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Summary of Results Study Period 2009-2012 ITU-T Study Group 9 Television and sound transmission and integrated broadband cable networks Arthur Webster.

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1 Summary of Results Study Period ITU-T Study Group 9 Television and sound transmission and integrated broadband cable networks Arthur Webster

2 International Telecommunication Union 2 ITU-T Study Group 9 Cable Networks Contents Terms of reference Highlights of achievements Focus Group on Smart Cable Television Future work Conclusions Supplemental slides

3 International Telecommunication Union 3 ITU-T Study Group 9 Cable Networks Terms of Reference Use of telecommunication systems for contribution, primary distribution and secondary distribution of television, sound programmes and related data services including interactive services; Use of cable and hybrid networks, primarily designed for television and sound programme delivery to the home, as integrated broadband networks to also carry voice or other time-critical services, video on demand, interactive services, etc. Lead SG for: – Integrated broadband cable and television networks

4 International Telecommunication Union 4 ITU-T Study Group 9 Cable Networks Highlights of achievements (I) Video quality evaluation (J.249, J.340, J.341, J.bitvqm, J.avdist, J.3D-disp-req) Free viewpoint television transport (J.901, J.902) Large Screen Digital Imagery related (J.600-J.603) Bitstream splicing (J.380.x, J.286, J.181, J.189) Application platforms for broadcasting (J.200, J.201, J.202, J.205) IP enhanced broadcasting architecture (J.700, J.703) Service provider interface for video distribution (J.295, J.296, J.704)

5 International Telecommunication Union 5 ITU-T Study Group 9 Cable Networks Highlights of achievements (II) Application and service platform for local home environment (J.lasdp) Residential Gateway Req. to support interactive services for Hybrid Terminal Device (J.294) IPCablecom2 (J.366 series including IPCablecom2 IP Multimedia Subsystem Specification, and IPCablecom2 Session Initiation Protocol; Session Description Protocol; and IPCablecom2 Access Security for IP-Based Services) Preferential telecommunications, e.g. emergency (J.261, J.262 and J.263) Messages and protocols enabling target content distribution for integrated broadband cable networks (J.706, J.707)

6 International Telecommunication Union 6 ITU-T Study Group 9 Cable Networks FG on Smart Cable Television (FG SmartCable) Established by SG 9 on 4 May 2012 (held 3 meetings since) Chair: Tom Russell (SCTE, USA) Vice-Chairs: Satoshi Miyaji (KDDI, Japan); Gale Lightfoot (CISCO, USA); Han-Seung Koo (ETRI, Korea), Pradipta Biswas (Uni. of Cambridge, UK), Jingfei Cui (SARFT, China) Goal: foster development of global Smart Cable Television future standards FG Structure: – WG 1 – Smart Cable Television requirements and use cases – WG 2 – Advanced Transport Technology, including IoT/M2M – WG 3 – Secure content and application delivery – WG 4 – User interface and accessibility – WG 5 – Multi screen and mobile devices – WG 6 – Editorial and terminology Next meeting 6-7 Dec. 2012, Shanghai, China

7 International Telecommunication Union 7 ITU-T Study Group 9 Cable Networks Future Work Telecommunication systems for broadcasting of television and sound programs (e.g., IPTV) Use of CATV networks to provide interactive video services, telephone and data services, including Internet access (e.g. cable modems, set top boxes, APIs) Quality assessment of video and multimedia over cable networks Transmission of Large Screen Digital Imagery (LSDI and new services such as 3DTV and Ultra High Definition TV) Conditional Access (e.g. protection of subscription services etc.) Smart Cable Television

8 International Telecommunication Union 8 ITU-T Study Group 9 Cable Networks Conclusion In this study period ( ) SG 9 successfully approved 35 new and 5 revised Recommendations The Questions proposed by SG 9 for the new Study Period will foster development of new Recommendations that are required to meet the demand of new services in Broadband Cable Networks

9 International Telecommunication Union 9 ITU-T Study Group 9 Cable Networks Supplemental Slides Management team Structure Statistics

10 International Telecommunication Union 10 ITU-T Study Group 9 Cable Networks Management Team Chair(s)Arthur Webster(USA) Vice-Chairs:Satoshi Miyaji Dong Wang Oleg Gofaizen (Japan) (China) (Ukraine) WP Chairs:Satoshi Miyaji (WP1 Chair) David Hands (WP1 vice-Chair) Dong Wang (WP2 Chair) Gale Lightfoot (WP2 vice-Chair) (Japan) (UK) (China) (USA) TSBStefano Polidori (Engineer) Emmanuelle Labare (Assistant)

11 International Telecommunication Union 11 ITU-T Study Group 9 Cable Networks Study Group Structure WP1 video transport and quality (Questions: 1, 2, 3, 6, 11, 12/9) WP2 terminals and applications (Questions: 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10/9) Q14/9 Work programme, coordination and planning (This Question reports to SG 9 Plenary) Focus Groups on Smart Cable Television – Chairman: Thomas C. Russell (Society Cable Telecommunications Engineers, USA)

12 International Telecommunication Union 12 ITU-T Study Group 9 Cable Networks Statistics (I) 85 Rapporteurs meetings held (many where held as joint meetings) 123 contributions received 6 Study Groups meetings held 3 Working Parties meetings held Max/Min/Average SG participants: – Max: 52 (most recent) – Min: 36 – Average: 45 (SG 9 made extensive use of remote participation but the remote participants could not be taken into account in this Study Period. The above statistics reflect the physical participation only)

13 International Telecommunication Union 13 ITU-T Study Group 9 Cable Networks Statistics (II) Total of 40 Recommendations approved [new(35)/revised(5)] 13 Questions assigned by WTSA-08 1 new (Q14/9), 1 revised (Q1/9) and 1 deleted (Q13/9) Questions during the study period 13 Questions proposed for next study period

14 International Telecommunication Union 14 ITU-T Study Group 9 Cable Networks Thank you! Arthur Webster is the current Chairman of ITU-T Study Group 9 which is responsible for international standardization activities related to television and sound transmission and integrated broadband cable networks. Mr. Webster participates in several technical standards groupsmost of which are involved in the standardization of video and multimedia quality assessment methods. Mr. Webster began participating regularly in ITU-T in 1994 and was a Rapporteur (for SG9 or SG12) from 1995 until becoming Chairman of SG9 in Mr. Webster is the Co-chair of the Video Quality Experts Group (VQEG), a position he has held since its founding in Mr. Webster contributes technically to video and multimedia quality assessment research. He co-authored several approved ITU-T Recommendations and Technical Reports in the areas of quality assessment and emergency telecommunications. Mr. Webster has participated in ATIS PRQC (Performance, Reliability, and Security Committee) and its predecessor committees (T1Q1, T1A1) since He has participated in other Standards groups such as TSAG, SG12, SG16, SCTE, ITU-R Study Group 6, ATIS IIF, IEEE, TIA, and IETF. Mr. Webster has chaired sessions and given presentations at ITU and ETSI workshops. Arthur holds a BA in English and an MS in Electrical Engineering. For the last 22 years he has worked for the Institute for Telecommunication Sciences (ITS). ITS is the research and engineering branch of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce. From 2005 to 2008 he was the Standards Development Team Leader for the NTIA/ITS.P Division. He manages 2 technical projects at NTIA/ITS, both of which have standards outputs. Mr. Webster is a member of IEEE and ACM and holds two U.S. patents for innovations in objective assessment of video quality.


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