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  1. IEEE P1609 Working Groups Status T. M. Kurihara Chair, IEEE P1609 Working Groups January 16, 2009

  2. J. Moring circulated approved IEEE Trial-Use Standards 1609.3 and 1609.4 in .doc format in December that are now the P1609.3D1.0 and P1609.4D1.0, to be the base documents for revision Also circulated were the enhancement list for full-use standards and outline of structural changes to align Dot4 with Dot3 Enhancement list has been annotated with recommendations, including deletions Discussion of the EUI/OUI/IAB representing a number of different view points, open is the decision to apply for an EUI/OUI if required for 1609 vis a vis the use of the 802.11 assigned value Other issues for discussion during the February 3-5 meeting should be submitted in advance to permit J. Moring, Project Editor to be able to address them at the meeting Still planned is a meeting in Troy, MI, in June, pending confirmation of availability of conference room facilities at the SAE Headquarters by T. Schaffnit, Chair, SAEJ325 Communication Manager, Dot5 content outline is expected to follow the discussion of Dot3 and Dot4 What’s New Since December 2008?

  3. P1609.0, WAVE – Architecture (PAR approved December 2006) IEEE Trial-use Standard 1609.1TM-2006, WAVE - Resource Manager IEEE Trial-use Standard 1609.2TM-2006, WAVE - Security Services for Applications and Management Messages IEEE Trial-use Standard 1609.3TM-2007 WAVE - Networking Services IEEE Trial-use Standard 1609.4TM-2006, WAVE - Multi-channel Operations IEEE Standard 1455TM-1999(2006), IEEE Standard for Message Sets for Vehicle/Roadside Communications IEEE P1609.5, WAVE – Communication Manager (PAR approved September 2008 until 2012) PROGRAM OF WORK Note: P1609 family of standards are intended to operate with IEEE P802.11p, Wireless Access in Vehicular Environment (WAVE) and is the wireless communication system component of the U. S. Department of Transportation Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Program and the Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII) Initiative using 5.9GHz Federal Communication Commission (FCC) allocated wireless spectrum for North America.

  4. WAVE DEVICE UPPER LAYERS IEEE 1609.1, et al IEEE 1609.2 WAVE SECURITY SERVICES NETWORK LAYER P1609.0 Architecture IEEE 1609.3 LOWER LAYERS IEEE 1609.4 IEEE P802.11p Note: The figure illustrates the relationship among the IEEE 1609 and IEEE 802.11 standards (before adding Communication Manager (P1609.5) and Over-the-air Data Exchange for e-Payment Systems (P1609.11) project proposals. MEDIUM

  5. SCOPE “This standard describes the Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments (WAVE/DSRC) architecture and services necessary for multi-channel DSRC/WAVE devices to communicate in a mobile vehicular environment.” STATUS PAR APPROVED, December 2006 Project Author and Editor assigned, draft in development, proposals circulated for comment in November 2007, revised draft circulated in February 2008, discussed during its April and August 2008 WG meetings, and work continues as additional requirements are considered Projected completion and approval dates are “open” WAVE Architecture - P1609.0

  6. SCOPE “This standard specifies communication management services for Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments (WAVE). This standard defines communication management services in support of wireless connectivity among vehicle-based devices, and between fixed roadside devices and vehicle-based devices for Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments.” PURPOSE “The purpose of this standard is to collect in a single document, the communication management services previously included in 1609.3 and 1609.4 based on experience in use during the trial-use period. ” STATUS PAR approved in September 2008 Initial discussion on content started at April 2008 meeting Requirements were discussed at the September working group meeting Initial draft will follow the discussion of Dot3 and Dot4 to determine its contents Projected completion and approval dates are “open” Communication Manager – P1609.5

  7. Communication Manager – P1609.5 Existing SAPs Notional Architecture for WAVE Communications Manager (subject to change)

  8. SCOPE This standard defines a basic level of technical interoperability for electronic payment equipment, i.e. onboard unit (OBU) and roadside equipment (RSE) using DSRC. It does not provide a full solution for interoperability, and it does not define other parts of the electronic payment-system, other services, other technologies and non-technical elements of interoperability. This standard is not intended to define technology and processes to activate and store data into the OBU (“personalization”) IEEE P1609.11 - Standard for WAVE - Over-the-Air Data Exchange Protocol for ITS Interoperability – Electronic Payment Services

  9. PURPOSE This standard provides an open standard for the relevant interface in DSRC based transaction systems, providing a common interoperable service for device identity and payment authentication, and payment data transfer This allows for interoperability between systems of different vendors and/or operators Facilitates Intelligent Transportation Systems goal for over-the-air interoperability goal among EPS Status PAR approved in December 2009 Discussion on agenda for the February 2009 meeting Expected completion in CY2010 P1609.11 Purpose

  10. Meetings February 3-5, 2009, San Diego, CA March 24-26, 2009, Annapolis (conference room confirmed, selection TBD in Feb) June 16-18, 2009, SAE HQ, Troy, MI, (pending availability of a conference room) June 17, 2009, Joint Meeting with SAE J2735 (date confirmed, location pending availability) Meetings to be scheduled at 2-3 month intervals until program of work is completed IEEE P1609 WG SCHEDULE

  11. 1609.0 – J.Moring/F. Simon john@moring.com / fsimon@arinc.com 1609.1Rev – A. Malarky amalarky@ivhs.com 1609.2 Rev – W. Whyte wwhyte@ntru.com 1609.3 Rev – J. Moring john@moring.com 1609.4 Rev – J. Moring john@moring.com 1609.5 – J. Moring john@moring.com 1609.11 – Editor TBD Device Test & Certification – R. Roebuck rdroebuck@sirit.com IEEE P1609 Project Editors

  12. The following are either confirmed or pending liaisons to other organizations: SAE Technical Committee, DSRC Message Sets and Message Framework (J2735) D. Kavner dkavner@raytheon.com VII Consortium (VIIC) S. Andrews scott@cogenia.com Vehicle Safety Consortium-A J. Kenney john@jbkenney.com ISO TC204 WG16, CALM M5 R. Roy dickroy@alum.mit.edu See: WG16 public docs: www.calm.hu ASTM Committee E17.51 (E2313-03) L. Armstrong lra@tiac.net IEEE P802.11p Task Group (802.11™-2007 as amended) L. Armstrong lra@tiac.net Omni-Air Consortium (Conformance and Test of WAVE Systems) R. Roebuck rdroebuck@sirit.com IEEE Standards Department, Program Manager M. Ceglia m.j.ceglia@ieee.org IEEE RAC Member – T. Kurihara, IEEE VTS/ITS, P1609 WG Chair -tkstds@mindspring.com TIA TR-48, Vehicular Telematics (Chartered August 2007) – T. Kurihara, IEEE VTS/ITS ETSI TC-ITS/ISO TC204/WG16 CALM/IEEE 1609/802.11 ad hoc - HJFischer@fischer-tech.de LIAISON CONTACTS

  13. Plan to forward to the ETSI TC-ITS as a view point of IEEE P1609 and for projects and related activities in the US and elsewhere for the information exchange meeting scheduled for February 3-5, 2009, that overlaps with the IEEE 1609 meeting in San Diego, CA For information, the US Department of Transportation Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII) project has a new title with a service mark - IntelliDriveSM Supplemental Information related to the IEEE P1609 projects

  14. SCOPE: Family of international standards for Communications access for land mobiles (CALM) that specifies a common architecture, network protocols, and communications interfaces for wireless communications using different technologies, such as cellular 2nd generation, cellular 3rd generation, infra-red, 5 GHz micro-wave, 60 GHz millimetre-wave, and mobile wireless broadband communications. Other wireless communications interfaces may be added at a later date. CALM wireless communications interfaces are designed to provide broadcast, point-point, vehicle-to-vehicle, and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications in the ITS sector. Related Projects – ISO TC204 Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) WG16 CALM

  15. For Reference from 2-4 September 2008 Workshop ISO TC204 WG16 & IEEE WG P1609, Chicago, IL CD 21210: CALM networking for Internet Connectivity CD 21212: CALM 2G medium CD 21213: CALM 3G medium IS 21214:2006 CALM IR medium (already published)‏ CD 21215: CALM M5 medium (cf. IEEE 802.11 TGp) WD 21216: CALM MM medium CD 21217: CALM global architecture DIS 21218: CALM lower layer service access points CD 24101: CALM application management CD 24102: CALM station manager CD 29281: CALM non-IP networking (cf. IEEE 1609) WD 29282: CALM applications using satellite CONTACT: Dr. Hans-Joachim Fischer HJFischer@fischer-tech.de ISO TC204 WG16 CALM Projects

  16. SUMMARY RESULTS The cooperative work on 1609 should form an ad-hoc working group based on Webex or similar. This will be done by invitation to mail reflector ETSI TC ITS, IEEE P1609, 802.11p and ISO CALM. Hans-Joachim Fischer will take the lead to send out an invitation for the first meeting within two weeks. Scott Cadzow will take the lead to invite on security to send out an invitation for the first meeting within two weeks. Andreas Festag (to be confirmed!) will take the lead to invite on Geo protocols and send out an invitation for the first meeting within two weeks. Example of collaboration (to be confirmed) “The revision of the current ETSI, ISO and IEEE standards relevant to P1609, will be accomplished in an open, joint cooperation between ETSI, IEEE and ISO where relevant requirements from ISO and ETSI amend and extend P1609. Relevant ISO standards, e.g., ISO 21215, 21217, 24102, 29281, should reference IEEE 802.11p and P1609 where relevant and vice versa.” ISO TC204 WG16 & IEEE P1609 WGWorkshop, 2-4 Sep 2008

  17. SAE Ground Vehicle Systems Technical Committee J2735, Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) Message Set Dictionary (Started:12/03/03) SCOPE (Extracted from J2735-D25 (08-12-08)) “This SAE Recommended Practice is intended as a guide toward standard practice and is subject to change to keep pace with experience and technical advances. This SAE Recommended Practice specifies standard message sets, data frames and data elements for use by applications intended to utilize the 5.9 GHz Dedicated Short Range Communications for Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments (DSRC/WAVE, referenced in this document simply as “DSRC”), communications systems. The scope is limited to specifying initial representative message structure and providing sufficient background information to allow readers to properly interpret the DSRC standards and message definitions from the point of view of an application developer.” STATUS Draft J2735-D26, pending approval in 2008 and publication in 2009 CONTACT T. Schaffnit tom@schaffnit.com Related Projects – SAE J2735

  18. Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC) provide communications between a vehicle and the roadside in specific locations, for example toll plazas. They may then be used to support specific Intelligent Transport System applications such as Electronic Fee Collection. DSRC are for data-only systems and operate on radio frequencies in the 5,725 MHz to 5,875 MHz Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) band. DSRC systems consist of Road Side Units (RSUs) and the On Board Units (OBUs) with transceivers and transponders. The DSRC standards specify the operational frequencies and system bandwidths, but also allow for optional frequencies which are covered (within Europe) by national regulations. DSRC systems are used in the majority of European Union countries, but these systems are currently not totally compatible. Therefore, standardization is essential in order to ensure pan-European interoperability, particularly for applications such as electronic fee collection, for which the European imposes a need for interoperability of systems. Standardization will also assist with the provision and promotion of additional services using DSRC, and help ensure compatibility and interoperability within a multi-vendor environment. CEN TC 278 produced the following standards: EN 12253, EN 12795, EN 12834 [ISO 15628], EN302 571, and EN 13372 for DSRC. Reference: http://www.etsi.org/website/technologies/DSRC.aspx Contact: K. Evensen knut.evensen@q-free.com Related Projects – ETSI ITS

  19. Scope: The CEN Technical Committee (TC) 278 has been progressing the standardisation of Road Traffic and Transport Telematics (RTTT). The work comprises over 50 Work Items (WI) classed either as application specific, databases, interfaces or basic concepts. These work items are addressed by 14 Working Groups (WG) Reference: Details on the work program, status and progress of CEN/TC278 consult the CONVERGE Deliverable 5.1.1 Status and progress of transport telematics standardisation, available from the library CEN TC278 - Road transport and traffic telematics

  20. PROGRAM OF WORK WG1 Automatic fee collection and access control *WG2 Freight and Fleet management systems WG3 Public transport Bernard Laurens WG4 Traffic and traveller information *WG5 Traffic control *WG6 Parking management WG7 Geographic databases WG8 Road data traffic/Elaboration, storage and distribution  WG9 Dedicated short-range communication - Carl-Herbert Rokitansky WG10 Man-machine interface *WG11 Subsystem and intersystem interfaces WG12 Automatic vehicle and equipment identification - Knut Evenson *WG13 Architecture and terminology - Bob Williams WG 14 After theft systems for stolen vehicles WGs can be clustered into four groups: · WGs: 10 and 13 dealing with common specifications and terminology, independent of application;· WGs: 1,2,3,4,5,6,12 and 14 dealing with specific applications;· WGs: 7 and 8 defining common solutions for data exchange and location referencing;· WGs: 9 and 11 dealing with communication technologies and communication interfaces. The *WGs 2,5,6,11 and 13 are currently inactive/dormant. CEN TC278 - Road transport and traffic telematics

  21. M.1453-2 (06/05) Intelligent transport systems - Dedicated short range communications at 5.8 GHz Intelligent transport systems - Dedicated short range communications at 5.8 GHz. The technical and operational characteristics of both methods are described. 1.1 Introduction DSRC is a dedicated mobile radiocommunications system for vehicles that travel on roads. ITU-R SG8 – Mobile, WP8A –Land Mobile,WG2 - ITS

  22. The 13th Global Standards Collaboration meeting (Boston, USA, July 2008) Recognizing: a) resolution GSC-9/6 (GRSC): Supporting Automotive Crash Notification (ACN) by Public Wireless Communications Networks; b) resolution GSC-10/07: (GRSC) Supporting Automotive Crash Notification (ACN) by Public Wireless Communications Networks; c) resolution GSC-11/08: (GRSC) Automotive Crash Notification (Revised); d) resolution GSC-11/09: (GRSC) Support for Vehicle Safety Messaging; and e) resolution GSC-12/10 (GRSC) GSC ITS Task Force. ITU-T GSC-13 Study Activity

  23. Considering: a) that the lifetime of vehicles exceeds that of any particular generation of public wireless networks; b) that vehicle manufacturers in each part of the world design and manufacturer vehicles for others parts of the world; c) that there are very large vehicle populations; d) that international harmonisation of standards for communications for vehicle safety is desirable in advance of deployment of vehicles using such communications; e) that many governments have made reducing vehicle deaths and injuries a priority; f) that vehicle crashes can be reduced by communicating information about dangerous conditions to vehicles, or by communicating directly with vehicles to provide safety related services; g) that several key issues to enable such services require international coordination and coordination between and among Participating Standards Organizations (PSOs); h) that ITU-T APSC TELEMOV is chartered as a cooperation group on all aspects of standardization related to telecommunications within and for motor vehicles and has been hosting the GSC ITS Task Force since GSC-11 (see: http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/specialprojects/ apsc/special-actions.html); and i) that the GSC ITS Task Force has delivered a set of recommendations for standards collaborations activities in support of automotive crash notification (ACN), vehicle safety communications (VSC), software reconfigurable radios (SRR) and location referencing (gsc12_open_26: GSC ITS TF Report to GSC-12 v1.2 2007-06-18.doc). ITU-T GSC-13 Study Activity

  24. Resolves: 1) to endorse the continuation of the GSC ITS Task Force hosted by ITU-T APSC TELEMOV and requests the Task Force to: a) use the recommendations in the report as the basis for ongoing work; b) serve as a coordination point for global standardization activities and further the recommendations noted in the report; and in particular to recommend and facilitate specific mechanisms for this coordination; c) make recommendations to GSC on related spectrum issues and technologies for VSC, including an approach for development of specific ITS protocols to support VSC at 700MHz; d) recommend the scope for specific standards needed to enable Software Reconfigurable Radio (SRR) for automotive applications at the next GSC meeting; and e) report on progress in each of these areas at the next GSC meeting; and 2) to request the Participating Standards Organisations to review the GSC ITS Task Force report and their national/regional activities in each of the topic areas and report on progress. ITU-T GSC-13 Study Activity

  25. Background Sponsor: TC 204 WG 16 • When: 2-4 September 2008 • Where: Holiday Inn Chicago Mart Plaza, Chicago, IL • Scope and purpose: – to disseminate information from: current standardization efforts around the world experience gained in prototyping of equipment and software initial results from real-world tests being conducted by various programs, projects and collaborations around the world – to decide how best to incorporate lessons learned into a set of global harmonized standards as openly and as efficiently as possible Joint Workshop on 5.9 GHz Vehicular Communications

  26. Tentative Outline: – Session 1 (2 September 1PM – 8PM): Status of standardization efforts (CALM M5 / Lower layer SAPs / Management / FAST networking / Architecture, IEEE 802.11p, ETSI TC ITS WG2 Architecture / WG3 networking / WG4 PHY layer / …) – Session 2 (3 September 8AM – 12PM): Status of various prototyping and testing efforts (VICC program, CVIS project, C2C-CC testing, …) – Session 3 (3 September 2PM – 6PM): Development of consensus on the requirements for V2V and V2I 5.9 GHz communication systems and identification of areas in the current standards that need to be changed/harmonized – Session 4 (4 September 7AM – (8AM!) – 1PM): Detailed technical discussions of what is currently missing in the standards (if anything) and development of a plan to achieve a set of technically complete, harmonized standards (who is responsible for what and a schedule). Joint Workshop on 5.9 GHz Vehicular Communications

  27. The idea is to take the set of overlapping standards from ISO, IEEE, ETSI and IETF, and develop them into a set of standards that are not overlapping but still complete ( mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive). • To achieve this, the meeting proposes the following: – The ITS Station Reference Architecture shown above and presented by Knut Evensen, should be generally accepted as the common reference architecture and form the basis for the standards consolidation. – The next task is to decide on who takes the lead to develop and maintain the various technical standards, e.g. security, radio interfaces, geo-referenced protocols. – One example: The revision of the current ETSI, ISO and IEEE standards relevant to P1609, will be accomplished in an open, joint cooperation between ETSI, IEEE and ISO where relevant requirements from ISO and ETSI amend and extend P1609. Relevant ISO standards, e.g. ISO 21215, 21217, 24102, 29281, should reference IEEE 802.11p and P1609 where relevant and vice versa. Chicago Meeting Proposal

  28. The cooperative work on 1609 should form an ad-hoc working group based on Webex or similar. This will be done by invitation to mail reflector ETSI TC ITS, IEEE P1609, 802.11p and ISO CALM. Hans-Joachim Fischer will take the lead to send out an invitation for the first meeting within two weeks. • Scott Cadzow will take the lead to invite on security to send out an invitation for the first meeting within two weeks. • Andreas Festag (to be confirmed!) will take the lead to invite on Geo protocols and send out an invitation for the first meeting within two weeks. Chicago Meeting Results

  29. Background ETSI TC ITS recognizes and affirms the results of the Chicago joint workshop organized by TC204 WG16 in September 2008 on collaboration in support of the development of a complimentary set of international standards for ITS • At the Chicago workshop, three individuals from ETSI TC ITS, one from ISO TC204 WG16, one from IETF MEXT and one individual from IEEE P1609 agreed to take the lead in beginning the process of harmonization and development of standards in specific areas of interest to IEEE 802.11/P1609, ISO TC204 WG16, IETF MEXT and ETSI TC ITS – 5GHz MAC&PHY areas - Hans-Joachim Fischer (hjfischer@fischer-tech.de) – Security areas - Scott Cadzow (scott@cadzow.org) – Geonetworking related areas - Andreas Festag (festag@neclab.eu) – IPv6 Networking and Mobility areas – Thierry Ernst (thierry@inria.fr) – ITS Networking related areas – (conditional acceptance) John Moring (jmoring@technocom-wireless.com) – Architecture area – Knut Evensen (knut.evensen@Q-free.org) These individuals have agreed to set up ad hoc groups to start the work now and will send invitations for participants to all relevant SDO reflectors ETSI Meeting Results

  30. • ETSI TC ITS will provide support for the activities, and requests ETSI Secretariat to provide any necessary practical support for these activities • Both ETSI TC ITS and IEEE P1609 have already agreed to appoint official points of contact – ETSI TC ITS: Soren Hess (hess@shess.dk) – IEEE P1609: Tom Kurihara (tkstds@mindspring.com) • The following are invited to appoint official points of contact – TC 204 WG16: – IEEE 802.11 – IETF MEXT – … • The ETSI TC ITS Chairman will develop a strategy document to coordinate the ETSI input ETSI Meeting Results (con’t)

  31. Everybody who wants to join a mailing reflector shall simply send a request to HJFischer@fischer-tech.de. You will then be notified about all the details.The tools used for web meetings are currently being selected. You will be notified ASAP.--------------------RADIO:The first web meeting should happen soon. The following dates are possible: 29 - 31 October 3 - 4 NovemberStart of the meetings: 9 am ET /15:00h Central European TimePlease tell me your preferred dates ASAP. --------------------Sincerely, Dr. Hans-Joachim Fischer. ESF GmbH Fichtenweg 9, 89143 Blaubeuren +49 (7344) 919188 +49 (7344) 919123 (Fax) Skype: fischer.hans-joachim http://fischer-tech.info http://www.esf-gmbh.de Note: The ETSI Meeting Results slides are extracted from e-mail message sent by Dr. Hans-Joachim Fischer. ESF Gmbh ETSI Meeting Results (con’t)