Connected Vehicle Professional III - Data, Markets, Policy and Regulations     New!


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Duration: 5 Days
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July 24-28, 2017

September 11-15, 2017

November 13-17, 2017

Mobile Comply

7205 Sterling Ponds Court

Sterling Heights, MI

Connected Vehicle Professional III - Data, Markets, Policy and Regulations focuses on data generated by connected vehicle and data security with an introduction to the development, implementation and regulation of connected cars and other connected vehicle ecosystems. Learners are given in-depth, wide-ranging course materials, suggested reading resources, and are tested on various key areas of instruction.

The Connected Vehicle Professional III – Data, Markets, Policy and Regulations is part of the Connected Vehicle Professional ™(CVP) Credentialing Program. This is a comprehensive education and certification curriculum collaboratively launched between SAE International, Connected Vehicle Trade Association (CVTA) and Mobile Comply.

The CVP Credentialing Program helps professionals to build a valuable skill set and increases professional credibility in the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Community. The CVP is a vendor-neutral credentialing program that signifies that an individual has the requisite foundational understanding necessary to perform tasks involving connected vehicle and intelligent transportation best practices, in-vehicle safety, infrastructure, communication protocols, security and more. Learners who successfully complete the end-of-course learning assessment are awarded the SAE International/Connected Vehicle Trade Association Certificate of Competency.

Learning Objectives
By attending this seminar, you will be able to:

  • Identify and differentiate elements and functions that pertain to connected vehicle
  • Acknowledge current and emerging privacy concerns, business and technology life cycle factors

Who Should Attend
This course is designed for the experienced IT professional, software engineer, automotive engineer, information and vehicle technician, insurance and telecommunications professional, transportation staff and service professionals.

Attendees should have an understanding of connected vehicles such as one would receive in the Connected Vehicle Professional I - Function, Protocols and Architecture and Connected Vehicle Professional II - Standards, Organizations, Programs, V2X courses.

Topical Outline

Domain 10.0 Data
Data, Markets, Policy and Regulations

  • Data
  • Harvesting vehicle and environmental data
  • Storing and shaping data
  • Knowledge extraction
Electronic Control Units (ECUs)

Domain 11.0 Security

  • Systems security
  • System threats and risks
  • Protecting systems
  • Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC)
In-vehicle Network Security
  • Vulnerabilities and attacks
  • Network defenses
  • Wireless security
  • Infrastructure security
  • Vulnerabilities and attacks
  • Network defenses
  • Wireless security
  • Access control
  • Access control fundamentals
  • Authentication
  • Assessments and audits
  • Performing vulnerability assessments
  • Conducting audits

Domain 12.0 Market Differences
Market Differences

  • North America
  • U.S. - Evolution of telematics and navigation systems
  • Europe
  • U.K. - Tethered connectivity solution is poised to grow exponentially
  • Germany -Deutsche Telekom built up a base of 12,000 hotspots
  • France - Consumer willingness to pay a high subscription price
  • Russia - Untapped market
  • Asia Pacific
  • China - Likely to become the largest market by 2018
  • India - Focus on infrastructure development
  • Japan - Pioneered the use of mobile phone communication
  • Brazil - Huge opportunity for OEMs and aftermarket services
  • Middle East - Luxury and high end car driving the market

Domain 13.0 US Policy and Regulation
US Policy and Regulation

  • Current regulation
  • Safety message communication rulemaking - passenger vehicles
  • Policy considerations
  • Data ownership
  • Security
  • Applications
  • Network
  • Data
  • Privacy considerations
  • Liability
  • Spectrum sharing

Domain 14.0 Insurance
Insurance Telematics Applications

  • Usage based insurance
  • Driver behavior monitoring

Domain 15.0 Legacy Application Telematics Applications

  • Vehicle health reports
  • Safety and security
  • Crash notifications
  • Driver assistance and active safety
  • Automated driving considerations

Domain 16.0 Trends and Considerations

  • Mobile health and physiological biometrics
  • Car sharing
  • Social media

Domain 17.0 Major Issues

  • WI-FI expansion plans
  • Lack of open apps platform
Lack of specific subscription model

A blended learning approach is used that includes:

  • Extensive online learning activities through Mobile Comply’s robust learning platform
  • Five half-day classroom sessions that emphasize problem solving, Q&A, and real-world case studies
  • Total learning content equates to 30 hours of training

For more information and to learn about upcoming offerings of this program, contact Mobile Comply at 1-844-289-8920 or

Fees: $2500.00 ; SAE Members: $2500.00 - $2500.00

.0 CEUs
You must complete all course contact hours and successfully pass the learning assessment to obtain CEUs.

For additional information, contact SAE Customer Service at 1-877-606-7323 (724/776-4970 outside the U.S. and Canada) or at