Results from previous meeting(s):
2017-01 2016-05 2015-102015-02 2014-06
2012-05 2011-11 2011-03 2010-07 2009-10 2009-01
2008-04 2007-06 2006-11 2006-04 2005-07 2004-11
2004-01 2003-05 2002-10
Executive Summary of the ITU-T Study Group 16 Meeting
(Macao, China, 16-27 October 2017)
Numbers and other links
- Reviewed 122
Contributions and handled 303
- Started 17 new work items.
Consented Recommendations: 26 at this meeting (54 in 2017-01).
- Recommendations Decided/Determined/Approved: none at this meeting.
- Recommendations agreed for Deletion: none at this meeting.
Other texts approved: (Total: 7) 1 supplement, 2 implementers guides, 4 technical papers and one set of video-related documents (no appendices, implementors guides, technical reports or other documents).
- List of
pre-approved interim meetings: see
related link; one meeting of WP2/16.
- Final text of the 35 outgoing
Liaison Statements: see
- The meeting had registered 168 participants during the meeting period (compared to 155 at the previous meeting). Remote participation services were provided to 12 delegates for participation at a few specific sessions (7%; down from 10%); some delegates joined both remotely and physically. The final
list of participants is available in
- SG16 agreed to join the SME Trial agreed by ITU Council 2017 [TD153/Plen] aiming at identifying novel areas of work and attracting new members.
- The first meeting of the
JCA on multimedia aspects of e-services (JCA-MMeS) was held to help coordinate the standardization work on multimedia aspects of e-services. With the
agreement of SG16, the list of tasks for the JCA was updated to highlight emerging areas: digital finance services (DFS), distributed ledger technologies (DLT), e-agriculture, e-forestry and e-aquaculture. Updates are found in the
New joint collaborative team on video launched: The most significant milestone met at this meeting was the launch of the formal collaboration with ISO/IEC JTC1 SC29/WG11 (MPEG) under the Joint Video Experts Team (JVET) on the identification of a video compression scheme with capability beyond HEVC – following the successful exploration phase started in October 2015 [TD155/Plen]. JVET will operate with the ToR and requirements found in its
home page and already launched a
final joint call for proposals. Criteria include the testing of technology for 360° omnidirectional video coding and the coding of content with high-dynamic range and wide colour gamut in addition to conventional standard-dynamic-range camera content. Proposals and their performance results will be reviewed at a meeting in April 2018, which is planned to select the baseline proposals upon which the new specification will be built.
Video coding: Two new work items were completed at this meeting:
- A revision to ITU-T H.265 | ISO/IEC 23008-2, which was awarded a Primetime Emmy Award in October 2017, was completed at this meeting [TD129/Plen] that adds two new profiles (Monochrome 10 and Main 10 Still Picture), updates colour space aspects, and defines additional Supplemental Enhancement Information (SEI) messages (content colour volume, equirectangular and cubemap omnidirectional 360° projections, region-wise packing, sphere rotation, omnidirectional viewport, regional nesting, and motion-constrained tile sets extraction information sets and associated nesting).
Another accomplishment was new Supplement 18 to the H-Series of Recommendations (ex HSTP.HDR.WCG) that reviews approaches for processing and coding of high definition range/ wide colour gamut (HDR/WCG) video content [TD142/Plen]. This is technically aligned with TR 23008-15. H.Sup18 complements the material provided in Supplement 15 to the ITU-T H-series Technical Report ISO/IEC 23008-14) on conversion and coding practices for HDR/WCG Y′CbCr 4:2:0 video with PQ transfer characteristics.
E-health: SG16 completed work on several different fronts at this meeting:
new edition of the
Continua Design Guidelines in the H.810-series with 8 texts Consented at this meeting. This new edition is the transposition of the CDG 2017 codenamed "Keratin" and supports a new device specialization for power status monitoring and updated glucose monitors, and updates the PCD-1 observation upload capability [TD115/Plen,
- Corrigenda were issued for four of the testing specifications for the H.810 (2016) "Iris" edition of the Continua Design Guidelines. These corrigenda introduce missing or unclear information for testing the new insulin pump and continuous glucose monitor device specializations in the version approved in April 2017 for
ITU-T H.830.5, ITU-T H.830.6, H.845.10 and ITU-T H.845.16 [TD111/Plen,
- A revision was completed for two of the Technical Papers explaining the H.810 series.
ITU-T HSTP-H810 contains a general Introduction to the ITU-T H.810 Continua Design Guidelines [TD123/Plen] and has been updated to include the architectural refresh introduced in 2016 as well as new features from the 2017 edition, in particular support for FHIR as a method to upload observations.
ITU-THSTP.H810-XCHF explains fundamentals of data exchange within ITU-T H.810 Continua Design Guideline architecture has been updated to highlight the new FHIR observation upload mechanism [TD124/Plen].
- New Technical Paper
ITU-T HSTP-H812-FHIR [TD125/Plen] contains a specification for trial implementation of the FHIR observation upload using the FHIR technique. This specification is issued at this stage as a technical paper, instead of as a Recommendation, as it is intended for trial implementation while the underlying protocol implementation completes final evaluation in HL7 (expected by early 2018). The release for trial implementation allows early adopters to start developing and testing their products using FHIR already now, in anticipation of the final issuance of the Recommendation, expected as H.812.5 in July 2018.
- New ITU-T H.861.0 (ex H.MBI-PF) defines
Requirements on a communication platform for multimedia brain information" [TD158/Plen] and describes a conceptual ecosystem intended to exchange brain data based on multimedia brain information platform (MBI-PF) requirements and definitions, including a communication platform that enables both experts and non-experts to utilize brain data for monitoring and maintaining brain health status.
Media Gateway Protocols: Work on revised ITU-T H.248.77 "Gateway control protocol: Secure real-time transport protocol (SRTP) package and procedures" was completed at this meeting, following conclusion of some dependencies in the IETF [TD150/Plen]. A revision of the H.248 Sub-series Implementors' Guide" (ITU-T H.248.x-IG) was also approved [TD151/Plen].
Digital multimedia transport: Common text ITU-T H.222.0 | ISO/IEC 13818-1 is used in most terrestrial and satellite system for transport of audiovisual content, and it had one amendment Consented for: better support of JPEG 2000 encoded content; support for JPEG 2000 ultra-low latency (ULL) encoding and transport of professional video, audio and data over IP; support of resolutions above 4K for moving JPEG 2000 video images; and fixes interoperability issues in the transport of JPEG 2000 [TD147/Plen].
Intelligent transport systems (ITS): Work was completed on two new Recommendations. ITU‑T H.550 (ex H.VGP-ARCH) defines the architecture and functional entities for vehicle gateway platforms (VGPs) [TD148-R1/Plen] and ITU-T H.560 (ex G.V2A) specifies the communications interface between external applications and a VGP [TD149/Plen].
Speech coding: ITU-T G.722.2 is a technically aligned specification with 3GPP for the AMR-WB advanced multi-rate wideband speech coding algorithm (3GPP TS 26.171 to TS 26.174). At this meeting, a revised text for its Annexes C and D were consented that align the ANSI C source code and associated digital test sequences of G.722.2 with the most recent version (V14) [TD144/Plen,
TD145/Plen]. Another development was the issuance of an Implementors Guide to ITU-T G.729 voice codec to document a problem and its solution, concerning the voice activity detector in Annex B [TD146/Plen]. It is expected that the source code of the Recommendation will be updated in the near future and support from experts is requested.
IPTV: Experts completed work on two new Recommendations. ITU-T H.763.3 (ex H.IPTV-MAFR.13) specifies a basic profile for HTML syntax, attributes and document object model (DOM) that will enhance interoperability of IPTV services across different terminal devices [TD126/Plen]. ITU-T H.724 describes the functional components and features that enable interworking between the basic, full-fledged and mobile IPTV terminal devices of ITU-T H.721, H.722 and H.723 [TD127-R1/Plen]. ITU-T H.724 will allow users to enjoy a continuous and seamless consumption experience independently of the terminal device type, the access network type and the users' location. Finally, new Technical Paper ITU-T HSTP.IPTV-Guide.1 describes IPTV service deployment scenarios in the high-speed broadband era [TD128/Plen].
Digital signage: New ITU-T H.782 specifies the data elements and structures of the metadata for digital signage services [TD152-R1/Plen].
Immersive live experience (ILE): The work on ILE progressed and a new work item was adopted for service configuration, media transport protocols, signalling information of MMT for ILE. Experts took advantage of the meeting to organize a
3rd ILE Mini Workshop on 24 October 2017, that counted with five presentations and 30 participants.
Natural language processing: Work was completed on ITU-T F.746.5 (ex H.LLS-FW) that defines a Framework for language learning system based on speech and natural language processing [TD154-R1/Plen]
Information-centric networks (ICNs): Complementing the approval of new ITU-T F.746.6 (ex F.NRICNReqs) "Requirements for a name resolution service in information-centric networks" [TD159/Plen], a
mini workshop on future content delivery networks was organized on 17 October 2017 that counted with six presentations and about 40 participants.
Visual surveillance: The work on visual surveillance progressed with the approval of new Recommendation ITU-T H.626.2 (ex H.CSVSArch) that defines an architecture for cloud storage in visual surveillance systems [TD157/Plen]
Accessibility and human factors: Work advanced on telecommunication relay services and the text is planned for Consent at the WP2/16 Plenary planned on 16 February 2018. Work progressed for the existing work items and six new ones were created. The group supported the idea for stronger collaboration with ISO/IEC JTC1 SC35 "User Interfaces" and plans on participating in a joint information session planned for the week of 12-16 February 2018; further, three of the work items created at this meeting refer to specifications developed by SC35 that will be reviewed in detail for possible publication as twin texts.
Safe listening: The collaboration with WHO has continued for the development of technical standards for safe listening music players. The baseline text in
draft ITU-T F.SLD has progressed with two contributions received and discussed.
- ITU-T SG16 hosted the Joint Collaborative Team on Video Coding (JCT-VC) as part of its ongoing collaboration with ISO/IEC JTC 1 / SC 29 / WG 11 (MPEG) for the development of enhanced capabilities for video coding. Informal sessions of the JVET on the coordination of the future joint video coding work with MPEG were also held during the 1st week of the SG16 meeting).
ITU-T Study Group 16 (16-27 October 2017)
JPEG (22-27 October 2017)
MPEG (21-22; 23-27 October 2017)
- Mini-workshop on
Future virtual content delivery networks (19 October 2017 PM)
- Mini-workshop on
Immersive Live Experience (ILE) (24 October 2017 PM)
Dates of next SG16 meeting and interim Working Party meetings
- One meeting of WP2/16 was agreed in Geneva, 16 February 2018 afternoon to consider Consent of three texts (Q26/16's F.Relay and Q28/16's H.MBI-BHQ and F.MEB-UHD)
- The venue and date of the next SG16 meeting is not yet confirmed. Current possibilities are either Ljubljana, Slovenia, 16-20 July 2018 (invited by MPEG), or as a fall-back in Geneva, 2-13 July 2018. If in Slovenia, the SG16 meeting is expected to be collocated in the 2nd week with ISO/IEC JTC1 SC29 WG1 (JPEG) and WG11 (MPEG), to continue our joint work on image and video coding.
The meetings of SG16 in 2019 are planned as follows:
- Geneva, 25 Mar. to 5 Apr. 2019 (booked), with MPEG in CICG (25-29 Mar. 2019)
- Geneva, 30 Sep. to 11 Oct. 2019 (booked), with MPEG in CICG (7-10 Oct. 2019) / ITU (11 Oct. 2019)
These dates are subject to change, in particular due to the SG16 decision to shorten the SG16 meetings [TD143/Plen
Map of meeting reports & Liaison Statements (as seen by the SG16 Plenary)
Summary of Questions' Results
Question 1/16 summary
Question 1/16 met in three sessions to review 33 incoming liaisons assigned to Q1/16. It reviewed in detail topics of overall nature and interest for SG16 and coordinated replies from the several Questions for a harmonized reply from SG16. Q1/16 prepared six outgoing liaison statements and plans no interim meetings.
Question 6/16 summary
The primary goals for Question 6/16 at this meeting of SG16 were to review the progress of Q6/16, JCT-VC, JVET, and JPEG work, reach AAP Consent on revised Rec. H.265 (V5) High Efficiency Video Coding (AVC), approve the new supplement H.Sup18 (ex HSTP.HDRWCG) on signalling, backward compatibility, and display adaptation for HDR/WCG video, to issue a Joint Call for Proposals toward a future video coding Rec. H.FVC, and to establish Terms of Reference for future joint work on H.FVC standard development. The JVET was formalized as a joint collaborative team for standardization development between Q6/16 and ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29/WG11 (MPEG) (ITU-T A.23 Annex A & ISO/IEC JTC 1 Standing Doc. 3) for H.FVC standardization and was slightly renamed as the "Joint Video
Experts Team". Its aim is to develop a future video coding standard with substantially improved coding efficiency relative to HEVC. Q6/16 is planning to hold two Rapporteur meetings, two JCT-VC meetings, and two JVET meetings before the next SG16 meeting in July 2018 and to hold a meeting of the JCT-VC and of the JVET in a collocated fashion with the next SG16 meeting in July 2018 under its auspices. The Question prepared two outgoing Liaison Statements.
Question 7/16 summary
Question 7/16 started a new work item to resolve a reported discrepancy between the text description and the C-code of ITU-T G.729 Annex B VAD, and solicits contributions to provide a complete solution. In the meantime, it has issued an Implementors Guide to track the issue. In response to a LS from 3GPP S-A4, Q7/16 prepared a revision to ITU-T G.722.2 Annex C to maintain alignment with the latest version of 3GPP AMR-WB. At the same time, the test vectors of G.722.2 Annex D have also been updated to align with the latest version of those in 3GPP AMR-WB. A LS was prepared to inform 3GPP S-A4 of these updates. It was agreed to discontinue all items in the Q7/16 work plan related to potential revisions of existing Recommendations are carried over from the previous Study Period and that have not attracted contributions for some time. The Question plans no interim meetings and prepared one outgoing LS.
Question 8/16 summary
Question 8/16 had meetings during SG16 meeting in Macao, China, 16 to 27 October 2017. New work item H.ILE-MMT on "Service configuration, media transport protocols, signalling information of MMT for ILE" created in May 2017 was confirmed at this meeting. Q8/16 also progressed the drafts for H.ILE-SS on service scenarios of ILE, H.ILE-Reqs on requirements for ILE, and H.ILE-FW on an architectural framework for ILE. Q8/16 had the 3rd mini-workshop on ILE on the late afternoon of 24 October 2017 to review the progress on ILE standardization and recognized needs for the future workshop to continue exchange of information. The group plans to hold one interim meeting before the next SG16 meeting and has prepared four outgoing LSs.
Question 11/16 summary
Question 11/16 had a successful meeting and worked on progressing the revisions of H.323, H.248.77 and the H.248-series IG. Q11/16 reviewed text for an amendment to the common text ITU-T Rec. H.222.0 | ISO/IEC 13818-1 as well as several items in the plan for future work. Q11/16 proposed one Recommendation and one amendment for Consent. The Question does not plan to hold any interim Rapporteurs meeting.
Question 13/16 summary
Question 13/16 progressed the work on six draft new Recommendations: ITU-T H.IPTV-EUIF.1, ITU-T H.IPTV-SBM, ITU-T H.IPTV-TDES.5, ITU-T H.IPTV-TDES.6, ITU-T H.IPTV-MAFR.13 and ITU-T H.IPTV-MAFR.14. The Question agreed to start a new work item: HSTP.IPTV-Guide.2 "IPTV service parameters for new IPTV service providers". Q13/16 completed work on Recommendations ITU-T H.763.3 (ex H.IPTV-MAFR.13, for HTML for IPTV) and ITU-T H.724 (ex H.IPTV-TDES.5, on interworking-enabled model of multiple IPTV terminal devices), and on Technical Paper ITU-T HSTP.IPTV-Guide.1 on IPTV service deployment scenarios in high-speed broadband era. Q13/16 endorsed the changes proposed by ITU-R WP6B to the IRG-IBB ToRs. The group plans to hold one interim meeting jointly with other SG16 Questions before the next SG16 meeting, and prepared eight outgoing Liaison Statements..
Question 14/16 summary
Question 14/16 received nine contributions regarding the draft new Recommendations H.DS-AM, H.DS-DCI, H.DS-PISR and H.DS-META, and reviewed and discussed them at the meeting. Q14/16 finalized the work on ITU-T Rec. H.782 (ex H.DS-META) on metadata specifications for general digital signage services. Q14/16 is planning to hold two sets of electronic meetings in March and May 2018. The Question did not prepare any outgoing LSs.
Question 21/16 summary
Question 21/16 met for fourteen sessions during this meeting. The group made progress in the work on seventeen existing work items based on 39 contributions. Three draft new Recommendations were proposed for Consent at this meeting. The Question agreed to start three new work items: ITU-T F.NG-CDN, ITU-T H.FRAVSReqs, and ITU-T H.CDN-PMTM.
Question 24/16 Summary
Question 24/16 met for two sessions with a joint session with Q21/16 and Q26/16. There were three contributions received and discussed. Work items on E.FAST was discussed and updated based on discussion results. Question 24 agreed to send a liaison statement regarding E.FAST to ASTAP EG-MA and ISO JTC1/SC35. The liaison statement to ISO JTC1/SC35 is agreed to send jointly with Q21/16.
Question 26/16 summary
Question 26/16 received ten contributions. The group decided not to propose any document for Consent or Approval at this meeting. The group agreed to initiate six new work items at this meeting and progressed the work of several of its work items. The group supported the idea for stronger collaboration with ISO/IEC JTC1 SC35 "User Interfaces" and plans on participating in a joint information session planned for the week of 12-16 February 2018; further, three of the work items created at this meeting refer to specifications developed by SC35 that will be reviewed in detail for possible publication as twin texts. Q26/16 also plans to submit F.Relay for Consent at the WP2/16 Plenary planned for 16 February 2018. Q26/16 generated 11 output documents, including four outgoing liaison statements.
Question 27/16 summary
Q27/16 received ten contributions that were discussed at the meeting related to draft new Recommendations F.AUTO-TAX, H.VGP-ARCH and G.V2A. Additionally, one contribution to QALL (SG16-C232-R1) was discussed. Q27/16 readied for Consent draft new ITU-T H.550 (ex H.VGP-ARCH) and H.560 (ex G.V2A), on architecture and communications interfaces for vehicle gateway platforms. The baseline text for F.AUTO-TAX was updated. Q27/16 received five incoming liaison statements and draft four reply LSs. Q27/16 plans one Rapporteur meeting in February or early March 2018 after the CITS meeting.
Question 28/16 summary
Question 28/16 reviewed 23 contributions. It completed the work on eight revised Recommendations for the new edition for the Continua Design Guidelines of the H.810 series (CDG 2017, "Keratin") and four corrigenda to the H.810 (2016) "Iris" series of conformance testing specifications (H.830.5, H.830.6, H.845.10, H.845.16). Draft new ITU-T H.861.0 (ex H.MBI-PF) on requirements on a communication platform for multimedia brain information was also Consented. Two revised technical papers were completed with an overview of the H.810-series (ITU-T HSTP-H810 and HSTP.H810-XCHF), as was new ITU-T HSTP-H812-FHIR that provides specifications for trial implementation for FHIR observation upload. Q28/16 prepared five outgoing liaison statements to continue cooperation and coordination of our work with other organizations. Q28/16 plans a meeting on F.SLD on 9 February 2018, following a meeting in WHO of the Safe Listening Initiative on 7 and 8 Feb 2018. The Question plans on meeting at the following week to discuss other work items, in particular to propose H.MBI-BHQ and F.MEB-UHD for Consent at the WP2/16 Plenary planned 16 February 2018..
Recommendations Consented by SG16 on the closing Plenary
|ITU-T F.746.5 (ex H.LLS-FW) "Framework for language learning system based on speech/NLP technology" (New)||
|ITU-T F.746.6 (ex F.NRICNReqs) "Requirements for a name resolution service in information-centric networks" (New)||
|ITU-T G.722.2 Annex C "Wideband coding of speech at around 16 kbit/s using Adaptive Multi-Rate Wideband (AMR-WB) Annex C: Fixed-point C-code" (Rev)||
|ITU-T G.722.2 Annex D "Wideband coding of speech at around 16 kbit/s using Adaptive Multi-Rate Wideband (AMR-WB): Digital test sequences" (Rev)||
|ITU-T H.222.0 (2017) | ISO/IEC 13818-1:2017 Amd.1 "Information technology - Generic coding of moving pictures and associated audio information: Systems: Ultra-low latency and 4K and higher resolution support for transport of JPEG 2000 video" (New)||
|ITU-T H.248.77 "Gateway control protocol: Secure real-time transport protocol (SRTP) package and procedures" (Rev.)||
|ITU-T H.265 (V5) "H.265 high efficiency video coding" (Rev.)*||
|ITU-T H.550 (ex H.VGP-ARCH) "Architecture
and functional entities of vehicle gateway platforms" (New)||
|ITU-T H.560 (ex G.V2A) "Communications interface between external applications and a Vehicle Gateway Platform" (New)||
|ITU-T H.626.2 (ex H.CSVSArch) "Architecture for cloud storage in visual surveillance" (New)||
|ITU-T H.724 (ex H.IPTV-TDES.5) "IPTV Terminal Device: Interworking-enabled model of multiple devices" (New)||
|ITU-T H.763.3 (ex H.IPTV-MAFR.13) "HTML for IPTV services" (New)||
|ITU-T H.782 (ex H.DS-META) "Digital signage: Metadata" (New)||
|ITU-T H.810 "Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Introduction" (Rev.)||
|ITU-T H.811 "Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Personal Health Devices interface" (Rev.)||
|ITU-T H.812 "Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Services interface" (Rev.)||
|ITU-T H.812.1 "Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Services interface: Observation upload capability" (Rev.)||
|ITU-T H.812.2 "Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Services interface: Questionnaire capability" (Rev.)||
|ITU-T H.812.3 "Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Services interface: Capability Exchange Capability" (Rev.)||
|ITU-T H.812.4 "Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Services interface: Authenticated persistent session capability" (Rev.)||
|ITU-T H.813 "Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Healthcare Information System interface" (Rev.)||
|ITU-T H.830.5 (2017) Cor.1 "Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Services interface Part 5: PCD-01 HL7 Messages: Health & Fitness Service sender: Alignment with CDG2016 (Iris)" (New)||
|ITU-T H.830.6 (2017) Cor.1 "Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Services interface Part 6: PCD-01 HL7 Messages: Health & Fitness Service receiver: Alignment with CDG2016 (Iris)" (New)||
|ITU-T H.845.10 (2017) Cor.1 "Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 5I: Insulin pump: Alignment with CDG2016 (Iris)"||
|ITU-T H.845.16 (2017) Cor.1 "Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 5P: Continuous glucose monitor: Alignment with Iris" (New)||
|ITU-T H.861.0 (ex H.MBI-PF) "Requirements on communication platform for multimedia brain information" (New)||
*: some texts are subject to editorial clean-up before posting. Hence, the version posted may differ from the TD indicated. These texts are planned to start Last Call about eight weeks after the SG16 meeting.
**: expected AAP Announcement for Last Call.
Recommendations Approved by SG16 on the closing Plenary (according to A.8 §5)
None at this meeting.
Recommendations Decided by SG16 on the closing Plenary
None at this meeting.
Other texts approved by SG16
ITU-T H.Sup18 (ex HSTP.HDR.WCG) "Signalling, backward compatibility, and display adaptation for HDR/WCG video" (New)||
| ITU-T H.248.x-IG "H.248 Sub-series Implementors' Guide" (Rev.)|
ITU-T G.729-IG Implementers' Guide for ITU-T G.729 "Coding of speech at 8 kbit/s using conjugate-structure algebraic-code-excited linear prediction (CS-ACELP)" (New)||
|ITU-T HSTP.IPTV-Guide.1 "IPTV service deployment scenarios in high-speed broadband era" (New)||
|ITU-T HSTP-H810 "Introduction to the ITU-T H.810 Continua Design Guidelines" (Rev.)||
|ITU-T HSTP-H810-XCHF "Fundamentals of data exchange within ITU-T H.810 Continua Design Guideline architecture" (Rev.)||
|ITU-T HSTP-H812-FHIR "Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Services interface: FHIR observation upload for trial implementation" (New)||
|Terms of Reference for Future Video Coding and Call for Proposals on Video Compression with Capability beyond HEVC||
* NOTE - No Appendices or Technical Reports were approved at this SG16 meeting.
Recommendations agreed for deletion by SG16
None at this meeting.
Updates in the SG16 management team and Rapporteurs
here for the complete list of SG16 Rapporteurs)
Resignations and departures:
Representatives and other roles:
In addition to the SG16 representatives continuing in their functions, the following were appointed:
- ITU-T SG17 (on ITS security): Fernando Matsubara (Mitsubishi Electric, Japan)
FG DLT: Mr Wei Kai (China)
- ITU IRG-IBB: Mr Marcelo Moreno (Brazil) reappointed as co-chair
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