MTAM member, Mobile Comply, To Unveil The Connected Vehicle Professional™ Credentialing Program In Detroit At SAE World Congress 2015

Mobile Comply, The Connected Vehicle Trade Association (CVTA), and The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International will unveil their jointly developed, vendor-neutral training and credentialing program in connected vehicle technology, The Connected Vehicle Professional™ (CVP) Credentialing Program this year at SAE World Congress. The program helps professionals build a valuable skill set and increase credibility by signifying that an individual has the requisite foundational understanding necessary to perform tasks involving connected vehicle and intelligent transportation best practices, in-vehicle safety, infrastructure, communication protocols, security and more. 

There is an unfilled need for skilled workers across the country.  Currently, more than 80,000 skilled and technical jobs are unfilled in Michigan.  Additionally, an estimated 500,000 new jobs will be created within the connected vehicle industry by 2020, with an almost sevenfold increase in the number of new vehicles equipped with factory-fitted mobile connectivity over the next five years.  To meet this demand, professionals will need the proper education, training and credentialing within the connected vehicle space. 

“With the potential for hundreds of thousands of jobs in the connected vehicle space in the next few years, and the growing participation of non-typical automotive industries such as insurance, IT, analytics and telecommunications, it has become imperative to have a common frame of understanding, and a mechanism to establish competency in this field” said Elaina Farnsworth, CEO of Mobile Comply. 

“Credentials are one important and universally recognized way to do this.  With the structured and scalable training Mobile Comply can provide, the knowledge CVTA can impart, and the adjudication of that learning independently by SAE International, we have a robust, consistent and multi-sector learning environment that is crucial for professionals entering into and working in this space,” Farnsworth added. 

The CVP™ Credentialing Program’s blended learning approach incorporates instructor led lectures, online activities, videos, and other interactive elements to provide the experienced professional with the necessary understanding of Vehicle-to-Vehicle, Vehicle-to-Infrastructure, and Vehicle-to-X connectivity inclusive to the rapidly advancing field of connected vehicles.  Those who successfully complete the end-of-course learning assessments are awarded the SAE International/CVTA Certificate of Competency. 

The series consists of three courses:

  • CVP I – Function, Protocols, and Architecture
  • CVP II – Standards, Organizations, Programs, V2X
  • CVP III – Data, Markets, Policy and Regulations 

Mobile Comply, a Michigan based, internationally recognized, mobility training firm, is staffed with industry leading subject matter experts specializing in hands-on mobility training, implementation, and development. Mobile Comply provides companies with the tools and education necessary to make business processes more efficient and effective. 

SAE International is a global association of more than 138,000 engineers and related technical experts in the aerospace, automotive and commercial-vehicle industries.  SAE International’s core competencies are life-long learning and voluntary consensus standards development. 

The Connected Vehicle Trade Association is a non-profit business league established to facilitate the interaction, and advance the interests of the entities involved in the vehicle communication environment. The Connected Vehicle Trade Association enables the collaboration of companies, organizations, and governmental bodies engaged in developing bidirectional vehicle communications.

Register HERE for the Connected Vehicle Professional™ Credentialing Program at SAE World Congress

For more course dates for this spring and summer visit or for more information contact: or call: (866) 379- 2472. 

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About MTAM

MTAM is a non-profit trade association for Michigan’s mobile / wireless (connected) technologies industry and businesses in all industries utilizing those technologies. We are the first state-based mobile/wireless industry trade association in the U.S., and our mission is: • to facilitate conversation/collaboration between varied sectors of the mobile/wireless eco-system; serve as the bridge to enable diverse organizations to understand each other’s perspectives and needs in order to drive new innovation and opportunities involving these technologies; • to increase the use of, and demand for, Michigan-based mobile/wireless technology products and services in-state, nationally and globally; • to increase the productivity and profitability of every industry vertical in Michigan via the use of these technologies; • to create sustainable jobs and increased entrepreneurial opportunities in the state based on the use of these technologies, thereby achieving substantial growth of Michigan’s economy; • and to help the communities we serve via the use of these technologies. We are also the statewide producer of Mobile Monday Michigan – a mobile / wireless industry networking and education organization which is a branch of the international Mobile Monday organization based in Finland. Here in Michigan we currently have 4 chapters (Detroit, Ann Arbor, Lansing and Grand Rapids) with over 3000+ members statewide.
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