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1 International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, July ITU (International Telecommunication Union) ITU-T (Telecommunication standardization sector) Study Group 5 (Environment and climate change) Study Group 12 (Performance, QoS and QoE) Overview Nairobi, Kenya Judit Katona Kiss Counsellor, Telecommunication Standardization Bureau, ITU

2 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Introduction to ITU Founded in 1865, oldest specialized agency of the UN Standards making one of the ITUs first activities 191 Member States, over 700 private sector entities Headquarters in Geneva, 11 regional offices, 760 staff / 80 nationalities Five elected officials: Secretary-General Deputy Secretary-General Director of the Radio Bureau (BR) Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB) Director of the Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT)

3 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Member States Sector Members Associates UN bodies e.g. WHO, WMO Regional/National SDOs e.g. ETSI, IEC Industry fora International Telecommunication Union 191 Member States 565 Sector Members 153 Associates

4 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June ITU Structure Plenipotentiary Conference ITU Council ITU-T World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly ITU-R World Radiocommunication Conference Radiocommunication Assembly ITU-D World Telecommunication Development Conference General Secretariat

5 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June ITU Sectors ITU-T Telecommunication standardization on worldwide basis ITU-R International Spectrum Management and Radiocommunication Standardization ITU-R International Spectrum Management and Radiocommunication Standardization ITU-D Assisting implementation and operation of telecommunications in developing countries

6 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June ITU-T mission To fulfil the purposes of the Union relating to telecommunication standardization by studying technical, operating and tariff questions and adopting recommendations on them with a view to standardizing telecommunications on a worldwide basis."

7 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June ITU-T Structure Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group WTSA World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly Study Group SG Workshops, Seminars, Symposia… IPR ad hoc Working Party Questions: Develop Recommendations SG WP Q Q Q Q Regional Groups Focus Groups

8 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June ITU-T Objectives Develop and publish standards for global ICT interoperability Identify areas for future standardization by involving academia Provide an attractive and effective forum for the development of international standards Promote the value of ITU standards Disseminate information and know-how Cooperate and collaborate Provide support and assistance

9 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June ITU-T hot topics Next generation network (NGN), IPTV Home networking Cybersecurity & identity management (IdM) Ubiquitous networks Next generation multimedia conferencing, videocoding Broadband access and transport network, optical fibres Quality of Service Conformity & Interoperability Accessibility ICT & climate change

10 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Without ITU-T standards you couldnt make a telephone call from one side of the world to another. E.164 International public telecommunication numbering plan Without ITU-T standards the Internet wouldnt function. G.991.x – G.999.x Recommendations on Access Networks ITU-T Recommendations connect the world…

11 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June ITU-T Revolutionary video standard Emmy award received on behalf of ISO, IEC & ITU on 25 August 2008 Advanced Video Codec ITU-T Rec. H.264 | ISO/IEC H.264 | MPEG-4 AVC recognized by US Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

12 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June ITU-T Key Features Truly global public/private partnership 95% of work is done by private sector Continuously adapting to market needs Pre-eminent global ICT standards body

13 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June ITU-T is fast (pre-published standard = non-edited version Edited version: typically a few months after approval)

14 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Free Recommendations Since beginning of 2007, ITU-T Recommendations are available without charge. With only a small number of exceptions all in-force ITU-T Recommendations are available in PDF form via a simple mouse click: itu.int/ITU-T/publications/recs.html

15 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June ITU-T collaboration World Standards Cooperation ISO – IEC - ITU Patent policy & Joint events ITU-T and IEEE MoU & Joint events Global Standards Collaboration Supports ITU as preeminent global ICT standards organization. Management meetings with: ETSI IETF ICANN ISO/IEC JTC 1 MoU on E-Business: IEC, ISO, ITU and UN/ECE 44 formal partnerships

16 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Study Groups & Chairs SGTitle 2Operational aspects of service provision and telecommunications management – Marie-Thérèse Alajouanine (France) 3Tariff and accounting principles including related telecommunication economic and policy issues – Mr Ki-Shik Park (Republic of Korea) 5Environment and climate change – Mr Ahmed Zeddam (France) 9Television and sound transmission and integrated broadband cable networks – Mr Arthur Webster (USA) 11Signalling requirements, protocols and test specifications – Mr Wei Feng (China) 12Performance, QoS and QoE – Mr Charles A. Dvorak (USA) 13Future networks including mobile and NGN – Mr Chae-Sub Lee (Rep. of Korea) 15Optical transport networks and access network infrastructures – Mr Yoichi Maeda (Japan) 16Multimedia coding, systems and applications – Mr Yushi Naito (Japan) 17Security – Mr Arkadiy Kremer (Russia)

17 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Regional Groups - overview Study Group 2: (service provision) for Arab region, East Africa Study Group 3: (tariffs) for Africa for Asia and Oceania for Latin America and the Caribbean for Europe and Mediterranean Basin Study Group 5: (EMF, climate change) for Africa, Arab region, Americas and the Caribbean Study Group 12: (QoS/QoE) for Africa

18 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June ITU-T Study Group 5 Title: Environment and climate change All information on the web page: T/studygroups/com5/index.asp

19 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Study Group 5 Mandate (1/2) Environment and climate change Study Group 5 is responsible for studying ICT environmental aspects of electromagnetic phenomena and climate change.

20 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June 2010 Study Group 5 Mandate (2/2) Responsible for studies relating to protection of telecommunication networks and equipment from interference and lightning. Also responsible for studies related to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), to safety and to health effects connected with electromagnetic fields produced by telecommunication installations and devices, including cellular phones. Responsible for studies on the existing copper network outside plant and related indoor installations. Responsible for studies on methodologies for evaluating the ICT effects on climate change, publishing guidelines for using ICTs in an Eco-Friendly Way, and energy efficiency of the power feeding system. Also responsible for studying design methodologies to reduce environmental effects such as recycling related to ICT facilities, equipments, etc. 20

21 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June 2010 Lead study group SG 5 is Lead study group on electromagnetic compatibility and electromagnetic effects; and also on ICTs and climate change. 21

22 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Organization of the Work of Study Group 5

23 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June SG 5 Management SG12 Chairman: Ahmed Zeddam (France) SG12 Vice-chairmen: Tariq H. Al-Amri (Saudi Arabia) Darren Carpenter (United Kingdom) Héctor Carril (Argentina) Philip Day (Australia) Sung-Chul Kang (Republic of Korea) Guy-Michel Kouakou (Côte dIvoire) Alexander Tsym (Russian Federation) Li Xiao (China)

24 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June WP Chairmen and Vice Chairmen WP 1 Damage prevention and safety CHAIR: Philip Day (Australia) VICE CHAIR: György Varju (Hungary) WP 2 Electromagnetic fields: emission, immunity and human exposure CHAIR: Mitsuo Hattori (Japan) VICE CHAIR: Darren Carpenter (UK) WP 3 ICTs and climate change CHAIR: Keith Dickerson (UK) VICE CHAIRs: Eunsook Kim (Korea) & Takeshi Origuchi (Japan)

25 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Structure of SG5 25 SG5 Plenary Question 14/5 Working Party 1/5 Damage prevention and safety Working Party 2/5 Electromagnetic fields: emission, immunity and human exposure Working Party 3/5 ICT and climate change Questions 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 13 Questions 1, 2, 3, 8, 12, 15, 16 Questions 17, 18, 19, 20, 21

26 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June 2010 Questions allocated to SG 5 Study Group 5 – Plenary 26 Question N°Question title 14/5Guides and terminology on environment and climate change

27 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June WP1/5 – Damage prevention and safety 27 Question N° Question title 4/5Resistibility of communication equipment 5/5Lightning protection of telecommunication systems 6/5 Bonding configurations and earthing of telecommunication systems in the global environment 9/5 Interference to telecommunication networks due to power systems and electrified railway systems 10/5 Outside and indoor network elements for broadband applications 11/5Safety in the telecommunications networks 13/5Protective components and assemblies

28 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June WP2/5 – Electromagnetic fields: emission, immunity and human exposure 28 Question N° Question title 1/5 EMC issues arising from the liberalization of telecommunications networks 2/5EMC related to broadband access networks 3/5 Human exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) due to radio systems and mobile equipment 8/5Home Networks 12/5EMC telecommunications recommendations Security of telecommunication and information systems regarding the electromagnetic environment EMC requirements for the Information Society

29 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June WP3/5 – ICTs and climate change 29 Question N° Question title 17/5Coordination and Planning of ICT&CC related standardization 18/5Methodology of environmental impact assessment of ICT 19/5Power feeding systems 20/5Data Collection for Energy Efficiency for ICTs over the lifecycle 21/5 Environmental protection and recycling of ICT equipments/facilities 17/5Coordination and Planning of ICT&CC related standardization 18/5Methodology of environmental impact assessment of ICT

30 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Next meeting of SG5 The next meeting of Study Group 5 will be held 23 November – 1 December 2010 in Geneva, Switzerland, at the ITU Headquarters 30

31 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June 2010 ITU-T Study Group 12 Title: Performance, QoS and QoE All information on the web page: T/studygroups/com12/index.asp 31

32 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Study Group 12 Mandate Performance, QoS and QoE Responsible for Recommendations on performance, quality of service (QoS) and quality of experience (QoE) for the full spectrum of terminals, networks and services ranging from speech over fixed circuit- based networks to multimedia applications over networks that are mobile and packet based. Included in this scope are the operational aspects of performance, QoS and QoE. A special focus is given to interoperability to ensure end-to-end users' satisfaction. SG 12 is the Lead SG on QoS and Performance

33 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Organization of the Work of Study Group 12

34 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June SG 12 Management SG12 Chairman: Charles A. Dvorak (USA) SG12 Vice-chairmen: Paul Barrett (United Kingdom) Vladimir Efimushkin (Russian Federation) Gamal Amin Elsayed (Sudan) Hyung-Soo Kim (Republic of Korea) Qi Feng (China) Catherine Quinquis (France) Akira Takahashi (Japan) Hassan Talib (Morocco)

35 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June WP Chairmen and Vice Chairmen WP 1 Terminal and multimedia subjective assessment CHAIR: Catherine Quinquis (France) VICE CHAIR: Qi Feng (China) WP 2 Objective models & tools for multimedia quality CHAIR: Klemens Adler (Germany) VICE CHAIR: Paul Barrett (UK) WP 3 Multimedia QoS and QoE CHAIR: Paul Coverdale (China) VICE CHAIR: Akira Takahashi (Japan)

36 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June 2010 Structure of SG12 36 SG12 Plenary Question 1/12 Working Party 1/12 Terminals and multimedia subjective assessment Working Party 2/12 Objective models and tools for multimedia quality Working Party 3/12 Multimedia QoS and QoE Questions 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Questions 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16 Questions 2, 11, 12, 13, 17

37 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Working Party 1/12 Mandate Terminals & multimedia subjective assessment WP1/12 works on transmission characteristics of terminals for fixed circuit-switched, mobile and packet-switched (IP) networks and the related telephonometric methodologies, as well as analysis methods using complex measurement signals. Hands-free communication in vehicles is an important study item. Also addressed are methods, tools and test plans for the subjective assessment of speech, audio and audiovisual quality interactions.

38 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Working Party 2/12 Mandate Objective models & tools for multimedia quality The purpose of WP 2/12 is to cover the end-to-end transmission performance of networks, terminals and their interactions, in relation to the perceived quality and its objective assessment as well as guidance and modelling in the field of transmission planning. This includes beside perceptual-based objective methods also parametric models and a framework for diagnostic functions.

39 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Working Party 3/12 Mandate Multimedia QoS and QoE WP3/12 is responsible for conducting studies leading to new Recommendations related to multimedia Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE) in emerging networks. This includes operational aspects of QoS/QoE, end to end interworking and traffic management, identification of KPIs and QoS metrics for different services, multimedia performance assessment methods and models, and fundamental performance criteria for packet-based networks.

40 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Questions Allocated to SG 12 (1/2) Question numberQuestion title 1/12Work programme, QoS/QoE coordination and bridging the standardization gap 2/12Multimedia performance considerations for IP gateways 3/12Speech transmission characteristics of speech terminals for fixed circuit-switched, mobile and packet-switched (IP) networks 4/12Hands-free communication in vehicles 5/12Telephonometric methodologies for handset and headset terminals 6/12Analysis methods using complex measurement signals incl. application for speech enhancement techniques and hands- free telephony 7/12Methods, tools and test plans for the subjective assessment of speech, audio and audiovisual quality interactions 8/12E-Model extension towards WB transmission and future telecom. and application scenarios

41 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Question number Question title 9/12Perceptual-based objective methods for voice, audio and visual quality measurements in telecommunication services 10/12Transmission planning and performance considerations for voiceband, data and multimedia services 11/12Performance interworking and traffic management for Next Generation Networks 12/12Operational aspects of telecommunication network service quality 13/12QoE, QoS and performance requirements and assessment methods for multimedia including IPTV 14/12Development of parametric models and tools for audiovisual and multimedia quality measurement purposes 15/12Objective assessment of speech and sound transmission performance quality in networks 16/12Framework for diagnostic functions and their interaction with external objective models predicting media quality 17/12Performance of packet-based networks and other networking technologies Questions Allocated to SG 12 (2/2)

42 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June 2010 Next meeting of SG12 The next meeting of Study Group 12 will be held 18 – 27 January 2011 in Geneva, Switzerland, at the ITU Headquarters 42

43 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Thank you

44 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Additional Slides

45 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Lead Study Group concept (Resolution 1) A study group may be designated by WTSA or TSAG as the lead study group for ITU T studies forming a defined programme of work involving a number of study groups. This lead study group is responsible for the study of the appropriate core Questions has the responsibility, in consultation with all relevant bodies, to define and maintain the overall framework and prioritize the studies to be carried out by the study groups, and has to ensure the preparation of consistent, complete and timely Recommendations. shall inform TSAG on the progress of the work.

46 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Lead Study Groups (1/2) SG 2 service definition, numbering and routing telecommunication for disaster relief/early warning telecommunication management SG 5 electromagnetic compatibility and electromagnetic effects ICTs and climate change SG 9 integrated broadband cable and television networks SG 11 signalling and protocols intelligent networks test specifications SG 12 quality of service and quality of experience

47 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Lead Study Groups (2/2) SG 13 future networks and NGN mobility management and fixed-mobile convergence SG 15 access network transport optical technology optical transport networks SG 16 multimedia coding, systems and applications ubiquitous applications ("e-everything", such as e-health) telecommunication/ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities SG 17 telecommunication security identity management (IdM) languages and description techniques

48 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Work in Focus Groups Works on a well-defined topic Work in a scheduled time-frame Esthablish its own working methods Non-ITU Members can participate Output ITU-T Specification (not Recommendations!) However, output of FG can be input to a study group to make it an ITU-T Recommendation

49 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Current Focus Groups Focus Group on Car Communication (FG CarCOM) focus is on sub-system level requirements, in car communication and requirements/testing of frontends used for speech recognition in cars (In operation since ) Focus Group on Future Networks (FG FN) Discussion to ensure global common understanding about Future Networks – participation of researchers on future internet Recently established new (TSAG 02/10): Focus Group on Smart Grid Focus Group on Cloud Computing

50 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Joint Coordination Activities Currently nine JCAs (www.itu.int/ITU-T/jca)www.itu.int/ITU-T/jca Management tool when subject spans more than one study group For coordination and planning, Technical work done by the study groups External organizations can join a JCA

51 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June ICT and climate change (JCA-ICT&CC) Telecom Management (JCA-Mgt) Accessibility and Human factors (JCA-AHF) Identity Management (JCA-IdM) Network Aspects of Identification Systems (including RFID) (JCA-NID) IPTV (JCA-IPTV) Conformance and Interoperability Testing (JCA-CIT) Home Networking (JCA-HN) Next Generation Networks (JCA-NGN) Current Joint Coordination Activities

52 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Technology Watch Technology Watch surveys the ICT environment for new study topics Technology Watch Briefing Reports provide an up-to-date assessment of promising new technologies. Recent papers: 12. Biometrics and Standards (December 2009) 11. ICTs and Food Security (July 2009) 10. The Future Internet (April 2009) 9. Distributed Computing: Utilities, Grids & Clouds (March 2009) 8. Standardization Activities for Intelligent Transport Systems (October 2008) 7. NGNs and energy efficiency (August 2008) 6. Technical aspects of Lawful Interception (LI) (May 2008) 5. Remote collaboration tools (March 2008) 4. Ubiquitous Sensor Networks (February 2008) 3. ICTs and Climate Change (December 2007) 2. TelePresence: High performance video-conferencing (November 2007) 1.Intelligent Transport Systems and CALM (October 2007)

53 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June World Standards Cooperation: ISO, IEC, ITU Established in 2001 Joint initiatives: common text, common patent policy, joint workshops, joint education & training Regular formal and informal contact of ISO, IEC, ITU leadership Goal: strengthen and advance the voluntary consensus-based international standards systems of ITU, ISO, and IEC Avoid duplication and overlap of work Three weeks ago ITU-T held a Leadership meeting with ISO/IEC JTC 1

54 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Why Involving Academia? Increase academic participation in ITU Students of today are the people who will shape the technology world of tomorrow Capture new work (innovations in ICT) for the standardization marketplace. Universities and R&D institutions are an important pool of innovation.

55 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June New Topics for SGs ITU-TRelevance Increased Participation Industry Other SDOs Regulators NewsNews WorkshopsWorkshops Tech-watchTech-watch PromotionPromotion New Membership R&D Acade Academia New Ideas ITU-T and Academia Why Involving Academia?

56 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June 2010 Recommendations under Study Group 12 responsibility (1/5) E series: Overall network operation, telephone service, service operation and human factors E420-E489: Checking the quality of the international telephone service E800-E809: Terms and definitions related to the quality of telecommunication services E810-E844: Models for telecommunication services E845-E859: Objectives for quality of service and related concepts of telecommunication services E supplements: Supplements to the Series E Recommendations 56

57 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Recommendations under Study Group 12 responsibility (2/5) G series: Transmission systems and media, digital systems and networks G100-G109: Transmission planning and the E-model G110-G119: General Recommendations on the transmission quality for an entire international telephone connection G120-G129: General characteristics of national systems forming part of international connections G130-G139: General characteristics of the 4-wire chain formed by the international circuits and national extension circuits G140-G149: General characteristics of the 4-wire chain of international circuits; international transit G170-G179: Transmission plan aspects of special circuits and connections using the international telephone connection network G820-G829: Quality and availability targets G1000-G1999: Multimedia Quality of Service and performance – Generic and user-related aspects

58 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Recommendations under Study Group 12 responsibility (3/5) I series: Integrated services digital network I350-I359: Performance objectives I370-I399: General network requirements and functions

59 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Recommendations under Study Group 12 responsibility (4/5) P series: Terminals and subjective and objective assessment methods P10-P19: Vocabulary and effects of transmission parameters on customer opinion of transmission quality P30-P39: Voice terminal characteristics P40-P49: Reference systems P50-P59: Objective measuring apparatus P60-P69: Objective electro-acoustical measurements P70-P79: Measurements related to speech loudness P80-P89: Methods for objective and subjective assessment of speech quality P300-P399: Voice terminal characteristics P500-P599: Objective measuring apparatus P800-P899: Methods for objective and subjective assessment of speech quality P1000-P1099: Transmission performance and QoS aspects of IP end-points P1100-P1199: Communications involving vehicles P supplements: Supplements to the Series P Recommendations

60 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June Recommendations under Study Group 12 responsibility (5/5) Y series: Global information infrastructure, Internet protocol aspects and next-generation networks Y1200-Y1299: Architecture, access, network capabilities and resource management Y1500-Y1599: Quality of service and network performance

61 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June 2010 Recommendations under Study Group 5 responsibility K-series: Protection against interference Part of L-series (Construction, installation and protection of cables and other elements of outside plant) 61

62 Committed to connecting the world Nairobi, June 2010 L-series Recommendations under Study Group 5 responsibility L.7: Application of joint cathodic protection L.8: Corrosion caused by alternating current L.9: Methods of terminating metallic cable conductors L.18: Sheath closures for terrestrial copper telecommunication cables L.19: Multi-pair copper network cable supporting shared multiple services such as POTS, ISDN and xDSL L.21: Fire detection and alarm systems, detector and sounder devices L.22: Fire protection L.23: Fire extinction – Classification and location of fire extinguishing installations and equipment on premises L.24: Classification of outside plant waste L.32: Protection devices for through-cable penetrations of fire-sector partitions L.33: Periodic control of fire extinction devices in telecommunication buildings L.62: Practical aspects of unbundling services by multiple operators in copper access networks L.71: Design, construction, and installation of network cables for broadband access including metallic networks connected to optical fibre networks L.75: Test, acceptance and maintenance methods of copper subscriber pairs L.76: Copper loop requirements for various technologies including indoor and structured cabling L.1000: Universal power adapter and charger solution for mobile terminals and other ICT devices 62


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