Past Events

1st ETSI TC M2M Workshop

Sophia Antipolis, France, 19-20 October 2010

Registrations for ETSI's first Machine-to-Machine Workshop exceeded all expectations and welcomed 220 delegates from diverse industrial sectors. This high degree of interest reflects the enormous potential that is foreseen for M2M applications and technologies.

Among the delegates already registered are representatives from the world's major telecommunication manufacturers and network operators, security companies, regulators, universities and research institutes. The workshop presented the current status of Machine to Machine standards work, both in ETSI and in other standards bodies, and examined how M2M capabilities will be one stepping stone amongst several toward the 'Internet of Things'.

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Future Network Technologies Workshop

Sophia Antipolis, France, 10-11 March 2010

Nearly 150 people registered for this first very interactive workshop organized by ETSI in Sophia Antipolis on the topic of Future Network Technologies.

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2nd ETSI TC ITS Workshop

Sophia Antipolis, France, 10-12 February 2010

The 2nd ETSI TC ITS Workshop, organised and hosted by ETSI in Sophia Antipolis, France, took place on 10-12 February 2010 under the auspices of HEAVY SNOW (Washington DC, Brussels, Munich, ETSI  !!!!)

Despite the weather, 115 people actively participated to this event (against 140 registered).

The agenda included numerous sessions, with presentations given by experts representing organizations such as ETSI, ERTICO, the European Commission and various European Research projects, as well as the private sector and universities.

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5th ETSI Security Workshop

Sophia Antipolis, France, 20 - 22 January 2010

The 5th ETSI Security Workshop, organised and hosted by ETSI in Sophia Antipolis, France, took place on 20-22 January 2010. 157 people showed interest and registered, which is an all time record !

The agenda included eight sessions, with presentations given by experts representing organizations such as the European Commission, ETSI, CEN, ITU-T, ENISA, ISO, NIST as well as the private sector, government and universities.

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