Sunday, 11 January 2008 16:30 - 18:00
Location: Copper Room
Consumer Device Management -- Industry Standards and Solutions
Abstract: Today, services and applications are being deployed on a wide range of devices. How to manage these devices is a concern to the service provider, application developer, and device manufacturer. For example, deploying services to consumer electronics devices for residential applications, hand held devices for mobile applications and end user devices prevalent in today's corporate networks. This panel of leading standards organizations executives will discuss the architecture and remote management specifications and tools available today for device management. The panel will look at the current initiatives within each group, and set a baseline for what is already being accomplished in this arena. From this discussion, the picture will become clearer of where opportunities and obstacles still lurk. In addition, the vision beyond today's commercial requirements will emerge to frame a discussion of the next steps and possibilities inherent in new technologies under development. Our hope is that this frank discussion will help align the industry and provide a catalyst for future technology solutions.
Moderator: Stan Moyer, Telcordia, USA
Stan Moyer, Strategic Research Program, Telcordia , President,OSGi Alliance
Stan Moyer is Executive Director and Strategic Research Program Manager in the Applied Research area of Telcordia Technologies, where he has worked since 1990. Stan is currently president of the OSGiT Alliance and is also a member of the board and treasurer for the IEEE Communications Society.
Frank den Hartog, TNO &, Co-Chair, Home Gateway and Network Architecture Group , Home Gateway Initiative
Jaime Fink, VP Technology & Strategy, 2Wire & Broadband Forum
Jim Hunter, CTO & Chief Architect, 4Home
AndrÃ© Bottaro, France Telecom Group
Sunday, 11 January 2008 16:30 - 18:00
Location: Silver Room
Context Aware Mobile Services - Beyond Location Information
Abstract: Mobile services enjoy unprecedented popularity with an ever growing ecosystem of Mobile 2.0 applications entering the market daily. But in spite of this over-heated marketplace, voice is still the killer app in mobile services. The next generation of mobile applications begin to embed context aware functionality and in particular the new applications make use of location information to provide navigation and relevant search applications as well as some social networking and micro blogging capabilities. Capturing and understanding user context is key to offering personalized and relevant services. In the panel we will discuss emerging context aware services and some of the technical issues that are involve in capturing rich user context.
Moderator: Shoshana Loeb, Telcordia, USA
Shoshana Loeb is an Executive Director in the Applied Research organization at Telcordia Technologies leading efforts focused on the creation of new market-driven products and services for next generation universal services platforms (4G, 5G and 6G services), mobile phone applications including location based services, social networking, navigation services, automotive Telematics application and Tele-health as well as media and video based cell phone applications that address the long-tail of e-commerce, and the development of new business opportunities and innovative business models for commercialization. She was showcased by NPR as a distinguished woman and Science and Technology and was the founder and CEO of Elity Systems, a venture backed startup which is now part of Unica (UNCA). Dr. Loeb holds an award-winning Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from The Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel and a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence at Yale University. She is a co-author of "The Fabric of Mobile Services" Wiley's and Son, 2009 forthcoming, and the author of "Filtering of Information Streams", Springer 2009, forthcoming.
Niall Berkery, Vice President at CCAS/ATX Group, Cross Country, USA
Prof.dr.ir. I.G.Niemegeers, Chairman telecommunications Department, Faculty of EEMCS
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Greg Skibiski - CEO of Sense Networks
Monday, 12 January 2008 16:30 - 18:00
Location: Copper Room
Standardization Map of the Consumer Electronics Industry
Abstract: The panel will discuss what the future networking standards the attendees should be looking for in the consumer communications spaces and explore the question of relevance of information SDOs in the industry.
Moderator: Clint Chaplin, Samsung Electronics
Clint Chaplin works on home networking technology standards for Samsung Electronics, with a current emphasis on UWB and 802.11 technologies. He was the founder and chair of the IEEE 802.11 Task Group r, which developed an amendment to 802.11 to speed up the handover process. He is also active in the IEEE Standards Organization Standards Board.
With more than 30 years of engineering experience in computer technology, he previously worked at Symbol Technologies in their Wireless Systems division, where he architected the management infrastructure for 802.11 system control, as well as working on or leading several wireless security projects. He also was active in IEEE 802.11 Task Group i, as well as the Wi-Fi Alliance where he was elected to the position of Technical Chair and subsequently elected to the position of BoD Chair. Before Symbol Technologies, he worked for DesaWare, Microsoft, MicroLabs, and Sirius Systems Technologies/Victor Technologies. He has a Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering, a Masters of Science in Computer Science, and a Masters of Engineering with a concentration in high speed digital communications from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.
John Barr, Director, Standards Realization, Motorola
Bob Heile, Chairman, ZigBee Alliance
Ed Barrett, Staff Engineer, Technology Standards Office, Sony
Rob Fish, Senior Vice President, Mformation Technologies, Inc.
Alexander Gelman, CTO, NETovations Group