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GSC 11_OPEN_24 a 1 WWI – Contributing to prosperous global mobile communications Discovering the GSC 11_OPEN_24 a 1 WWI – Contributing to prosperous global mobile communications Discovering the Wireless World in a user friendly environment Werner Mohr Siemens AG – on behalf of WWI Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 1

Outline Trends and future developments Mission and objective of WWI organisation WWI projects in Outline Trends and future developments Mission and objective of WWI organisation WWI projects in Phase II – – – Mobi. Life SPICE Ambient Networks II WINNER II E 2 R II MOCCA – Liaison project Relation to WWRF Conclusions Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 2

Vision 2010: A picture from the future Source: Siemens AG Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: Vision 2010: A picture from the future Source: Siemens AG Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 5

Targets for mobile systems B 3 G • ITU-R Framework Recommendation M. 1645 • Targets for mobile systems B 3 G • ITU-R Framework Recommendation M. 1645 • System capabilities as targets for research and investigation Mobility High IMT-2000 Medium Enhanced IMT-2000 New Radio Interface New Mobile Access Enhancement New Nomadic / Local Area Wireless Access Low 1 10 Low 100 Medium 1000 High Communication speed / Carrier bitrate (Mbit/s) • Starting point for the establishment of WWI Source: ITU-R Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 6

WWI Mission and Objective WWI Mission Mobilising the European contribution to the Wireless World WWI Mission and Objective WWI Mission Mobilising the European contribution to the Wireless World WWI Objective · To define, design and validate systems and functions that provide: Users with an excellent user experience, – While minimising the financial investment required – Source: WWI Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 8

WWI strategy · WWI comprises a series of complementary cooperating projects in Framework Program WWI strategy · WWI comprises a series of complementary cooperating projects in Framework Program 6 of the EU · To elaborate a common vision on a beyond 3 G system concept · To promote the shared vision on a world-wide basis · To promote pre-standardisation activities between the players of the global mobile market, including vendors, network operators, service providers, regulators and research communities Source: WWI Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 9

WWI key concept Multi. Sphere Concept User Centricity User-centricity means that the users’ needs, WWI key concept Multi. Sphere Concept User Centricity User-centricity means that the users’ needs, expectations and requirements will be considered and supported by all system levels, from access and core networks to service platforms and applications Source: WWRF Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 10

WWI international collaboration Canada & US Europe Asia • Over 100 different organisations, over WWI international collaboration Canada & US Europe Asia • Over 100 different organisations, over 50 academic institutions • Over 700 people working within WWI projects Australia • Network operators, manufacturers, universities, R&D centres and several SME’s are partners in the projects • Almost every European Member State is represented. Australia, Canada, China, Israel, Japan, Korea, Norway, Singapore and Switzerland are also represented by partners in the projects Source: WWI Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 11

WWI projects WWI Steering Board WWI Coordination Team User acceptance MOCCA Business models System WWI projects WWI Steering Board WWI Coordination Team User acceptance MOCCA Business models System interfaces Mobi. Life AN WINNER E 2 R SPICE Validation S 4 ALL Migration Phase I WWI Integrated Projects Current WWI Cross Issues Source: WWI Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Liaisons Phase II WWI Integrated Projects Slide 12

Three phases of WWI Source: WWI Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide Three phases of WWI Source: WWI Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 13

IST-511607 Life Goes Mobile with Mobi. Life Overall Mobi. Life Objectives Bring advances in IST-511607 Life Goes Mobile with Mobi. Life Overall Mobi. Life Objectives Bring advances in mobile applications and services within the reach of users in their everyday life by innovating and deploying new applications and services based on the evolving capabilities of 3 G systems and beyond R&D new applications, services and frameworks R&D enabling technologies for applications and services Explore and remove hurdles between service development and deployment Integrate and exploit existing and new service components/enablers/technologies Convergence Evolution Revolution Demonstrate and disseminate Existing “Mass-Market” Environments Technologies Advanced Existing and Near Future Environments Non-Existing Further Future Environments User Needs Business Models Future Communication Systems Source: Mobi. Life Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 15

SPICE Service enablers Source: SPICE Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 17 SPICE Service enablers Source: SPICE Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 17

Ambient Networks beyond 3 G • Realising the need for transient, spontaneous merging of Ambient Networks beyond 3 G • Realising the need for transient, spontaneous merging of heterogeneous networks & network resources (“composition” of networks) • Enabling competitive & cooperative networking (with limited sharing of resources & functions) • Common Control facilities of networks • Migration & Integration of legacy networks & technologies Network A Ambient Connectivity Network A+B Network B Ambient Connectivity Source: Ambient Networks Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 19

Flexible radio interface Multihop Deployment Usercentricity BS Spectrum Flexibility Medium Access Control bandwidth Segmentation, Flexible radio interface Multihop Deployment Usercentricity BS Spectrum Flexibility Medium Access Control bandwidth Segmentation, FEC Coding Resource scheduling buffer 2 G 2 G 3 G B 3 G unlicensed carrier frequency Cooperation Resource scheduler Spatial Processing GSM / GPRS VHO UMTS BS WINNER Source: WINNER Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 22

E 2 R II enabler of seamless experience Beyond 3 G (B 3 G) E 2 R II enabler of seamless experience Beyond 3 G (B 3 G) Systems End-to-End Reconfigurability is the key enabler for providing a seamless experience to the end-user and the operators: Managing and increasing resilience of growingly complex architectures Reducing costs of communication systems Providing flexibility to developers of services and applications Source: E 2 R Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 23

Scope and Objective MOCCA Scope 4 The scope is to address mobile and wireless Scope and Objective MOCCA Scope 4 The scope is to address mobile and wireless issues within: · Research Programs in European Research Area (ERA) and in Asia and the US, · Researchers and projects in the ERA and their counterparts in the developing regions of the world · Collaboration on the research and development of future mobile and wireless systems, including services and applications MOCCA Strategic Objective 4 MOCCA will facilitate European and international collaboration on future mobile and wireless systems and their applications paving the way towards harmonised international standards Source: MOCCA Event: GSC-11 Chicago Event: The International Conference on Beyond 3 G Date: May 29, 2006 Date: October 18 and 19, 2005, Shanghai, China Slide 25

MOCCA/WWI Workshop March 30, 2006 Topic 1. Speaker 0900 – 0930 1. 1 Welcome MOCCA/WWI Workshop March 30, 2006 Topic 1. Speaker 0900 – 0930 1. 1 Welcome 1. 2 Technical approach to WWI Do. Co. Mo Euro-Labs / Ni. CT Henrik Abramowicz, Ericsson 2. 1 2. 2 2. 3 2. 4 Mika Klemettinen, Nokia Matthias Wagner, Do. Co. Mo Eurolabs Johan Hjelm, Ericsson 2. a 2. b 0930 – 1140 Introduction User centric research methodologies and evaluating user acceptance Context management Novel service architecture 1100 – 1140 Christophe Cordier, France Telecom Fiona Williams, Ericsson 3. 1 Introduction 3. 2 WWI approach to business modeling 3. 3 Key security solutions in WWI 3. 2. 5 Service platform issues 2. 6 Studies on users and requirements of emerging markets Didier Bourse, Motorola Olivier Braet, VUB Peter Schoo, Do. Co. Mo Eurolabs 1140 – 1245 4. 1400 – 1525 4. 1 4. 2 4. 3 4. 4 4. 5 Introduction The Ambient Networks architecture E 2 R system architecture and reconfiguration management plane (RMP) Multi-radio access architecture The key to dynamic reconfigurability in RUNES and ARTEMIS, the European initiative within Embedded Systems 5. 1 5. 2 5. 3 5. 4 5. 5 5. 6 Introduction Overviewof WINNER system concept Air interface principles Coding technique for new air interfaces s Reconfigurable Radio Resource and Spectrum Management 5. 6. Henrik Abramowicz , Ericsson Norbert Niebert, Ericsson Zachos Boufidis, University of Athens Johan Lundsjö, Ericsson András Toth, Ericsson 1600 – 1745 EVEREST’s view on Radio Resource Management Strategies for 3 G and Beyond Jörn von Häfen, Siemens Göran Klang, Ericsson Thierry Lestable, Samsung Panagiotis Demestichas , UPRC Oriol Sallent, UPC 1745 – 1800 6. 1 Summary & Conclusions Source: WWI Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Henrik Abramowicz, Ericsson Slide 27

Conclusions · WWI comprises a series of complementary cooperating projects in Framework Program 6 Conclusions · WWI comprises a series of complementary cooperating projects in Framework Program 6 of the EU · Major stakeholders from the – – manufacturer network operator R&D center and academic domain · These projects address the entire value constellation from a system perspective · International cooperation is an integral part of WWI in order to prepare future standardisation Source: WWI Event: GSC-11 Chicago Date: May 29, 2006 Slide 29