Appointment of Vice-chairman from Spain
TD760 - Letter from Spain requesting to consider the appointment of Ms Tania Marcos Paramio as new Vice-chairman representing Spain. Ms Tania Marcos Paramio was appointed as Vice-chairman of SG20
The full list of contributions can be found in TD697-R1.
It was agreed that the following contributions C280-R1,
C396-R1 would be discussed in the two Working Parties.
Highlights of TSAG and
ITU-T Y.4500.2 "oneM2M- Requirements"
- SG20 Chairman provided a brief overview of the main outcomes of the last meeting of TSAG concerning SG20. The last TSAG meeting was held from 26 February to 2 March 2018 and the TSAG report is available as
- SG20 Chairman provided a brief overview of the main outcomes of the last meeting of Council and made a reference to SMEs project which is being successfully implemented in SG20. SG20 Chairman encouraged Member States to invite SMEs to participate in SG20.
Report 4: contains Determined new Recommendation ITU-T Y.4500.2 (Y.oneM2M.REQ) "oneM2M- Requirements".
TD757 – contains the reply results to TSB Circular 72
TD762 – provides an update on the use of the oneM2M name
- Determined new Recommendation ITU-T Y.4500.2 was successfully approved.
List of stale work items
TSB provided information on the list of stale work items as contained in
TD698. The Rapporteur of the concerned Question was encouraged to discuss this work item during his sessions and take appropriate action. The concerned work item was updated during the sessions.
Action plans for implementation of WTSA-16 Resolution 78 (Rev. Hammamet, 2016) and Resolution 98 (Hammamet, 2016) (ICTs for e-health services; IoT and smart cities and communities for global development)
TD735 contains a proposed Action Plan for the implementation of Resolution 78 (Rev. Hammamet, 2016) and Resolution 98 (Hammamet, 2016). SG20 members have been requested to provide inputs and review it at the next SG20 meeting.
Map of Working Party Meeting reports
The updated work programme can be found here.
The newcomers' session took place on Monday 7 May 2018. Mr Marco Carugi, Q2/20 Rapporteur and ITU-T SG20 Mentor delivered the following presentations as contained in
Mr Carugi was appointed as mentor for the study period 2017-2020.
The following TDs were briefly presented during the newcomer session:
Summary of Questions' ResultsWorking Party 1/20
TD718 "Newcomers' welcome pack for SG20 meeting (Cairo (Egypt), 6-16 May 2018)"
- TD715 "E-learning course on Recommendation ITU-T A.1 : Working Methods of ITU-T Study Groups"
TD716 "Guidelines for the preparation of Contributions to ITU-T: Relevant ITU A-series Recommendation"
TD731 "ITU-T Document templates and delegate resources"
TD714 "Template for A.25 justification information"
Question 1/20 –"End to end connectivity, networks, interoperability, infrastructures and Big Data aspects related to IoT and SC&C" summary
Question 2/20 – "Requirements, capabilities, and use cases across verticals" summary
The Rapporteur of Q1/20 (Mr Jun Seob Lee) opened the discussions and presented the draft agenda contained in
TD701-R6. The meeting was chaired by the Associate Rapporteur Mr Chao Ma in the second week.
Question 1/20 discussed 6 contributions. During the meeting, Q1/20 progressed one on-going draft Recommendation, ITU-T Y.infra. The meeting also agreed to discontinue Y.4454 (ex Y.SC-platform). At the meeting, Q1/20 produced 3 output documents including this meeting report and the revised text of ongoing draft Recommendations. The Question did not produce any outgoing Liaison Statements and plans one e-meeting in September 2018.
The meeting report of Q1/20 (TD721-R2) was approved at the closing plenary of WP1/20.
The Rapporteur of Q2/20 (Mr Marco Carugi) opened the discussions and presented the draft agenda contained in
The Question 2/20 meeting received 43 contributions and 29 TDs. The objectives for this meeting were to progress all existing related work items, including - as key priority - to request consent for three draft Recommendations, "Requirements of Internet of Things applications for smart retail stores" (Y.IoT-Retail-Reqts), "Requirements for an IoT enabled network to support applications for global processes of the Earth" (Y.IoT-GP-Reqts), "Overview of smart manufacturing in the context of Industrial Internet of Things" (Y.SmartMan-IIoT-overview). The Question made progress on 16 ongoing draft Recommendations and 2 ongoing draft Supplements. In addition, the meeting agreed to start 5 new work items (NWIs) as well as preparation of 6 outgoing liaison statements.
Question 3/20 – "Architectures, management, protocols and Quality of Service" summary
In the Q2/20 meeting, United Kingdom and Canada requested that TAP approval process for the on-going work item Y.Smartport and the new work item Y.Smartairport and it was noted.
The meeting report of Q2/20 (TD722-R4) was approved at the closing plenary of WP1/20.
The Rapporteur of Q3/20 (Ms Shane He) opened the discussions and presented the draft agenda contained in
The meeting considered 22 contributions and 12 incoming liaison statements which were related to Q3/20. According to the contributions and discussion, 12 ongoing work items made good progress, 4 draft Recommendations were agreed to send to WP1/20 for consent. During the meeting, 7 new work items were discussed, and it was agreed to send 6 work items with their A.1 justifications as new work items to WP1/20 meeting for approval. Furthermore, 4 outgoing liaison statements were drafted and sent to the WP1/20 meeting.
The meeting report of Q3/20 (TD723-R3
) was approved at the closing plenary of WP1/20.
Question 4/20– "e/Smart services, applications and supporting platforms" summary
Working Party 2/20Question 5/20 – "Research and emerging technologies, terminology and definitions" summary
The Rapporteur of Q4/20 (Mr Gyu Myoung Lee) opened the discussions and presented the draft agenda contained in
The Question 4/20 meeting considered in total 18 contributions. The objectives for this meeting were to review the candidate documents for consent and to progress the work on 11 ongoing draft Recommendations. The meeting agreed to propose 2 documents for consent (Y.TPS-afw, Y.WoO-hn) at WP1/20 Plenary. At this meeting, Q4/20 produced 12 output documents including the meeting report.
The meeting report of Q4/20 (TD724-R1) was approved at the closing plenary of WP1/20.
The Associate Rapporteur of Q5/20 (Ms Mythili Menon) opened the discussions and presented the draft agenda contained in
, which was approved and modified as the sessions progressed.
The Q5/20 sessions reviewed and accepted the two e-meeting reports (TD691-R1
) prepared for the e-meetings held on 13 December 2017 and 13 April 2018 respectively.
The meeting progressed the work on 3 existing draft Recommendations, 1 Supplement and 1 Technical Report based on input contributions.
The main results of the meeting are as follows:
- Draft Recommendation
Y.CrowdSystems which was proposed for consent at the current meeting will be considered for consent at the next meeting after further updating the existing content on crowdsourced systems.
- It was noted that the title of TR AI4IoT was changed from "Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things" to "Unlocking internet of things with artificial intelligence: Where we are and where we could be" at the meeting in September 2017. However, this change was not reflected in the work programme for Q5/20 and has now been updated.
No texts were agreed for approval or consent at this meeting. No new work items were agreed. The Question produced two outgoing liaison statements. One e-meeting is planned in September 2018.
The meeting report of Q5/20 (TD725-R2
) was approved at the closing plenary of WP2/20.Question 6/20 – "Security, privacy, trust and identification for IoT and SC&C" summary
The Rapporteur of Q6/20 (Mr Abdulhadi AbouAlmal) opened the discussions and presented the draft agenda contained in
A draft Recommendation was jointly discussed by Q6/20 and Q3/20 and is entitled ITU-T Y.oneM2M.MAF.MEF "oneM2M-MAF and MEF Interface Specification". This draft Recommendation was submitted for consent to the plenary of Working Party 1/20.
The proponents of Y.IoT-Interop proposed to consent this draft Recommendation at this meeting as per the work program but there was no agreement and there were two views on whether the text was stable. There was a request to consider this further at the WP2/20 plenary.
Good progress has been achieved for discussions on other draft Recommendations under the ongoing work items.