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CONNECT2CAR CONFERENCE TRACK ORGANIZED BY SAE AT CES 2016
For the 15th consecutive year, SAE International organized the
Connect2Car panel discussion at the Consumer Electronics
Show (CES), which was held this past January in Las Vegas,
Nevada. The theme of this year's panel was "Automated Driving
- Driven by the Internet of Things (IoT)."
Moderated by Chris Cook, Group President at Mobile
Electronics Group, it included Theodore Cardenas, Vice
President of Marketing Pioneer Electronics USA; John Ellis,
Ellis and Associates; Danny Shapiro Sr., Director, Automotive,
nVIDIA; Dan Murphy, Vice President of Telematics Solutions,
VOXX Electronics Corp.; Regina Hopper, President & CEO
of ITS America; and John Waraniak, Vice President, Vehicle
Technology at SEMA.
SAE standards also provided a segment to highlight how
industry is addressing issues and concerns with the integration
of technology, including safety, security, privacy, connected
vehicle, and automated driving.
Jack Pokrzywa, Director of Ground Vehicle Standards for SAE
International, moderated and provided an overview of the SAE
standards organization.
James A. Misener, Qualcomm Technologies Inc., gave an
update on DSRC technologies and standards, including SAE
J2945 and J2735, and discussed the path for future standards.
Barbara Wendling, Volkswagen Group of America Inc,
addressed SAE J3016, levels of automated driving, and
the differences between the SAE and DoT definitions. The
AdaptIVe program in Europe was also presented along with its
relationship to the SAE standard and CAMP, which uses J3016
as part of its project development.

Daniel J. Selke, Mercedes-Benz USA LLC, defined SAE
J2831, the in-vehicle alphanumeric messaging for in-vehicle
information systems.
David Strickland, Venable LLP., connected the development
of standards with the federal rulemaking process, pointing
out that standards development is a faster, more effective and
efficient process.
Thomas Forest, General Motors LLC., presented history and
motivation for SAE J3061, Cybersecurity Guidebook for CyberPhysical Systems, along with details of the process used in the
development of the standard as well as steps to be used to
ensure secure product development.
Steve Underwood, Univ. of Michigan-Dearborn, highlighted
the activities of the On-Road Automated Vehicle (ORAV)
Committee, and the collaborative nature of the committee,
referencing architecture that was developed in conjunction with
the US Army TARDEC to determine how automated driving
could best be used.
All SAE presentations can be accessed on the SAE website
at http://www.sae.org/events/ces/2016/attend/program/
presentations/
Partnering with GENEVI Alliance, cybersecurity issues were
addressed through sessions titled: "Connected Cars - A
Landscape Fraught with Peril" and "Automotive Security
Solutions - Full of Promise," both of which can be found at
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SAE INTERNATIONAL: A GLOBAL PARTNER IN STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT
In addition to the maintenance and development of its family of technical standards,
SAE International is also an active partner with other standards development
organizations, government agencies, and regulatory bodies to support the newest,
most robust, and comprehensive standards products for a changing global
marketplace.
* US Department of Transportation (US DoT)
* Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan (JSAE)
* German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association
(ZVEI)
* US Federal Highway Administration (US FHWA)
* China Automotive Technology & Research Center (CATARC)
* National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

* Brasilian National Standards
Organization (ABNT)
* American National Standards Institute (ANSI); US Technical
Advisory Group (US TAG/ANSI Liaison)
* Automotive Electronics Council (AEC)

* US Department of Energy (US DoE)

* International Organization for Standardization (ISO); US
Representative; Secretariat for four ISO TC22 Road Vehicle
Committees

* Japan Automobile Research Institute (JARI)

* The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)

* Korean Agency for Technology and Standards (KATS)

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* US Environmental Protection
Agency (US EPA)

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