Allianz für Netzwerk in autonomen Fahrzeugen – Neues Nervensystem für Autos von morgen
Yes. As long as your email account is from the same domain that your company used to register as a member of the alliance. For any additional question regarding access to the portal, please contact email@example.com.
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Since IEEE meetings are comprised of individuals, as opposed to organizations and companies, the Alliance doesn’t directly participate in these meetings. However, many individuals from our member companies are actively involved, on behalf of their respective organizations, in the standardization process via their participation in activities such as the IEEE P802.3ch Multigigabit Automotive Ethernet PHY Task Force.
NAV Alliance is committed to building consensus around new ideas, architectures and technologies propelling Ethernet networking into the realm of Multi-Gigabit/s speeds inside the autonomous car, which in itself resembles a data center on wheels. The car environment is unique, engineers face tremendous challenges related to noise emission and immunity, power consumption, reliability, safety standards, security, cables that are of different construct than those commonly found in data centers and enterprise infrastructure. To continue the evolution of the Ethernet technology into this new, fascinating environment, takes an industry-broad approach to solving problems and a drive towards standardization, based on the fundamental principle of consensus building. Technologies emerging from this industry-wide effort will be specified by the appropriate bodies, with the help from NAV Alliance and its members working closely with industry standard organizations like the IEEE.
The NAV Alliance intends to participate at trade shows and conferences, including interoperability demonstrations, plugfests and exhibits. The alliance also envisions publishing white papers, blogs and other collaterals with the goal of educating the industry about the benefits of these new Multi-Gig technologies. For more information on how you can get involved, please contact the NAV Alliance Marketing Working Group Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org or NAV Alliance Administration at email@example.com.
Member companies that are promoter or contributor level are encouraged to join the Marketing Working Group (MWG) and Technical Working Group (TWG) by logging in to their NAV Alliance user account and completing the short online process.
You can find the technical documents and specifications in the respective working group sections on our portal at XYZ.
The scope of the NAV alliance includes all vehicle domains based on an array of ECUs (Electronic Control Units), CPUs/GPUs, high-definition cameras, sensors, gateways, and storage devices, all connected through a high-speed, Multi-Gigabit Ethernet network.
The NAV Alliance does not place any restriction on the use of the specifications, according to its IPR.
The alliance publishes its specifications according to its bylaws, which limit distribution to member companies only. Please check the member section for the list of members.