Graduate School and Research Center in Digital Sciences
 

Standardization activities

[Stand]
T Technical Teaching


Abstract

(Course for Post Master and International Masters students only).

This module provides a global and coherent view of C-ITS standardization activities in major standard development organizations (SDOs) or industry consortia, such as the IEEE, the ETSI, the ISO, the IETF and the SAE. This module also illustrates the similarities and differences between different approaches in Europe, the US, and the rest of the world. This module finally details the standardization process related to different C-ITS technologies or information.

Teaching and Learning Methods : Lectures, Case Studies and attendance to Standardization meetings

Course Policies : Attendance to case studies and standardization meetings is mandatory.

 

 

Bibliography

  • Hannes Hartenstein (Editor), Kenneth Laberteaux (Editor),VANET: Vehicular Applications and Inter-Networking Technologies, John Wiley & Sons, 2010.
  • Christoph Sommer (Editor), Falko Dressler (Editor), Vehicular Netwoking, Cambridge University Press,  2014.
  • Claudia CampoloAntonella MolinaroRiccardo Scopigno (Editors),  Vehicular ad hoc Networks  - Standards, Solutions, and Research, Springer, 2015.

Requirements

None

Description

onnected Vehicle Technologies

  • DSRC
  • ITS-G5

American SDOs

  • IEEE 1609.x (WAVE)
  • Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)

European SDOs

  • ETSI TC ITS
  • CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium
  • CEN

Global SDOs

  • IETF
  • ISO CALM
  • 3GPP LTE V2X

Learning outcome:  

Nb hours : 21.00,  attendance to at least one standardization sessions (3 hours)

Grading Policy : Final Exam (100%)

  • To be able to understand the process of standardization in connected vehicles and C-ITS.
  • To be able to know the key standard development organizations (SDO) involved in connected vehicles and C-ITS
  • To be able to analyze a standard and its impact on connected vehicle an C-ITS technologies.
  • None
Nb hours: 21.00
Nb hours per week: 3.00
Control form: Final exam (100%)