[ipwave] Request for Your Interest on a New BoF as a Follower of IPWAVE WG

"Mr. Jaehoon Paul Jeong" <jaehoon.paul@gmail.com> Thu, 22 September 2022 16:09 UTC

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I want to notify you of the effort of a new BoF to work on
the problems and solutions that are addressed on our IPWAVE Problem
Statement Draft:

I have submitted a BoF request to the IETF on September 8 as follows:

This BoF is called IPv6 Moving Object Networking (ipmon) and
it tries to accommodate more moving objects (e.g., terrestrial vehicles,
aerial vehicles, and marine vehicles) for safe driving with IPv6 wireless

Here is the Charter of IPMON BoF:
IPv6 Moving Object Networking (ipmon)

Charter for Working Group

Moving objects of terrestrial vehicles (e.g., automobiles, motorcycles, and
electric scooters), aircrafts
(e.g., unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) like drones, airplanes, and
helicopters), watercrafts (e.g., boats,
ships, and submarines), and mobile robots for smart buildings are
increasingly connected to the
Internet through various wireless communications.  Comfort-enhancing
entertainment applications,
driving/flying/sailing safety applications using bidirectional data flows,
and connected automated
maneuvering are some of the new features expected in moving objects
(denoted as vehicles in this
charter) to hit the movement spaces (e.g., roadway, street, sky, river, and
sea) from now to year 2022.

Today, there is Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) communications that makes use
of embedded Internet
modules, or an occupant's cellular smartphone in vehicular networks.
Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I)
communications is used for wireless exchange of critical safety and
operational data between
vehicles and infrastructure nodes (e.g., road-side units and edge computing
devices), intended
primarily to avoid vehicle crashes and road hazards.  Similarly,
Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V)
communications is used for short-range communications between vehicles to
exchange vehicle
information such as vehicle speed, heading, braking status, and collision
Also, Vehicle-to-Pedestrian (V2P) communications is used for short-range
communications between
vehicles and pedestrians' mobile devices (e.g., smartphone and smart watch)
to exchange street
context information such as the existence of moving objects (e.g., cars,
trucks, pedestrians, bikes,
motorcycles, and electric scooters) and collision situations.

This group will work on use cases of V2X (e.g., V2V, V2I, and V2P) where
IPv6 is well-suited as a
networking technology and will develop IPv6-based solutions to establish
direct and secure
connectivity among moving objects or among moving objects and stationary
These vehicular networks are characterized by dynamically changing network
topologies and

V2V and V2I communications may involve various kinds of link layers:
802.11-OCB (Outside the
Context of a Basic Service Set), 802.15.4 with 6lowpan, 802.11ad, VLC
(Visible Light
Communications), IrDA, LTE-D, LP-WAN, UWB, and 5G V2X.  One of the most
used link layers
for vehicular networks is IEEE 802.11-OCB, as a basis for Dedicated
short-range communications
(DSRC). Several of these link-layers already provide support for IPv6. IPv6
on 802.11-OCB has
been fully defined by IPWAVE WG since 2019. However, IPv6 on 5G V2X needs
to be fully
defined by this working group. Some aspects of the IPv6 over 5G V2X have
been already
defined at 3GPP specification and the specification produced by this
working group is expected
to be compatible with these aspects.

This group's primary deliverable (and the only Standards track item) will
be a document that will
specify the mechanisms for transmission of IPv6 datagrams over 3GPP 5G V2X.
Once this
document is completed, it will also be reviewed by the 6man working group.
Along with this work,
the following key technologies, which are identified by IPWAVE WG's problem
statement and
use cases document, need to be standardized for moving objects as follows.

Program of Work

The IPMON working group's deliverables include:

1. Basic Support for IPv6 over 5G V2X
2. Vehicular Neighbor Discovery
3. Vehicular Mobility Management
4. Vehicular Security and Privacy
5. Context-Aware Navigation Protocol for Physical Collision Avoidance in
Vehicular Networks
6. Service Discovery for Moving Objects
7. DNS Naming for Moving Objects

My SKKU team is working for IETF-115 Hackathon Project
for "Basic Support for IPv6 over 5G V2X" and "Context-Aware Navigation
for drones in London.

Let's gather NEW ENERGY for this new BoF.

If you have interest and support in this new BoF, please let us know.


Best Regards,
Mr. Jaehoon (Paul) Jeong, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department Head
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Sungkyunkwan University
Office: +82-31-299-4957
Email: pauljeong@skku.edu, jaehoon.paul@gmail.com
Personal Homepage: http://iotlab.skku.edu/people-jaehoon-jeong.php