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WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 WWRF Working Group 2 Activities. STRATEGIC VISION on future research directions in the wireless field. Stefan Arbanowski, FOKUS stefan.arbanowski@fokus.fraunhofer.de Wolfgang Kellerer, DoCoMo Euro-Labs kellerer@docomolab-euro.com

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    1. WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 WWRF Working Group 2 Activities STRATEGIC VISION on future research directions in the wireless field Stefan Arbanowski, FOKUS stefan.arbanowski@fokus.fraunhofer.de Wolfgang Kellerer, DoCoMo Euro-Labs kellerer@docomolab-euro.com WWRF13, Jeju, Korea, Feb. 2-3, 2005

    2. WG2 Vision • “A wireless world, incorporating 3G systems and beyond, offering end-users I-centric services implemented on top of fully cooperating, easily deployed, compatible and secure Service Execution Environments operated by all authorised parties involved in the value network.” WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea

    3. WG2 SCOPE • Following the I-centric view, the white papers provided by Working Group 2 explain in detail what future service architectures have to provide and how such service architectures can be established. To come up with a complete picture, WG2 starts to analyze future service architectures from high level user requirements breaking that down to already available technologies and needed research activities. • WG2 focuses on the following clusters of research: • Open Service Architecture • Service Capabilities • New Service Building Blocks • Content Analysis and Management • New concepts for I-centric Communications • Mobile Service Platforms (incl. terminal aspects) • Service requirements to the underlying Communication Subsystems WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea

    4. WG2 Overall plan VISION • I-Centric Communications • Personalization, Ambient awareness, Adaptation • adaptable to each individual communication space • adaptable to the environment • intelligence in the system • integrating service enablers to control and manage the individual communication space • Current state • 5 whitepapers available  wg2.ww-rf.org (members only) • Next steps • Further identification of Wireless World’ building blocks Ref Model Arch WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea

    5. Values & Capabilities Values WG1 Safety Belonging Privacy Control Capabilities Self-Actualisation Human Capability Augmentation Ubiquity Personalization AmbientAwareness Consistency Adaptation WG2 Service Platform WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea

    6. Human Communication Space & Underlying Artefacts Money ??? Movie People Place News Knowledge Food WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea

    7. I-centric Communications Approach • Human beings communicate with their environment: • within a set of contexts • objects and their causality define a context • an object is every time part of one or many context(s) • an object can be modified / controlled / queried • Objects of interest: • have to be composable rules for context definition • have to be encapsulated  object + interface • have to be controllable  framework WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea

    8. Reference Model for I-Centric Communications Communication Space (Contexts & Objects) User Model & Appl. Scenarios Service Semantic Ambient Awareness Personalization Adaptation Service Bundling ServiceControl Service Discovery Service Creation Environment Monitoring Service Deployment ConflictResolution Generic Service Elements for all layers Application Support Layer Service Platform BusinessModel Service Execution Layer Service Support Layer IP based Communication Subsystem Network Control & Management Layer IP Transport Layer Networks Wired or wireless Networks Devices and Communication End Systems Terminals WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea

    9. Current State of WG2‘ WPs • Whitepapers • Terminology • Business Model part of Book of Visions 2004 • Personalization excerpts publ. in IEEE ComMag (Sept04) • Ambient Awareness • Adaptability • Next white papers: • Generic Service Elements & Enabling Technologies • Service Architecture WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea

    10. Terminology Whitepaper • Purpose • Defines basic terms used to describe I-centric communications (framework document) • Outline • Definitions • Object • Individual Communication Space • Context, Active Context • Preferences, Ambient Information • Personalization, Ambient Awareness, Adaptation • I-centric Service • Generic Service Elements • Business Model • Service Platform WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea

    11. Business Model Whitepaper • Purpose • One business model for Wireless World service architectures • Outline • What is a business model? • Definitions and methodology • Functional level vs. Strategic/organizational level vs. Financial level • Integration of models • Business topology • Intelligence inside network or terminal • Mobility features – mobile service vs. mobile user • Service lifecycle (creation, deployment, management, billing) • Benefits for operators and users (market value chains / networks) • Draft Business Model for the Wireless World WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea

    12. Ambient Awareness Whitepaper • Purpose • Development of integrated concepts for handling situational information • Outline • Definitions • Acquiring ambient information • Sensors in network, in devices or in the environment • Human-machine-interfaces, Actors themselves • Crunching (Interpreting) ambient information • Aggregating in relation to known reference • Communicating and relating to additional situational information • Different weight & ordering of the processing • Multi-modality • Identified research tasks WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea

    13. Personalization Whitepaper • Purpose • Personalized services that automatically reflect user needs • Outline • Introduction • Brief definition of Personalization (context, profile, pref., etc.) • General discussion • What is the profile ? Where is the profile ? • Who accesses the profile? How to secure the profile? • How to learn profile? • Identification of research issues WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea

    14. Adaptability Whitepaper • Purpose • Applications adapting dynamically to new situations (location, time, user needs, network and end-device capabilities) • Outline • Introduction • Brief definition of adaptation • List of typical situations when adaptation is needed • a substantial change in characteristics of connectivity, • entering into a new service domain, • changing terminal device in the service session. • List of research tasks • Identification of generic service elements • Description of generic service elements WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea

    15. Work Plan for 2005++ • White papers / White presentations • Provide WG2 roadmap and vision towards non-WWRF organizations • Liaison with mITF Service Platform Sub-Committee • reference model discussion incl. service categories, high level capabilities, semantic services, generic service elements, features • Cross working group / SIG activities to harmonize views, terminology, and common scenarios  ad-hoc bi/multilateral meetings • Interim white paper workshops WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea

    16. Credits to • All WG2 participants who did contribute by: • Presentations & discussions in WG2 meetings • Providing input to white papers • Provided input to BoV & other WG2 publications • Telematica Instituut, TNO, DoCoMo, NEC, Nokia, HIIT, Sony, Fraunhofer Fokus, Technical University Berlin, Siemens, University of Kassel, Ericsson, Motorola, Motorola, Lucent WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea

    17. Contact • See http://www.wireless-world-research.org/ • See http://wg2.ww-rf.org/ • mailto: arbanowski@fokus.fraunhofer.de • mailto: kellerer@docomolab-euro.com WWRF Briefing WG2-br1 · Kellerer/Arbanowski · wg2@wireless-world-research.org · 03/2005 · WWRF13, Korea