SDV Telemetry Project - On Hold
Vehicle-related commerce is a growing topic of major interest with drivers, OEMs, Tier 1, payment companies, and merchants alike. Development teams from payment technology service providers, merchants, OEM’s, and Tier 1’s need to engage and collaborate to enable a safe and secure transaction experience for the end customer (the driver). The focus of the IVP SIG will be to provide a foundation of knowledge and access to the established ecosystems of automotive, payments, and retail.
GENIVI IVP SIG is currently seeking participant companies to get involved with developing the specifications and requirements of IVP for the automotive industry. Participants can include but are not limited to:
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|In-Vehicle Payment SIG Workshop|
Introduction and Overview
Speaker: John Moon- COO at ConnectedTravel and GENIVI IVP/EV SIG Lead
Abstract: Welcome everyone, Update on the IVP SIG, Report on related upcoming events
|Recorded Session||GENIVI AMM IVP SIG Slides|
EV and Fuel Transactions
Speaker: Will Judge, VP at Mastercard
Abstract: Mastercard has been a leader in connected car commerce and has been engaged with the merchant and automotive companies including GM, HERE, Honda, Soundhound, Sonic, and White Castle. Hear about Mastercard’s latest work in connected car and fuel transactions and learn about how they are thinking about EV payments.
|Recorded Session||Mastercard Ryd Pay.pdf|
Challenges and Opportunities in EV Charging Payments
Speakers: Niclas Gyllenram, Director of Software Development at Volvo, and Will Judge VP at Mastercard
EV growth will introduce new first-time drivers to electric cars and along with it the task of educating customers on what it means to own an electric car. Paying to charge the car when away from home is becoming a growing complexity for new EV owners compared to the convenience of fueling at a gas station. Join us for a fireside chat with Volvo and Mastercard as they discuss their views on the challenges and opportunities OEMs face with customers paying for EV charging.
|Recorded Session||No slides for this session|
Vehicle location-based services (VLBS) at Scale
Speaker: Evgeny Klochikhin, CEO at Sheeva.AI
Abstract: Enabling Location-Based Services for Cars to monetize in-vehicle connectivity – Sheeva.AI will present a case study on the first autonomous, cloud-based VLBS solution enabling automatic, contactless payments and last-mile services for EV charging, fueling, road-usage charging, parking, and other critical applications without new physical infrastructure or hardware installed inside connected vehicles.
Challenges for Compliant In-Car Payments in Europe
Speaker: Jakob Gajdzik, Product Owner eCommerce Digital Transactions at BMW
Abstract: As an OEM, there are a series of questions to consider even before in-car payment can be designed technically. Regulations such as PSD2, authentication methods, available standards, and payment process constraints need to be considered. Join us on our road towards compliant in-car payments.
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Automating Fleet Payments
Speaker: Khalid Elawady, Chief Product Officer at CarIQ
Abstract: Fleet administrators know that monitoring, verifying, and reconciling payments related to operating a vehicle is a time-consuming necessity. Machine banking allows cars to connect directly with merchants to transact for any type of service and addresses these needs and more.
The EV Charging Ecosystem: Building Out EV Infrastructure
Abstract: OEM's, municipalities, and governments globally are committing to the growth of EVs, leading to the need to rapidly develop and deploy supporting infrastructure to meet the demands of consumers. This new demand presents an opportunity, but also requires, OEMs, suppliers, service providers, and municipalities to collaborate to deploy services to new customers. Our panelist will share their perspective on how they see the ecosystem working together and the challenges they face in this developing market.
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May 6, 2021 - GENIVI IVP & EV Charging Workshop Plus all other All Member Meeting Session Recordings
February 25, 2021 - GENIVI IVP & EV Charging Workshop (presentation downloads)
October 26, 2020 - GENIVI "Virtual Experience" All Member Meeting IVP Recorded Session
May 20, 2020 - GENIVI Virtual Technical Summit
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John Moon - IVP Special Interest Group Lead firstname.lastname@example.org
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(REGISTER NOW) - To register for the event please visit: https://IVPworkshop.eventbrite.com passcode is “collaboration”
Date/Time: Thursday, February 25th, 2021, from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Eastern Time, GENIVI will be hosting a complimentary virtual (on-line) collaboration workshop event
(June 8-10th, 2021) TU Automotive Vehicle Commerce FOCUS Conference - GENIVI invites you to join this TU Automotive three-day FOCUS IVP Vehicle Commerce conference where you will hear from numerous experts discussing the latest trends, opportunities, challenges, and collaboration partnership opportunities. Registration for the site should go live shortly
Register here: https://wardsauto.informa.com/focus-connected-vehicle-commerce/ and use code GENIVI25 for a 25% discount when