service_management_its_wave May 2010

service_management_its_wave May 2010

Topic Abstract: Wireless Access for Vehicular Environments (WAVE) Technology
(Building Managed Services with IEEE 1609 Standards)

Wireless Access for Vehicular Environments (WAVE) technology are expected
to be widely employed in the future nationwide to radically improve the
road transportation environment in terms of safety, efficiency and
information access. Some example applications of WAVE systems are lane
change, collision avoidance, and intelligent traffic light control.
Deployment of wave systems will fundamentally smooth the progress of its
by providing roadways with high performance physical platforms for
gathering operational data. This deployment will also turn driving and
riding into a completely new experience, safer and more pleasant than ever

As developed in the IEEE 1609 standards (WAVE) has the potential to generate a
fresh information technology industry based upon roadway vehicles, and
this will bring the us an opportunity to grow the high-tech sector of its
economy and enhance its international economic competitiveness. The
magnitude and breadth of the road information infrastruc┬Čture impacts on
the economy of the us are substantial, multi-layered and profound.

This talk will feature An Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) technical architecture
for Service Management based on IEEE 1609 Wireless Access for Vehicular Environments (WAVE)
standards for secure vehicle-tovehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure wireless communication.
This study defines an ITS Service Management model based on the networking (IEEE 1609.3), and
security (IEEE 1609.2) protocols. An examination of the working model demonstrates the use of
a 1609.3 Provider Service Identifier (PSID) to provision and secure ITS services and
applications using the DSRC/WAVE communication stack.

Speaker Biography: Tim Weil – Security Manager, Raytheon Polar Services

Tim Weil is a Security Architect with over twenty years of IT management, consulting and
engineering experience in the U.S. Government and Communications Industry. Mr. Weil’s technical
areas of expertise include enterprise security architecture, FISMA compliance, identity
management, ITS standards, and network engineering. Since 2006 he worked on several Intelligent
Transportation System (ITS) projects relating to the WAVE/1609 protocol suite –

Security Architect for the US DOT Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII) program
Lecturer – WAVE Security Topics (GLOBECOM 2007-09)
Co-Author –
US DOT Final Report Vehicle VII Technical Description Report (2009)
Vehicular networking: A survey and tutorial on requirements, architectures, challenges,
standards and solutions (Communications Surveys and Tutorials – 2011)