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WELCOME TO GA#63 ETSI Highlights by Cluster © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

WELCOME TO GA#63 ETSI Highlights by Cluster © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

ETSI CLUSTERS: OUR VISION OF A CONNECTED WORLD by Cluster Highlights 2 © ETSI

ETSI CLUSTERS: OUR VISION OF A CONNECTED WORLD by Cluster Highlights 2 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

ETSI’s Vision of A Connected World ETSI’s cluster concept aims to provide a simplified,

ETSI’s Vision of A Connected World ETSI’s cluster concept aims to provide a simplified, yet comprehensive introduction to our standardization activities. Clusters facilitate access to ETSI’s diverse work enabling the identification of areas of interest based on business relevance or application rather than purely on technical work areas. Each cluster represents a major component of a global ICT architecture and encapsulates the work of a number of TCs and WGs that share a common technological scope and vision. 3 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

CONNECTING THINGS Highlights 4 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

CONNECTING THINGS Highlights 4 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

Connecting Things Highlights Connecting Things M 2 M Release 2 is finished. Transfer of

Connecting Things Highlights Connecting Things M 2 M Release 2 is finished. Transfer of TC M 2 M Specifications to One. M 2 M almost done. TC M 2 M renamed as TC Smart M 2 M (To. Rs updated as well) M 441 (smart metering), Phase 1 completed, and Phase 2 work underway. M 490 (smart grid) extension underway, focusing on interoperability and conformance testing. e. HEALTH work continues on telemedicine solutions whilst strengthening relationships with external fora (Continua Alliance, IHE, COCIR). Smart. BAN has started working on their first release (to be delivered by 2014 Q 4) Workshops: Ø 4 rd very successful M 2 M Workshop took place early November 2013 in Mandelieu, including 13 live demos. 5 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

INTEROPERABILITY Highlights 6 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

INTEROPERABILITY Highlights 6 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

Interoperability Highlights Interoperability 9 Plugtests since last GA Events of special interest • TC

Interoperability Highlights Interoperability 9 Plugtests since last GA Events of special interest • TC ITS Cooperative Mobile Systems, PHY and Network layer • Internet of Things Constrained Application Protocol (Co. AP), M 2 M Demo and OMA Lightweight M 2 M Cloud Interoperability week e. Call Small Cell LTE • • • TC MTS 1 st international User Conference on Advanced Automated testing (UCAAT) TB work on testing and other interop activities • Continued development of testing frameworks and conformance test specifications for • • • 7 3 GPP, TC ITS, TC ESI, TC INT and TC M 2 M. Development of the Test Description Language (TDL) IMS Speech Quality testing Security testing (TC ITS, TC INT, TC MTS) © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

PUBLIC SAFETY Highlights 8 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

PUBLIC SAFETY Highlights 8 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

Public Safety Highlights Public Safety Mandate M/493 “in support of the location enhanced emergency

Public Safety Highlights Public Safety Mandate M/493 “in support of the location enhanced emergency call service” Ø The functional architecture (stage 2) is finalized and submitted to E 2 NA approval Ø Stage 3 (protocols) will start end of March Space mandate M/496 Ø Two STFs running under TC SES Sat. EC on the topics of reference scenarios for emergency satellite-assisted telecommunication services and alert message encapsulation TC TCCE Ø New work on Broadband IP Critical Communications architecture reference model, Critical Communications application mobile to network interface architecture and specification. Mandate M/512 on Reconfigurable Radio System Ø Ongoing work on a feasibility study aiming at identifying all the possible synergies between commercial, public safety and military domains Next generation e. Call Ø The MSG STF will finish a TR end of March on “e. Call for Vo. IP” 9 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

SECURITY Highlights 10 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

SECURITY Highlights 10 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

Security Highlights Security TC CYBER: the creation of a new ETSI TC to work

Security Highlights Security TC CYBER: the creation of a new ETSI TC to work on Cybersecurity was approved by the BOARD#96 to support the need for a single place for Cybersecurity discussions. 28 supporting organisations! First TC CYBER meeting: 27 -28 May 2014 at ETSI premises Progress made in any areas as necessary (ESI, LI/DR, M 2 M, ITS, ISI, Mobile/Wireless, Cloud. . . ) Events: Ø 9 th ETSI Security Workshop 15 -16 Jan. 2014, 125 participants, 7 sessions and an open roundtable, great interest and support towards ETSI TC CYBER, both by ETSI Members and non-ETSI Members! www. etsi. org/securityworkshop Ø ETSI-ISO security collaboration: dedicated session at workshop and co-located meeting to discuss ongoing collaboration/liaisons and discuss next steps/liaisons 11 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

HOME & OFFICE Highlights 12 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

HOME & OFFICE Highlights 12 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

Home & Office Highlights Home & Office Wireless Accesses/Home Control § DECT Ultra Low

Home & Office Highlights Home & Office Wireless Accesses/Home Control § DECT Ultra Low Energy (ULE) phase 2 § Coexistence of VDSL 2 and PLT § Wireless Alarms NGN and Home Networks § DECT ULE Phase 1 and New Generation SUOTA conformance testing § DECT New Generation additional features Security and Home Networks § Security services and mechanisms for customer premises networks connected to TISPAN NGN 13 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

BETTER LIVING WITH ICT Highlights 14 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

BETTER LIVING WITH ICT Highlights 14 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

Better Living with ICT Highlights Better Living Human factors: Ø TC Human Factors (STF

Better Living with ICT Highlights Better Living Human factors: Ø TC Human Factors (STF 416) progressed on M/376 Phase II on European accessibility requirements for public procurement of products and services in the ICT domain. The CEN/CENELEC/ETSI JWG resolved the PE comments and the EN 301 549 and the 3 TRs were published. Speech and Media Quality: Ø TC STQ published on 101 578 Qo. S aspects of TCP-based video services like You. Tube™ Ø TC STQ published EG 202 518 on Acoustic Output of Terminal Equipment; Maximum Levels and Test Ø Ø Ø Methodology for Various Applications TC STQ published ES 202 396 -1 on background noise simulation technique and background noise database TC STQ continues its work on end-to-end transmission planning requirements for real time services in an NGN context TC STQ continues its long term project on perceptually Motivated Parameters for Wideband Superwideband speech terminals Energy Efficiency: Ø Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). In TC EE, joint Work with ITU is currently in progress in order to address the Ø Ø 15 comments received during the EU pilot project on assessment of LCA methodologies. TC EE is working on Safety Extra Low Voltage DC power supply unit for powering any ICT devices equipped with DC input. TC ATTM continues the work on deliverables for global KPIs with regard to energy efficiency in communications network infrastructures and Broadband Deployment and Energy Management. © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

CONTENT DELIVERY Highlights 16 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

CONTENT DELIVERY Highlights 16 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

Content Delivery Highlights Content Delivery New DVB standards like • Extensions to the CI

Content Delivery Highlights Content Delivery New DVB standards like • Extensions to the CI Plus specification (v 1. 4) • Revised DVB Subtitling systems • Revised DVB Allocation of identifiers and codes (DVB-SI Allocation) • Revised DVB Guidelines on implementation and usage of Service Information (SI) New DAB standards like • Revised Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) System Specification The analysis on interoperable CA/DRM (Conditional Access/Digital Rights Management) has restarted following the E 2 NA Chairman proposed reviewed working methods Establishment of a new ISG on Embedded Common Interface for exchangeable CA/DRM solutions (ECI) 17 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

NETWORKS Highlights 18 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

NETWORKS Highlights 18 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

Networks Highlights Fixed Networks ISG NFV • 74 ETSI Members and 110 Participant Members

Networks Highlights Fixed Networks ISG NFV • 74 ETSI Members and 110 Participant Members as of Jan. 2014 • 5 Proof of Concept (Po. C) frameworks agreed and more are expected ISG AFI work transferred to TC NTECH with creation of WG AFI TC CABLE • Work on testing for IPv 6 transition in cable networks started with more than • 20 work items KPIs for energy management in cable access networks TC CLOUD: proposal to close the TB submitted to Board#97 19 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

WIRELESS SYSTEMS Highlights 20 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

WIRELESS SYSTEMS Highlights 20 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

Wireless Systems Highlights Wireless Systems TC MSG published • TR 103 277 Overview of

Wireless Systems Highlights Wireless Systems TC MSG published • TR 103 277 Overview of the technical framework for the separate sale of roaming services in the • European Union TR 103 140 e. Call for Vo. IP is pending publication Maritime Communications (ERM TG 26) • Harmonised Standard for maritime radars for use on non-SOLAS vessels (EN 302 248) and portable • VHF radiotelephone equipment with integrated handheld class D DSC (EN 302 885) published Ongoing Work on personal locating devices. Aeronautics (ERM JTFEA) • Ongoing work on harmonized standards for VDL Mode 2, VDL Mode 4 and A-SMGCS Reconfigurable Radio Systems (TC RRS) • Ongoing work on Licensed Shared Access (LSA) and White Spaces TC SES works on • TS 102 744 Family SL Satellite Radio Interface • Report on LTE operation via Satellite • Harmonized EN for fixed Earth Stations and Earth Stations on Mobile Platforms (ESOMP) • 21 transmitting towards satellites in non-geostationary orbit in the 27, 5 to 30, 0 GHz band STF 472, 473 and 474 (under M 496) on satellite emergency communications and GNSS initiated © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

TRANSPORTATION Highlights 22 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

TRANSPORTATION Highlights 22 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved

Transportation Highlights Transportation System reference documents (SRdoc) related to spectrum usage conditions have been

Transportation Highlights Transportation System reference documents (SRdoc) related to spectrum usage conditions have been finalized • ITS equipment operating in the 5, 855 GHz to 5, 925 GHz range • • (TR 103 083) Short-Range Radar for fixed transport infrastructure operating in the 76 GHz to 77 GHz band (TR 103 148) Helicopter Surveillance Radar operating in the 76 GHz to 79 GHz frequency range (TR 103 137) Crash avoidance • TS 101 539 -3 on Longitudinal Collision Risk Warning published 23 © ETSI 2014. All rights reserved