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SAE GLOBAL GROUND VEHICLE STANDARDS CONNECTS WITH THE US DOT'S "SMART
CITY CHALLENGE"
When US DOT announced their
"Beyond Traffic: The Smart City
Challenge" in December of 2015,
their vision for the Challenge was
"to identify an urbanized area where
advanced technologies are integrated
into the aspects of a city and play
a critical role in helping cities and
their citizens address challenges
in safety, mobility, sustainability,
economic vitality, and address climate
change" (Source: USDOT 12/16/15
presentation).
Seventy-eight US cities submitted
proposals to win the $40+ milliondollar award. On Sunday, March 13,
2016 the following seven cities were
named as finalists in the Challenge:
Austin, TX, Columbus, OH, Denver,
CO, Kansas City, MO, Pittsburgh, PA,
Portland, OR, and San Francisco, CA.

Slide from the USDOT December Presentation.

At the heart of this challenge is
advanced technology covering Connected-Automated Vehicles,
Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems, and Smart
Grid interoperability. City planners and agencies will be relying
on various SAE International standards , published and in
development, to guide their successful deployment of needed
technology, such as V2V Connectivity (J2735, J2945/1) and
Vehicle Cybersecurity (J3061, J3005), Smart Grid Interoperability
(document series for J2931, J2836 and J2847), On-Road Testing
of Fully Automated Vehicles (J3018), and Terms and Definitions

for Levels of Automated Driving (J3016) to name only a few.
SAE continues to expand its standards development activities
related to specific vision elements of the Challenge with a new
I2VV2I task force and joint standards efforts with infrastructure
engineers on Urban Automation as well as the recently formed
Automotive Internet of Things (AIoT) Steering Committee.
If you are interested in participating in these activities, please
contact mary.doyle@sae.org for further information.

ENGINEERING AIDS FROM SAE INTERNATIONAL
SAE provides products that support testing procedures set forth in SAE
Standards, Recommended Practices, Information Reports, and other SAE
documents including the H-Point Machine, which is used in the design
of seating and interior packages and in conjunction with SAE J 826 (rev.
1995), FMVSS regulations, and ISO standards-making it the required
design and auditing tool for current production.
Also available is the newly designed HPM II H-Point Machine, which
includes enhancements over the H-Point machine for use in advance
design applications.
Available at store.sae.org/ea/

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