AutoMat’s vehicle big data model “Common Vehicle Information Model” (CVIM) has been presented successfully on the Intelligent Vehicle Symposium 2017 (IV2017), which took place from 11. to 14.06.2017 in Los Angeles. Over 400 people from industry (mostly car manufacturers and suppliers) and universities as well as research institutes visited and participated in the conference.
TU Dortmund (TUDO) represented the AutoMat project in an interactive session. Here, the paper “Novel Common Vehicle Information Model (CVIM) for Future Automotive Vehicle Big Data Marketplaces”, which resulted from a collaboration between TUDO, VW and Atos, was presented in a short demonstration and afterwards discussed in an open discussion with the support of a poster. The feedback was positive and many people were interested in the idea of an open access Vehicle Big Data Marketplace.