“A strengthened European presence in the International ICT Standardisation scene - The tangible impact of StandICT.eu on ICT technology Standards”

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07 Nov

“A strengthened European presence in the International ICT Standardisation scene - The tangible impact of StandICT.eu on ICT technology Standards”

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Description and Scope

StandICT.eu is a 24-month EC funded project whose most prominent goal is to tackle the need for a more harmonised ICT Standardisation landscape by achieving the following objectives:

  1. Increase the European presence in the international ICT Standardisation landscape
  2. Provide financial support to European ICT Specialists to join Standard Developing Organisations and technical bodies worldwide
  3. Ensure positive impact on Research & Business from a more streamlined ICT Standards scene

StandICT.eu managed to attain significant accomplishments throughout its lifespan supporting Experts coming from the most important ICT fields of the Digital Single Market as well as covering arising technology as defined in the ICT Rolling Plan for Standardisation.
Here some of the most relevant key-aspects:

  • 259 Funded Applicants
  • 500 Eligible Applications received
  • Successful coverage of DSM ICT domains such as 5G, Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, Internet of Things, Big Data plus arising trends as Artificial Intelligence, ITS, eInvoicing and Smart Cities
  • Grantees from 20 European countries
  • Wide distribution of funds throughout European and International SDOs

In our Webinar, we wish to bring into spotlight the concrete impact of StandICT.eu on ICT Standardisation scenario by giving voice to the successful applicants coming from different background.

The Webinar will also be the chance to get a closer understanding of the Standards Watch, the new mapping tool of the principal activities in ICT Standardisation with the possibility for the ICT community to contribute through the WikiWatch feature.

 

Key Takeaways

  • How StandICT.eu contributed to address EU priorities & Gaps in Standardisation in the most important ICT domains
  • How the project brought European expertise in international Technical Bodies, for a and consortia
  • Understand why an harmonised ICT Standards landscape is beneficial for Business, Market and Research
  • Lesson learned and needs of the ICT community for the coming future
  • Overall presentation of the Standards Watch and WikiWatch

 

Who should attend

  • Members and people involved in SDOs & SSOs
  • Industry players, including SMEs
  • All interested in international ICT Standardisation at a large extent

 

Agenda

10:00-10:10 Welcome and Introduction:

Silvana Muscella, Trust-IT Services & StandICT.eu Coordinator and Moderator

StandICT.eu: a 24 months journey to support the future of ICT Standardisation in Europe and beyond

10:10 - 10:20  Focus on Cybersecurity

Rusne Juozapaitiene, Representative in ETSI TC Cyber & StandICT.eu funded applicant 

10:20 - 10:30 Focus on Artificial Intelligence 

Patrick Bezombes, Chair of French Standardisation Committee on AI and Big Data & StandICT.eu funded applicant

10:30 - 10:35  Francesco Osimanti, Trust-IT Services & StandICT.eu Deputy Coordinator

Standards Watch: A bird's-eye view on the global ICT Standardisation landscape

10:35 - 10:45  Focus on 5G

Oliver Holland, Senior Researcher at King's College London, Chair of IEEE Tactile Internet Standards WG & StandICT.eu funded applicant

10:45 - 10:55 - Focus on IoT 

Maria Ines Robles, PhD Researcher at Aalto University, Co-Chair of IETF ROLL WG & StandICT.eu funded applicant

10:55 - 11:05  Ray Walshe, Chair EAG StandICT.eu & Researcher at Insight National Centre for Data Analytics

ICT Standardisation areas in need of European intervention: proposals and actions

11:05 - 11:15 Katharina Sehnert, Project Manager at DIN Deutsches institut fur Normung e. V.

"How National exchange platforms can drive ICT Standardisation in Europe - An example from Germany"

11:15 - 11:25 Closing and final questions

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Speakers
Silvana Muscella is CEO & founder of Trust-IT Services & CEO & co-founder of COMMpla. She tackles high-level strategy building, business acquisition, coordination & strategic marketing and communication developments namely in ICT in standards, energy efficiency, cybersecurity & cloud computing tools & services. High-Level Expert Group Chair of the HLEG EOSC -European Open Science Cloud [2017-2018]. 
Rusne Juozapaitiene is a certified data protection officer and privacy consultant. She is an active member and expert at the Lithuanian Standard Board and has experience in standardisation activities: she is a Chairwoman of the ISO TC 260 in Lithuania, member of the Chairman's advisory group, also a member of the ISO TC 262 and ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27 committees. As the Lithuanian expert and representative, she participates in the CEN/CLC/JTC 13 and is a member of the WG 5. As ANEC representative at the ETSI TC Cyber, she represents consumers in digital standardisation activities, ensuring the safety, accessibility, interoperability and privacy of ICT products & services.
Patrick Bezombes is Ingenieur general de l'armement (Brigadier general). In his last position, he has personally written the French doctrine on the Use of Artificial Intelligence and automated systems published in July 2018 and has been key in the setting of an Ethic committee for the French Armed Forces. Patrick Bezombes is now working as consultant in charge of the French standardisation coordination for AI. In parallel, Patrick Bezombes is chair of the French standardization Committee on AI and Big Data, co-convenor of the CEN-CENELEC European focus group on AI standardization and French head of delegation at the ISO-IEC/SC 42 for AI.
Francesco Osimanti is a Marketing Specialist & Digital Copywriter. He is in charge for the development of Communication and Dissemination Strategies for a wide array of clients with special focus on content creation and on-site SEO. He is currently actively involved in Trust-IT on European funded projects on communication and dissemination focused within the areas of cybersecurity and privacy and ICT Standards. Francesco, since late 2017 is also a key actor in supporting European funded projects in the Common Disseimation Booster and serves project cluster groups in making them more aware in their dissemination activities.
   
Maria Ines Robles is interested in technologies related to Internet of Things (IoT), mainly its architecture, routing and management. She is currently pursuing a PhD at Aalto University in Espoo, Finland. Her research is focused on the efficient group management for Internet of Things (IoT) networks. At the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), she is co-chair of the IETF Routing Over Low power and Lossy networks (roll) Working Group since 2014, additionally she integrates the IETF IoT directorate, the IETF routing directorate and the IETF gen-art review team.
Invited Talks, Keynote Speaker, Standards Leader in AI, BigData, Cloud @Dublin City University (DCU). United Nations Standards Expert Group UNECE WP6, Digital Leader - World Economic Forum, IEEE European Public Policy Committee for ICT, Chair of Expert Advisory Group StandICT.eu, Steering Committee JIS - European Commission. ISO/IEC JTC1 SC42 Artificial Intelligence Lead Editor Big Data Reference Architecture. Researcher at Insight National Centre for Data Analytics, Researcher at ADAPT Centre for Global Content DCU. Funded Projects by SFI, EI, EU FP7 and H2020.
Katharina Sehnert has been working in digital technologies at DIN e.V. since 2017. Among others, she is the project manager of the German standardization subcommittee on AI and Big Data and secretary of the ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 42/JWG 1 - Governance implications of AI. In addition, Ms. Sehnert is responsible in her function at DIN for the work in the accompanying research on technology programs in the area of Industry 4.0 and supervises further standardization projects in the areas of Artificial Intelligence and Industry 4.0. Prior to that, she worked with Heartbeat Music UG as a managing director.