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ETSIs Collaboration with Academia and Research communities RFID and Telecommunication Services WORKSHOP 25 May 2004, ETSI, Sophia Antipolis Livia Rosu.

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1 ETSIs Collaboration with Academia and Research communities RFID and Telecommunication Services WORKSHOP 25 May 2004, ETSI, Sophia Antipolis Livia Rosu Lunguran Internet Business Development & External Relations, ETSI

2 ETSI has established a wide spectrum of Co-operation Agreements Numerous agreements with global and regional standards bodies, fora, research projects, etc., etc. See the ETSI web site for the latest list and summaries of current agreements

3 ETSI fosters close collaboration with the research & education communities WHEREAS: Globalisation confronts development research and education with new challenges, reflected at a later stage in standardization initiatives ETSI recognizes: The enthusiasm of the research and education looking towards the future and identifying new work The role of research in developing future ICT standards The need to strategically co-ordinate and integrate common areas of interest by means of joint projects The importance of expertise sharing

4 RFID and Telecommunication Services DO: Combine the benefits of the silicon chip and radio frequencies to provide increased levels of product and asset visibility across the supply chain Offer companies compelling opportunities to improve their business processes Target a wide spectrum of industrial, academic and institutional players active in the RFID technology and/or applications-related research and innovation WILL DO: Allow technology companies to commit themselves to the rapid development and adoption of worldwide global standards Allow companies to securely and confidently implement RFID technology

5 Why Today? Why at ETSI? Why together? To match: the exciting potential of innovative research with the need for standardisation and interoperability of products and services To bring together: the broad ETSI membership, which consists of today's innovators and the academic research community, the thought leaders of the future To ensure: the regulated and synchronized impact of the technology on the industry groups markets worldwide deployment of interoperable solutions quality of standards


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