying circumstances. A connected vehicle’s ability to sense its surroundings and react safely is critical.  The risk related to AI blackbox embedded functionality must be limited, and there are more dependencies between properties constituting trustworthiness to be carefully traded off.

This series of webinars/workshops invites regulators, product managers, engineers, and researchers to share their views and make their point on how to ensure trustworthy autonomous vehicles by submitting a proposal for a presentation or talk. The focus should be on industrial challenges, which cannot be solved by a single company, where cooperation is needed.

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ETHERNET & IP @ AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY WEEK
E&IP@ATD is the premier venue for automobile manufacturers, suppliers, semiconductor vendors, tool providers, engineers, scientists, educators, and the media to share groundbreaking ideas along with implementation strategies and applications related to automotive Ethernet systems.

CYBER-SECURED AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES WEBINAR
Autonomous vehicles are not trustworthy without being secured. They continuously sense the environment, communicate with each other and the infrastructure, and compute massive amounts of data. The Cyber-Secured Autonomous Vehicles Webinar will address many of these challenges. It will highlight different views, initiatives and priorities from Asia, Europe, and America. Presentations and a Q&A panel discussion will identify common approaches and aligned solutions.

These workshops are organized by IEEE Industry Connections groups open for participation to jointly develop agendas for future workshops and webinars. Your contribution is missing! To submit a proposal, send an email to av4maas@ieee.org or eipatd-requests@ieee.org, respectively.

WORKSTREAMS
SMART, SAFE & TRUST-WORTHY TRANSPORATION
Future vehicles will be more and more connected, automated, and smart due to computerization and software embedded intelligence. While vehicle manufacturers drive the evolution of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) toward fully automated cars, the “Information and Communication Technologies” (ICT) sector’s aspiration is to leapfrog autonomous driving. 
 

 

 

SUSTAINABLE
TRANSPORTATION
The green transformation of transportation calls for de-carbonization of the mobility sector. The ultimate goal is to end up with climate neutral transportation and closed loop material flows.





 

 

 

MaaS AND SMART CITY TRAFFIC
SOLUTIONS
There is a shift from individually owned vehicles toward interconnected shared mobility solutions, used as an if-and-when needed service [Mobility as a Service (MaaS)]. User-centric multi-modal MaaS offers seamlessly integrated private, shared, and public means of transportation.



 

 

 

FEATURED STANDARDS PROJECTS
RELATED STANDARDS

IEEE 1609.2TM

IEEE Standard for Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments—Security Services for Applications and Management Messages. 

 

 

IEEE 1474.2TM

IEEE Standard for User Interface Requirements in Communications-Based Train Control (CBTC) Systems.  



 

IEEE P1939.1TM

IEEE Draft Standard for a Framework for Structuring Low Altitude Airspace for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Operations.


 

 

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