2015 Regional ITS Conference, Los Angeles 2015

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International Telecommunications Society Regional Conference
Los Angeles, October 25-28, 2015

"The Intelligent World: Realizing Hopes, Overcoming Challenges"

Advancements in M2M (machine-to-machine) communication through ubiquitous and intelligent communication networks and the proliferation of sensors and end-user mobile devices, provides the potential to alleviate many societal problems, both nationally and internationally, from healthcare and traffic fatalities to global sustainability. However, they have also created new problems, such as with privacy and security. This conference will provide a forum for both industry practitioners, policy makers, from both governments and NGOs, and academia explore the challenges and issues related to achieving this reality globally. Some of the key questions that this conference will address are; i) What are the communications infrastructure and regulations necessary to support this vision?; ii) What are the appropriate transmission technologies and standards for developing countries?; iii) Are there sustainable business models for these services and applications? Abstracts of 500 words are invited on, but not restricted to, the following topics: Big data analytics, Mobile finance, E-Health, ICT for development, E-government, Internet security, Smart cities, Telematics, Sustainable development, Business models, Net neutrality, E-Learning, Serious games, Internet-of-Things and RFID, Broadband and regulation, Location based services

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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2015 A compensation model developed to increase spectrum usage efficiency in the 4G eraChou, Yuntsai; Hu, Weimin; Lien, Hsienming
2015 Technology strategies of the main actors and the strategies towards standards: the case of the diffusion of smart houses in JapanMiyazaki, Kumiko; Nishida, Kentarou
2015 Innovativeness of national regulatory authorities in EU telecommunicationsWendel, Julia
2015 A FabLab for development in rural Philippines: Reflecting on the recipe for success for a community technology centerWatanabe, Tomoaki; Tokushima, Yutaka
2015 ICT development and productivity of transport infrastructureNa, Kyoung-Youn; Yoon, Chang-ho
2015 Investigating the role of mobile network operators as platform providers in the internet of thingsKarapantelakis, Athanasios; Markendahl, Jan
2015 Internet of things and its futurevan den Dam, Rob
2015 How ubiquitous is ubiquitous communication? Assessing bandwidth distributions among 172 countries from 1986 to 2013Hilbert, Martin
2015 The potential of big data and telecommunications in the Ebola responseHellmann, Daniel; Chan, Jennifer; Tapia, Andrea; Maitland, Carleen F.
2015 Shape of universal service policy for IoT: An exploration from US and Japanese policies on universal service for broadbandWatanabe, Tomoaki
2015 Communicating abroad: A case study of Za'atari Syrian refugee campXu, Ying; Maitland, Carleen F.
2015 Designing workable mobile broadband policiesTsai, Hsin-yi Sandy; Bauer, Johannes M.
2015 An empirical analysis of consumers' concerns about privacy through using the internetKoguchi, Teppei; Kuroda, Toshifumi; Ida, Takanori
2015 Analysis of the economic value of leaks of personal dataKoguchi, Teppei; Jitsuzumi, Toshiya; Kasuga, Norihiro; Nakamura, Akihiro; Shishikura, Manabu
2015 Broadband for all: Policies for a connected societyLevin, Stanford Lee; Schmidt, Stephen; Scott, Graham
2015 Broadband industry structure and cybercrime: An empirical analysisGideon, Carolyn; Hogendorn, Christiaan
2015 Developing big data capabilities in developing countries: Evidence from a cross industry study in GhanaMarfo, John Serbe; Boateng, Richard
2015 Repositioning in value chain for smart city ecosystems: A viable strategy for historical telecom actorsGhanbari, Amirhossein; Álvarez San-Jaime, Oscar; Casey, Thomas; Markendahl, Jan
2015 What makes IoT different for the regulatory authorityHaire, Andrew J.
2015 Africa's digital divide: Geography, policy, and implicationsSarkar, Avijit; Pick, James B.; Johnson, Jeremy
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