Sophia Antipolis, 11 January 2017
ETSI is pleased to announce the creation of a new Industry Specification Group on cross-sector Context Information Management (ISG CIM) for smart cities applications and beyond.
Sophia Antipolis, 25 November 2016
By 2020 each person is expected to have an average of four connected devices.
Sophia Antipolis, 25 August 2016
Major standards organizations from around the world agree to work together to help move cities faster to greater smartness
In the wake of the World Smart City Forum, which was held on 13 July 2016 in Singapore, representatives of IEC, ISO, ITU, IEEE, CEN-CENELEC and ETSI gathered for a meeting initiated by the IEC. This, meeting was a global first and part of an ongoing dialog among standards organizations. The aim was to accelerate and better align Smart City standardization work, which is essential for successful Smart City deployment. Between 60% and 70% of humanity is expected to be living in urban environments by 2050.
Sophia Antipolis, 29 April 2016
ETSI's 5G summit, "from Myth to Reality", held last week at ETSI, attracted nearly 250 attendees. The summit focused on three key drivers for future 5G networks: massive mobile broadband, massive machine-type communication and ultra‐reliable and low latency communication. The summit was composed of four sessions of presentations, posters and panel discussions with speakers from across industry sectors.
Sophia Antipolis, 28 April 2016
The Internet of Things (IoT), 5G, Security and Privacy and the Role of Small and Medium-sized Business Enterprises (SMEs) were the focus of the 20th meeting of the Global Standards Collaboration (GSC), hosted by TSDSI in New Delhi, India 26-27 April 2016. These topics were chosen due to their significance for the development of future global communications. Approximately one hundred people from the twelve member organizations participated in the event.
Sophia Antipolis, 21 April 2016
ETSI signs Publicly Available Specifications agreement with HGI
ETSI and HGI are pleased to jointly announce that they have signed a Publicly Available Specifications (PAS) agreement during ETSI’s 67th General Assembly, on 19 April.
Now published by ETSI, newly updated global IoT standards from oneM2M will enable interconnection across devices and applications
Sophia Antipolis, 21 March 2016
Next release to incorporate security and interworking across IoT device ecosystems
ETSI has announced today that it has published the complete set of updated oneM2M Release 1 specifications. oneM2M, the global standards initiative for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT), and of which ETSI is a founding partner, recently issued updated editions of its Release 1 global specifications.
Sophia Antipolis, 18 November 2015
ETSI places MirrorLink® on path for adoption as an ETSI standard for connected car technology
The Car Connectivity Consortium, creators of MirrorLink®, today announced a co-operation agreement with ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) in which ETSI will formally explore adopting MirrorLink as an ETSI Technical Specification (TS). The CCC and ETSI reached the accord on 17 November at the 66th ETSI General Assembly meeting in Sophia Antipolis.
Sophia Antipolis, 7 May 2015
2,500 lives per year expected to be saved throughout Europe with eCall
On 28 April 2015, the European Parliament adopted the legislation on eCall type approval requirements and made it mandatory for all new models of cars to be equipped with eCall technology from 31 March 2018 onward.
Brussels, 27 February 2015
The European Standardization Organizations – CEN, CENELEC and ETSI – have presented the results of their joint work to prepare and develop standards that will enable the deployment of flexible and efficient electricity networks, known as 'Smart Grids'. The three organizations have confirmed that they will continue to cooperate with the European Commission, the energy industry and other stakeholders in order to disseminate these results and promote the use of the identified standards. They will also facilitate the development of any further standards that may be needed.