The ETSI Industry Specification Group for cross-cutting Context Information Management (ISG CIM) has just released its first specification GS CIM 004. This specification defines a simple way to send or request data and its context such as the meaning, related information, source or licensing of that data.
ETSI has just released the Technical Specification TS 103 478. Developed by the ETSI special committee on Emergency Communications (EMTEL), the specification defines the requirements and architecture of Pan-European Mobile Emergency Applications (PEMEA).
ETSI’s group on Multi-access Edge Computing (ETSI MEC ISG) is pleased to announce upcoming Hackathons and the release of two white papers entitled“Cloud RAN and MEC: a perfect pairing” and “MEC deployments in 4G and evolution towards 5G”respectively.
ETSI has just launched a new Industry Specification Group called Augmented Reality Framework (ISG ARF). This new group aims to synchronise efforts and identify key use cases and scenarios for developing an Augmented Reality (AR) framework with relevant components and interfaces.
Technologies in Mission Critical Communications (MCC) are incorporating functionality with LTE, but during this transition period, the performance must not be affected, says Pierre Minot, president of ETELM, a manufacturer of advanced Mission Critical communications infrastructures.
ETSI is pleased to announce that the Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality Association (VRARA) has recently signed a Letter of Intent to collaborate on interactive VR and AR technologies delivered over emerging 5G networks and hosted on Multi-Access Edge Computing sites.
ETSI is pleased to announce the creation of a new Industry Specification Group “City Digital Profile” (ISG CDP) that will help accelerate the delivery of integrated citizen services and provide a technology road map for city leaders who will benefit from standardised solutions from their suppliers.
Most new cars sold today offer connectivity as a feature, whether standard or optional. Customers expect their navigation systems to be connected, to download real time traffic information and map updates.
Real-world deployments using oneM2M specifications will be demonstrated as part of ETSI IoT Week, giving attendees first-hand insight into how oneM2M is helping grow mass adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. The event will be held at ETSI’s headquarters, in Sophia Antipolis, France, from Monday, October 23 to Thursday, October 26.
Industry-wide collaboration will be the driving force behind a global adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT), according to IoT organisations and stakeholders who gathered in Bengaluru, India at the third oneM2M Industry Day, which was hosted by Telecommunications Standards Development Society India (TSDSI) in September.