[Hipsec] hotRFC and side meeting - Trustworthy Multipurpose RemoteID

Robert Moskowitz <rgm@htt-consult.com> Wed, 03 July 2019 21:35 UTC

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Subject: [Hipsec] hotRFC and side meeting - Trustworthy Multipurpose RemoteID
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Hello all,

I thank all that have been working away on the last few items while I 
have been struggling along.

Recently, I met Stuart Card and Adam Wiethuechter of Axenterprize. They 
have in a number of gov projects where they have deployed HIP based 
solutions.  All quietly on their own.

They have recently reached out to me to assist them on the work to 
provide Trustworthy RemoteID for Unmanned aircraft using HITs and HIP 
where appropriate.

I have scheduled a hotRFC 4 minute talk Sunday evening where Stu and I 
will present the challenge and value of HIP and HITs for UAS RemoteID.  
Then we will have a side meeting Monday during PM3 slot to go further 
into what we envision for this project.

https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/105/materials/agenda-105-hotrfc-00
https://trac.ietf.org/trac/ietf/meeting/wiki/105sidemeetings

Such items as:

Hierarchical HITs
Hierarchical HIT registrars and a HIT registry process
HIT-based information retrieval (like GPS and UAS owner)

I have drafts already describing some of this

HIP as an OAUTH method

And a few other pieces.

Stu and I may be posting more here prior to IETF.


Take care