Mobile World
Congress 2013
25-28 Feb
Hall 8.1  (8.1H49)

Come visit us and learn more about the Open Web Platform

The Open Web Platform is the premier platform for application development. Built on HTML5 and a host of other open standards, HTML5 logo the Open Web Platform is fundamentally transforming industry after industry. Technology convergence, video and rich multimedia, new forms of interaction, social networking, greater device interoperability, and improved accessibility are having a profound impact on the way businesses operate and serve customers. Members of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) are shaping the Web as the premier platform for innovation, and changing the way we live, work, and play. Learn more…

Demos at W3C's Booth in 2013

W3C would like to thank the following people and organizations for sharing demos at the booth in 2013:

  • W3C camera and gallery apps, hyperdevices
  • A. de Zaragoza HTML5 Web site for citizens
  • Tapquo LungoJS
  • Intel open-source NFC stack
  • Nokia/W3C Camera PhoneGap App
  • Mozilla FirefoxOS Demo
  • Webinos file share, connected car, emergency warning, connected TV, party player, cross-device payment, connected sensors, creative notes
  • Adesis HTML5 & WAI ARIA for online banking

Panoramic view; photo by Manyoung Cho

Thanks for visiting!

View of the W3C MWC 2013 booth

Dominique Hazael-Massieux showing his hyperdevices demo

Dave Raggett showing the Web app camera and gallery demos

Ali Spivak (Mozilla) demonstrating FirefoxOS at the W3C booth.

Dave Raggett, Marie-Claire Forgue, Dominique Hazael-Massieux at the W3C booth

Bernard Gidon scanning a name tag at the booth.