Consortia

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Fourteen major groups are aligning around different aspects of Connected Vehicles

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VII Consortium (VIIC)

The VII Consortium (VIIC) was an industry consortium consisting of ten light-duty vehicle manufacturers. VIIC had been established to plan, develop, and test a proposed vehicle infrastructure integration system designed to improve the safety and efficiency of the united states automobile traffic.

https://www.nhtsa.gov/sites/nhtsa.dot.gov/files/carter_vehicle_infrastructure_integration.pdf

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Crash Avoidance Metrics Partnership (CAMP)

The Crash Avoidance Metrics Partnership (CAMP) was formed by Ford and General Motors in 1995 to enhance traffic safety by implementing crash avoidance countermeasures in passenger vehicles. Currently, CAMP is a joint effort by USDOT and five major automakers (Ford, GM, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota, and Honda). They developed the first V2I prototype safety system based on DSRC ready for field operation trial (FOT) in the U.S.

https://www.campllc.org/

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Connected Vehicle Trade Association  (CVTA)

The Connected Vehicle Trade Association  (CVTA) was formed in 2005 at the request of the automakers participating in the VII Consortium to provide a business language where all industries necessary to build a complete ecosystem could collaborate.

http://www.connectedvehicle.org/

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OmniAir Consortium

OmniAir Consortium advocates for the development and promotion of certification for Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS).

https://omniair.org/

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Car 2 Car Communication Consortium (C2C)

The Car 2 Car Communication Consortium (C2C) is an open European standard for C-ITS that validates the process focusing on V2V systems and V2I communications.

https://www.car-2-car.org/

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The Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC)

The Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC) is a non-profit organization that believes apps and dashboards should make driving safer by minimizing distractions and maximizing ease of use with the connection between cars and smartphones. 

https://carconnectivity.org/

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GENIVI

The GENIVI Alliance is also a non-profit industry alliance driving broad adoption of the In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) open-source development platform. The GENIVI aims to align requirements, deliver reference implementations, and offer certification programs [58].

https://www.genivi.org/

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Wi-Fi Alliance

The Wi-Fi Alliance is also a global non-profit association established in 1999 to drive the best user experience with new wireless networking technology.

https://www.wi-fi.org/

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Wireless Association (CTIA)

The Wireless Association (CTIA) was founded in 1984 to provide testing equipment and hardware certification programs so that consumers could be able to enjoy the benefits of telecommunications technologies.

https://www.ctia.org/

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Open Mobile Alliance (OMA)

The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) was formed in 2002, which develop programs to test products to ensure industry-wide interoperability.

https://omaspecworks.org/

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Consumer Electronics for Automotive (CE4A)

The Consumer Electronics for Automotive (CE4A) was founded after five German Car manufacturers took steps towards a standardization of the interfaces between mobile devices and automotive electronic control units (ECUs).

https://ce4a.de/index.php/about-us/overview

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Shanghai Vehicle Connectivity and Telematics Alliance (SVCTA)

The Shanghai Vehicle Connectivity and Telematics Alliance (SVCTA) was established under the guidance of the Shanghai Information Technology Commission, Shanghai Automotive Group, and Shanghai Traffic Electronics Industry Association to improve the capability of independent innovation, solve technical bottlenecks hindering industrial development and promote optimization and upgrading of industrial structure. The Open Automotive Alliance was established in 2014 to make the technologies in the car safer, more seamless, and more intuitive for everyone. They are trying to make a common platform that drives innovation in the car, offers openness, customization, and scale, allowing automakers to bring cutting edge technology to their drivers easily.

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Open Automotive Alliance

The Open Automotive Alliance was established in 2014 to make the technologies in the car safer, more seamless, and more intuitive for everyone. They are trying to make a common platform that drives innovation in the car, offers openness, customization, and scale, allowing automakers to bring cutting edge technology to their drivers easily.

https://www.openautoalliance.net/#about

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 Telematics Valley

Ultimately, the telematics valley also supports and strengthens the development of business, technology, and the region as a premier telematics development cluster to provide a forum for the exchange of content and ideas.

https://www.telematicsvalley.org/