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  1. Project Overview
  2. SIG Activity 
  3. Proposed Areas of Project Focus 
  4. Community
  5. Mailing List for IVP SIG notifications
  6. Documentation
  7. Meeting minutes recorded sessions & workshops
  8. Downloadable Assets
  9. Presentations
  10. White papers
  11. Resource articles
  12. Links
  13. Contact Leads  
  14. Upcoming Events

Project Overview

Vehicle-related commerce is a growing topic of major interest with drivers, OEMs, Tier 1, payment companies, and merchants alike. Development teams from payment technology service providers, merchants, OEM’s, and Tier 1’s need to engage and collaborate to enable a safe and secure transaction experience for the end customer (the driver). The focus of the IVP SIG will be to provide a foundation of knowledge and access to the established ecosystems of automotive, payments, and retail.

  1. Provide a forum for automotive, payments, and retail to understand and develop requirements to enable commerce in the vehicle in a convenient and safe manner in the vehicle.
  2. Define and establish potential projects that mutually benefit and advance the acceptance of in-vehicle payment applications.
  3. Identify and define projects that would advance the standardization of specifications and requirements for in-vehicle payments for all interested industries.
  4. Facilitate and provide a unified industry representation of automaker needs with payments regulatory bodies.

SIG Activity

  • Jan 8,  2020 - GEVINI - In-Vehicle Payment - Special Interest Group (SIG) Planning Meeting CES
  • May 12,  2020 - GENIVI Virtual Tech Summit
  • May 2020 - October 2020 - Numerous Zoom calls and meetings with leading organizations globally representing the IVP ecosystem.  Discussions were inclusive of the formation and purpose of the IVP SIG, the payment industry needs, and possible collaborative contributions of each SIG participant.  Discussions with a number of organizations also included exploring interests related to EV Charging, standards, and regulations which could lead to individual defined project initiatives. 
  • October 26, 2020 - GENIVI "Virtual Experience" All Member Meeting IVP Recorded Sessions
  • December 2020 - GENIVI IVP and EV Charging Collaboration Workshop (additional details forthcoming shortly)

Proposed Areas of Project Focus

  1. Payments Ecosystem Networking, IVP State of the Union
  2. EV Charging Payments
  3. Data, ID, and Security
    • Device and Systems
    • Cross-functional requirements for data and ID
  4. Regional Issues
    • Europe, PSD2, and SCA
    • US
    • China
    • India

Community

GENIVI IVP SIG is currently seeking participant companies to get involved with developing the specifications and requirements of IVP for the automotive industry. Participants can include but are not limited to:

  • OEMs
  • Tier 1, 2
  • Software Developers
  • Startups
  • Content and Entertainment
  • Merchants / Services
  • Issuing Banks
  • Acquiring Banks
  • Card Brands
  • Payfacs, Processors, and Gateways
  • Fintech Companies
  • Standards Organizations (EMVco, FIDO, PCI Counsel)
  • Compliance and Regulating Bodies

IVP SIG Mailing List Sign Up

To sign up for the IVP mailing list and receive notifications please    CLICK HERE 

Documentation

Meeting minutes recorded sessions & workshops

GENIVI Virtual Technical Summit - May 2020 

- BoF Presentation

Downloadable Assets

Presentations and/or Webinar/Conference Recordings

Birds of a Feather (BoF) - Presentation (May 12, 2020, during GENIVI Virtual Technical Summit)

Car Commerce The road Ahead  with BMW, Mastercard, Postmates, ConnectedTravel & HERE  (October 26, 2020, during GENIVI Virtual Experience Conference)

Vehicle-related commerce is a growing topic of major interest with drivers, OEMs, Tier 1, payment companies, and merchants alike. Development teams from payment technology service providers and merchants need to engage and collaborate with OEM’s and Tier 1’s to enable a safe and secure transaction experience for the end customer (the driver).  During this session,  panelists representing automotive, retail, and payment ecosystems will explore successful strategies for enabling in-vehicle payments, targeted advertising, discounted offers, points of interest, and other convenience features for occupants of connected vehicles.

Fireside Chat on PSD2 with Mastercard, BMW & Connected Travel (October 26, 2020, during GENIVI Virtual Experience Conference)

White papers

White papers go here

Resource articles

Links to relevant information related to IVP goes here

Contact Leads and to Learn More

John Moon -  IVP Special Interest Group Lead    jmoon@connectedtravel.com

Mike Nunnery – (a.k.a. GENIVI Mike) GENIVI Marketing Executive      mikenunnery@comcast.net 

Upcoming Events

Coming Soon - IVP Collaborative Workshops, IVP related webinars, and round tables (virtual)






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