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This page is an aggregation of links to various Vehicle Signal Specifications resources. It is intended to provide a quick reference access to everything VSS. If you do not find what you are looking for or see things that are missing, please let us know.
***If you want to dive right into the spec or documentation go to GitHub***
The VSS page on this wiki is a good starting point that leads/points to all of the other locations.
GitHub is where almost all of the VSS project work is maintained. The main page contains links to
A straight forward set of topics that give a good overview of VSS
Release links with lists of what has changed
VSS specification refers to the standard catalog. It is maintained in yaml. It is fully expected that not everyone will implement all data elements/signals and they will likely implement some number of proprietary elements/signals. VSS is still a useful methodology/rule set for defining interoperable models.
Tools are maintained in a separate repository
VSS project team uses the VSS wiki for documenting a variety of things including releases.
All edits and updates are presented to the team through Pull Requests and are discussed in weekly meetings.
All issues are tracked through GitHub issues
There are various implementations where VSS is used as data model for vehicle data.
COVESA Spotlight is a series where member organizations from the COVESA Community present their use/implementation of COVESA's Vehicle Signal Specification answering the following questions:
You can find the past presentations from the series here. If you are interested in presenting your VSS implementation, please contact the Community Director.
Covesa has joint projects to develop and standardize certain technology through the W3C process.