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1 eMobility - Overview and status of the eMobility platform Magnus Madfors Chairman, eMobility steering board June 9th, 2005Brussels

2 Technology Platform - The shared vision Support the renewed Lisbon Strategy for a competitive, knowledge-based society Drive future technology development in mobile and wireless communications that serves Europe's citizens and the European economy Enhance cooperation between industry players, the research community and public authorities Mid- to long-term vision (2015+ ) to maximise the benefit of mobile and wireless communications, thus enabling economic and social advances in the EU Formulation of an action plan and time-table for the key developments Evolution of a consistent policy, spectrum and regulatory framework Alcatel Deutsche Telekom AG Ericsson France Telecom Hutchison 3G Europe Lucent Technologies Motorola Nokia Philips Siemens AG STMicroelectronics Telecom Italia Mobile Telefónica Móviles España Thales Vodafone June 9th, 2005Brussels

3 Member Organisation Categories Academia Associations Commercial Other Organisations by Category Open invitation to join the eMobility Platform has generated more than 100 organisations to sign up June 9th, 2005Brussels

4 The drawing up of a Strategic Research Agenda including vision Identify technology and non-technology barriers to development, deployment and the use of technology The achievement of the necessary critical mass for research and innovation The mobilisation of substantial public and private funding Actual projects in Framework Programme 7 will be carried out under the umbrella of the eMobility Technology Platform Key objectives of Technology Platforms June 9th, 2005Brussels

5 eMobility organisation Executive Group General Assembly Expert Advisory Group Mirror Group Steering Board Secretariat … Working Groups on overall issues independent of actual projects Public launch –March 18, 2005 in Brussels Inaugural Meeting –April 5, 2005, in Brussels Mirror Group Meeting –April 27, 2005 in Brussels Strategic Research Agenda –Available from the web-site –Regular updates planned for the next coming years, to incorporate new ideas and reflect upon implementations made June 9th, 2005Brussels

6 eMobility relationships with other bodies Other Technology Platforms ARTEMIS National R&D Programmes bmb+f S3 June 9th, 2005Brussels

7 Sharing ideas - creating a larger space –Complementing areas - together addressing the entire value chain of the industry Initial meetings between Technology Platforms Core Groups –Identifying common technology and non-technology barriers to development, deployment and the use of technology Providing focus - maximising use of resources –Agreed areas of interest between different platforms provides means for good efficiency and less duplication The Liaison officers responsibility –To carry out and initiate contacts identified Interaction between Technology Platforms June 9th, 2005Brussels

8 Technology Platforms Platforms EU-initiatives Research in a global context EU-projects Japan China/863-projects US-activities Other Korea WWRF Research – Coordination Standardisation related Organisations ITU-R ITU-T 3GPP 3GPP2 OMA IETF W3C... Standardisation related Organisations ITU-R ITU-T 3GPP 3GPP2 OMA IETF W3C... – Standardisation… June 9th, 2005Brussels

9 Global initiatives June 9th, 2005Brussels

10 Global activities on future systems North America IEEE activities in IEEE a, b, g, h, n IEEE IEEE , a, d, e IEEE IEEE Claims from start-ups and IT companies to provide 4G solutions Flarion (Fast Low Latency Access with Seamless Handoff and OFDM) Arraycomm – advanced antenna technology and SDMA Navini Networks – Advanced beamforming technology for range & coverage IP Wireless – TD-CDMA with IP core network Aperto Networks – Fixed Broadband Wireless Access vendor Redline Communications – Fixed BWA Airspan – Fixed BWA Alvarion – Fixed BWA Intel – Active in development and its promotion in WiMAX Many activities are on short-range and WLAN enhancements China 3G licenses not yet granted Research on beyond 3G in 863 FuTURE Project Joint Research Center Shanghai Korea Reluctant with wide-spread 3G deployment HPI / WiBro (WiMAX derivative) under development (3.5G) Research on systems beyond 3G Japan 3G deployment (cdma2000, WCDMA) Enhancements of 3G Research on systems beyond 3G DoCoMo proposal Super 3G CJK – China, Japan, Korea Cooperation on government level, one working group on mobile communication Cooperation between SDOs Globally ITU-R Framework Recommendation WWRF, since 2001 Europe UMTS UMTS enhancements Research on systems beyond 3G in FP6 –European industry is still in the lead of future development, but is being challenged by Asia and North America –European Commission's Framework Programs play an important role within R&D Europe has a long tradition of developing global harmonised standards - GSM, 3G/WCDMA Europe June 9th, 2005Brussels


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