Ein erster Standard für die Kommunikation Vehicle-2-Cloud wurde entwickelt.
Composed by 28 leading players, vehicle manufacturers, telecommunication, ADAS manufacturers, location, content and service providers, and navigation systems suppliers, SENSORIS announced a first version of its global standardised interface specification for vehicle-to-cloud data, to be broadly used across the automotive industry.
The data specification, labelled SENSORIS closes the loop between the vehicle’s sensors, map and connected services. In addition to attributes describing the in vehicle status, the data specification covers observable and derived attribution of the world from various categories, including weather environment, road infrastructure, traffic regulation, traffic events and behaviour and, of course, in vehicle status.
SENSORIS is reaching out to relevant standards and consortia through the participation in the Open AutoDrive Forum to harmonise the data flow and allow interoperability between these data formats. Throughout the time SENSORIS gained significant visibility and drag. Discussions with projects working on real world scenarios in the automated driving ecosystem are ongoing.
“SENSORIS data closes the essential loop between the vehicle and cloud. Automated vehicles rely on the efficient delivery of data services and SENSORIS provides the necessary feed of near real-time information on the road environment,” said Prokop Jehlicka, Innovation Manager at HERE Technologies and chairman for SENSORIS. “The specification’s release is an important achievement for the industry, and we now have the opportunity to create broad adoption through real-world testing and the integration of SENSORIS with existing data standard formats”.