ETSI has just released its two activity documents, the Annual Report that looks back on 2021 achievements and the forward looking 2022-2023 Work Program.
The Annual Report gives an overview of the work of ETSI’s technical groups along with the status of partnership activities, interoperability events, the number of deliverables published and financial statements for 2021. With over 1 800 standards and specifications released despite a once more challenging year, with no physical meetings, ETSI processes proved resilient to support the members’ activity.Here you can read the complete report: https://www.etsi.org/e-brochure/Annual-Reports/AR-202204/mobile/index.html
The Work Program highlights the upcoming activities of our Technical Committees, Industry Specification Groups and other bodies that create standards and associated deliverables for a vast range of technologies, market sectors and user needs.
A sharpened focus on AI, cybersecurity extending in several exciting areas, 6G pre-research standardization with a group on Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces, Augmented Reality, Advanced Mobile Location for emergency communications, the partnership projects 3GPP and oneM2M, are some of the areas addressed in the current and upcoming activities.
This Work Program demonstrates the scale and diversity of ETSI’s standardization activities. To know more about them and keep up to date with new initiatives and specifications, read it here:https://www.etsi.org/e-brochure/Work-Programme/2022-2023/mobile/index.html