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Stefano Polidori
23:44
UPDATE AGENDA IS POSTED AS DOC1R1
Stefano Polidori
23:47
https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/extcoop/cits/Documents/Meeting-20220923-e-meeting/01R1_CITS_Chair_draft_agenda.docx
Alexandre Petrescu
34:37
(thank you for the brief description of TTC in Japan, it clarifies me a few things)
Alexandre Petrescu
01:00:50
(just a late side comment to TTC Telecom. Tech. Commitee of Japan; there is also a 'TTC' Trade Tech Council EU-US with a WG1 'Standards' with some activity in semiconductors, and probably 6G, and a little automobile vertical; it is interesting to see that the automotive communications are an important focus in TTC Japan, and also are a little component in TTC EU-US)
Alexandre Petrescu
01:02:31
(a little side comment to the presentation given by Mr. F. Fischer: I wonder how the risks of attention loss during driving potentially provoked by overuse of multimedia, is taken into account).
Alexandre Petrescu
01:17:38
A question to the current presentation of C-V2X promotion in China: can it be said something about the radio spectrum situation in China, spectrum dedicated to C-V2X, LTE-V2X, NR-V2X? Has spectrum been allocated to LTE-V2X in China? Because in Europe there is currently no spectrum for NR-V2X as far as I know, and in US there seems to be, by my evaluation of early 2022.
Feng Ni
01:39:44
sorry i lost connection
Feng Ni
01:40:04
if you have any question, please send to fengni@gmail.com
T. Russell Shields
01:40:23
No problem. A great presentation.
Feng Ni
01:41:16
ok,thanks, i have to leave the meeting to catch the train, thanks for hosting
Benoygopal E B
02:12:38
What is the time line given for TSDSI [Doc 37] (Hemant Jeevan Magdum – Services and Solutions, TSDSI)
Stefano Polidori
02:19:27
TSDSI is planned after 11h30 and before 17h00, please see the agenda posted
T. Russell Shields
02:20:34
If TSDSI is ready, we can do it next.
Hans-Joachim Fischer
02:29:10
Why does the physical transporation box distinguish different types of data? I would have expected to distinguish different physical Transportation means.
Benoygopal E B
02:44:39
OK
UNECE Guichard
02:48:31
Hi everyone.
UNECE Guichard
02:48:41
Greetings from UNECE
Marco Carugi
02:50:25
Hi Hans, I understand your comment and agree the phys transportation big box as it is depicted now might confuse. Data is obviously originated from there but the organization of the box might be improved. The current intention was to distinguish between purely transport infra elements and other elements which cannot be qualified as transport infra elements. I note your point and will consider it in next related diiscussions of SG20. Thanks.
Sherry.Li--Changan Automobile
02:51:23
Changan aotumoblie participates WP.29 GRVA too,It is meaningful to share information👍
T. Russell Shields
02:59:08
Sherry: Yes. I will push more information sharing. Can anyone from Changan participate in person in Geneva at the GRVA meeting.
Stefano Polidori
04:12:20
From UWE (ITU-R SG5)Here the link (Annex 25 to 5A/597)https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/itu-r/md/19/wp5a/c/R19-WP5A-C-0597!N25!MSW-E.docx
[ISOC IETF liaison] Alexandre Petrescu
04:24:09
All of us should have access to ISO 39003 draft? I would like to have access to it, thank you. How can I find it? I do have access to TC204.
[ISOC IETF liaison] Alexandre Petrescu
04:27:15
alexandre.petrescu@cea.fr
David Wong
04:36:10
Question for Bill: any planned work on user interface for ALKS?
[ISOC IETF liaison] Alexandre Petrescu
04:46:40
Le MAns is not far from here...
David Wong
04:49:24
Thanks, Bill. I should have been clearer. I meant ALKS (SAE L3, UN-R157). I think in your answer you referred to SAE L2. We're working with UK Gov on some public comms to prepare for the potential rollout of ALKS in UK, and have been asked if there's a standardised user interface (to our knowledge there is none).
[ISOC IETF liaison] Alexandre Petrescu
04:56:28
(SAE: for information, I took the note about the SAE J3194 'micromobilty' and mentioned it to the morning announced effort at IETF on the IPWAVE WG: the IPMON BoF of IETF https://mailarchive.ietf.org/arch/msg/its/EbMrHKYKh-w8Qt5QOnN_zl2imz4/).
S William Gouse
04:58:38
David, I hope you grant me license to use the nomenclature "masquerading" when referring to capability exaggeration from SAE Level 2 to 3...that is quite suitable! Thank you for the comment. I'll follow up on what SAE members may have on the HMI.
David Wong
05:00:18
Granted! But I don't think that one manufacturer you mentioned (that is currently under investigation in the US) will be too happy.
Sherry.Li--Changan Automobile
05:05:36
I will leave for another meeting,see you
[ISOC IETF liaison] Alexandre Petrescu
05:09:38
For the 802.11bd presentation: RFC 8691 "IPv6 over OCB" might be an upper layer over BD, as much as 1609 is, so might need to run bd drafts to IPWAVE WG too (in addition to running it to IEEE 1609).
BO SUN
05:13:23
sun.bo1@zte.com.cn
Carolina Lima (CITS Secretariat, ITU)
05:54:00
Document 32
Carolina Lima (CITS Secretariat, ITU)
05:54:02
https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/extcoop/cits/Documents/Meeting-20220923-e-meeting/32_WWRF_Connected_Car_VIP_WG_status_report.pptx
Carolina Lima (CITS Secretariat, ITU)
05:54:15
I will add the hyperlink to the draft agena
Carolina Lima (ITU CITS Secretariat)
07:01:07
Thank you and sorry for that.
Seshadri Mohan
07:23:56
Thanks, Carolina!