IEC 60050-741:2020 provides a definition of Internet of Things along with related terms and definitions. It has the status of a horizontal standard in accordance with IEC Guide 108:2006. This terminology is consistent with the terminology developed in the other specialized parts of the IEV.

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This part of IEC 62766 specifies formats for the audio/video content provided by IPTV
services using fixed line access networks or mobile access networks and voice and video
telephony services. It does not apply to the broadcast channel input of hybrid devices except
where explicitly specified.
This part of IEC 62766 defines formats for the delivery of 3D video. At the present time,
delivery to fixed terminals is targeted. No special provision is made for mobile or portable
devices.
This standard defines the media formats utilised on the UNI reference point UNIT-17 of the
Open IPTV Forum functional architecture.

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This part of IEC 62766 specifies media formats for adaptive unicast content streaming over
HTTP.
Two HTTP adaptive streaming formats are specified. The first is based entirely on MPEG
DASH. The second is the OIPF “HTTP adaptive streaming” (HAS) format, which is based upon
3GPP’s release 9 adaptive HTTP streaming (AHS) format, with some profiling and extensions
to add the features of media components and support for MPEG-2 transport stream content
segment format. The latter format was specified before MPEG DASH had been published. It is
retained due to usage in some legacy applications.

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This part of IEC 62766 specifies the aspects concerning content metadata.

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IEC 62766-8:2017(E) defines three example profiles that may be adopted for implementation in suitable devices.

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IEC 62766-4-1:2017(E) specifies the protocols, which apply to the following reference point interfaces identified in the architecture described in Annex B of IEC 62766-1:2017.
- The UNI interfaces, between the consumer domain and the network or service provider domains.
- The HNI interfaces, between the functional entities in the consumer network domain.
- Interfaces to external systems, which include DLNA networks in the consumer domain.

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IEC 62766-7:2017(E) specifies functions for content protection, service protection, service access protection, user identification, user authentication, and user authorisation.

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IEC 62766-6:2017(E) specifies the procedural application environment (PAE) component of the OIPF terminal function (OITF). It also defines the UNI reference point UNIS-12 of the OIPF functional architecture summarised in Annex B of IEC 62766-1:2017.
The PAE is an application environment for IPTV services based on Java. Like other specifications such as OCAP, ACAP and Blu-ray, which are, or include, GEM terminal specifications, this document follows the structure of ETSI TS 102 728.

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IEC 62766-5-2:2017(E) specifies a profile of HTML5, CSS and other related web technologies for connected TVs. Its goal is to describe a common profile that can be relied on by content and service providers and implemented by manufacturers. It does not describe extensions or modification to any of the referenced technologies but only tries to define a subset of web standards that are suitable and useful for TV deployments and at the same time stable enough to provide a good degree of confidence that real interoperability can be achieved. It may add clarifications and/or additional constraints where these are needed due to the nature of the target deployment environment.

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IEC 62766-5-1:2017(E) specifies the Declarative Application Environment (DAE) component of the OIPF terminal function (OITF). The DAE is a declarative language based environment (browser) based on the OIPF web standards TV profile specified in IEC 62766-5-2 for the presentation of user interfaces and including scripting support for interaction with network server-side applications and access to the APIs of the other OITF functions.

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IEC 62944:2016(E) specifies a set of principles and considerations for digital television products in support of older people and persons with disabilities in addition to mainstream users. The effect of following the principles and considerations as set out in this document is to ensure that the widest range of users can access, understand and use digital television products. These principles and considerations cover four main user profiles such as individuals with hearing impairments, individuals with sight impairments, individuals with mobility impairments and individuals with cognitive impairments.

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IEC 62766-1:2017(E) defines general common elements and specifies the structure of the IEC 62766 series, the scopes of, and relationships between the other parts

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IEC 62766-4-2:2017(E) provides informative examples of features defined in IEC 62766-4-1.

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IEC 62944:2016 specifies a set of principles and considerations for digital television products in support of older people and persons with disabilities in addition to mainstream users. The effect of following the principles and considerations as set out in this document is to ensure that the widest range of users can access, understand and use digital television products. These principles and considerations cover four main user profiles such as individuals with hearing impairments, individuals with sight impairments, individuals with mobility impairments and individuals with cognitive impairments.

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IEC 62766-3:2016 specifies the aspects concerning content metadata.

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IEC 62766-2-2:2016 specifies media formats for adaptive unicast content streaming over HTTP. Two HTTP adaptive streaming formats are specified. The first is based entirely on MPEG DASH. The second is the OIPF “HTTP adaptive streaming” (HAS) format, which is based upon 3GPP’s release 9 adaptive HTTP streaming (AHS) format, with some profiling and extensions to add the features of media components and support for MPEG-2 transport stream content segment format. The latter format was specified before MPEG DASH had been published. It is retained due to usage in some legacy applications.

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IEC 62766-2-1:2016 specifies formats for the audio/video content provided by IPTV services using fixed line access networks or mobile access networks and voice and video telephony services. It does not apply to the broadcast channel input of hybrid devices except where explicitly specified.It defines formats for the delivery of 3D video. At the present time, delivery to fixed terminals is targeted. It defines the media formats utilised on the UNI reference point UNIT-17 of the Open IPTV Forum functional architecture.

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The present document specifies interception of Internet Protocol (IP) Multimedia (MM) Services based on the Session
Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Real Time Transport Protocol (RTP) and Message Session Relay Protocol (MSRP) and IP
MM services as described by the Recommendations ITU-T H.323 [6] and H.248 [7].
The present document is consistent with the definition of the Handover Interface, as described in ETSI
TS 102 232-1 [2].
The present document does not override or supersede any specifications or requirements in 3GPP TS 33.108 [9] and
ETSI TS 101 671 [1].

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This European Standard concentrates on control applications for Home and Building HBES Open Communication System and covers any combination of electronic devices linked via a digital transmission network. Home and Building Electronic System as provided by the HBES Open Communication System is a specialized form of automated, decentralised and distributed process control, dedicated to the needs of home and building applications. This European Standard defines the mandatory and optional requirements for the medium independent communication over IP for HBES products and systems, a multi-application bus system where the functions are decentralised, distributed and linked through a common communication process. This European Standard is used as a product family standard. It is not intended to be used as a stand-alone standard. Other parts from the EN 50090 series may apply.

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The objective of this Technical Specification is to define a set of criteria on how Web filters shall perform and that shall give Internet users more confidence in choosing a suitable product or service in order to help protecting children online.
NOTE   A product is a software system that is installed by its administrator or its provider. A service is provided without specific installation by the administrator, but by direct provision of the customer by the provider. An example of a product is a software system installed on a personal computer, and an example of a service is an Internet connection filter provided by an Internet Service Provider and added on the Internet access service.
By using a Web filter that complies with the requirements set out in this Technical Specification, a user can be confident that the product or service:
a)   has been specifically designed to meet the needs of parents and carers (administrators of the filter) to protect children from potentially harmful URLs on the Internet;
b)   has been specifically targeted to minors, and is also suited for individuals looking to protect themselves from potentially harmful URLs on the Internet;
c)   delivers a minimum set of features and efficacy that are sufficient to provide the required level of protection;
d)   comes with clear and comprehensive documentation, installation and implementation instructions and available support;
e)   is reasonably secure, i.e. adopts proven measures to prevent bypassing or removal of the filter itself.
This Technical Specification does not cover the following technologies:
f)   any kind of email filtering, including: antispam filtering, antivirus analysis of emails and attachments, anthiphishing filtering;
g)   other Web filtering for the purpose of enterprise or adult Web usage, including: antivirus analysis of Web content, antiphishing filtering;
h)   the analysis and/or filtering of any other application traffic delivered over HTTP/HTTPS/FTP including for instance: instant messaging, peer to peer file (P2P) sharing, VoIP;
i)   the analysis and/or filtering of any other application traffic delivered over non HTTP/HTTPS/FTP protocols including for instance: newsgroups, instant messaging, peer to peer file (P2P) sharing, VoIP and social networking applications.

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This part of IEC 62298 specifies the TeleWeb Hyperteletext profile that allows Web-style text and graphics to be displayed on suitable decoders. A TeleWeb service comprises multimedia data files whose format and attributes are defined by this specification. This standard is backwards compatible with IEC 62298-3 and extends it with features like scripting and style-sheets. The graphical capability is extended with features like frames and forms. For information regarding general information and the transport layer, refer to IEC 62298-1 and IEC 62298-2.

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This part of IEC 62298 gives a general overview of the TeleWeb  application that allows Web-style text and graphics to be  broadcast to and displayed by suitable decoders. TeleWeb  services can be broadcast in a number of different ways, for  example, VBI, DVB, DAB, etc., and to a variety of decoder  types, for example TVs, portable decoders, PCs, etc. These  transmission protocols are described separately.

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This part of IEC 62298 specifies the TeleWeb Superteletext profile that allows Web-style text and graphics to be displayed on suitable decoders. A TeleWeb service comprises multimedia data files whose format and attributes are defined by this specification. This specification focuses on the presentation layer especially the implementation of TeleWeb HTML. It further defines graphical requirements like colours and fonts and the used content formats. For information regarding general information and the transport layer, refer to IEC 62298-1 and IEC 62298-2.

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This part of IEC 62298 specifies the transmission layer of TeleWeb. TeleWeb services can be broadcast in a number of different ways, for example, VBI, DVB, DAB, etc., and to a variety of decoder types, for example, TVs, portable decoders, PCs, etc. This standard specifies the transmission layer for VBI and DVB broadcasts.

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IEC 62766-2-1:2016 specifies formats for the audio/video content provided by IPTV services using fixed line access networks or mobile access networks and voice and video telephony services. It does not apply to the broadcast channel input of hybrid devices except where explicitly specified.It defines formats for the delivery of 3D video. At the present time, delivery to fixed terminals is targeted. It defines the media formats utilised on the UNI reference point UNIT-17 of the Open IPTV Forum functional architecture.

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IEC 62766-3:2016 specifies the aspects concerning content metadata.

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IEC 62766-2-2:2016 specifies media formats for adaptive unicast content streaming over HTTP. Two HTTP adaptive streaming formats are specified. The first is based entirely on MPEG DASH. The second is the OIPF “HTTP adaptive streaming” (HAS) format, which is based upon 3GPP’s release 9 adaptive HTTP streaming (AHS) format, with some profiling and extensions to add the features of media components and support for MPEG-2 transport stream content segment format. The latter format was specified before MPEG DASH had been published. It is retained due to usage in some legacy applications. Key words: Internet

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This European Standard defines the mandatory and optional requirements for the medium independent communication over IP for HBES products and systems, a multi-application bus system where the functions are decentralised, distributed and linked through a common communication process. This European Standard is used as a product family standard. It is not intended to be used as a stand-alone standard. Other parts from the EN 50090 series may apply.

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