The focus of this workshop is to present and discuss recent advances in wireless technologies for delivering video content to mobile users. The goal of this workshop is to deepen the understanding of research and deployment challenges in building the Next Generation Mobile Video Internet. The workshop also creates an interesting forum for discussion given the various choices we have in terms of wireless technologies and various approaches in terms of delivering video content. Specifically, the workshop intends to address the following topics: (a) Research challenges in developing new techniques for delivering rich video experience to users over existing wireless technologies; (b) New visions and concepts that will drive evolution of wireless access technologies to support high quality video content with diverse QoS requirements; (c) Deployment challenges in new video delivery models (broadcast/multicast) to mobile users, and (d) Novel mobile video applications.
Following the success of the past workshops in this series [MoViD 2009 in Rio De Janeiro and MoViD 2008 in Newport Beach, California], MoViD 2010 aims to foster interaction among researchers and exchange new ideas by bringing together members from the academia and the industry with expertise in content, middleware, devices, systems and networking with an overarching goal of supporting video content over wireless networks. We believe that a forum that allows experts in these communities to interact with each other will support a more holistic approach to future research in mobile video.