I was invited to a webinar that Newcastle University hosted in conjunction with The Alan Turing Institute in London. We covered many topics related to ISO 15118 and its development, including:
Update to the video: On the presentation slides, TLS (Transport Layer Security) was mistakenly located on the ISO/OSI layer 4 (transport layer), although it should have been placed on the session layer above (layer 5).
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