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1 TECHNICAL ORGANIZATION Organizing the work ETSI Seminar © ETSI 2012. All rights reserved

2 2 Technical Organization, Technical Bodies The ETSI Technical Organization comprises three types of Technical Body (TB): Technical Committee (TC) ETSI Project (EP) Market sector and timeframe oriented ETSI Partnership Project (EPP) Market sector and timeframe oriented In co-operation with external bodies A Technical Body may establish Working Groups (WG), if required

3 ETSIs Technical Committees Access, Terminals, Transmission & Multiplexing (ATTM) Aeronautical (AERO) Broadband Radio Access Networks (BRAN) Broadcast Joint committee with European Broadcasting Union and CENELEC Cloud Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication (DECT) ETSI Project eHealth Electromagnetic Compatibility & Radio Spectrum (ERM) Electronic Signatures & Infrastructures (ESI) Environmental Engineering (EE) Human Factors (HF) IMS Network Testing (INT) Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Lawful Interception (LI) Continued… 3

4 ETSIs Technical Committees Continued… Machine to Machine (M2M) Methods for Testing & Specification (MTS) Mobile Standards Group (MSG) Multimedia Content Distribution (MCD) Powerline Telecommunications (PLT) Railway Telecommunications (RT) Reconfigurable Radio Systems (RRS) Safety Satellite Earth Stations & Systems (SES) Smart Card Platform (SCP) Speech Processing, Transmission & Quality (STQ) Telecoms & Internet converged Services & Protocols for Advanced Networks (TISPAN) Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) 4

5 Industry Specification Group (ISG) A special type of ETSI committee, focused activity, designed for quick establishment Decides its own work programme, approves its own deliverables ISGs produce ETSI Group Specifications (GS) only All ISGs use ETSI IPR policy Well-established IPR policy, save time and legal fees compared with setting up a forum. Each ISG has its own membership Non-Members of ETSI can participate, under conditions Each ISG can have its own budget Decided and paid for by its members, invoiced to them by ETSI Usually not required Each ISG can set its own working procedures Based on ETSI Technical Working Procedures Each ISG can have its own voting system Recommended to use ETSI weighted voting, or 1 member 1 vote © ETSI 2011 5

6 ISG: other characteristics Fast and easy to set up Minimum 4 ETSI members necessary, approved by Director General ETSI Secretariat will provide basic support free of charge Participation is governed by a Industry Specification Group Agreement Sets out the operation rules, budget mechanism, voting rules etc. All ETSI members can access all ISG documents All ETSI members can participate, if they sign the ISG agreement Also applicant members Includes agreeing to contribute to the budget according to this agreement Access to mailing lists, etc. Non-members of ETSI can participate Must sign a Participation agreement including adherence to IPR policy, pay a fee (per meeting) Non-members of ETSI have no voting rights Access to mailing lists, meeting documents, contribution rights © ETSI 2011 6

7 Limitations on an ISG I SGs only produce ETSI Group Specifications (GS) Specifically identified as coming from an ISG ISGs cannot handle activities Mandated by EC/EFTA ISGs should not handle the following: health, safety, environment, public interest and the basic legal/economic interests of consumer related issues © ETSI 2010 7

8 ETSIs Industry Specification Groups Autonomic network engineering for the self-managing Future Internet (AFI) Identity and access management for Networks and Services (INS) Information Security Indicators (ISI) Localisation Industry Standards (LIS) Measurement Ontology for IP traffic (MOI) Operational energy Efficiency for Users(OEU) Open Radio equipment Interface (ORI) Open Smart Grid (OSG) Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) Surface Mount Technique (SMT) 8

9 9 ETSI definitions ETSI work item A description of a standardization task approved by a Technical Body according to the procedures […] and adopted by the ETSI members ETSI deliverable A document […] produced as the result of an ETSI work item - TWP Annex A

10 10 Consensus "General agreement, characterized by the absence of sustained opposition to substantial issues by any important part of the concerned interests and by a process that involves seeking to take into account the views of all parties concerned and to reconcile any conflicting arguments. Note : Consensus need not imply unanimity." Definitions ISO Guide 2 definition

11 The ETSI standards process 11 Work Item introduced Approval of draft by technical committee Publication IMMEDIATE If Technical Specification or Technical Report DraftingApproval 6 – 12 MONTHS If European Standard NSO Enquiry and Vote 90 DAYS If ETSI Standard or ETSI Guide ETSI Member vote Drafting in technical committee, working group or Specialist Task Force

12 Choice of deliverable type (1) Specifications and standards (normative) TS - ETSI Technical Specification Short time to market May be converted later to ES or EN ES - ETSI Standard Preferable/necessary that whole ETSI membership approves EN - European Standard (telecommunications series) Formal output for standardization at European level Specific to Europe & needs transposition into national standards or subject of an EC/EFTA mandate Reference: ETSI Technical Working Procedures, Annexes A & E 12

13 Choice of deliverable type (2) Guides and reports (Informative) TR - ETSI Technical Report Default deliverable EG - ETSI Guide Guidance on handling technical standardization activity in whole or major parts of the Technical Organization ETSI Special Report General ETSI member or public interest Also, deliverable with dynamic content generated by software application on ETSI web site Reference: ETSI Technical Working Procedures, Annexes A & E 13

14 ETSI Deliverables ETSI Technical Specifications (TSs) ETSI Technical Reports (TRs) ETSI Group Specifications (GSs) Approved by the TC, Project or Group concerned ETSI Standards (ESs) ETSI Guides (EGs) Approved by the full ETSI Membership Web-based voting tool European Standards (ENs, telecommunications series) Harmonized Standards (HS) Approved by National Delegations, through the National Standards Organizations (NSOs) Web-based voting tool 14 Fast to publish Fast + approved by all members Wide, formal acceptance

15 15 Standstill, national transposition and withdrawal ETSI starts work on an EN… National Standards Organisations (NSOs) and ETSI Members are required to stop any national standards work that could prejudice that EN and not to publish a new or revised standard which is not completely in line with an existing EN ("Standstill") ETSI publishes the EN… NSOs are required to adopt the EN at national level… ("Transposition") …and to withdraw any conflicting national standards ("Withdrawal") Some definitions

16 ETSI DD Lxx xxx-z-w Vm.a.b 16 Prefix Deliverable type (TS, TR, ES, EG, EN, SR) 0 for Special Reports 1 for TS and TR 2 for ES and EG 3 for EN Editorial version Technical version Major version (1,2, …) Sub-part (if any) Part (if any) (1,2, …) Serial number (00 001 – 99 999) For example: ETSI ES 201 873-1 Version 1.0.10 Numbering of deliverables

17 Technical Body approval TR:ETSI TR 1XX XXX Vm.a.b TS:ETSI TS 1XX XXX Vm.a.b Member approval EG:ETSI EG 2XX XXX Vm.a.b ES:ETSI ES 2XX XXX Vm.a.b NSO approval EN:ETSI EN 3XX XXX Vm.a.b Other SR:ETSI SR 0XX XXX Vm.a.b GS:ETSI GS LXX XXX Vm.a.b 17

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