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 The Fully Networked Car Workshop
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Wednesday, 5 March 2008  
10:30 - 11:00 Opening session
Opening Malcolm Johnson, ITU Director TSB      
Welcome Address Dr Hamadoun Touré, ITU Secretary-General      
Opening remarks Alan Bryden, ISO Secretary General      
Opening remarks Jack Sheldon on behalf of Aharon Amit, IEC General Secretary
11:00 - 13:00 Executive session (Moderator: Hans W. Gierlich)
  Max Mosley, President, FIA (Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile)
Michel Mayer, CEO, Freescale Semiconductor    
Hermann Meyer, CEO, ERTICO (ITS Europe)    
Kenji Ikeura, President, Connexis    
Oliver Bahns, Head, Global Business Development and Consulting (Automotive), T-Systems  
David Butler, Marketing Director, Honda Formula 1 Racing Team    
14:00 - 15:30 Session 1: ICT and Climate change (Moderator: Tim Kelly)
Green ITS - towards the environment-friendly networked car. Paul Kompfner, ERTICO (ITS Europe)
Transportation and climate change Andreas Schäfer, Cambridge University, UK
Connected Car a solution for environment? Pierre Malaterre, 4iCOM
Remarkable fuel savings through CARWINGS telematics Eco-advice services in Japan Takashi Sugano, Nissan Technical Centre Europe
Advanced In-Car Telemetry for Commodity Vehicles Carlos Busnadiego-Gutiérrez and Jose María Martín-Bobis, GMV
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16:00 - 17:30 Session 2: Communications, spectrum and standards - Part I (Moderator: Reinhard Scholl)
Spectrum and Standards Jean – Yves Monfort, ITU (International Telecommunication Union)
Standards for Vehicle Gateway Soyeon Lee, ETRI (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute)
How ETSI connects the cars Martin Arndt, ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute)
Reception 18:00 – 20:00
Supported by: Connexis logo
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Thursday, 6 March 2008  
9:00 - 11:00 Session 3: Communications, spectrum and standards - Part II (Moderator: Pierre-André Probst)
Evaluation Metrics for vehicular communication systems Anirban De, Siva Jupudi, Pramod Babu, Dominic Paulraj and Ravi Puvvala, Arada Systems
Audio, Video and Multimedia Standards for fully networked cars Shuji Hirakawa, IEC TC100 (International Electrotechnical Commission, Technical Committee 100)
SDR (Software-defined Radio) for motor vehicles: past, present and future John Chapin, Vanu Inc.
IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6) Impact on the ITS Sector Thierry Ernst, INRIA (The French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control)
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11:30 – 13:00 Session 4: Car-to-Car Communication (Moderator: Jean-Yves Monfort)
C2C (car-to-car) Communication from the perspective of a global OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) Martin Wiecker and Christian Ress, Ford Forschungszentrum Aachen GmbH
Performance Comparison of AODV (Ad hoc on-demand distance vector) and OLSR (Optimized Link State Routing) in urban VANET (Vehicle ad hoc network) scenarios Víctor González, Alberto Los Santos and Gregorio Martín, Networked Vehicles Division, Telefónica I+D
Dynamic Vehicle Group Architecture for Efficient V2V (vehicle-to-vehicle) and V2R (vehicle-with-roadside) Networking Wai Chen, Telcordia Technologies & Toyota InfoTechnology Center
14:00 - 15:00 Session 5: Car-to-X Communication (Moderator: Paul Kompfner )
Virtual Sub-Centre (VSC) - Safety Concept for the European Road Transport Dr. Chanan Gabay, Motorola
EDA : A cooperative application FOR AN EnhanceD Drivers’ AwarenesS Simon Coutel and Hossein Zakizadeh, INRETS (The French National Institue for Transport and Safety Research) & Volvo
SatCom as part of the operational implementation of ITS applications – The SISTER Project Monica Schettino, ERTICO (ITS Europe)
Supported by: Connexis logo
15:30 - 17:30 Session 6: New telematics delivery solutions (Moderator: Kevin Borras)
Activity of Honda’s Telematics "Interavi premium club" Takeshi Imai, Honda Motor Co,Ltd
Automotive Middleware Support for Data Transfer from Web 2.0 to User Interfaces via Nomadic Devices Francisco J. González-Castaño, University of Vigo, Spain
Convergence of Telematics and Infotainment in Emerging Markets: an exciting opportunity Dr. G. Venkatesh, Sasken Communication Technologies Limited
NGTP (Next Generation Telematics Protocol): Rethinking Telematics Services Axel Moering,  BMW
Delivery of up to date content wirelessly to vehicles Amreesh Modi, Navteq and Bruno Simon, Connexis
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Friday, 7 March 2008  
9:00 - 11:00 Session 7: In-car platform and nomadic devices (Moderator: Michael Noblett)
Making the Connection to Personalized Entertainment Jim Bridgwater, Freescale Semiconductor
In-vehicle infotainment Paul Goosens, INTEL
ATOP : An next generation Automotive Telematics On board unit Platform Frank Daems, NXP Semiconductors
CP-Connect Pat Kennedy, Cellport Systems
Design and implementation of a driver helper system for remote vehicle diagnostics and maintenance services Alberto Los Santos (on behalf of Carlos Moliner), Telefónica I+D (Networked Vehicles Division)
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11:30 – 13:30 Session 8: Voice and audiovisual services (Moderator: Hans W. Gierlich )
MOST150 (Media Oriented Systems Transport 150 Mbit/s) – The Next Generation Automotive Infotainment Backbone Harald Kohler, SMSC Europe GmbH
Multi-channel Car Acoustic Echo Cancellation for car hands-free voice communication Jean-Pierre Jallet, NXP Semiconductors
The new ITU-T focus group FitCar (From/In/To Cars Communication) – ITU-T test specification for hands-free terminals in Cars Dr.-Ing. H. W. Gierlich, HEAD acoustics GmbH
Recent trends for improving automotive speech enhancement systems Tim Haulick and Gerhard Schmidt, Harman/Becker Automotive Systems
On Consistent Improvement of Speech Quality by Wideband Speech Technologies Prof.-Dr. Tim Fingscheidt, Braunschweig Technical University
The importance of speech technology for the fully networked car Volker Jantzen, SVOX
14:30 - 16:30 Session 9: Safety (Moderator: Jean-Michel Henchoz)
Resource allocation in dangerous goods transportation environments Gregorio Martín and Alberto Los Santos, Telefónica I+D
An Interoperable eCall end-to-end Implementation Based on Service Oriented Architecture and Web Services Technologies Fulvio Sansone, Oracle EMEA
Driving towards a safer future Ranier Makowitz, Freescale Semiconductor
The SAFESPOT Integrated Project – Overview of the architecture, technologies and applications Roberto Brignolo, FIAT
eCall – an opportunity to bring standard connectivity to all cars by implementing a smart integration of the in-vehicle system (IVS) Pierre Piver, Wavecom
Towards Trustworthy Information and Communication Technologies in Vehicular Systems Panos Papadimitratos, EPFL
16:30 - 16:45 Wrap-up
Session Highlights Reinhard Scholl, TSB Deputy Director
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