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Thursday, September 4 • 9:00am - 10:30am
WS61: Policies and practices to enable the Internet of Things [CB]

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This session brings together policy makers, business and civil society to discuss how to best enable the Internet of Things (IoT). In the coming decade billions of devices in homes and businesses will be connected.

The workshop will enable an interactive exchange and discussion in six areas:

• Openness: The development and deployment of IoT needs to be inclusive, innovation promoted and the role of competition underlined.
• Trust: IoT devices and systems will collect and store enormous amounts of public and private data often in new realms of our daily lives. This should be subject to the highest standards and good practices that enable the protection of personal privacy and the exploitation of public goods that such data may enable for economic and social development.
• Access to (public sector) information: Public sector actors need to view sharing data as a key function. Private sector actors may need new frameworks in which they can share data, which could be beneficial to society as a whole.
• Numbering: The deployment of IPv6 is essential to the IoT as well as the role of other identifiers that extends to the numbers in mobile networks, such as telephone and IMSI-numbers.
• Spectrum: Many IoT devices will require wireless connections. Access to spectrum is therefore critical.
• Jobs and skills: IoT will push a further revolution in manufacturing, transport and many other fields with implications for skills and employment.

It is critical that all stakeholders identify the governance issues and share best practices.

Moderators
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Rudolf van der Berg

Policy Analyst, OECD
Rudolf van der Berg, a Dutch national, is a policy analyst at the Division for Digital Economy Policy at the OECD since 2011. He has written reports on the Machine-to-Machine communication, Internet of Things, connected television, mobile termination rates, fixed mobile convergence, international cables and Internet exchange points and contributed to 2011 and 2013 OECD Communications Outlook. Upcoming work will address machine learning and... Read More →

Speakers
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Jari Arkko

Ericsson
Jari Arkko is the chair of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), the standards organisation responsible for core Internet standards. He is also an Expert on Internet Architecture with Ericsson Research in Finland. At the IETF, Jari has served six years as one of the Internet Area Directors in the Internet Engineering Steering Group (IESG) and one year as a member of the IAB. From March 2013 he is serving as the General Area Director and... Read More →
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Claudio Contini

Telecom Italia
Claudio Contini is Telecom Italia Digital Solutions’ CEO, in charge of addressing the relevant opportunities created by the development of the digital economy (IoT, Cloud Transformation, Security, Identity, Analytics). Claudio  started his career in 1989 at SIP, the former Italian telecommunications monopolist, followed by participating in the early development of BT’s (formerly British Telecom) Italian branch. In... Read More →
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Jaiyong Lee

Jaiyong Lee has been a professor at electrical and computer engineering department since 1987, 7 years at POSTECH and 20 years at Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea. As a director of the Advanced RFID/USN Technology center from 2004 to 2012, which was sponsored by the government, he led the technology development in related areas by producing many patents, journal papers and promoted academy-industry collaboration by transferring technologies. As... Read More →
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Pablo Marquez

Executive Director, Commission for Communications Regulation, Colombia
Director of CRC, Colombia
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Khairil Yusof

Project Coordinator, Sinar Project
I'm working with a group of other Malaysian developers on the Sinar Project, an effort to empower Malaysian citizens by making government information more transparent and easily accessible through current web and mobile tools. | | In 2004, I worked on the International Open Source Network project as part of the UNDP Asia-Pacific Development Information Programme promoting open source, open standards and open content to developing countries... Read More →

Remote Moderators
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Verena Weber

Comisión de Regulación de Comunicaciones - CRC
Verena Weber is currently working as an Internet Governance Advisor to the Comisión de Regulación de Comunicaciones (CRC) in Colombia. Prior to this role, she worked as an Internet Economist/Policy Analyst at the OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry focusing on topics relating to the Internet Economy. In particular, she worked on market trends in the Internet economy, including cloud computing, developments in... Read More →


Thursday September 4, 2014 9:00am - 10:30am
Workshop Room 07 (Rumeli Terrace / Halic)