2. Approval of agenda
3. Approval of 8/9/12 meeting report
4. Chairman's remarks (D. Maxson)
5. Action item review
(6/28/12) Mr. Birks will determine what information Sirius XM is able to share with respect to its geolocation standards.
(8/9/12) Mr. Wang will add receiver icons to the “LBS Broadcast Data Architecture” figure, representing receivers that are not connected to the internet cloud, receivers that are sometimes connected to the internet cloud, and receivers that are always connected to the internet cloud, respectively.
(8/9/12) Mr. Maxson will ask Alexander Zink at Fraunhofer if he has any use case descriptions already developed by Fraunhofer, European standards bodies, or others that can be shared with the LBSWG.
(8/9/12) Mr. Maxon will circulate an outline of use cases to the LBSWG.
6. Develop outline of LBSWG goals
a. List questions that need to be answered
What do use the various cases have in common?
What things can the LBSWG propose to support the use cases?
- Recommend how often geo location data is sent?
- Recommend size or fomat of geo location data?
What things are impractical for LBSWG to try to address?
7. Other business
8. Future meetings