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Welcome to the July 2021 issue of VTS Mobile World – your IEEE Vehicular Technology Society newsletter.

This issue highlights some of the great recent work accomplished by VTS volunteers, our international colleagues, and collaborative partners who have pushed forward and upward, despite the many hardships we continue to endure during the pandemic.

VTC2021-Spring General Co-chair Jyri Hämäläinen recaps details of the event, held in April of this year. We also have IEEE VTM Senior Editor on Standards Edward Au report—as part of his role as IEEE TAB Committee on Standards Vice Chair—on new standards initiatives in automated vehicles.

Excerpts from the Mobile Radio column in the June 2021 issue of IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine, and from recently published papers in the IEEE Open Journal of Vehicular Technology and IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine, round out this edition.

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Recap: IEEE VTC2021-Spring
Jyri Hämäläinen, VTC2021-Spring General Co-chair

The pandemic has not slowed the strong Vehicular Technology Conference tradition. Considerable interest in this world-class event series continues. 

The virtually-held VTC2021-Spring, which took place 25 – 28 April 2021, was a success with over 450 accepted papers and a wide range of related workshops and keynotes. Read more...

On Automated Vehicles
Edward Au, Vice Chair, IEEE TAB Committee on Standards

The IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) Standards Board has recently approved the formation of four new projects, which were proposed by the Automated Vehicles Working Group of the IEEE Consumer Technology Society Standards Committee. Read more...

Mobile Radio
The 5G Ecosystem Forges Ahead
Claudio Casetti

As the world’s economy struggles in the tight grip of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 5G ecosystem is forging ahead with standardization and the development of new products, steady in its commitment to provide ever-improving cellular connectivity and innovative services for business and everyday activities.

Plus, Verizon, Ericsson, and Qualcomm Technologies demonstrate 5G peak speed of 5 Gb/s. Read more...

From the IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine
Knowledge in Vehicular Networking
Duncan Deveaux, Takamasa Higuchi, Seyhan Uçar, Jérôme Härri, and Onur Altintas

This article investigates the meaning and scope of knowledge as applied to vehicular networks, and defines a structure for vehicular knowledge description, storage, and sharing. Through the example of passenger-comfort-based automated driving, we expose the potential benefits of such knowledge structuring for network load and delay. Read more...

From the IEEE Open Journal of Vehicular Technology
Eavesdropping Attacks and Countermeasures
Abderrahmane Mayouche, Wallace Martins, Christos Tsinos, Symeon Chatzinotas, and Bjorn Ottersten

In this work, the authors consider secure communications in wireless multi-user (MU) multiple-input single-output (MISO) systems with channel coding in the presence of a multi-antenna eavesdropper (Eve), who is a legit user trying to eavesdrop on other users. Read more...

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