HTML5 and The OpenWeb Platform forAutomotiveDr. Philipp Hoschka [email protected] W3C Deputy DirectorThis project is funded by the European Union through theSeventh Framework Programme (FP7/2010-2012) undergrant Webinos
W3C Mission: Leading the Web to its Full PotentialDirected by Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee since 199420 years track record of successStandards: HTML5, Web APIs, XML, Web Services, RDF,VoiceXML, .Consortium with 380 membersInternational organization (Europe, US, Japan, China)
W3C Value Proposition “One Web”: Desktop, Mobile, TV,Automotive, Neutral forum for collaboration acrossindustries, ecosystems and communities Royalty-free patent policy Active, expert staff participating in work 380 members: Broad industry and academicparticipation
Business Case for HTML5 HTML5: From Web Pages to Web Applications Overcome Fragmentation Cross OS: No native code for differentappstores, platforms, Cross device: Financial Times HTML5 only,dropped iphone app More developers, less costly to develop
The Open Web Platform
Why Automotive in W3C? Whole Web ecosystem represented IT (Adobe, Apple, Gemalto, Google, HP, IBM, Microsoft,Mozilla, IBM, )Mobile (ATT, Vodafone, Orange, KDDI, )TV (BBC, Bloomberg, NBC, Netflix, SkyTV, ) Mobile, TV, history of ecosystem-only standardeffort failures outside W3CWeb developers watch W3CRoyalty-free standards
Automotive and W3C:HistoryStarted with Webinos ProjectPresentation to Genivi General Assembly – Paris, April2012Held Workshop in Rome on November 2012 to hear fromIndustryLaunched W3C Automotive & Web Platform BusinessGroup in February 2013Genivi joined W3CFirst meeting hosted by Genivi in Barcelona – April 2013Second meeting hosted by Automotive Linux Summit inTokyo – May 2013
W3C Automotive and WebBusiness Group Chairs Adam Abramski (Intel) Andy Gryc (QNX) 86 individuals39 companies7th largest group out of 129 W3C business andcommunity groups
Group Work Items Develop Vehicle API spec until end of 2013Maintain repository of ongoing W3C work relevant to Automotive (16) Offline Applications, Authentication, Web Application Security, Contacts, Messaging, Telephony, Speech Multimedia, Navigation, Notifications, Flow Control Emerging topics IVI/Phone Interface (Booths: Ixonos, Obigo, )NavigationApplication Security and SafetyVoice Recognition, Speech, Text to Speech,
Vehicle API Spec Existing specs considered Tizen/IntelQNXWebinosVehicle data GENIVIVehicle type, fuel type, speedometer, 250 data points (Genivi)What vehicle data that should be exposed in this first version of the draftspec?What about reading (get) vs writing (set) vehicle data?
Automotive W3C StandardRoadmap Business Group No standardsReport on Vehicle API specificationReports on other topics: Gap analysis, Non W3C members can join for small feeWorking Group Does actual standards (HTML5 etc.)Participation requires full W3C membership
Summary Web technology is strategic for Automotive W3C automotive activity has just started Vehicle API focus (Target Dec 2013) Upcoming: Vehicle/Mobile Interface,Navigation, Speech, Early days - Great time to get involved!
HTML5 RoadmapSpecificationFPWDLCCRPRRecHTML5N/A2011 Q22012 Q42014 Q42014 Q4HTML 5.12012 Q42014 Q32015 Q12016 Q42016 Q4First Public Working Draft Last Call Working Draft Candidate Recommendation Proposed Recommendation Recommendation
Other Relevant Work W3C Runtime and Security Model for Web Apps http://www.w3.org/TR/2013/WD-runtime20130321/W3C Geolocation API 10/Web Speech API 5326/speechapi.html
Charter Goals Create specs, starting with Vehicle Data Create conformance tests to cover new specs Provide use cases and other reports to identifyadd’l needed standards work & to drivesuccessful automotive web deployments Reference tive-and-web-platformbusiness-group-charter
Web Platform for Automotive Dr. Philipp Hoschka [email protected] W3C Deputy Director . Mobile (ATT, Vodafone, Orange, KDDI, . Second meeting hosted by Automotive Linux Summit in Tokyo - May 2013 . W3C Automotive and Web Business Group .