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May 20–21, 2015 – Berlin, Germany

Workshop 1: Connected TV – Broadcast Broadband Convergence

13:30 - 14:30

  • HbbTV: current market situation and outlook on HbbTV 2.0

Klaus Merkel  Institut für Rundfunktechnik (IRT)

  • HbbTV Application Toolkit and showcases

Annette Wilson – Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (rbb), Project Manager

  • Drone Wars – Attacking Smart TVs via the broadcast RF segment, and countermeasure

Alexander Adolf – Condition-ALPHA, CTO and Technology Consultant

Benjamin Michéle – IT-Security Consultant

14:30 - 15:00 Coffee Break, Demos & Exhibition

15:00 - 16:00

  • W3C Glass to Glass Internet Ecosystem task force

Giuseppe Pascale – Opera, PM Connected TV Content and Advertising

  • Benefits & Challenges of Cloud-Transcoding for Live and OnDemand Content Use Cases

Stefan Lederer – bitmovin, CEO and founder

  • Video transcoding for multiscreen environment

Ludovic Pertuisel – Thomson Video Networks, Senior Product Manager

16:00 - 16:30 Coffee Break, Demos & Exhibition

16:30 - 18:00

  • Interactive Video – a new way of storytelling

Jörn Berkefeld – BitTubes, CEO

  • W3C TV Control API

Sean Lin – Mozilla Foundation, Software Engineer

  • Android as TV operating system (past, today, tomorrow)

Milan Bjelica – RT-RK, Head of Group "Next Generation TV"

  • Usability analysis of HbbTV

Sven Pagel – Univ. of Appl. Sc. Mainz, Business Informatics and Media Management

Tobias Simon – Univ. of Appl. Sc. Mainz, Media Design and Usability

  • The cold war to connected TV

Antonio Pavolini – Telecom Italia, Business Analyst in Digital Media

Workshop 2: W3C Second Screen Presentation WG open session "Multiscreen – Challenges and Best Practices"

The workshop is an open session co-organised by the W3C Second Screen Presentation Working Group. The working group's goal is to define APIs that enable web pages to use secondary screens to display web content. This workshop will discuss use cases for multiscreen scenarios and technical details for implementation and usage by application developers.

13:30 - 14:30

  • Presentation API – Intro and Recent Improvements

François Daoust – Web  and TV specialist at W3C

  • Presentation API in Chromium

Mark Foltz  Google, Senior Staff Software Engineer

  • Presentation API / DIAL integration

Mark Watson  Netflix, Director Streaming Standards

  • Companion Screens and HbbTV 2.0

Matt Hammond – BBC, Senior R&D Engineer


14:30 - 15:00 Coffee Break, Demos & Exhibition

15:00 - 16:00

  • Presentation API on Firefox OS

Shih-Chiang Chien  Mozilla Foundation, Senior Software Engineer

  • Presentation API on Smart Watches

Soonbo Han – LG Electronics, Senior Research Engineer

  • Multiscreen on Cloud Browsers

Oliver Friedrich  Deutsche Telekom, Senior Expert New Media

Alexandra Mikityuk Deutsche Telekom, Technical Consultant at T-Labs

  • Digital Signage Provides Information of Games and Disasters

Masayuki Ihara  NTT Japan, Senior Research Engineer

  • Extending Video for Multiscreen

Jean-Claude Dufourd  Télécom ParisTech, Research Director

16:00 - 16:30 Coffee Break, Demos & Exhibition

16:30 - 18:00

  • W3C Second Screen Presentation Working Group F2F Meeting

Closing Session

Workshop 3: Web of Things – Convergence of Ecosystems

Workshop 3 focusses on approaches how to overcome the fragmentation of vertically oriented closed systems, architectures and application areas. A Web of “things" is the most promising approach to deliver open systems and platforms that support multiple applications. Workshop 3 tries to draw up a roadmap for the Web of Things addressing following three topics: (1) Web of Things technologies and protocols, (2) cross-application domains, (3) market development and current trends.

13:30 - 14:30

  • IoT Developer and Platform Landscape

Stijn Schuermans  VisionMobile, Senior Business Analyst

  • Bridging the gap between the IoT and the Web – Web standards for JavaScript device drivers

Dave Raggett  W3C, W3C Fellow

  • Wiring the IoT with Node-RED

Dave Conway-Jones – IBM United Kingdom Limited, Senior Inventor, Mobile Embedded Technology Consultant

  • Smart Home – Evolution of Standards

Jens Hempel – TÜV Rheinland Industrie Service GmbH, Grid Automation / Smart Grid Services

14:30 - 15:00 Coffee Break, Demos & Exhibition

15:00 - 16:00

  • WunderBar, the Chocolatey IoT Tool for App Development

Jackson Bond – relayr, Co-founder and Head of Product

  • How to build an interoperable and open Web of Things

Jörg Heuer  Siemens AG, Corporate Technology, Research and Technology Center, Program Manager

  • Digital Workplace – IoT as enabler for Connected Enterprise Services

Christian Mastrodonato – KONICA MINOLTA Inc., Chief Technologist and Service Lab Manager

  • IoT Standardisation: the approach of the European Commission

Achilleas Kemos – European Commission, Policy & Project Officer

  • IoT and crowd sourcing – towards new interactions

Sébastien Ziegler – Mandat International, Director

16:00 - 16:30 Coffee Break, Demos & Exhibition

16:30 - 18:00

  • IoT in the home – requirements for the mass market

Martin Vesper  digitalSTROM AG, CEO

  • The future of the application layer in the Internet of Things

Jens Uhlig – EmtoEmGo UG, Founder & CTO

  • But It's My Home! – Designing Connected Products

Martin Spindler – Consultant and Market Analyst

  • RIOT OS – The friendly Operating System

Hauke Petersen – RIOT OS, Co-founder and CTO

  • Enabling IoT devices to talk Web: The Community approach

Charalampos Doukas – CREATE-NET, Senior Researcher