Side events at WTSA-12 to advance new ITU-T study areas

Delegates attending ITU-T meeting in January 2012

Delegates attending ITU-T meeting in January 2012

WTSA-12 will host three side events to feature e-health standards, innovation and network resilience. In addition a showcasing event will exhibit state-of-the-art products meeting ITU-T standards.

e-Health, 21 November, will build on ITU-T’s new collaboration with the World Health Organization in advancing the rollout of international e-health and telemedicine standards to overcome current interoperability concerns.

ICT Innovations, 22 November, will draw on the findings of ITU-T’s Focus Group on “Bridging the Gap: from Innovation to Standards”, discussing the reciprocal relationship between innovation and standardization, and means for international standards to capture the best of innovations rooted in developing countries.

Disaster Relief Systems, Network Resilience and Recovery, 23 November, will offer expert opinion on measures to bolster the resilience of critical communications infrastructures in the face of natural disasters. The event will contribute its findings to ITU-T’s Focus Group on Disaster Relief Systems, Network Resilience and Recovery, a group established primarily to distill lessons learnt from the Great East Japan Earthquake.

More information on these events and an online registration form can be found here.

As reported earlier in The Assembly, the opening day of WTSA-12 will feature an interactive workshop introducing activities undertaken by the ITU-T, its membership and secretariat to engage with universities and research institutes.

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