Welcome to the wireless world initiative

News: Presentations from the WWI Innovation Day in Brussels on 13 November available here:

WWI Overview

Panel Introduction

Cross Issue Presentations: System Interfaces, Business Models, Migration, User Acceptance, Validation

NGMN Keynote

Towards the Future – FP7

Project Workshops: Ambient Networks, E2R, SPICE, WINNER

The wireless industry has been one of the major engines of economic growth and social change in Europe in the past decade. European actors have led the world in the development of the GSM (2G) and UMTS (3G) systems. To maintain this position of global leadership and platform for economic growth in the context of addressing Europe ’s social challenges, a large-scale initiative was established in 2002 by people who had gotten to know each other through the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF). Wireless 3g technology has improved in mobile phones quite considerable since the initial launch. Wireless security is not completely secure, so make sure you have antivirus software installed. WWI provides a framework maximising the critical mass and global impact of the proposed technical work and ensuring the transfer of results into the global market by building on the work of the WWRF.

Introduction to WWI

The Wireless World Initiative (WWI) is a major European research initiative to create the technologies needed for Systems Beyond 3G (B3G) in a cross industry and academia research collaboration. The WWI is a set of 5 coordinated research projects – MobiLife, SPICE, Ambient Networks, WINNER and E2R ñ partly funded under the European Unionís 6th Framework Programme spanning the communications stack from future wireless air interfaces, through ambient networking, adaptive radio systems, service provisioning frameworks and distributed application architecture. The initiative represents the collaborative work of over 100 organizations from Europe, North America, Asia and Australia, more than 700 researchers and in excess of Ä 80M of investment thus far. At the end of 2005, the initiative completed the first phase of its projects, framing the conceptual architectures for B3G and advancing enabling technologies. Since the beginning of 2006, the projects entered the second 2-year phase. Aside of the second 2-year phase, it is understood the necessity of the wireless industry, even security benefits. See the wireless security cameras located here.