Secure Vehicle Interface – Standards Evolve as the Vehicle is Part of a Larger Transportation System – Joe Register [RR 582]
My guest is Joe Register who is the Vice-President Emerging Technologies at the AutoCare Association. This is his second interview. His first episode was episode 381 which talks about SVI (Secure Vehicle Interface).
Joe Register has over 40 years of experience delivering progressive system solutions to companies in every channel of the Automotive Aftermarket. This work includes the design and implementation of enterprise systems for two startup ventures.
Joe participates as an ANSI expert assigned to ISO TC22 Road Vehicles, ISO TC204 Intelligent Transport Systems and SAE vehicle security committees. His current focus is the industry’s adoption of secure and standardized access to in-vehicle systems to ensure today’s increasingly complex vehicles can be properly maintained and repaired.
One of his specialties are Strategic planning, program management, systems architecture/modeling disciplines applicable to business processes, data and application integration, web service design & development.
Listen to Joe’s other episodes HERE.
Key Talking Points:
- SVI- Secure Vehicle Interface
- SVI started because OE’s said you needed a single voice in order to listen and needed to know what aftermarket wanted
- Mantra “Safe, secure, standardized and direct access”
- Vehicles are built with ‘features’ in mind with repairs as an afterthought
- Information is constantly being collected both inside and outside the vehicle (driver attention)
- Vehicle data and the owner- you should be in control over who has access to the data your vehicle creates with access yourself, (Right to Repair Amendment on the ballot in Nov in Massachusetts)
- Underperformed maintenance will become a big issue in the future- safety
- SVI standards aren’t just for cars- standards just as applicable for smartphone apps, roadside stations
- www.svi0for-mobility.org -webinar and Michelin demonstration with a flat fire
- ChallengesVehicle manufacturers are resistant to collaborating with aftermarket but have made progress with suppliers that provide systems to vehicles
- Thanks to Joe Register for his contribution to the aftermarket’s premier podcast.
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