Henning gave a presentation at the NetCri 2007 workshop about LoST. An overview paper is also available. In short, LoST is used to map location information and a service identifier to a service contact URI. In the context of emergency services this is useful to determine the PSAP URI that is responsible
Interested in emergency services & security? Here are my slides corresponding to the paper from the NetCri 2007 workshop.
I am currently at the “The First International Workshop on Research Challenges in Next Generation Networks for First Responders and Critical Infrastructures” workshop http://www.cs.umd.edu/~sharno/NetCri07/. This workshop is co-located with the “2nd International Swarm Intelligence & Other Forms of Malware” (Malware 2007) workshop http://isiom.wssrl.org/
Here is an interesting (and short) article about challenges for the emergency services infrastructure: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/06/us/06phone.html?_r=1&hp=&oref=slogin&pagewanted=print
In a discussion today I remember the MobiArch 2006 workshop where a number of IETF people gave presentations about their work. I particularly liked the Adhoc Networking presentation by Charles Perkins and the User Mobility in IEEE 802.11 Networks presentation by Henning Schulzrinne. The latter one points to problems with IEEE 802.11
The high-level agenda for the SDO Emergency Services Workshop is available! At the last workshop we focused on reports from the different SDOs. This time we plan to focus more precisely on the information sharing of new work by various SDOs and then we plan to jump into panel discussions covering
A number of decisions have been made during yesterdays GEOPRIV working group meeting with Henning Schulzrinne and Jon Peterson chairing the meeting. I was not able to participate but here is a short summary: Hum 1: In favor of doing both types of subscriptions: with a URI (direct) and with
Look at this document if you work on IETF specifications and you need to learn something about IPv6 usage. It is also a nice IPv6 tutorial.
I was the thesis supervisor of Thomas Otto. The thesis is available at http://www-public.tu-bs.de:8080/~y0013790/thesis-otto-eapmethods.pdf Thomas writes: ” It might serve as survey of EAP and EAP methods and as a snapshot of their development in mid 2006. In summary, the thesis deals with EAP EAP methods selected applications of EAP
All IETF#68 meeting slides can be found here: https://datatracker.ietf.org/public/meeting_materials.cgi?meeting_num=68