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2011 European Regional ITS Conference
Budapest 18-21 September, 2011

"Innovative ICT Applications - Emerging Regulatory, Economic and Policy Issues"

There are hot topics, arisen from the digital convergence and the emerging new e-services and applications based on the convergent technologies, in particularly on the area of smart home and workplace, e-health, intelligent transport, energy-aware green technologies, digital cities. The research on the future of the Internet has become a strategic priority in the developed countries, including the socio-economic, security and regulatory issues. There are challenges from the deployment of new multimedia content and innovative internet applications, including 3D videos, tele-presence applications, multiplayer network gaming, enhanced and virtual world. The recent implementation of the new EU regulatory framework in electronic communications provides great importance for the exchange of the experiences and the discussions aiming at the selection of the best practices.

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2011 Automatic map-based FTTx access network designMitcsenkov, Attila / Katzenberger, Péter / Bakos, Péter / Paksy, Géza
2011 Assessment of sectoral innovation systems approach: The case of Turkish internet service marketTözer, Ayhan / Göktaylar, Yavuz
2011 Using social media data to understand mobile customer experience and behaviorHsu, Wenling / Jacobsen, Guy / Jin, Yu / Skudlark, Ann
2011 Cloud computing and prospective business and economic impacts in developing country: A case study of ThailandKeesookpuna, Chutipong / Mitomob, Hitoshi
2011 Future trends of televisionLudányi, Arnold / Belényesi, Pál
2011 Unlocking the potential of the smart metering technology: How can regulation level the playing-field for new services in smart grids?Kranz, Johann / Picot, Arnold / Roemer, Benedikt
2011 Towards systematic understanding of institutional interests in current agenda items at the world radiocommunication conferenceArd-Paru, Nattawut
2011 A new track for technology: Can ICT take care for healthier lifestyles?Baum, Peter
2011 Broadcasters and radio spectrum: The emergence of a European digital dividend in the United Kingdom and SpainCullell March, Cristina
2011 Disentangling economic and political goals in the net neutrality debateBauer, Johannes M. / Obar, Jonathan / Koh, Taejin
2011 Third time lucky? An exploration of Hutchison Whampoa's involvement in the mobile telecommunications industryWhalley, Jason / Curwen, Peter
2011 Transparency about net neutrality: A translation of the new European rules into a multi-stakeholder modelNooren, Pieter / Prins, Mark
2011 European Broadband Tariffs Analysis: Broadband Tariff Analysis - EU 27, Q4 2010Safikhani, Qmars
2011 Understanding the digital divide: A literature survey and ways forwardSrinuan, Chalita / Bohlin, Erik
2011 Regulatory authorities in the EU information and communications technology sectors: The role of trust and transparency in watching the watchdogStevens, David
2011 Business model innovations and ICT based national financial inclusion programs: An Indian case studyJain, Rekha
2011 Regulation of network industries in the European Union and in Central and Eastern EuropeMajor, Iván / Kiss, Károly M.
2011 The impact of new terminals on telecommunications carriers and TV media companiesTerada, Shinichiro
2011 Internet access and investment incentives for broadband service providersBaranes, Edmond / Poudou, Jean-Christophe
2011 Government cloud computing and the policies of data sovereigntyIrion, Kristina
2011 Relying on storage or ICT? How to maintain low voltage grids' stability with an increasing feed-in of fluctuating renewable energy sourcesRömer, Benedikt / Reichhart, Philipp / Kranz, Johann / Picot, Arnold
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