ETSI TR 103 582 considers communications involving IoT devices in all types of emergency situations, such as emergency calling, mission critical communications, Public Warning System communications and adds a new emergency communications domain identified as automated emergency response, where IoT devices can act after receiving a trigger to prevent hazardous situations.
The CWA2 project was launched within the framework of a so-called CEN CENELEC Workshop Agreement, with the support of Deutsche Institut für Normung (DIN).
56 organizations from a diverse range of industries, as well as industry associations representing hundreds more, have worked to develop a CWA setting out policy approaches that may be helpful to companies, individuals and policy-makers in evaluating SEP licensing.
ETSI produces globally applicable technical standards for ICT-enabled systems, applications and services that are widely deployed across all sectors of industry and society.
With this report the StandICT.eu project presents a description of the ICT standards and ongoing work at international level in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and a first analysis of the landscape.
An Overview Report to highlight the outcomes and activities of the most successful applications in the field of Cybersecurity in order to clearly understand which are the main European Gaps & Priorities tackled and how these people are tangibly contributing to the development of determined Standards (or supporting the related Working Groups).
BSI and PETRAS launched the new IoT Standards White Paper, Navigating and informing the IoT standards landscape: A guide for SMEs and Start-ups, at the BSI Standards Conference at Park Plaza on 25th April 2019.
Research for the White Paper has been led by Dr Irina Brass, Co-Investigator in the Standards, Governance and Policy Stream in PETRAS, and Chair of the BSI IoT-1 Technical Committee.
The purpose of these common guidelines is to provide in simple words practical guidance to the participants in their technical bodies in case patent or other intellectual property rights matters arise.
The rolling plan provides a unique overview of standardisation activities in the field of information and communication technologies (ICT) linked to EU legislation and policies, such as healthcare, cloud computing, intelligent transport systems, security, accessibility, Internet of Things, eGovernment, smart grids and many others.
It is crucial to clarify this link with European legislation and policies because ICT standards convey important technological requirements for privacy, security and accessibility.