To help enable chines to make choices and efficiently communicate with one another without human interven- tion, NASA Ames and M2Mi Corp. have agreed to work together to develop automated ‘machine- to-machine (M2M) intelligence.’ An agreement between the center and M2Mi Corp. calls for the two organizations to cooperate to evolve ‘automated M2M intelligence’ for space missions. A satellite that would repair itself in low orbit is an example of how the new, automat- ed M2M intelligence could be used in the very near future. M2Mi is located in NASA Research Park, a dynamic research and education community adjacent to NASA Ames that cultivates collaborative partnerships with academia, industry and non-profits to stimulate innovation and education in science and research disciplines critical to space exploration.
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CONNECTED VEHICLE TRADE ASSOCIATION
The Connected Vehicle Trade Association (CVTA) is a non-profit business league established to facilitate the interaction, and advance the interests, of the entities involved in the vehicle communication environment. The Connected Vehicle Trade Association enables the collaboration of companies, organizations, and governmental bodies engaged in developing bidirectional vehicle communications. Membership is open to any corporation (except automakers), public entities, standards and specification organizations, educational institutions and qualified individuals.
Our first effort is to understand who the stakeholders are, their objectives and ownership in this environment, and engage them to allow for a collective understanding of the environment. We communicate what the initiatives are, and what has been developed to date with regard to technical, social and policy concerns. From there, we explore the areas of opportunity, how to participate, and help communicate member capabilities to the correct parties.
We seek to build a dialog for examination of the proposals, pre-deployment plans and build outs within the affected business sectors, between businesses and public entities, and for international efforts.
In order to assure an effective means of accomplishing the important objectives, we must build consensus by those who will build, validate and operate the systems and infrastructures developed.