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e. Mobility – A shared European Vision Dr. Fiona Williams Chairman, e. Mobility steering e. Mobility – A shared European Vision Dr. Fiona Williams Chairman, e. Mobility steering board http: //www. emobility. eu. org/ Fiona. Williams@ericsson. com

 • e. Mobility as a Technology Platform – Objectives – Mission – Rationale • e. Mobility as a Technology Platform – Objectives – Mission – Rationale for investment – The organisation and membership • The Vision & Strategic Research Agenda • Next Steps – meeting the global challenge

Key objectives of Technology Platforms • The drawing up of a Strategic Research Agenda Key objectives of Technology Platforms • The drawing up of a Strategic Research Agenda including long term vision • Identify technology and non-technology barriers to development, deployment and the use of technology • The achievement of the necessary critical mass for research and innovation • The mobilisation of substantial public and private funding • Projects in Framework Programme 7 will be carried out under the umbrella of the e. Mobility Technology Platform

Technology Platforms - The shared vision • Support the renewed Lisbon Strategy for a Technology Platforms - The shared vision • Support the renewed Lisbon Strategy for a competitive, knowledge-based society • Drive future technology developments in mobile and wireless communications that serve Europe's citizens and the European economy • Enhance cooperation between industry players, the research community and public authorities • Mid- to long-term vision (2015+ ) to maximise the benefit of mobile and wireless communications, thus enabling economic and social advances in the EU • Formulation of an action plan and time-table for the key developments • Evolution of a consistent policy, spectrum and regulatory framework

Mission Statement • Achieve full mobile access to applications for European citizens, building on Mission Statement • Achieve full mobile access to applications for European citizens, building on European strength in wireless communication • Develop the technology to provide optimal applications relying on the most promising technologies and network resources • Focus European R&D resources to exploit the coming business opportunities in mobile and wireless to the benefit of the European economy, and ensuring e. Inclusion especially for new member states

Rationale for investment • Mobile & wireless products and services have an economic impact Rationale for investment • Mobile & wireless products and services have an economic impact greater than the INTERNET • Public investments in other regions is growing rapidly (Asia, N. America) • Job creation – from 4 Million jobs now to 10 Million in 2010 • Europe should ride the next wave of wireless innovation • Mobile services account for about 3% of European GDP at present

Organisations by Category 82 industry 106 research 58 SME Open invitation to join the Organisations by Category 82 industry 106 research 58 SME Open invitation to join the e. Mobility Platform has motivated more than 246 organisations to sign up April 27 th, 2005 Brussels

Members per country 82 industry 106 research 58 SME 9 9 3 6 246 Members per country 82 industry 106 research 58 SME 9 9 3 6 246 members 26 1 5 1 23 12 12 10 1 2 6 4 1 5 7 54 1 21 2 19 Israel: 6

e. Mobility organisation § Public launch – March 18, 2005 in Brussels • Inaugural e. Mobility organisation § Public launch – March 18, 2005 in Brussels • Inaugural Meeting – April 5, 2005, in Brussels • General Assembly Expert Advisory Group Steering Board Mirror Group Meetings – April 27, 2005 in Brussels – October 11, 2005 in Brussels Executive Group Secretariat • Cross Technology Platforms Meeting – September 7, 2005 in Brussels – February 16, 2006 in Brussels • General Assembly – November 23, 2005, in Brussels with first elections of the Steering Board members • Strategic Research Agenda – Regularly updated … Working Groups on issues of common interest

e. Mobility Projects in the FP 7 timeframe Project C O M M O e. Mobility Projects in the FP 7 timeframe Project C O M M O N V I S I O N Project Strategic Research Agenda Project

 • e. Mobility as a Technology Platforms • The Vision & Strategic Research • e. Mobility as a Technology Platforms • The Vision & Strategic Research Agenda • Next Steps – meeting the global challenge

SRA Scope • Essential components of e-Mobility SRA • Identifying strategic & important research SRA Scope • Essential components of e-Mobility SRA • Identifying strategic & important research & technologies • In-line with FP 7 timeline and beyond • Shows full awareness of what is (has) being done in FP 6, Eureka and other programmes … • Builds on existing state-of-start, identifying new research issues to realise a long term Vision

Vision Basis: New User Requirements Utility Talking & Messaging Doing (alone) (person-to-person) Sharing (one-to-some) Vision Basis: New User Requirements Utility Talking & Messaging Doing (alone) (person-to-person) Sharing (one-to-some) Automating (machine-to-machine[s]) Publishing (one-to-many) Freetime Entertainment Work

The Shared Vision “Improving the individual’s quality of life, achieved through the availability of The Shared Vision “Improving the individual’s quality of life, achieved through the availability of an environment for the instant provision of and access to meaningful, multi-sensory information and content”

SRAv 4 To. C, November 2005 1. Vision of Future Mobile & Wireless Communications SRAv 4 To. C, November 2005 1. Vision of Future Mobile & Wireless Communications 2. Seamless User Experience 3. Business Infrastructures 4. Security and trust architectures 5. Ubiquitous Services 6. Ubiquitous Connectivity 6. 1 Ubiquitous Networks 6. 2 Access Radios 6. 3 Platforms and Implementation 6. 4 Opportunistic Communications 7. Basic & Multidisciplinary Research 8. Accompanying Measures – Non-Technical Barriers

Different Innovation Cycles in future research Refining the concepts Short cycles – up to Different Innovation Cycles in future research Refining the concepts Short cycles – up to ~ a year Dynamic evolution of services Regular updates of targets required Services Systems B 3 G in operation Validation with users Creating concepts Medium cycles – several years for IP based functions (e. g. for mobility) Networks Service Platforms Creating concept ideas Understanding users Long cycles – up to ~ a decade Investigation and test of new radio technology Regulation and allocation of spectrum Development of radio products Radio

Mobile Convergence Portable Media MP 3 PDA Smart Phone Convergent devices Cellular Phones DSC Mobile Convergence Portable Media MP 3 PDA Smart Phone Convergent devices Cellular Phones DSC Gaming Mobile Imaging Video

Numerous Devices, Services, Business Models, Connectivity Modes, Cross-Industry Interfaces Numerous Devices, Services, Business Models, Connectivity Modes, Cross-Industry Interfaces

Networks Connectivity üNetworking tomorrow will be as pervasive as microprocessors are today Services Corporate Networks Connectivity üNetworking tomorrow will be as pervasive as microprocessors are today Services Corporate Person Fixed Services WLAN al PA N 4 G 3 G 2. 5 G Community Home Vehicular VA N HAN CAN

Ubiquitous Services • Mobile applications and services are no longer separate “add-ons”, but are Ubiquitous Services • Mobile applications and services are no longer separate “add-ons”, but are an integral part of everyday life! This includes also personal service creation! • Service creation technology is a key enabler to boost the services market in Europe “Make service creation and delivery as easy as constructing and delivering Web pages”

Simplicity To Manage Complexity: User --Improved User Experience Industry --Minimising cost --Reducing innovation cycle Simplicity To Manage Complexity: User --Improved User Experience Industry --Minimising cost --Reducing innovation cycle

Capability Evolution -Efficiency Drive performance and efficiency beyond today’s limits Typical range (km) 30 Capability Evolution -Efficiency Drive performance and efficiency beyond today’s limits Typical range (km) 30 10 GSM GPRS EGPRS 1 UMTS HSDPA “ 4 G “Super 3 G ” ” 802. 16 802. 11 0. 01 0. 1 1 802. 11 b 0. 1 a 10 Typical user rate (Mbps)

New Approach to Efficiency • Current practice: • Air-interface and system-level protocols not designed New Approach to Efficiency • Current practice: • Air-interface and system-level protocols not designed together • System planning and protocols are designed based on fixed average statistics (particularly freq. allocation) whereas mobile networks are dynamic in nature • Future Approach: • Joint optimisation of link-level & system level • New system topologies • Adaptation (cross-layers) • Auto-planning (self-organisation) • Opportunistic Communications – DSA (Network) & DSS (Terminal-CR)

Security, Privacy & Trust Rationale • Technology convergence • Transactions across different networks • Security, Privacy & Trust Rationale • Technology convergence • Transactions across different networks • Context-based communications – Demand high emphasis on provision of network security for user’s trust, confidence and security of user’s information for privacy. Research Priorities • Secure Software Environment including O/S • Virus protection (virus, trojan, Do. S attacks)/Intrusion Detection • Secure exchange of user profile data • Safe Terminal Re-configurability • Secure Execution Environment • Secure SW Download

Special Thanks to EAG INT, France Prof. Djamal Zeghlache IMEC, Belgium Liesbet van der Special Thanks to EAG INT, France Prof. Djamal Zeghlache IMEC, Belgium Liesbet van der Perre Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal Prof. Luis Correira UPC, Spain Prof. Ramon Agusti University of Oulu, Finland Prof. Matti Latva-aho Univ. of Surrey, UK Prof. Rahim Tafazolli (Chair) Kings College London, UK Prof. Hamid Aghvami Aalborg University, Denmark Prof. Ramjee Prasad Cefriel, Italy Flavio Giovanelli Mobile VCE, UK Walter Tuttlebee KTH, Sweden Prof. Jens Zander VTT, Finland Kyösti Rautiola NTUA, Greece Prof. Miltos E. Anagnostou CEA-Leti, France Laurent Herault CEIT, Spain Prof. Pedro Crespo Alcatel, France Francois Carrez Motorola, France Marco Fratti Ericsson, Germany Fiona Williams Siemens, Germany Werner Mohr Nokia, Finland Juha Saarnio (Deputy Chair) Nokia, Finland Mika Klemettinen Bell Labs Europe, The Netherlands Franz Panken Ericsson, Sweden Göran Malmgren

 • e. Mobility as a Technology Platforms • The Vision & Strategic Research • e. Mobility as a Technology Platforms • The Vision & Strategic Research Agenda • Next Steps – meeting the global challenge

e. Mobility Relationships with other Bodies Other Technology Platforms National R&D Programmes bmb+f e. Mobility Relationships with other Bodies Other Technology Platforms National R&D Programmes bmb+f

Interaction between Technology Platforms • Sharing ideas - creating a larger space – Complementing Interaction between Technology Platforms • Sharing ideas - creating a larger space – Complementing areas - together addressing the entire value chain of the industry • Initial meetings between Technology Platforms “Core Groups” – Identifying common technology and non-technology barriers to development, deployment and the use of technology • Providing focus - maximising use of resources – Agreed areas of interest between different platforms provides means for good efficiency and less duplication • The Liaison officer’s responsibility – To carry out and initiate contacts identified

Research in a global context Research – Coordination – Standardisation… China/863 -projects US-activities EU-initiatives Research in a global context Research – Coordination – Standardisation… China/863 -projects US-activities EU-initiatives EU-projects ”Other” WWRF Technology Platforms Japan Korea Standardisation related Organisations • ITU-R • ITU-T • 3 GPP 2 • OMA • IETF • W 3 C • . . .

Global Activities on Future Systems North America • Research on systems beyond 3 G Global Activities on Future Systems North America • Research on systems beyond 3 G e. g. at Motorola, Nortel, Lucent etc. China Dominated by global IT industry • IEEE activities in • • • IEEE 802. 11 a, b, g, h, n IEEE 802. 15 IEEE 802. 16, a, d, e IEEE 802. 20 IEEE 802. 21 • UMTS enhancements • Research on systems beyond 3 G in FP 6 d 3 G a spre ide- r ) DMA 0, WC a 200 n t (cdm Japadeploymens of 3 G yond 3 G t e • 3 G ms b 3 G emen hanc syste r • En earch on sal Supe o s • Re o. Mo prop C • Do • Claims from start-ups and IT companies to provide 4 G solutions Europe • 3 G licenses not yet granted • Research on beyond 3 G in 863 Fu. TURE Project • Joint Research Center Shanghai e • Flarion (Fast Low Latency Access with und ea nt with w tive) Seamless Handoff and OFDM) Korelucta nt eriva • Arraycomm – advanced antenna technology AX d G • R ployme o (Wi. M ) and SDMA nd 3 r de Wi. B nt (3. 5 G s beyo • Navini Networks – Advanced beamforming m PI / e • H velopm on syste technology for range & coverage h de • IP Wireless – TD-CDMA with IP core network earc Res • Aperto Networks – Fixed Broadband Wireless • Access vendor CJK – China, Japan, Korea • Redline Communications – Fixed BWA • Cooperation on government level, one • Airspan – Fixed BWA working group on mobile • Alvarion – Fixed BWA • Intel – Active in 802. 16 development and its communication Globally promotion in Wi. MAX • Cooperation between SDOs • ITU-R Framework • Many activities are on short-range and WLAN Recommendation enhancements • WWRF, since 2001

Europe is being challenged ! • Asian countries, such as China and Korea, are Europe is being challenged ! • Asian countries, such as China and Korea, are making substantial efforts to overtake Europe in this strategically crucial domain • The USA dominates in the short-range wireless technology sector and invests its defense budget in supporting technological advances Europe today accounts for around one third of global ICT sales, which are growing at 5% per year, with double-digit growth in emerging markets such as India and China

Scope of e. Mobility to address the challenges • Competitive phase – Competition law Scope of e. Mobility to address the challenges • Competitive phase – Competition law has to be respected – Limited cooperation • Semi-competitive phase – Specification and standardisation – Industry standards and proprietary solutions also possible and relevant • Pre-competitive phase – Collaborative research, much cooperation • Collaboration at European level must add value

Potential topics beyond research Large-scale European approaches to system research and development Market Development Potential topics beyond research Large-scale European approaches to system research and development Market Development - How to meet the demand of the world markets Regulations for growth - How to stimulate the internal European organisation/market Standards and specifications for seamless services - How to create “seamless” e. Mobility Infospace and services infrastructure - How to establish the capabilities required (Usage driven) Developing the technology base for leadership - How to get the techno-economics right

Impact of R & D will be on … • e. Governance – Communication Impact of R & D will be on … • e. Governance – Communication between state & citizen • Environmental and personal security – Always-on sensing and monitoring • Societal interactions – Interpersonal and person-business relationships as well as behavior will change • Increased industrial efficiency – Always-everywhere brings new business models, revolutionising value-chains

Meeting the Challenge • Competing in a changing world Leadership requires concerted efforts of Meeting the Challenge • Competing in a changing world Leadership requires concerted efforts of all players including regulators and governments to provide the environment needed for growth • Consensus building Complexity and need for global standards, requires cooperation beginning with research • Europe’s industry is fully committed 10 -20% of turn-over are committed to R & D, where the collaborative R&D comprises less than 1% April 5 th, 2005 Brussels

Thank you for listening! Thank you for listening!