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Links to V2X interoperability and pugfests

From: Arman Aygen <arman@aygen.net>
Date: Mon, 24 Aug 2020 14:46:16 +0200
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Hi Ashish,

Please find a few links as promised on the call about interoperability for v2x:
- Omniair (US based): https://omniair.org/malaga-plugfest/
- ETSI: https://www.etsi.org/events/1659-cv2x-plugtests
- Car-2-Car consortium (European based) paper on C-ITS privacy and data protection: https://www.car-2-car.org/fileadmin/documents/General_Documents/C2CCC_TR_2051_Data_Protection.pdf

In the last one they mention the use of pseudonymes and authorisation tokens (AT) to protect the privacy of drivers. It was a very challenging discussion with the European Commission (where Germany was most vocal) asking for the AT (Authorization Tokens) to be renewed way too often, which in my opinion is over engineered. Today, depending on the country, we have a single pseudonyme (the number plate attached to the vehicle) valid for the duration of the ownership of the vehicle; or worse, with the number plate attached to an individual (transferred when you change vehicle). Which means that today It may end up being cheaper to put connected cameras with OCR algorithms to track the vehicles ;)

For the Data Integrity and Immutability requirement in the post-incident forensics and insurance use cases, I would be happy to have a side conversation if you are interested, it’s mostly about true in the data, requires what I call “a single version of the truth".

Best,
Arman
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