Groups & Projects

Spotlight COVESA Initiatives

Unlocking the Full Potential of Connected Vehicles

COVESA is an open and member-driven global technology alliance accelerating the full potential of connected vehicles and the mobility ecosystem.

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COVESA Groups and Projects are organizational structures for members to collaborate on the advancement of connected vehicle systems, software-defined vehicles, and mobility ecosystems.

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Minimize fragmentation in automotive.
Investigate and demonstrate data services.
Identify gaps, solutions, and standards for VSS in commercial vehicle fleets.
Technology-neutral interface definitions of vehicle capabilities.
Enhance road safety with connected technologies.
Identify and define common data architectures and terminology.
Facilitate and improve integration and interoperability of connected vehicles.
Define and prove standard data-centric architectures and infrastructure.
Explore vehicle interfaces to ease integration and spur innovation.
Understand and prove novel EV charging approaches.
Standardization of data and APIs that enable and leverage shared big data.
Rules and tools for defining domains in a tree structure.
Design a secure and convenient payment system framework for vehicles.
Interface description and transformation.
Provide a foundation in, and access to automotive, payments, and retail ecosystems.
Protect privacy while leveraging cross OEM data sharing.
Standardize 3rd party push notifications for automotive user experiences.
Deliver automotive cybersecurity guidelines and education for more secure vehicles.
Defines common vehicle services.
Lead, validate, and collaborate on vehicle experiences.
Service for accessing vehicle data.
A common approach for describing vehicle data.
Implement scalable service-oriented middleware over IP (SOME/IP) protocol.

COVESA Groups are Board-approved Expert Groups or Birds-of-a-feather (BoF) formed to advance a specific domain through a project or a series of projects.

Customize your view of COVESA Initiatives by selecting Groups Only or Projects Only.

Still can't find what you're looking for? View the Wiki or contact Paul Boyes, COVESA Community Director, for help.

 

Minimize fragmentation in automotive.
Identify gaps, solutions, and standards for VSS in commercial vehicle fleets.
Enhance road safety with connected technologies.
Facilitate and improve integration and interoperability of connected vehicles.
Define and prove standard data-centric architectures and infrastructure.
Explore vehicle interfaces to ease integration and spur innovation.
Understand and prove novel EV charging approaches.
Provide a foundation in, and access to automotive, payments, and retail ecosystems.
Deliver automotive cybersecurity guidelines and education for more secure vehicles.
Lead, validate, and collaborate on vehicle experiences.

COVESA Projects are specific work done in the open associated with an Expert Group, Birds-of-a-Feather (BoF), or team, resulting in a work product.

Customize your view of COVESA Initiatives by selecting Groups Only or Projects Only.

Still can't find what you're looking for? View the Wiki or contact Paul Boyes, COVESA Community Director, for help.

 

Investigate and demonstrate data services.
Technology-neutral interface definitions of vehicle capabilities.
Identify and define common data architectures and terminology.
Standardization of data and APIs that enable and leverage shared big data.
Rules and tools for defining domains in a tree structure.
Design a secure and convenient payment system framework for vehicles.
Interface description and transformation.
Protect privacy while leveraging cross OEM data sharing.
Standardize 3rd party push notifications for automotive user experiences.
Defines common vehicle services.
Service for accessing vehicle data.
A common approach for describing vehicle data.
Implement scalable service-oriented middleware over IP (SOME/IP) protocol.