When Standards support Policies
Monday 14 November 14:30 to 18:00
When Standards Support Policies: the case of IOT and the digitization of industry
A policy session in the scope of the ETSI IoT/M2M week
Digitization of industry, ICT standards priorities, Joint Initiative on standardization: EU policy makers are laying out ambitious plans for the (digital) single market and Europe competitiveness in the global digital economy. These plans address directly the question of standardization and assign to it a key role in supporting policy objective
The case of the digitalization of European industry and the Internet of Things in particular raises specific issues insofar that it implies the involvement of very diverse parties to serve very diverse use cases and business cases.
In the scope of the ETSI IoT/M2M Workshop 2016, this session will gather policy makers and industrial players to discuss how and when standards can best support policy objectives, what type of standards, and how to ensure an effective collaboration between diverse interested parties.
|14:30||Opening Speech: Standards and policy, an evolving relationship
Luis Jorge Romero, ETSI Director General
|14:45||Digitizing industry, why and how the digital DG counts on standards to deliver on Digital Single Market objectives
Emilio Davila Gonzalez, Unit Start-ups & Innovation, EC DG Connect
|15:10||What can ICT standards do for us?
Christophe Gossard, Strategic Standards Manager Region 2, John Deere
|15:30||Nobody will do it alone: the oneM2M platform
Omar Elloumi, Nokia, Chair of Technical Plenary oneM2M
|16:10||Standards in Support of EU Competitiveness
Jean François Aguinaga, Head of Unit Standards for Growth, EC DG GROW
|16:30||News from friends: policies on digitization of industry in India and the role assigned to standards
Aurindam Bhattacharya, C-DOT, Telecom Technology, Centre of the government of India
What standardization and what standards to best support the digitization in industry
With the participation of:
Luis Jorge Romero, Emmanuel Darmois
|18:00||Meeting closes - Networking cocktail|
The event is followed by the ETSI IoT/M2M Workshop 2016 (15-17 November) which is open to all and free of charge.