When: May 27, 2021 | 6 p.m. Central Europian Summer Time(UTC+02)
The role of standards in motivating innovation in the ITS world
A brief examination of the role of standardization as a tool of R&D in large collaborative projects. The aim is to show how standardization can set a target for the purpose of innovation. From that the presentation will look at the targets for innovation in ITS that will adopt new technologies to re-invigorate societal benefits of transport.
About the Presenter:
Scott has over the past 20, and more, years become a recognized standards development expert, primarily for security standards, in a number of international standards development organizations including ETSI, ITU-T and ISO. In ETSI Scott is currently the chair of the ITS Security group and vice-chair of the Industry Specification Group ETI, as well as rapporteur of standards across the ITS, CYBER, QSC, eHEALTH and F5G domains. Scott has also contributed to reports from ENISA on network resilience, supply chain integrity and on measures to counter internet bullying. More recently Scott has been involved in a number of projects under the FP7/CIP/H2020 umbrella looking at security and privacy aspects of smart cities. This has led Scott to take a wider view at the whole interoperability conundrum and to address the need to look more deeply at the problems we will face with the IoT and dynamic self-configuring equipment in the world of GDPR, NIS and the CyberSecurity acts to come.
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