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Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC-16 Opening Plenary Summary Report Jim MacFie, Chair Ed Juskevicius, Rapporteur Document No: GSC16-CL-02.

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1 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC-16 Opening Plenary Summary Report Jim MacFie, Chair Ed Juskevicius, Rapporteur Document No: GSC16-CL-02 Source: GSC-16 Chair, GSC-16 Rapporteur Contact: Jim MacFie, GSC Session: Closing Plenary Agenda Item: 2.1

2 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-CL-02 2 Meeting Overview (1) 97 participants –Representation by all GSC Members plus several Observer organizations 94 contributions 13 High Interest Subject (HIS) panels 2 Plenary Task Force reports Several contributions for Information Additional details are being compiled for publication in GSC16-CL-02r1

3 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-CL-02 3 Meeting Overview (2) High Interest Subjects (Panel Sessions): –Continuing cooperation on IMT standardization (ARIB) –Emergency communications (TIA) –Security and lawful interception (TIA) –Identity management and identification systems (ITU) –IPTV (ATIS) –Intelligent transportation systems (TIA) –ICT and the environment (TTC) –Interoperability (TTC) –Machine to machine communications (ETSI) –Smart Grid (TIA) –Cloud Services (ATIS) –ICT Accessibility (TIA) –Wireless Mobile Charging (TTA)

4 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-CL-02 Presentations were provided by ARIB, ATIS, CCSA, IEEE, ISACC, TIA and TTA on the basis of their contributions: –GSC16-PLEN-16 (TIA), 26r2 (ARIB), 29 (TTA), 46 (IEEE), 52 (ISACC), 70r1 (CCSA) Summary –PSOs updated their national and regional activities on IMT standardization. –The importance of cooperation on IMT standardization was emphasized in their contributions. –Updates to the GSC-15 Resolution on IMT Standardization were recommended in order to include the current activities of ITU-R WP5D, 3GPP and other PSOs and to retain as the High Interest Subject for the GSC-17 meeting. Resolution –A drafting group was charged with updating the Resolution GSC-15/01 on “Continuing Cooperation on IMT Standardization”. 4 Continuing Cooperation on IMT Standardization” Continuing Cooperation on IMT Standardization” (Agenda Item 6.1)

5 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-CL-02 5 IPTV – Summary (Agenda Item 6.5) Contributions from ATIS (-68), ETSI (-09) and TTC (-21r1) –Highlights IPTV service is spreading in many regions of the world and is progressing from IP multicast and VoD to new capabilities like multiscreen, mobile and digital signage CDNs and delivery of Internet-sourced content are significant focus areas Challenges include the changing business market from broadcast to Internet/IPTV IPTV QoS requirements across range of multimedia applications and devices Increased collaboration between IPTV and outside-the-home multimedia applications PSOs are developing standards, technical reports and interoperability events –Next Steps Integration of Over the Top and unmanaged services into IPTV architecture Extension to new media formats (e.g., adaptive streaming and HTML5) Specialized needs for emergency alert, fast channel change, IPv6, 3DTV and gaming Completion of CDN infrastructure and interconnected CDN architectures Continued cooperation with ITU-T, DVB, Broadband Forum and other relevant SDOs Greater emphasis on development of test cases, conformity and interoperability testing Recommendation –Retain HIS for GSC-17 –Proposed Revisions to Resolution GSC-15/06 on IPTV Standards

6 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-CL-02 6 HIS: Intelligent Transport Systems (TIA) (Agenda Item 6.6) Contributions: 25 (ARIB), 76 (ETSI), 59 (ITU), 81 (TIA) Summary –Major activity in ITS standards in Europe, Japan, and the U.S. Unreported activity in China and Korea –International ITS standards leadership from ITU –All PSOs are encouraged to solicit participation from their countries in the Fully Networked Car Workshop in Geneva March 7-8, 2012 at the time of the Geneva Motorshow Resolution –Modified for the proposed Cooperation on ITS Communications Standards

7 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-CL-02 7 Interoperability (TTC) (Agenda Item 6.8) Presentations –GSC16-PLEN-12(ETSI), 20(TTC), 43(TIA), 88(ATIS) Summary –ETSI presented their activities and challenges on ETSI Interoperability testing including Plugtests™, TTCN-3 test tool, ETSI Conformance Test Specifications and new Model Based Testing. –TTC presented their activities on NGN interoperability in ITU-T SG11. And TTC proposed reaffirmation of the Resolution interoperability. –TIA presented their close collaborative work on interoperability with 3GPP, 3GPP2, WiMAX Forum, Femto Forum and Broadband Forum. –ATIS presented their activities of NGIIF, NG-CI Task Force and their development of ATIS technical standards. And ATIS proposed to support existing Resolution with no change. Resolution –The importance of interoperability was emphasized in those contributions and recognized among PSOs. –The meeting agreed to support reaffirmation and support existing resolution interoperability without modifications. –And PPSO should facilitate the communication and discussion among SDOs and make effort to achieve interoperability.

8 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-CL-02 HIS M2M Comm – Summary (1) Contributions GSC16-PLEN-13 by ETSI,ETSI Standardization Activities on M2M communications GSC16-PLEN-19 by TTC,SDOs' Coordination for the Inter-Industry Innovation GSC16-PLEN-32 by TTA,M2M Standardization Status in Korea GSC16-PLEN-40 by IEEE, (as a guest), M2M Standards Activity at IEEE-SA, not presented GSC16-PLEN-41 by TIA,TIA M2M Standards Update: TR-50 Smart Device Communications GSC16-PLEN-73 by CCSA,Consolidated M2M standards boost the industry GSC16-PLEN-82 by ATIS,ATIS' Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Activity GSC16-PLEN-90 by ITU,The Internet of Things (IoT) aka Machine 2 Machine (M2M) GSC16-PLEN-13 GSC16-PLEN-19 GSC16-PLEN-32 GSC16-PLEN-40 GSC16-PLEN-41 GSC16-PLEN-73 GSC16-PLEN-82 GSC16-PLEN-90 Highlights of current activities –ETSI TC M2M developing standards to support an M2M architecture and a set of capabilities for M2M services, Release 1 set of specifications approval in 11/2011, contributing to EC mandates Smart Metering/Grid, TC ERM works on support of additional spectrum designations for key M2M market segments –Inter-Industry Innovation Center (I3C) of TTC coordinates interaction for new business –Following the M2M policy in Korea (M2M basic plan, Future ICT Service Strategy) TTA established the TTA M2M (PG708) –TIA TR-50 will publish a set of SDC standards in December 2011, TR-45 will publish standard on M2M numbering and addressing for CDMA networks in 4Q2011 –CCSA TC10 published a family of M2M standards, CCSA standards collaboration with international SDOs and national industry associations –ITU-T approved JCA-IoT in February 2011 (continuation of JCA-NID since 2006), which provide IoT coordination and maintains a IoT standards roadmap; The ITU Global Standards Initiative on IoT was established to act as an umbrella organization to develop and harmonize various IoT standardization approaches worldwide. 8

9 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-CL-02 HIS M2M Comm. – Summary (2) Highlights of current activities (cont.) –ATIS created M2M Focus Group currently assessing use case analysis for M2M, Smart Grid, eHealth and Connected Vehicle for the purpose of revealing the commonalities relative to specifications and requirements that the use cases suggest. Included is the effort to seek an and architectural definition for an M2M Service Platform Next steps / Actions –ETSI will attract further liaisons, co-operations and involve more stakeholders, start work on M2M Release 2 –TTC focuses on SDO’s coordination among Verticals and ICT community, TTC and ARIB collaboration on this matter has started –TTA PG708 started 13 Work Items for M2M and consolidation activities for global M2M standardization –TIA will continue work on “Convergence Layer”, M2M Communication Systems Requirements and use cases for CDMA2000 Networks, harmonize with other standard entities –CCSA engages in consolidation of international M2M standardization and involvement of Vertical Industries –ATIS will continue interaction and collaboration with Verticals, coordinate M2M activities with other SDOs and organizations, proceed use case assessment for sifting out service layer commonalities across different verticals –ITU-T invites contributions to the IoT-GSI to provide global IoT standards. Also fosters coordination and encourages participation in JCA-IoT discussions, especially by stakeholders who are not traditional ITU members Recommendations –Update the existing Resolution GSC-15/30 Drafting group will meet to update the resolution (contributions by ETSI, ISACC, ATIS, TIA) –Retain HIS for GSC-17 9

10 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-CL-02 Cloud HIS Summary The market is demanding cloud services, but inconsistencies in approach and environment are a barrier to adoption Work with demand-side to develop commercial priorities such as CDN-I and Telepresence Work with supply side for solution certification –Interoperability, Security and Privacy, Data Structures The World is Flat: Global, Regional, and National organizations contribute value –A person with an idea in Halifax can have a global impact! –It’s not just telecom. Close collaboration with IT is required. A lightweight framework of standards (e.g., Terms & Definitions, Architecture) is needed to organize and streamline these contributions. –This enables the comparison services from different suppliers –This provides structure in commercial contracts (e.g. SLAs) There are overlaps of standardization activities among the SDOs and Consortia. –How do we get less people working on the infrastructure and more people working on services? 10

11 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-CL ICT Accessibility Summary Contributions: ETSI(15), ISACC(03,56, 57r2), ATIS(67), CCSA(74), TIA(89) Highlights –Accessibility is becoming a market driven necessity –Regulatory actions demand and require accessibility to be taken into account. –Work underway to bridge the gap between today’s wireless TTY-based emergency communications and the IMS-based non-audio emergency services of tomorrow –ICT accessibility is currently under-represented in the mainstream of ICT standardization –Challenges are organizational rather than technical in nature –Steadily the landscape will change for devices and services toward greater accessibility Next Steps –Move accessibility from “social good” to business practice, and access for all –Encourage a coordinated approach to ICT Accessibility standardization –Continued dialogue to identify standards to pursue would be very useful –Continue to cooperate with social welfare organizations, corporations, government and non-government organizations and international companies to exchange ideas and experience, and research and develop more information accessibility standards Recommendations –Revise Resolution 15/27

12 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-CL Task Force Opening Plenary Reports ITS MSTF

13 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-CL Proposals for Resolutions Proposals for Resolutions (revisited at Closing Plenary) New (1): –Resolution GSC-16/34: (Plenary) Wireless Charging System (WCS) Reaffirmed: Revised: Withdrawn (1): –Resolution GSC-15/09: (Plenary) ICT Management and Operations (M&O)

14 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-CL Any Other Business None

15 Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-CL Summary Most HIS areas progressed since GSC-15 Substantial increase in activity and interest on M2M Communications, Smart Grid, ICT and the Environment, ICT Accessibility, Cloud Services The HIS panels (with PPSOs leading the discussions and controlling time) were effective The participants were commended for their commitment to work on global standards The final agenda for the meeting, including all associated documents, is contained in GSC16-PLEN-01r11


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