Past Events

From Research To Standardization

Sophia Antipolis, France, 10-11 May 2016

On 10-11 May 2016 in its Headquarters in Sophia Antipolis, ETSI will organize a Workshop on the subject “From Research To Standardization” in the context of the H2020 program of the European Commission.


Webinar: The Radio Equipment Directive is coming in June 2016 – will you be ready?

15:00 CEST on ETSI BrightTalk Channel, 7 September 2015

From 13 June 2016, European Union Member States will apply new rules for placing radio equipment on the European market and putting them into service. The new Radio Equipment Directive will apply to much more equipment than its predecessor: anything which used radio for communications will need to meet these new requirements to be placed on the market in the EU. This webinar will explain how industry can access the EU market using ETSI “Harmonised Standards”, and how the standards provide a technical base line for National authorities to ensure a level playing field in Europe.


6th ETSI ITS Workshop

Berlin, Germany, 12-13 February 2014

The 6th ETSI Workshop on Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) took place on 12-13 February 2014 and was kindly hosted by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (DE) in the city of Berlin, Germany.


eSignature & electronic Trust Services standardization workshop

Sophia Antipolis, France, 3 December 2013

ETSI organized a workshop on E-signatures & Electronic Trust Services standardization that took place in Sophia Antipolis on 3rd December 2013. 


ETSI Reconfigurable Radio Systems Workshop

Cannes, France, 12 December 2012

Towards the introduction of reconfigurable radio systems in Europe


Workshop on TSP Conformity Assessment

Berlin, Germany, 29 November 2012

ETSI TC ESI is developing standards for trust services to support electronic signatures and related services for securing e-commerce and online services.  Such trust services provide "digital certificates" which secure the authenticity of identities, and associated keys, which are then used to secure modern e-Commerce and Internet services in line with EU legislative requirements.