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Volume VII, Issue 1
March 2016

GROUND
VEHICLE
STANDARDS
NEWSLETTER
Creating global, harmonized consensus-based solutions.
Moving the on- and off-road vehicle industry forward.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
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SAE Cybersecurity Standards Activities
Discussed at NHTSA Roundtable,
Government/Industry Meeting

2 New V2V Communications Standards Will
Enhance Vehicle Safety
3 Steering Committee for the Internet of Things
Holds First Meeting
3 NHTSA Proposes Updating FMVSS
Requirement to Align with SAE J1766
4 Connect2Car conference track organized by
SAE at CES 2016
5 Revised Version of J1939/84 Assures Heavy
Duty Engine Manufacturers Meet Emissions
Testing Regulations
5 Two New SAE Cooperative Research
Projects Underway
6 Mobility Historical Committee and Historic
Vehicle Association Team Up at World
Congress Booth
6 Subcommittee Chair of Vehicle Electrical
Systems Security Committee Featured in
AutoBeat Group Article
7 Two SAE Volunteers Get Top Honors from China
8 SAE Global Ground Vehicle Standards Connects
with the US DOT's "Smart City Challenge"
9 New Committees, New Committee Chairs

SAE INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHES FIRST-EVER
GUIDEBOOK FOR VEHICLE CYBERSECURITY
(Portions adapted from an article which previously appeared in SAE Update)
A ground-breaking new
recommended practice
which provides guidance
on vehicle cybersecurity
was published by SAE
International in January.
Developed by the Vehicle
Electrical Systems Security
Committee, J3061,
"Cybersecurity Guidebook
for Cyber-Physical Systems,"
establishes a set of highlevel guiding principles for cybersecurity as it relates to cyber-physical vehicle
systems. This document provides:
* A complete lifecycle process framework that can be tailored and utilized
within each organization's development processes to incorporate
cybersecurity into cyber-physical vehicle systems from concept phase
through production, operation, service, and decommissioning
* Information on some common existing tools and methods used when
designing, verifying and validating cyber-physical vehicle systems

9 Jesse Schneider, J2601 Working Group Chair,
Honored by DOE

* Basic guiding principles on cybersecurity for vehicle systems

10 Impact and Rollover Test Procedures
Committee Seeking Members

* The foundation for further standards development activities in vehicle
cybersecurity

13 New and Revised Ground Vehicle Standards
Published by SAE International
Editorial Director: Jack Pokrzywa

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