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The attached file contains the CA band combinations


Created On:March 16, 2016    Attachment: CA_Combinations_3.xlsx

The attached file contains the CA band combinations


Created On:March 16, 2016    Attachment: CA_Combinations.xlsx

The attached file contains the CA band combinations


Created On:March 16, 2016    Attachment: CA_Combinations_1.xlsx

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  • 16 Mar 2016
  • Need to update the table [Commented By : PunitRathod]

    Different CA combinations go into different basket WIs

    3DL1UL

    3DL2UL

    2DL1UL

    2DL2UL

     



  • 16 Mar 2016
  • Need to update the table [Commented By : PunitRathod]

    Different CA combinations go into different basket WIs

    3DL1UL

    3DL2UL

    2DL1UL

    2DL2UL

     



  • 16 Mar 2016
  • Need to update the table [Commented By : PunitRathod]

    Different CA combinations go into different basket WIs

    3DL1UL

    3DL2UL

    2DL1UL

    2DL2UL

     



The attached file contains the CA band combinations


Created On:March 16, 2016    Attachment: CA_Combinations_2.xlsx

Information technology —
Telecommunications and information
exchange between systems — Local and
metropolitan area networks — Specific
requirements —
Part 15-4:
Wireless medium access control (MAC)
and physical layer (PHY) specifications
for low-rate wireless personal area
networks (WPANs)


Created On:March 10, 2016    Attachment: C056016e.pdf

Information technology — Mobile multicast communications: Framework


Created On:March 10, 2016    Attachment: C046222e.pdf

Information technology — Mobile
multicast communications: Protocol over
native IP multicast networks


Created On:March 10, 2016    Attachment: C046223e.pdf

Dear All,

We have got the documents being reviewed by the TechCom team at TCS (refer to the trailing mail below). We need to close these documents ASAP.
The respective owners/leads of these documents/verticals are:

Smart Village and Agriculture - Pooja Immadi
Automobile Transportations and Logistics - Aditya Basu/Anuj/Samar
Environment and Pollution Control - Akshay Mishra
Industrial Automation - Narayanan Rajagopal
Remote Asset Management - Rushabh Shah
Smart Governance - Narendra Saini
Smart Home and security- Krishnaiah Dayyala


Created On:July 17, 2015   

The purpose of  World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD) is to help raise awareness of the possibilities that the use of the Internet and other information and communication technologies (ICT) can bring to societies and economies, as well as of ways to bridge the digital divide. 

With respect to the theme of this year. The important message of Houlin Zhao ITU Secretary-General  is given below

"Throughout 2015, we will organize several events highlighting ICTs as the drivers of innovation at ITU and around the world to mark this landmark 150th anniversary. I invite you to celebrate with us and participate in the events, providing your support as well as your contributions in order to fulfil our commitment to connect the world."


Created On:May 1, 2015   

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  • 01 May 2015
  • All the members are requested to give their thoughts on the subject to take this forward. [Commented By : secy_dot_office]

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  • 01 May 2015
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Created On:April 2, 2015   

There is a need for an independent M2M platform, that is based on a single or heterogeneous communication technology on the one hand, with a set of standard common services (OSS, BSS and much more), and standardized device interfaces, that can be leveraged by multiple service providers, multiple user organizations and for multiple applications. Availability of standard interfaces on the communication and device facing sides of such a platform, will foster innovations in the communication and device segments, with assured quality of service.

TSDSI’s M2M group has undertaken study of various vertical segments to extract business requirements from an M2M/IoT perspective. This is intended to help cross pollinate useful features across different verticals for the overall benefit of the user community. Purpose of this exercise is to extract common requirements of all verticals which in turn will become candidates for M2M platform functionalities. It also brings out the India specific implementation experience and learnings. This will help aspiring M2M platform providers to gain an understanding of the drivers for successful field implementation in the Indian ecosystem. It is believed that, India geographical market itself is a representative sample for emerging economies. Therefore, a framework that is defined to address this segment, will help to serve the needs of emerging economies market too.

This document describes use cases in Remote Asset Management.


Created On:March 31, 2015    Attachment: TSDSI-M2M-TR-UCD_Remote_Asset_Management-V0.1.0_20150324_1.docx

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  • 24 Feb 2016
  • Is there an Updated version of this document [Commented By : AadityaShukla]

    Same as comment



  • 24 Feb 2016
  • Is there an Updated version of this document [Commented By : AadityaShukla]

    Same as comment



There is a need for an independent M2M platform, that is based on a single or heterogeneous communication technology on the one hand, with a set of standard common services (OSS, BSS and much more), and standardized device interfaces, that can be leveraged by multiple service providers, multiple user organizations and for multiple applications. Availability of standard interfaces on the communication and device facing sides of such a platform, will foster innovations in the communication and device segments, with assured quality of service.

TSDSI’s M2M group has undertaken study of various vertical segments to extract business requirements from an M2M/IoT perspective. This is intended to help cross pollinate useful features across different verticals for the overall benefit of the user community. Purpose of this exercise is to extract common requirements of all verticals which in turn will become candidates for M2M platform functionalities. It also brings out the India specific implementation experience and learnings. This will help aspiring M2M platform providers to gain an understanding of the drivers for successful field implementation in the Indian ecosystem. It is believed that, India geographical market itself is a representative sample for emerging economies. Therefore, a framework that is defined to address this segment, will help to serve the needs of emerging economies market too.

This document describes use cases in Smart Village segment.


Created On:March 20, 2015    Attachment: Final-_TSDSI_on_smart_villages_and_agriculture.odt

There is a need for an independent M2M platform, that is based on a single or heterogeneous communication technology on the one hand, with a set of standard common services (OSS, BSS and much more), and standardized device interfaces, that can be leveraged by multiple service providers, multiple user organizations and for multiple applications. Availability of standard interfaces on the communication and device facing sides of such a platform, will foster innovations in the communication and device segments, with assured quality of service.

TSDSI’s M2M group has undertaken study of various vertical segments to extract business requirements from an M2M/IoT perspective. This is intended to help cross pollinate useful features across different verticals for the overall benefit of the user community. Purpose of this exercise is to extract common requirements of all verticals which in turn will become candidates for M2M platform functionalities. It also brings out the India specific implementation experience and learnings. This will help aspiring M2M platform providers to gain an understanding of the drivers for successful field implementation in the Indian ecosystem. It is believed that, India geographical market itself is a representative sample for emerging economies. Therefore, a framework that is defined to address this segment, will help to serve the needs of emerging economies market too.

This document describes use cases in Health segment.


Created On:March 19, 2015    Attachment: TSDSI-M2M-TR-UCD_Health-V0.1.0-20150306_1.docx

There is a need for an independent M2M platform, that is based on a single or heterogeneous communication technology on the one hand, with a set of standard common services (OSS, BSS and much more), and standardized device interfaces, that can be leveraged by multiple service providers, multiple user organizations and for multiple applications. Availability of standard interfaces on the communication and device facing sides of such a platform, will foster innovations in the communication and device segments, with assured quality of service.

TSDSI’s M2M group has undertaken study of various vertical segments to extract business requirements from an M2M/IoT perspective. This is intended to help cross pollinate useful features across different verticals for the overall benefit of the user community. Purpose of this exercise is to extract common requirements of all verticals which in turn will become candidates for M2M platform functionalities. It also brings out the India specific implementation experience and learnings. This will help aspiring M2M platform providers to gain an understanding of the drivers for successful field implementation in the Indian ecosystem. It is believed that, India geographical market itself is a representative sample for emerging economies. Therefore, a framework that is defined to address this segment, will help to serve the needs of emerging economies market too.

This document describes use cases in Smart Governance segment.


Created On:March 19, 2015    Attachment: TSDSI-M2M-TR-UCD_Smart_Governance-V0.1.0_20150317.docx

'Better Urbanisation' through ICT is the guiding principle for this effort. This document strives to broadly depict areas within Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) that can help cities become smarter, more sustainable and efficient, improve governance structures, bring in more autonomy thereby improving overall quality of life of its citizens.


Created On:March 17, 2015    Attachment: TSDSI-M2M-TR-SmartCitiesICT-V0.1.0-20150326.docx

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  • 17 Mar 2015
  • This document lists typical use cases from key verticals that are important from Smart City perspective. Invite comments on the same. [Commented By : bindoo_srivastava]

    If you have attachments, please describe the contents, as people do not usually download attachments. You can use html tags.



There is a need for an independent M2M platform, that is based on a single or heterogeneous communication technology on the one hand, with a set of standard common services (OSS, BSS and much more), and standardized device interfaces, that can be leveraged by multiple service providers, multiple user organizations and for multiple applications. Availability of standard interfaces on the communication and device facing sides of such a platform, will foster innovations in the communication and device segments, with assured quality of service.

TSDSI’s M2M group has undertaken study of various vertical segments to extract business requirements from an M2M/IoT perspective. This is intended to help cross pollinate useful features across different verticals for the overall benefit of the user community. Purpose of this exercise is to extract common requirements of all verticals which in turn will become candidates for M2M platform functionalities. It also brings out the India specific implementation experience and learnings. This will help aspiring M2M platform providers to gain an understanding of the drivers for successful field implementation in the Indian ecosystem. It is believed that, India geographical market itself is a representative sample for emerging economies. Therefore, a framework that is defined to address this segment, will help to serve the needs of emerging economies market too.

This document describes use cases in Industrial Automation segment.


Created On:March 16, 2015    Attachment: TSDSI-M2M-TR-UCD_Industrial_Automation-V0.1.0-20150306.docx

There is a need for an independent M2M platform, that is based on a single or heterogeneous communication technology on the one hand, with a set of standard common services (OSS, BSS and much more), and standardized device interfaces, that can be leveraged by multiple service providers, multiple user organizations and for multiple applications. Availability of standard interfaces on the communication and device facing sides of such a platform, will foster innovations in the communication and device segments, with assured quality of service.

TSDSI’s M2M group has undertaken study of various vertical segments to extract business requirements from an M2M/IoT perspective. This is intended to help cross pollinate useful features across different verticals for the overall benefit of the user community. Purpose of this exercise is to extract common requirements of all verticals which in turn will become candidates for M2M platform functionalities. It also brings out the India specific implementation experience and learnings. This will help aspiring M2M platform providers to gain an understanding of the drivers for successful field implementation in the Indian ecosystem. It is believed that, India geographical market itself is a representative sample for emerging economies. Therefore, a framework that is defined to address this segment, will help to serve the needs of emerging economies market too.

This document describes use cases in Utilities (Power, Gas and Water) vertical.


Created On:March 16, 2015    Attachment: TSDSI-M2M-TR-UCD_Utilities-V0.1.0-20150306_3.docx

There is a need for an independent M2M platform, that is based on a single or heterogeneous communication technology on the one hand, with a set of standard common services (OSS, BSS and much more), and standardized device interfaces, that can be leveraged by multiple service providers, multiple user organizations and for multiple applications. Availability of standard interfaces on the communication and device facing sides of such a platform, will foster innovations in the communication and device segments, with assured quality of service.

TSDSI’s M2M group has undertaken study of various vertical segments to extract business requirements from an M2M/IoT perspective. This is intended to help cross pollinate useful features across different verticals for the overall benefit of the user community. Purpose of this exercise is to extract common requirements of all verticals which in turn will become candidates for M2M platform functionalities. It also brings out the India specific implementation experience and learnings. This will help aspiring M2M platform providers to gain an understanding of the drivers for successful field implementation in the Indian ecosystem. It is believed that, India geographical market itself is a representative sample for emerging economies. Therefore, a framework that is defined to address this segment, will help to serve the needs of emerging economies market too.

This document describes use cases in Environment Monitoring and Polliution Control segment.


Created On:March 16, 2015    Attachment: TSDSI-M2M-TR-UCD_Environment_and_Pollution_Control-V0.1.0_20150306.docx