제9차 Gsc 서울회의 준비(안) 【 2004. 5. 9(일) ~ 5. 14(금), 서울 잠실 롯데월드 호텔 3층

제9차 Gsc 서울회의 준비(안) 【 2004. 5. 9(일) ~ 5. 14(금), 서울 잠실 롯데월드 호텔 3층

The Preparations for GSC-9 Rev.6 This document has been updated according to the outcomes from the GSC9 2 nd HoD Teleconference meeting on 13:00~14:30, GENEVA Time, February 26, 2004. Telecommunications Technology Association Contents The Consensus of GSC-8 HoD Discussion 3 GSC-9 Preparations Meeting Chairs Logistics Documentations .. Internet support Attendances ... 6 7 10 12 13

GSC-9 Draft meeting programs Meeting time schedule ... Opening Plenary, Joint Session .. GTSC/GRSC, Closing Plenary .... SWGs-EWG, IPR, User .... 02/02/20 14 15 16 17 2 The Consensus of GSC-8 HoD Discussion (1) GSC-8 had too many Observers. The hosts of future GSCs should i nvite fewer Observers. The final decision about which Observers to invite rests with the host PSO. The Opening GSC Plenary should be devoted to PSO reports. Obs ervers would no longer be invited to present reports to GSC. The ti me saved by eliminating Observer reports would allow twice as muc h time for PSO reports. The host PSO may invite Observers to present contributions during t he GRSC or GTSC sessions, but this would happen relatively infreq

uently. The HoD meeting on Sunday afternoon is an important meeting to fi nalize the agenda and identify key topics for the week. 02/02/20 3 The Consensus of GSC-8 HoD Discussion (2) The GSC agenda will be comprised of Continuing Topics. These Continuing Topics were agreed at the close of GSC-8 as follows. IMT-2000 and beyond (joint T and R) Emergency communications (joint T and R) Security and lawful interception (joint T and R) Broadband access (joint T and R) Internet Protocol over wireless (joint T and R) Forums and consortia (joint T and R) Identification and location services (R) Measurement uncertainties (R) Ad-hoc networking (R) Next Generation Network (T) 02/02/20 4 The Consensus of GSC-8 HoD Discussion (3) Each of the Continuing Topics is to be primed by a PSO at GSC-9. The primed PSO is responsible to present a keynote contribution on the Topic and be prepared to lead the discussion.

02/02/20 5 GSC-9 Preparations - Meeting Chairs TTA HoD : Mr. Hong-Goo Kim TTA GSC Coordinator : Mr. Byoung-Moon Chin GSC Chair TTA Chair : Mr. Ki-Shik Park TTA Vice Chairs : GSC-8, -10 Chairs TSACC, ATIS Rapporteur : Ms. Susan Hoyler TIA GTSC Chair Chair : Mr. Ki-Shik Park TTA Vice Chairs : GSC-8, -10 Chairs TSACC, ATIS Rapporteur : Mr. Ron Box ACIF GRSC Chair Chair : Mr. Kyu-Jin Wee TTA

Vice Chairs : GSC-8, -10 Chairs TSACC, TIA Rapporteur : Ms. Susan Hoyler TIA SWGs Chairs EWG WG : Mr. Kjell Strandberg IPR WG : Mr. Dan Bart TIA USER WG : Ms. Pamela Marsh ACIF 02/02/20 ETSI 6 GSC-9 Preparations - Logistics (1) Meeting Dates : May 9 13, 2004 Meeting Venue : 3rd Floor, The Lotte Hotel, Seoul-Jamsil Located at south-eastern part of Seoul, about 1 ~ 1.5 hours by Korean A ir Limousine Bus from In-cheon International Airport to the Hotel. Important! : The Lotte Hotel Seoul-Jamsil is different from the Lotte Hotel located at center of Seoul. Located at complex area with a big Shopping center and amusement pa rk. (Web site : http://www.lottehotel.co.kr )

Participant Accommodations The Lotte Hotel, Seoul-Jamsil 100 guest rooms has been blocked. Room rate : $120USD (subject to a 10% service charge) 02/02/20 7 GSC-9 Preparations - Logistics (2) Meeting room requirement and allocation 2 Big rooms : GSC, GRSC, GTSC Plenary meetings 3 Breakout rooms : HoD, SWGs EWG, IPR and USER 1 room : Secretariat and PC room GSC-9 Meeting Room Allot Meetings Rooms GSC/GRSC (150) CB1 GTSC (80) CB3 EWG WG (30) Pearl

Morning IPR WG (30) Ruby Afternoon USER WG (30) Jade Secretariat/PC Room Topaz 02/02/20 5/9(Sun) HoD, Mgt 5/10(Mon) 5/11(Tue) 5/12(Wed) 5/13(Thu)

GSC GRSC GRSC GSC GTSC GTSC Evening HoD Mgt 8 GSC-9 Preparations - Logistics (3) Reception : 18:00-, May 9(Sun), 2004 Welcome Dinner : 18:00-, May 10(Mon), 2004 Farewell Dinner : 18:00-, May 12(Wed), 2004 Ongoing Catering Continental Breakfast Lunch (would be sponsored by TTA members) Coffee Break : Twice a day Spouse Program

The detail program will be further announced as early as possible. 02/02/20 9 GSC-9 Preparations - Documentations (1) In the period between meetings ETSI LIST Serve will be used; HoD : [email protected] GSC : [email protected] (including the WGs: IPR/USER/EWG) GSC-GTSC : [email protected] GSC-GRSC : [email protected]st.etsi.org USER : [email protected] IPR : [email protected] EWG : [email protected] Before the meeting TTA GSC-9 Web site ( http://www.tta.or.kr/gsc )

02/02/20 GSC-9 document format HIS/ISS contact persons list The participants information The guideline for submission of contributions, etc 10 GSC-9 Preparations - Documentations (2) Documents submission schedule; Call for Papers : February 2004 Contributions: April 15, 2004 During the meeting TTA GSC-9 Web, Internal FTP USB-type Flash memory : for distributing final all output docume nts; instead of using CD-ROM, Floppy diskette Following the meeting TTA GSC-9 Web : All meeting document including Resolutions, Communique, Meeting summaries will be up-loaded. 02/02/20 11 GSC-9 Preparations - Internet support Wireless LAN (IEEE 11b) : Access Internet, e-mail

Cyber Caf : PCs, Wired LAN (fixed IP), printers, etc 02/02/20 12 GSC-9 Preparations - Attendances PSOs : ETSI, ACIF, TSACC, TTA, TTC, ARIB, ATIS, TIA ITU Invited Organization : CCSA Observer: IEEE, IETF, ISO/IEC JTC1,APT/ASTAP, CITEL, W3C, ANSI, ATMF Any other Organizations? 02/02/20 13 GSC-9 Draft meeting program(1) Times SUN (5/9) MON (5/10) TUE (5/11) 08:3010:00

Registration 08.0009:00 GRSC/GTSC Joint Session 08:30-10:00 10:0012:00 GSC-9 Opening Plenary 09:00-15:00 GRSC 10:0017:00 12:0013:00 Registration 13:0017:00 14:3015:00 HoD meeting 14:30-16:30 18:00- 02/02/20 GRSC

08:3017:00 GTSC 10:0017:00 GTSC 08:3017:00 THU (5/13) HoD MidCourse 07:3009:30 GRSC/GTSC Management 07:30-09:00 EWG GSC-9 Closing Plenary 09:00-17:00 08:30- LUNCH BREAK 13:0014:30 15:3017:00

WED (5/12) GTSC Mgt 16:30-17:30 GRSC Mgt 16:30-7:30 Reception 18:00- GSC-9 Opening Plenary (contd) GRSC (contd) -17:00 GTSC (contd) -17:00 GRSC (contd) -17:00 GTSC (contd) -17:00

GRSC/GTSC Joint Session 15:30-17:00 Welcome Dinner 18:00- User WG 18:00- Farewell Dinner 18:00- IPR 13:00- GSC-9 Closing Plenary (contd) -17:00 No Event 14 GSC-9 Draft meeting program(2) Opening Plenary GSC-8 Resolution Recap Brief Reports 8 PSOs, ITU, New Proposed PSO (CCSA),

3 SWGs, and Observers Joint GTSC/GRSC (HIS) IMT-2000 and Beyond Emergency Communications Security and Lawful Interception Broadband Access (including FWA) Internet Protocol over Wireless Fora and Consortia 02/02/20 15 GSC-9 Draft meeting program(3) GTSC-2 (HIS) NGN Architecture & Protocols End to End QoS Service Platforms Network Management Lawful/Legal Interception Security

Interworking of Services GRSC-2 (HIS) Identification & Location Services Measurement uncertainties Ad hoc networking Others FWA/RLAN, Satellite Services, D-Broadcasting, ITS, Radio Microphone Above others items are added reflecting the GRSC-1 report and GSC-8 resolutions Closing Plenary Welcoming New PSO - CCSA 02/02/20 16 GSC-9 Draft meeting program(4) EWG WG Future Working Methods IPR WG Patent Policies USER WG User Interest 02/02/20 17

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