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Ubiquitous Web Applications Activity Statement

The Ubiquitous Web Applications Activity was launched on 30 March 2007 with the vision of enabling value-added services and business models for ubiquitous networked devices, based upon W3C's strengths in declarative representations. The Activity includes the Geolocation Working Group, the Ubiquitous Web Applications Working Group (closed), the Device APIs and Policy Working Group, the Model-Based UI Working Group (closed), the Points of Interest Working Group (closed), the System Applications Working Group's, the Near Field Communications Working Group and the Web Real-Time Communications Working Group .

Highlights Since the Previous Advisory Committee Meeting

Upcoming Activity Highlights

Summary of Activity Structure

GroupChairTeam ContactCharter
Automotive Working Group
Paul Boyes, Adam AbramskiTed Guild, Kazuyuki AshimuraChartered until 30 June 2016
Device APIs Working Group
Frederick HirschDominique Hazaël-MassieuxChartered until 31 December 2015
Geolocation Working Group
Giridhar MandyamKazuyuki AshimuraChartered until 31 December 2016
Web Real-Time Communications Working Group
Harald Alvestrand, Stefan Håkansson, Erik LagerwayDominique Hazaël-Massieux, Vivien LacourbaChartered until 30 September 2015
System Applications Working Group
Wonsuk LeeDave RaggettChartered until 1 October 2014
Second Screen Presentation Working Group
Anssi KostiainenFrançois DaoustChartered until 31 October 2016
Web of Things Interest Group
Joerg Heuer,, Ricardo MorinDave RaggettChartered until 31 March 2016

This Activity Statement was prepared for TPAC 2014 per section 5 of the W3C Process Document. Generated from group data.

Matt Womer, Ubiquitous Web Applications Activity Lead

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