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General instructions Objective methods for speech and audio evaluation in vehicles In-force ITU-T Recommendations related to communications involving vehicles 1 Name Title Date ITU-T P.1100 Narrowband hands-free communication in motor vehicles 01/2019 ITU-T P.1110 Wideband hands-free communication in motor vehicles 01/2019 ITU-T P.1120 Super-wideband and fullband stereo hands-free communication in motor vehicles 03/2017 ITU-T P.1130 Subsystem requirements for automotive speech services 06/2015 ITU-T P.1140 Speech communication requirements for emergency calls originating from vehicles 03/2017 Question 4/12: https :// www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/studygroups/2017-2020/12/Pages/q4.aspx ITU-T Study Group 12: Performance, Quality of Service, Quality of Experience Objective methods for speech and audio evaluation in vehicles Work in progress: Transmission characteristics for In Car Communication (work item P.ICC) P.ICC scope and objectives: ICC will utilize integrated microphones and speakers in the motor vehicle cabin to amplify conversation P.ICC sets a base level of function and quality Provides an improved communication between all occupants in a motor vehicle Helps to ensure that the ICC operates to a quality such that the motor vehicle driver does not feel it necessary to turn their head to amplify their voice when talking to other passengers - ICC can aid in preventing driver distraction 2 P.ICC work item: https:// itu.int/ITU-T/workprog/wp_item.aspx?isn=14029 ITU-T Study Group 12: Performance, Quality of Service, Quality of Experience Objective methods for speech and audio evaluation in vehicles Work in progress: Transmission characteristics for In Car Communication (work item P.ICC) To meet these requirements, the use of audio zones within a motor vehicle cabin for speech communications between audio zones, and tests to ensure good speech intelligibility and quality between those zones are defined.
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Score: 946502.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/e.../28_ITU-T_SG12_Q4_Updates.pptx
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Score: 946053.6 - https://www.ilo.org/global/top...WCMS_409890/lang--en/index.htm
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Workshop on Standardization in Telecommunication for motor vehicles Français  |  Español   Print Version   Home : Internet Broadcasting services Workshop on Standardization in Telecommunication for motor vehicles ITU-T Workshop on Standardization in Telecommunication for motor vehicles audio feeds ITU Headquarters Geneva, 24-25 November 2003 The Workshop on Standardization in Telecommunication for motor vehicles has been webcasted in audio only in live and the archives are available through the ITU's Internet Broadcasting Service .  (...) Archived meetings Date Title Audio feeds DAY1 24/11/2003 Workshop on Standardization in Telecommunication for motor vehicles (Room H) 09:30-10:30 Opening Session Floor 10:50-12:30 Session 1 : Diagnostics and Telematics 14:00-15:30 Session 2 : Safety (vehicle and passenger safety, emergency services) (Part I) Floor 15:50-17:30 Session 2 : Safety (vehicle and passenger safety, emergency services) (Part II) 17:45-18:30 Round Table DAY2 25/11/2003 Workshop on Standardization in Telecommunication for motor vehicles (Room H) 09:00-10:40 Session 3 : Communications (voice and audiovisual services) (Part I) Floor 11:00-12:30 Session 3 : Communications (voice and audiovisual services) (Part I) 14:00-15:30 Sess ion 4 : Mobile office (data and multimedia services) (Part I) Floor 16:00-17:20 Sess ion 4 : Mobile office (data and multimedia services) (Part II) 17:20-18:00 Overall Panel Discussions and Conclusions.
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Score: 944793.6 - https://www.itu.int/ibs/ITU-T/telecomauto/index.html
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The workshop took place 2-4 March, 2005, during the 75th Geneva International Motor Show . ICT in cars is an area of significant interest and impact. (...) ITU-T's 2003 workshop, Workshop on Telecommunications for Motor Vehicles had a programme led by leading players in the field and more than 80 attendees from car and systems manufacturers. The event saw the formation of the 'Advisory Panel for Standards Cooperation on Telecommunications related to Motor Vehicles', which has held several meetings, and is spearheading the 2005 event. 
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Score: 943003.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/worksem/ict-auto/200503/index.html
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En el marco del convenio, Hyundai Motor y el PNUD colaborarán por primera vez para crear la iniciativa mundial “ for Tomorrow ”, que ayudará a acelerar el progreso hacia ODS para 2030. (...) Chung del Grupo Hyundai Motor. "A través de este proyecto, Hyundai Motor Company ayudará a movilizar el poder de la cooperación y de la innovación para diseñar un progreso sostenible para la humanidad". (...) A fin de promover el proyecto, Hyundai Motor y el PNUD lanzaron canales de medios sociales temáticos ( @forTomorrow2030 ).
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Score: 942001.5 - https://www.undp.org/es/press-...soluciones-sostenibles-de-base
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Christoph Huβ, Senior Vice President, Science and Traffic Policy, BMW Group – OICA (International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers) CAMP Driver Workload Metrics Project Mr. Richard Deering, Manager, Crash Avoidance and System Support, Safety Integration Center, General Motors Corporation – OICA (International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers) Driver Assistance System (Lane Keep Assist System) Mr. Akira Iihoshi, Chief Engineer, HONDA R&D Co., Ltd. – OICA (International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers) HARMONIZED RESEARCH IN ITS Mr.
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Score: 939980.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...s/pr2004/04trans_p01e_prog.pdf
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ITU-T FG FITCAR  ALL (2008-01-24)    Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : FG FITCAR : Meeting Documents  Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     ITU-T FG FITCAR  ALL (2008-01-24)  ITU-T FG FITCAR Max # of documents displayed/page: Focus Group "From/In/To Cars Communication" Study Period 2005 Meeting  from 2008-01-24 to 2008-01-24 held in Sweden [Göteborg] Contributions   Number   Title Source Date   [ 23 ]     Comments on the draft specification "Hands-Free Communication in Motor Vehicles" (6th version)     France Telecom   2008-01-24   [ 22 ]     Comments on FG FITCAR-C-19: "Draft 6 Specification "Hands-Free Communication in Motor Vehicles" (6th version)"     Lars Birger Nielsen, Brüel & Kjaer   2008-01-22   [ 21 ]     Recommendations for Improvement of Microphone Measurements     Harman Becker / AKG Acoustics   2008-01-22   [ 20 ]     Updates and additions of the draft specification "Hands-Free Communication in Motor Vehicles" (5th version)     Mats Forsen   2008-01-22   [ 19 ]     Draft 6 Specification "Hands-Free Communication in Motor Vehicles" (6th version)     Chairman of the Focus Group   2008-01-17     Documents   Number   Title Source Date   [ 5 ]     Specification "Hands-Free Communication in Motor Vehicles" (final clean version)     Chairman of the Focus Group   2008-05-07   [ 4 ]     Specification "Hands-Free Communication in Motor Vehicles" (final version incl.
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Score: 938709.1 - https://www.itu.int/md/T05-FG.FITCAR-080124/sum/_page.print
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Slide 1 THE SOCIETY OF MOTOR MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS LIMITED Connected and automated vehicles at the crossroads to success Key issues from a UK perspective David Wong Senior Technology and Innovation Manager ITU Symposium on the Future Networked Car Geneva 5 March 2020 THE SOCIETY OF MOTOR MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS LIMITED PAGE 2 Automated vehicles: reality check Increasing availability of ADAS, but… Source: JATO Dynamics analysis based on SMMT new car registration data 2018 UK registrations (2018) Fitted as standard Available as an option Total Adaptive Cruise Control 317,635 (13.4%) 910,127 (38.4%) 1,227,762 (51.9%) Autonomous Emergency Braking 1,245,006 (52.6%) 495,103 (21.0%) 1,740,109 (73.5%) Blind Junction View 9,159 (0.4%) 172,929 (7.3%) 182,088 (7.7%) Collision Warning System 1,441,841 (60.9%) 406,553 (17.2%) 1,848,394 (78.1%) Overtaking Sensor 177,613 (7.5%) 1,050,583 (44.4%) 1,228,196 (51.9%) Parking Assistance 194,087 (8.2%) 741,133 (31.3%) 935,220 (39.5%) Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2019 Source: Gartner, Inc. (...) THE SOCIETY OF MOTOR MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS LIMITED PAGE 5 But mobile network coverage on the UK road network remains wanting Source: RAC Foundation analysis using Ofcom data, Dec 2018. (...) Partial network coverage means that at least one, but no more than three, of the four network providers – Vodafone, O2, EE, Three - offers a signal. eCall is useless here THE SOCIETY OF MOTOR MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS LIMITED PAGE 6 Looking into the future Source: SMMT / Frost & Sullivan (2019), Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Winning the Global Race to Market. 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 Not Connected 34% 29% 27% 17% 15% 13% 9% 2% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Connected 66% 71% 73% 83% 85% 87% 91% 98% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Forecast of connected cars as a proportion of UK new passenger car registrations Potential 5G use cases Illustration courtesy of Qualcomm THE SOCIETY OF MOTOR MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS LIMITED PAGE 7 Only to be greeted by the potential 2G/3G switch-off later this decade Some telematics and connected vehicle services eCall (pending NG eCall development) Smart metering and smart (managed) charging While 3G switch-off for the refarming of spectrum for 5G has long been expected, the potential ramifications of poorly planned 2G switch-off may be more damaging The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders Limited 71 Great Peter Street, London SW1P 2BN www.smmt.co.uk SMMT, the ‘S’ symbol and the ‘Driving the motor industry’ brandline are registered trademarks of SMMT Ltd.
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Score: 937936.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/fnc/202...ts/David_Wong_Presentation.pdf
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Slide 1 THE SOCIETY OF MOTOR MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS LIMITED Connected and automated vehicles at the crossroads to success Key issues from a UK perspective David Wong Senior Technology and Innovation Manager ITU Symposium on the Future Networked Car Geneva 5 March 2020 THE SOCIETY OF MOTOR MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS LIMITED PAGE 2 Automated vehicles: reality check Increasing availability of ADAS, but… Source: JATO Dynamics analysis based on SMMT new car registration data 2018 UK registrations (2018) Fitted as standard Available as an option Total Adaptive Cruise Control 317,635 (13.4%) 910,127 (38.4%) 1,227,762 (51.9%) Autonomous Emergency Braking 1,245,006 (52.6%) 495,103 (21.0%) 1,740,109 (73.5%) Blind Junction View 9,159 (0.4%) 172,929 (7.3%) 182,088 (7.7%) Collision Warning System 1,441,841 (60.9%) 406,553 (17.2%) 1,848,394 (78.1%) Overtaking Sensor 177,613 (7.5%) 1,050,583 (44.4%) 1,228,196 (51.9%) Parking Assistance 194,087 (8.2%) 741,133 (31.3%) 935,220 (39.5%) Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2019 Source: Gartner, Inc. (...) THE SOCIETY OF MOTOR MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS LIMITED PAGE 5 But mobile network coverage on the UK road network remains wanting Source: RAC Foundation analysis using Ofcom data, Dec 2018. (...) Partial network coverage means that at least one, but no more than three, of the four network providers – Vodafone, O2, EE, Three - offers a signal. eCall is useless here THE SOCIETY OF MOTOR MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS LIMITED PAGE 6 Looking into the future Source: SMMT / Frost & Sullivan (2019), Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Winning the Global Race to Market. 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 Not Connected 34% 29% 27% 17% 15% 13% 9% 2% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Connected 66% 71% 73% 83% 85% 87% 91% 98% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Forecast of connected cars as a proportion of UK new passenger car registrations Potential 5G use cases Illustration courtesy of Qualcomm THE SOCIETY OF MOTOR MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS LIMITED PAGE 7 Only to be greeted by the potential 2G/3G switch-off later this decade Some telematics and connected vehicle services eCall (pending NG eCall development) Smart metering and smart (managed) charging While 3G switch-off for the refarming of spectrum for 5G has long been expected, the potential ramifications of poorly planned 2G switch-off may be more damaging The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders Limited 71 Great Peter Street, London SW1P 2BN www.smmt.co.uk SMMT, the ‘S’ symbol and the ‘Driving the motor industry’ brandline are registered trademarks of SMMT Ltd.
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Score: 937936.7 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...0Crossroads%20to%20Success.pdf
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Her yıl 800.000 ila 1.000.000 adet yeni motor piyasaya arz edilmektedir (anma güç aralığı 0.75 kW – 375 kW). (...) Öte yandan 500.000 adet ise ithal edilmektedir. Türkiye’deki başlıca motor üreticileri Gamak, Wat Motor, Volt Motor, Abana ve Eldaş’tır. 2012 yılı itibariyle Türkiye sanayiinde kullanılan motorların %85’inin veya yaklaşık 12-18 milyonunun IE2 (değişken hızlı sürücülü) veya IE3 enerji verimliliği standartlarının altında olduğu tahmin edilmektedir. (...) Ulusal politika ve kurumsal çerçeve iyileştirilecek, yerli motor üreticilerinin kapasiteleri arttırılacak, etkin bir piyasa gözetimi ve denetimi ve mevzuata uygunluk sağlanacak ve ihtiyaca özel finans çözümleri üretilecektir.
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Score: 936227 - https://www.undp.org/tr/turkiy...mli-motorlarin-tesvik-edilmesi
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