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Tuesday, December 13

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Wednesday, September 21

  1. page Connected Vehicle Task Force edited ... Connected Vehicle Task Force Webinar Series on Business Model, Public Policy and Institutional…
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    Connected Vehicle Task Force Webinar Series on Business Model, Public Policy and Institutional Issues: Series in December, January and February covering Regulatory, Liability and Risk and Privacy Issues related to Vehicle-to-X Applications Click here for more information
    U.S. Congress Examines 5.9 GHz Spectrum – Implications for DSRC - Presentation by the Connected Vehicle Task Force ITS America’s webinar series on Wednesday, September 14 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern - US Congress Examines 5.9 GHz Spectrum: Implications for DSRC. The presentation will be led by Bob Kelly and Mark D. Johnson, experienced ITS and telecommunications attorneys with the law firm of Squire, Sanders & Dempsey (US) LLP in Washington, D.C. Kelly and Johnson will cover the latest on current bills in the U.S. Congress that threaten to alter the licensing and use allocation of the 5.9 GHz Band (5.850 - 5.925 GHz) currently allocated for Vehicle Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC). If enacted, the bills would open up the 5.9 GHz Band to a variety of new unlicensed uses, likely compromising the ability of DSRC to deliver critical safety and mobility services such as vehicle collision avoidance and tolling. See the presentation and the recording of the webinar on this page - Department of Commerce Study on 5.9 GHz
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  2. page Connected Vehicle Task Force edited ... This portal supports collaboration between ITS America Connected Vehicle Task Force members in…
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    This portal supports collaboration between ITS America Connected Vehicle Task Force members in creating work products related to technical
    standards, policy and outreach. Connected Vehicle focuses on localized Vehicle-to-Vehicle, Vehicle-to-Infrastructure and Vehicle-to-Device Systems (V2X) to improve safety, mobility and environmental applications using Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) using 80211.p and other wireless technologies.
    NEW! White House Announces Intention to proceed with V2V Rulemaking - See press release {RDH Press Release Federal Automated Vehicles Policy and V2V 09202016 with JG edits.pdf}
    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM)in August of 2014. This ANPRM suggests the USDOT may mandate DSRC in vehicles. The ANPRM seeks comments on USDOT research (Safety Pilot) conducted to date and on key regulatory questions.
    Here is a high level overview of ITS America's Advocacy in the area of Connected Vehicle. A 2010 NHTSA study documenting the crash types that V2X may prevent. The study concludes that combined V2V and V2I systems potentially address about 4,503,000 Police Reported or 81 percent of all-vehicle target crashes. Here is the NHTSA study of the major research initiative, a large scale test of V2X know as the Safety Pilot, conducted by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute in cooperation with a number of automakers and ITS equipment and service providers.
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