The future of vehicles

2013 Fully Networked Car Workshop – Keep the date free

By Claire Marchand

The eighth Fully Networked Car workshop will be held on 6 March 2013 at the Geneva (Switzerland) International Motor Show.

The Fully Networked Car workshop takes place on 6 March 2013 in Geneva, Switzerland

A World Standards Cooperation event

The workshop is organized every year at the Geneva Motor Show by the WSC (World Standards Cooperation), a partnership consisting of the IEC, ISO (International Organization for Standardization) and the ITU (International Telecommunication Union).

It provides a unique opportunity for the automotive industry to engage with the three organizations and discuss needs and priorities for international standards in coming years.

The programme will encompass a number of topics and feature experts from a wide variety of sectors of the industry. With your participation, we will explore new approaches to establishing international standards, examine the status of current needs from manufacturers, discuss new challenges for the networked car, and set priorities to help the industry to move forward.

The 2012 workshop covered a series of interactive discussions revolving around the need for standardization as it relates to electric vehicles and electromobility, driver distraction and vehicle safety, ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) communications, and standards for cooperative ITS systems.

The 2013 workshop will focus on further developments in these areas and any new solutions or challenges that have arisen since 2012.

A full agenda of the sessions will be available nearer the date of the workshop.

Registration is free and participants are given access to the Geneva Motor Show.

To register and obtain more information on the upcoming workshop:

Logo-FNC2013 The Fully Networked Car workshop takes place on 6 March 2013 in Geneva, Switzerland
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gva_motorshow_2013_en Participants in the workshop are given access to the Geneva Motor Show