To prepare international publications in the field of audio, video and multimedia systems and equipment.
These publications mainly include specification of the performance, methods of measurement for consumer and professional equipment and their application in systems and its interoperability with other systems or equipment.
NOTE: Multimedia is the integration of any form of audio, video, graphics, data and telecommunication and integration includes the production, storage, processing, transmission, display and reproduction of such information.
The Advisory Group on Strategy (AGS) is charged with the design and development of long term strategies for TC 100 for the standardization of digital multimedia systems and equipment.
To meet this objective, the AGS advises and recommends action on long-term strategic plans and directions for organizational structure and procedures for more effective standards development.
The AGS will provide leadership to enable improved cooperation between industry and TC100 by creating the strategic plans, which will strengthen the relevance of TC100 standardization activities.
The AGS reports directly to the Chairman of TC100.
TC 100/AGS acted as an alternative to Sector Boards (document 140/AC:1999 paragraph 5). However, in accordance with the disbandment of Sector Board, the AGS became one of genuine TC 100 groups.
The members of the AGS include:
Persons representing industry associations, where the members of the AGS cover global regions. Regions include: America, Europe, Asia and Oceanic. The AGS reviews and considers additional members periodically.
The Chairman, Secretary(ies) of TC 100.
IEC Central Office representative to give a strong support of the IEC Central Office.
Multimedia systems and equipment - Multimedia home network configuration - Basic reference
Part 1: System model
Part 2: Protocol
Part 3: Data model
Part 4: Security
This International Standard specifies the basic reference model to configure the network devices when the home
equipments access to the network. The reference model is structured by existing protocols based base and Web technologies.
Ms R. Atarashi
Ms X. Bin
Dr Y. Komachi
Mr J. Yoshio
Mr H. Zhang
Part 1: CCDV 100/2111/CDV (Closing date: 2013-06-28)
Part 2: ANW 100/1486/RVN Target date for CD: 2013-03 (SMB 145/16)
Part 3: ANW 100/1486/RVN Target date for CD: 2013-03 (SMB 146/24)
Part 4: ANW 100/1486/RVN Target date for CD: 2013-03 (SMB 146/24)
PT 62731 Ed1
Text-to-Speech Functionality for Television - General requirements
To prepare draft International Standards for specifications on Text-to-Speech Functionality for Television.
Open IPTV Forum (OIPF) Consumer Terminal Function and Network Interfaces for Access to IPTV and Open Internet Multimedia Services -
Part 1: Overview
Part 2-1: Media Formats
Part 2-2: HTTP Adaptive Streaming
Part 3: Content Metadata
The proposed work item deals with providing a fully standardised user-to-network interface (UNI) for OIPF consumer terminals to be able to access multimedia IP services over managed or non-managed networks. Towards this purpose, media formats, HTTP adaptive streaming formats, content metadata, protocols, a declarative application environment, a procedural application environment, authentication, content and service protection shall be specified in a multiple-part standard. The specification shall make use of established standards and open specifications wherever possible.
Mr P. Szucs
Dr F. Kefeng
Ms U. Haltrich
Mr R. DiFrancesco
Ms G. Wei
Part 1: ACDV 100/1915/INF Target date for CDV: 2013-11 (SMB 145/15)
Part 2-1: ACDV 100/1917/INF Target date for CDV: 2013-11 (SMB 145/15)
Part 2-2: ACDV 100/1918/INF Target date for CDV: 2013-11 (SMB 146/23)
Part 3: ACDV 100/1919/INF Target date for CDV: 2013-11 (SMB 146/23)
PWI 100 (PT 0), IEC TR 62869
Stage 0 project on wireless power transfer
This stage 0 project will survey current development and standards activities on wireless power transmission and prepare a Technical Report to provide a view for possible new work iem proposals.
Management Protocol of Wireless Power Transfer for Multi-devices
To prepare draft International Standards for control protocols for wireless power transfer interface to multi-devices; particularly on control and management of multi-devices for their wireless charging.
conduct a survey to collect AAL use cases in the field of audio, video and multimedia systems and equipment;
contribute to the work of IEC SMB SG 5 AAL by submitting AAL use cases summarized from the survey;
find out AAL future new work items in the field of audio, video and multimedia systems and equipment; and
prepare a technical report as the deliverable of the project
Also the project team will review the IEC TR 62678, Audio, video and multimedia systems and equipment activities and considerations related to accessibility and usability, and revise as necessary based on the result of discussions in the project team. (Current stage 0 project on accessibility will be merged to this project.)
Wireless Power Transfer - multiple sources control management
To prepare draft International Standards for multiple sources control management of wireless power transfer which specifies methods of formation of multiple groups on a spatial wireless power transfer system.