Title TEIN2 Training workshop: VDO Streaming Technology on TEIN2
Chair and Contacts Kanchana Kanchanasut,  AIT, Thailand
George MclLaughlin, DANTE, UK

Contact: Abdul Awal [abdul.awal@ait.ac.th]

Mohammad Abdul Awal, intERLab, AIT, Thailand
Pathcharee Basu, SOI/ASIA, WIDE Project, Japan
Achmad Husni Thamrin, SFC, Keio University, Japan
Yasuo Tsuchimoto, WIDE Project, Japan and AIT, Thailand
Objective The workshop provides training on VDO streaming technology over the Internet or TEIN2 users to enable them to utilize TEIN2 effectively for real-time distance education. It will cover underlying network technologies such as multicasting, performance monitoring and various supporting tools for distance education environment. The focus of the workshop will be on the different VDO technologies (DVTS, HDTV and MPEG4) in use and how to make effective use of them over TEIN2. Example cases in telemedicine (Kyushu University), medical education (ANGKOR Project) and SOI/ASIA will be demonstrated.
Target Audience TEINs members and interested individuals. [Open for All]
Expected No. of Participants 20
Session Chair & Speakers Session 1:
Title: VDO and Streaming Technologies
Chair: George McLaughlin, DANTE

9:00-10:30 VDO and Streaming Technologies, by Kazunori Sugiura (Keio University, Japan) (90 mins) (34 MB)

Session 2:
Title: Distance Education over TEIN2 Environment: Example Cases
Chair: George McLaughlin, DANTE

-- Telesurgery, by Shuji Shimizu and Koji OKAMURA (Kyushu University, Faculty of Medicine, Japan) (30 mins)
-- ANGKOR, by Kanchana Kanchanasut (intERLab, AIT, Thailand) (25 mins)
-- Mobile Classroom, by Andrey Kuprianov (intERLab, AIT, Thailand) (10 mins)
-- SOI-ASIA, by Patcharee Basu (WIDE Project, Japan) (25 mins)

Session 3:
Title: Muliticast and TEIN2 M6Cast
Chair: Kanchana Kanchanasut, intERLab, AIT, Thailand

14:00-15:30 Muliticast and TEIN2 M6Cast
Speaker: Achmad Husni Thamrin (Keio University, Japan) and Patcharee Basu (WIDE Project, Japan)

Session 4:
Title: DVTS and DVRelay
Chair: Kanchana Kanchanasut, intERLab, AIT, Thailand

Hands-on: DVTS and DVRelay
by Mohammad Abdul Awal, Andrey Kuprianov, Dwijendra Kumar Das (intERLab, AIT, Thailand)
Achmad Husni Thamrin (Keio University, Japan) and Patcharee Basu (WIDE Project, Japan)
Remarks(including Special arrangements if Any) VDO conference and high speed connection to the room needed. Best to use the same room as telemedicine. 2 Desktop PCs 2 Wired Network ports 2 Power extension cables 2 projectors with screens 2 Network switches There might be arround 10-20 participants with their notebooks. They should be able to get network IP by DHCP (wired or wireless).

Last Updated 1 Feb 2007