CVRIA Standards Workshop - February 19 - 20, 2014


When: February 19 - February 20, 2014
Date/Time: February 19: 8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. PST / February 20: 8:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. PST
Where: Holiday Inn Golden Gateway Hotel (San Francisco) - 1500 Van Ness Ave - San Francisco, California 94109

In continuation of Connected Vehicle Reference Implementation Architecture (CVRIA) efforts, the U.S. Department of Transportation will present and seek input on candidate Connected Vehicle (CV) interfaces for standardization at a workshop in San Francisco, California on February 19-20, 2014.

This workshop is designed to solicit feedback from stakeholders who will be involved with the development, implementation, or operation of CV technologies and applications. The results of an initial analysis will be presented and feedback sought during this public workshop. A preliminary draft plan will be provided to registrants before the workshop in order to facilitate technical discussions. Participants are encouraged to sign up early to ensure that they receive the read-ahead materials in a timely fashion.

The workshop will focus on discussion of:
• The CV applications captured in the CVRIA;
• The interfaces identified and defined in the CVRIA;
• A crosswalk between candidate interfaces and standards;
• Standards gap analysis and emerging standards needs; and
• U.S. DOT policy in pursuing standardization

As the results of the CVRIA, interface analysis, and standardization efforts are expected to affect a wide variety of public and private organizations, it is important that the analysis be informed by the needs and requirements of the connected vehicle community. This workshop is an appropriate opportunity for connected vehicle application prototype developers and external stakeholders to engage in the standards discussion. In the workshop, the criteria and process for selecting candidate interfaces will be reviewed and selected candidates will be presented. In addition to discussions that compare the collective conclusions of all stakeholders, it is expected to address priorities as a basis for subsequent discussions about resource allocation.

This workshop’s discussions will be fairly technical and predominantly focused for system integrators/implementers.

This project is sponsored and led by the USDOT’s ITS JPO, under the management of the ITS Architecture and Standards Programs and in cooperation with the Systems Engineering and Test Bed Programs.

The briefing materials and summaries of the discussions will be posted online after the conclusion of the workshop.

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