MobileMonday NYC: Rich Mobile Experiences with SVGt
25 Jan 2007 - 5:49pm
MobileMonday New York in collaboration with Antoine Quint of SVG.org, Dan
Appelquist of Vodafone and MobileMonday London, and Scott Weiss of Usable
Products cordially invite you to join us at the "Rich Mobile Experiences
with SVG". This half-day event will run from 3:00pm to 8:00pm followed by a
networking reception, on Monday January 29th at the Samsung Experience in
the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle (see program details below).
The event has been set up to provide an exhaustive overview of the Mobile
SVG ecosystem from a strong selection of leaders in the field, including Sun
Microsystems, Qualcomm, Vodafone, Ikivo, Opera, BitFlash and Hyperion,
coming together to present their solutions and visions around Mobile SVG.
Speakers will update you on everything relevant to this key rich mobile
technology including authoring solutions, deployed and live services,
integration in application platforms (J2ME, Brew, Symbian), user interfaces
design, mobile browsing, etc. A closing panel and Q&A session, followed by a
networking reception, will allow you to take part in the discussion and get
answers to real-world problems related to creating rich mobile experiences
Registration to this event is FREE, but space is limited, so please take the
time to complete the required online registration if you plan to attend:
Learn about QUALCOMM's SVG solution, how to make use of SVG within the CMXR
file format, and about QUALCOMM's developer and OEM support activities for
COMBINING THE POWER OF JAVA ME AND SVG: DEVELOPING JSR 226 APPLICATIONS,
USING THE NETBEANS IDE (Brian Leonard, Java Technology Evangelist, Sun
This presentation will cover the advantages of combining the full
functionality of the Java ME platform, with access to all the phone
functionality provided by the Mobile Services Architecture set of APIs, with
rich user interfaces based on SVG Tiny. The talk will include
demonstrations of the support for developing such applications using the
NetBeans Mobility Pack and will include demonstrations of JSR 226
RICH MEDIA COMES ALIVE WITH MOBILE SVG (Brad Sipes, CTO, Ikivo)
2007 is poised to be the year when widespread availability of rich mobile
multimedia experiences becomes a reality and not just a marketing exercise.
Deployment of mobile services based on music, video on demand, live TV, etc.
are now occurring at an accelerating rate introducing consumers to a new way
of interacting with a world of information and entertainment by allowing
them to do so without sacrificing mobility. Ultimate success or failure
depends on delivering a quality experience in a timely manner. With its
inherent open standards based eco-system and functional advantages such as
true vector scalability, advanced graphics and OTA logic and UI updates,
Mobile SVG provides the perfect platform for enabling operators and service
providers to realize the dream of brining the promise of rich media to
SVG - GOING EVERYWHERE WITH THE WEB (Charles McCathieNevile, Chief Standards
This presentation will present SVG as a format that can be applied
everywhere, helping to ensure that the power of the web can be offered on
GROWING THE ECOSYSTEM, EVOLVING THE WEB (Daniel Appelquist, Senior
Technology Strategist, Vodafone)
Why is a British phone company so excited about graphical user experiences?
At Vodafone, we envision a future where the Web is accessed from the phone
as much if not more than it is accessed from
a PC. Indeed, in some parts of the world, this is already true.
We're working on a number of initiatives and standards efforts to help grow
this mobile Web ecosystem. However, the Web is also evolving and becoming a
dynamic application platform. What will this intersection of Web 2.0 and the
Mobile Web mean both to the users and developers of Web applications?
SVG TINY SOLUTIONS TO EMPOWER THE MOBILE PROFESSIONAL (Don Liberty, Director
of Business Development, BitFlash)
With more than 160 Million SVG-enabled mobile devices on the market today,
combined with the new and powerful feature set offered by the SVG tiny 1.2
specification, mobile solution providers are beginning to offer innovative
SVG-based applications. This presentation will touch on productivity
applications and use cases targeted at the mobile business professional.
ACCESSING AND DISPLAYING DATA ON A MOBILE DEVICE USING SVG (Marc Verstaen,
Senior Director Software Development, Hyperion Solutions)
Developing custom applications for the corporate world on mobile devices is
often considered as a very difficult task. Applications need to be adapted
for each device, results is most the time not attractive at all and impact
usability. Using SVG-T 1.2, some basic AJAX concepts and the Mobile
Designer authoring tool can solve this problem.