Innovation makers from the Mobile Ecosystem and the Smart Security Industry meet at Smart Mobility. At stake: bringing trust to mobile and wireless communications, services and applications.
2008 has shown a growing awareness and concern about mobile security. While mobile and contactless solutions are blooming (Internet, payment, TV, ticketing, localisation…), while mobile telecoms, IT and Smart Security sectors are converging, it is urgent to address thoroughly the trust and security challenge of Mobility
. This is the focus of Smart Mobility.
During 2½ days, over 30 researchers and experts from the whole mobility and security value chain
will present the latest technology innovations, share the lessons from trials and live roll-outs, and address their vision for consumers-centric transactions and services that combine
: Trust+Risks Management+Privacy
Smart Mobility program adopts a dual approach, technologies AND applications issues, thanks to 2 complementary parallel streams:
Smart Mobility Ecosystem
stream focuses on hottest mobile security topics related to: NFC devices and applications, smart security devices, open mobile platforms and devices, client-server architectures, standardisation.
Smart Mobility Applications
covers the 3 major mobile applications that are Media & Content Services, Transportation and m-Payment. In each theme, the presentations topics will range from market acceptance to high level security solutions.
More details: Smart Mobility program
► Opening session: Supporting the growth of mobility and digital security
- Jan Muehlfeit, Chairman Europe, Microsoft Corporation
- Mung Ki Woo, Vice-President Payment Contactless, Orange
- Jacques Seneca, Chairman, Eurosmart
- Jacques Stern, Chairman, French National Agency for Research
- Karel de Vriendt, IDABC Head of Unit, European Commission
- Dr Walter Weigel, Director General, ETSI
► Keynote Speakers
Several keynote speakers
bring an update on trusted mobile applications issues. They have confirmed:
- Houssem Assadi, Head of R&D Department e-Commerce and Trusted Transactions Orange will explain how NFC-enabled mobile phones can be more than dematerialized cards,
- Janne Uusilehto
, Head of Nokia Product Security Nokia
will set the agenda for the standardisation of mobile security,
- Thomas E. Hissam
, Mobile Payment Subject Matter expert, IBM Global Services
will explain how to give more added-value to mobile payment services.
In addition to this extensive content, a joint panel discussion with co-located e-Smart event, offers the unique opportunity to envision the near future of Smart security and Smart Mobility. Under the theme “Towards trusted convergence”,
the debate will question how will a trusted converged world of communications, media, entertainment and other services emerge, from standards and technology frameworks perspective.
"Smart Mobility" is part of the “Smart Event
” considered as the foremost and most comprehensive innovation forum for mobility and trusted technologies & services. It is structured around the complementary themes of 3 conferences:
- "e-Smart", The future of digital security technologies
", Building trusted mobile applications
e-ID", The next e-ID management technologies & services
The "Smart University
" educational program completes the agenda.
Highlights and events
- Co-located events & special interest group meetings are proposed, most of them taking place on September 16. [more
- Networking & peer to peer connections are greatly emphasized through the Reception Cocktail and the Gala Dinner. [more
Buy now the proceedings of Smart Mobility'08, Industry and academia at Smart Mobility 2008
IBM Global Business Services
NFC Research Lab - University Hagenberg
Silicon Storage Technology
Surf Communication Solutions
University La Sapienza / Joint Research Center European Commission
University of Ioannina
VTT Technical Research Centre of FinlandWatchdata
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