NO-REST Workshop Impact on Standards – New Insights 27th May 2005 From Research to User via Standardization

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NO-REST Workshop Impact on Standards – New Insights 27th May 2005 From Research to User via Standardization. Jørgen Friis Deputy Director-General ETSI. Short relevant biography. ETSI ( Since 2001) Deputy Director General Electronic Communication Standardization

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NO-REST WorkshopImpact on Standards – New Insights27th May 2005From Research to User via Standardization Jørgen Friis Deputy Director-General ETSI Short relevant biography
  • ETSI ( Since 2001)Deputy Director General
  • Electronic Communication Standardization
  • Tele Danmark (1989-2001)Vice President
  • Access network (fixed)
  • Trunk network
  • Microwave comm.
  • Head of ADSL project
  • Master of Science and Engineering in 1979
  • Danish
  • Jørgen Friis Deputy Director-General jorgen.friis@etsi.org +33 4 92 94 42 11 NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis Trends - Household Telecoms Spend “Weekly household expenditure on television and telephony rose from £10.06 to £16.36 from 1999 to 2003, and now makes up 4.0% of total household expenditure.” The Communications Market 2004 – Ofcom – August 2004 Innovate Be seen as a leader Save money and avoid wasted R&D Understand risks associated with standards Control evolution of market Build credibility with customers “Open the box” Why work in standards? In summary: Create a more favourable environment in which to do business NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis Impact of Standardization
  • Load sharing / Cost saving
  • Creation of a critical mass
  • Bringing economy of scale
  • Close co-operation of competitors
  • Greater interoperability
  • Increased customer choice
  • STANDARDIZATION > INNOVATION NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis ETSI’s innovations
  • Direct representation in standards-making and deliverable types matched to market needs
  • Competence Centres and Specialist Task Forces
  • Open process and standards for free
  • ISO 9001:2000 certification
  • Electronic working
  • Partnership – Agreements
  • IPR policy
  • Established dialogue with R&D
  • FP6 projects NO-REST, COPRAS etc.
  • NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis 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 in the industry groups markets
  • worldwide deployment of interoperable solutions
  • quality of standards
  • NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis ETSI is An independent Europeanstandards organization, active in all areas oftelecommunications,radio communications,broadcasting and InformationTechnology (ICT)
  • A not-for-profit association created in 1988
  • Situated in Sophia Antipolis, south of France
  • Professional & market driven (users, administrations, manufacturers, operators, service providers, others)
  • Fora hosting, Interoperability testing and PTCC
  • 14.000+ publications - freely available!
  • NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis Finance Committee IMPACT ETSI Organization General Assembly Director General Deputy Dir Gen Board AIG Secretariat OCG Special Committees Technical Organization User Group JEEC ETSI Projects EMTEL SAGE ETSI Technical Committees ETSI Partnership Projects > 3500 active experts Specialist Task Force (STF) NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis SERVICES
  • PTCC http://www.etsi.org/ptcc
  • The ETSI Protocol and Testing Competence Centre is a unique resource available to ETSI Technical Bodies for the application of leading-edge specification, validation and testing techniques in ETSI deliverables.
  • Plugtests TM http://www.etsi.org/plugtests/Services
  • The ETSI Plugtests Service is a professional service that specializes in the organization of interoperability events for any telecommunication / Internet / Information Technology
  • Forapolis http://www.forapolis.com
  • Fora hosting – IT, technical and adm. support service
  • Dedicated high skilled staff
  • NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis Marketing Requirements Architecture Protocols Inter-op + Profiles Application to specific systems ETSI Standardization Environment
  • “Food chain” of organisations
  • Requirements setting
  • Architecture
  • Protocol definition
  • Interoperability and Profiles
  • Marketing
  • Application to specific systems ETSI is “playing” at most level but is not the only one involved
  • NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis ETSI work
  • ICT, Wireline, Wireless, Mobile, Broadcast
  • VoIP, Security, EMC
  • NGN, NGN@Home, Intelligent Houses
  • Cable TV
  • PLT
  • ITS
  • Radio technologies
  • Automotive short range radar, Ultra Wide Band, Radio LAN, Short Range Devices (SRD), RFID, TETRA
  • R&D Projects contribute to the work in the Technical Committees, mainly through ETSI members participating in these projects
  • NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis Basic principles of standardization
  • Voluntary
  • Open
  • Consensus
  • Public
  • General purpose for the society
  • Compatibility (between generations)
  • NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis Functionality A (e.g. terminal) Open & Standardized interfaces Functionality B (e.g. server) Openness fueling market growth and innovation Market take-up Open standards & systems proprietary systems
  • Identified benefits include
  • Cost reduction due to increased competition
  • Greater interoperability
  • Increased customer choice
  • More innovation
  • And many others
  • NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis ETSI's IPR Policy
  • Goal:
  • to ensure that an ETSI standard cannot be blocked by the refusal of an IPR holder to grant licences for the use of his Essential IPR
  • Defines the obligations and rights of Members…
  • …in respect of the identification and notification of IPRs essential for ETSI standards
  • IPR statement and licensing declaration forms on web
  • Defines the obligations of the Institute:
  • Inform users of standards about Essential IPRs, by:
  • publishing details in SR 000 314
  • publishing details in standards wherever possible
  • publishing details on the web
  • May be found in Annex 6 of the ETSI Rules of Procedure
  • NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis ETSI’s Partnerships
  • EC and EFTA
  • ITU, IEC and ISO
  • European standards organizations (CEN, CENELEC)
  • Standards bodies in other regions (GSC)
  • CEPT
  • National Standards Organizations (NSO)
  • Fora and Consortia
  • Other bodies inside and outside Europe
  • R&D bodies and programmes
  • NO-REST
  • COPRAS
  • Etc.
  • NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis COPRAS Cooperation Platform for Research & Standards
  • COPRAS will streamline the interface between standardisation & research
  • An opportunity to coordinate ICT research and standardization efforts, also in the area of eSafety of road & air transport and ITS
  • Survey projects for standards related output
  • Analyse feedback & select projects to define Standardisation Action Plans with
  • Install mechanisms & tools for cooperation between research and standardisation, also across different areas
  • Arrange input from research projects into standardisation processes and promote new work items resulting from research project’s output
  • Ensure relevant input from standards bodies to research projects
  • NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis Collaborative group of organisations concerned with standardization and related activities in ICT COPRAS’ roots lie with European standardisation bodies & the ICTSB EBU ATM Forum ECMA International TeleManagement Forum Internet Society ERTICO Radicchio W3C The Open Group EICTA ECBS OASIS DVB OMG Standards bodies Industry Groups CEN CENELEC ETSI COPRAS was initiated by the 3 European Standards Organisations together with W3C and The Open Group, but backed by the ICTSB NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis A variety of stakeholders need collaboration between research and standardization Research and standardization aspects of the eEurope activity need to be linked with further IST deployment Standards need to available to the industry and the general public at an earlier time COPRAS Research projects have a cost-effective way of setting up an interface with the standards world Standards bodies can reduce overlap and better organise flow of relevant material NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis Background and objectives behind the COPRAS project
  • Interfacing with standardisation is required for research projects under Framework Programmes
  • Standardisation activities are many times already underway with respect to many aspects in IST
  • Structuring cooperation will reduce overlap and save resources on the side of research projects
  • Cooperation at an early stage will make research results available earlier to industry & society
  • Standardization processes Start Requirements analysis Tests & pilots End ‘Standardization gap’ Technical developments Halfway R&D project duration NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis COPRAS will streamline the interface between standardisation & research WHEREAS
  • Interfacing with standardisation is required for research projects under Framework Programmes
  • Cooperation at an early stage will make research results available earlier to industry & society COPRAS - FP6 Specific Support Action Project – aims to:
  • Survey FP6 projects for standards related output
  • Ensure relevant input from standards bodies to research
  • Install mechanisms & tools for cooperation between research and standardisation, also across different areas
  • Arrange input from research projects into standardisation processes and promote new work items resulting from research project’s output
  • NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis 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
  • NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis ETSI will continue to support innovation for the benefit of all
  • ETSI success is based on developing high quality standards and continuing to attract new members and work based on advocating the benefits of standards for society, individuals and industry
  • enable interoperability
  • encourages innovation, fosters enterprise and opens up new markets
  • creates trust and confidence in products
  • expands the market, brings down costs and increases competition
  • helps prevent the duplication of effort
  • Continued success will depend on adapting to an environment where technology evolves at a faster pace and where the nature of the change becomes discontinuous and disruptive NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis For more information...
  • ETSI web site: http://www.etsi.org/
  • general public information concerning ETSI
  • free standards download
  • promotional aspects
  • ETSI portal: portal.etsi.org
  • designed primarily for "standards practitioners"
  • easy access to data for each technical body
  • customized information retrieval for each technical body
  • access to;
  • Working documents
  • ETSI applications and databases
  • NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis Thank you for your attention! jorgen.friis@etsi.org NO-REST Workshop, 27 May 2005, ETSI Sophia Antipolis
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