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The Standards Watch of StandICT.eu monitors the status of ICT standards at international level, starting from the five priority areas of the Digital Single Market: 5G communications,cloud computing,cybersecurity,data technology, and IoT – Internet of Things.

In particular, special attention is given to the rapidly evolving ICT topics of: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, IoT. Gradually, the Standards Watch will be expanded to other ICT domains and topics, with the aim of better identifying gaps, needs & opportunities and consequently stimulating European Experts to pursue the openings granted by the StandICT.eu initiative.

The goal of this SA1 work item is to develop Stage 1 normative service requirements for multi-hop relay by enhancing the work done for “Indirect 3GPP Communication” in TS 22.278. 

This work will consider the potential requirements and KPIs in different domains (e.g. inHome, Smart Cities, Smart Farming, Smart Factories, Smart Energy, Public Safety, Logistics) identified and concluded in TR 22.866 and use them as the basis for developing stage 1 normative requirements. 

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3GPP SA1 has completed a study (FS_CMED) on the potential requirements and use cases involving usage of 3GPP interoperable communication technologies between medical devices and critical medical applications (TR 22.826). 

This work item focuses on normative requirements to enable a 3GPP system to adequately provide the connectivity between medical devices and critical medical applications. This work draws on the potential requirements identified in TR 22.826.

Specifically, requirements relating to the following will be documented:

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ISO/IEC TR 30117:2014 summarizes how the international standards, recommendations and technical reports dealing with identification cards, biometrics and/or information security relate to each other with regard to the joint use of biometrics and integrated circuit cards. It also provides further recommendations and policies needed by developers to integrate applications related to on-card biometric comparison.

March 2014
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ISO/IEC 19286:2018 aims to normalize privacy-enhancing protocols and services by

- using the mechanisms from parts of ISO/IEC 7816 and parts of ISO/IEC 18328 that contribute to security and privacy,
- providing discoverability means of privacy-enabling attributes,
- defining requirements for attribute-based credential handling, and
- identifying data objects and commands for ICCs.

January 2018
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This document establishes guidelines for the design format and data content of an ISO-compliant driving licence (IDL) in regard to both visual human-readable features and ISO machine-readable technologies. It creates a common basis for international use and mutual recognition of the IDL without impeding individual national/community/regional motor vehicle authorities in taking care of their specific needs.

August 2018
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ISO/IEC 12905:2011 specifies a set of data elements to be personalized into an integrated circuit card, encoding cardholder preferences. These data elements are to be retrieved from the card and to be used to indicate to the terminal that the user has special needs regarding the user interface. It is not intended to standardize the actual application programming interface or other terminal-specific software allowing the functionality, nor does it cover the actual alignment of the card to the card-reader slot.

July 2011
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