ICT New Year’s Resolutions in 2015
TIA’s New Year’s Resolutions in 2015 focus on topics and issues in the ICT industry that impact our members and the industry. This year there is no shortage of challenges to face in the technology and policy spaces – and TIA’s CEO, Scott Belcher, is front and center to give us his resolutions and predictions…
Research in the Connected Vehicle Sector
Executive Director of the Transportation Research Board, Neil Pedersen, spoke with TIA NOW about the primary tenets and goals of TRB and what impact it has in the connected vehicle sector.
The Connected Vehicle: Held at a Higher Standard
As people spend as much time in their cars as they do on the internet, the connected car space is transitioning very quickly. At the TIA 2015 Network of the Future conference, Russ Shields, the Chair of the ITU organized Collaboration on ITS Communications Standards explained why drivers are holding connected vehicle manufacturers to a…
TIA Says FCC’s Record Refresh is a Key Step Toward Finalizing 5.9GHz Rules
TIA today applauded the Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) unanimous vote to refresh the record regarding the 5.9GHz spectrum band. TIA CEO Scott Belcher issued the following statement: “The Commission is doing the right thing by seeking comments in order to refresh the record on developments related to 5.9 GHz band operations. Unlicensed use of the…
TIA’s Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Workshop and CCTA
The Contra Costa Transportation Authority’s GoMentum Station Summit will co-locate with TIA’s Connected and Autonomous Vehicle workshop in Silicon Valley on March 30th and 31st. Randell H. Iwasaki of the Contra Costa Transportation Authority and Scott Belcher, CEO of TIA, tell TIA NOW why these events are a can’t miss.
TR-48 Vehicular Telematics
The TR-48 Engineering Committee is responsible for the development and maintenance of voluntary standards relating to vehicular telematics equipment and services.
What You Thought You Knew About Connected Vehicles
Mark Norman, Director of Development & Strategic Initiatives at the Transportation Research Board, spoke with TIA NOW about the challenging dynamics between the public and private sectors for the enablement of a robust connected and autonomous vehicle.