WG 6 – Standardisation, norms, certification and type approval

Working Group 6 is a multi-interest group focused on consensus-based initiation, coordination and implementation of standardization, norms, certification and type approval needs for the “future of mobility”. It defines the strategic positioning of the platform on this topic, commissions and develops a “standardization roadmap” as a national strategy, position and tool.

Further focus areas include coordinating and strategically guiding necessary international consensus processes and integrating political support.

Structure and operation

Working group 6 establishes a committee of experts to further develop a “Future of Mobility” standardization roadmap, which addresses and structures relevant issues. The standardization roadmap serves to control the operative standardization, norms, certification and type approval activities carried out by the established organisations and bodies. Standardization processes and extensions or adaptations of existing standards are developed in close cooperation with the standards committees DKE and DIN. WG 6 monitors the results of this work and acts as a high-level body for support and political flanking.

The overarching objective is also to develop recommendations for action to achieve the climate and energy policy goals of the Federal Government in 2030 and 2050.

Zeitplan

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Head of Working Group

Roland Bent

DKE Deutsche Kommission Elektrotechnik Elektronik Informationstechnik in DIN und VDE
Head of the WG 6

N. N.

Audi AG
Deputy Head of the WG 6

Thomas Volk

Stromnetz Hamburg GmbH
Deputy Head of the WG 6

Günther Fischhaber

Audi AG
Managing Director of the WG 6

Dr.-Ing. Ralf Petri

DKE Deutsche Kommission Elektrotechnik Elektronik Informationstechnik in DIN und VDE
Head of the Office of the Chair

Members

Oliver Bahns

T-Systems International GmbH

Dr. - Ing. Thomas Becks

VDE Verband der Elektrotechnik Elektronik Informationstechnik e.V.

Volker Blandow

TÜV SÜD AG

Dr. Katharina Eylers

Bitkom – Bundesverband Informationswirtschaft,Telekommunikation und neue Medien e.V.

Jann Fehlauer

DEKRA Automobil GmbH

Egbert Fritzsche

VDA NAAutomobil

Thomas Hering

ABB Automation Products GmbH

Haimo Huhle

ZVEI – Zentralverband Elektrotechnik- und Elektronikindustrie e.V.

Volker Lazzaro

MENNEKES Elektrotechnik GmbH & Co. KG

Rüdiger Marquardt

DIN

Dr. Gregor Nitz

BMW AG

Tim Salatzki

DIN Verbraucherrat

Martin Schmitz

Verband Deutscher Verkehrsunternehmen e. V. 

Michael Teigeler

DKE

Christof Walter

SAP SE

Dr. Thomas Zenner

Ford-Werke GmbH

Reports of Working Group 6 “Standardisation, norms, certification and type approval” (in german language)

2. June 2020

Handlungsempfehlungen zur Typgenehmigung und Zertifizierung für eine vernetzte und automatisierte Mobilität

The White Paper depicts the status quo of the processes for certification and type approval of vehicles in the context of a co-operative, connected and partially automated mobility system. It further defines recommendations for action and requirements. The main focus of the review lies in certification processes for automated modes of road transport as well as the requirements for a communication and transport infrastructure.

2. June 2020

Schwerpunkt-Roadmap Automatisiertes und vernetztes Fahren

The focus roadmap “Automated and connected driving” provides a strategic framework for the needs-based advancement of standardisation activities in the area of automated and connected driving. It also gives an overview of existing standardisation bodies and forthcoming standardisation projects.

21. April 2020

Schwerpunkt-Roadmap Intelligentes Lastmanagement

The power grid needs to be adapted to account for an increased uptake of electromobility as well an increasing demand due to the charging requirements of electric vehicles. In its roadmap “Intelligent Load Management” WG 6 shows how grid overload can be prevented through management and power distribution, and which standards are necessary for a nationwide and universal implementation.

5. November 2019

Aktuelle Entwicklungen und Herausforderungen zur Zukunft der Mobilität

Emissions from transport can be reduced by using sustainable sources of energy. New forms of mobility enable new business models. As a result of reduced and optimised traffic, urban and rural housing and living spaces can be redesigned and improved for the needs of the elderly. All of this requires a technical framework. For its White Paper, WG 6 identified six strategic topics within the broader area of the future of mobility which were outlined in the context of standardisation, certification and type approval: trends in mobility, operating energy, power grid, connectivity, data and life cycle.

External Documents (in german language)