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While the automotive world is full of standards, there are not a lot of useful standards for an I(o)T world. Useful here means - Standardize on semantics, not technology only - Usable across vendors, by anyone (car manufacturers, suppiers, aftermarket, third parties) - Building on, or interacting with, common IT technologies One of the more useful approaches in this context is the Genivi Vehicle signal specification (VSS) (https://github.</description>