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ICT FP7 Theme Meeting with FIA Caretakers 29 APRIL 2009, Brussels. Agenda. 11:30 Welcome, state of play, objectives of the day: Joao Da Silva 12:00 FI Content: state of advancement: Thomas Skordas 12:40 Lunch Break 13:30 FIA Prague Sessions: 7 groups of FIA Caretakers

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Agenda

ICT FP7 Theme

Meeting with FIA Caretakers

29 APRIL 2009, Brussels


Agenda

Agenda

11:30 Welcome, state of play, objectives of the day: Joao Da Silva

12:00 FI Content: state of advancement: Thomas Skordas

12:40 Lunch Break

13:30 FIA Prague Sessions: 7 groups of FIA Caretakers

7 x 20 mins / FIA Prague BO Session

16:00 Conclusions and next steps: Joao Da Silva

16:15 End of the meeting


29 apr meeting fia caretakers and infso staff

29 APR Meeting:FIA Caretakers and INFSO Staff

FIA Caretakers

  • MANA:Alex Galis, Henrik Abramowicz

  • FCN:Theodore Zahariadis, Petros Daras, Andrew Oliphant

  • FISO:John Domingue

  • RWI:Neeli Prasad, Mirko Presser, Manfred Hauswirth

  • FIRE:Susanna Avessta, Tassos Gavras

  • TSP:Brian Foley, Michel Riguidel, Nick Wainwright, Volkmar Lotz

  • FISE:Mike Boniface, Spiros Spirou

    DG – INFSO

  • Joao da Silva, Bernard Barani, Franco Accordino, Peter Fatelnig

  • Break-out session caretaker managers andFI Content Task Force:

    Rainer Zimmermann, Remy Bayou, Paulo de Sousa, Miguel Montarelo Navajo (D1),

    Luis Rodriguez-Rosello, Isidro Laso Ballesteros (D2),

    Jesus Villasante, Anne-Marie Sassen, Sandro D’Elia (D3),

    Gerald Santucci, Manuel Mateo Goyet, Juan Santaella (D4),

    Per Blixt, Max Lemke, Georgios Tselentis (F4)

    Jacques Bus, Yves Paindaveine, Thomas Skordas (F5)


Introductory remarks and next steps

Introductory Remarks and Next Steps

  • What has happened since we last met?

    • Interactions with IND on a PPP on the FI

    • End of INFSO Task Force work on “Instruments”

    • Establishment of Inter-service Group for a Communication on "The Future Internet: a PPP for recovery through innovation"

    • Panel of High Level Experts formulated views on the FI

    • MS invited to join the Forum on FI

    • FIA Prague Agenda and BO Sessions


Agenda

ICT FP7 Theme

Future Internet Content

Meeting with FIA Caretakers

29 APRIL 2009, Brussels

INFSO D / F Task Force on the FI Content

[email protected]

The views expressed in this presentation are purely those of the speaker

and may not in any circumstances be regarded as stating an official

position of the European Commission


Fi and dg infso jan jul 2009

“Outcomes”

  • “A Model for the PPP” (TF Instruments)

  • Report of the Visionary Experts

  • Scenarios, Research Challenges and Priorities for the FI (TF Content and Technical Experts)

FI and DG INFSO(JAN – JUL 2009)

Task ForceContent

Task ForceInstruments

[Model for a PPP]

DG INFSO

  • M. Montarelo Navajo (D1)

  • I. Laso Ballesteros (D2)

  • A-M Sassen, S. d’Elia (D3)

  • M. Mateo Goyet (D4)

  • G. Tselentis (F4)

  • Y. Paindaveine (F5)

  • Animation: T. Skordas (F5)

  • P. Chastanet (D1)

  • A. Zwegers (D3)

  • O. Nielsen (F5)

  • Animation: P. Fatelnig (D5)

Visionary

Experts

Technical Experts

Experts

  • J-C Hourcade

  • Y. Neuvo

  • R. Posch

  • R. Saracco

  • W. Wahlster

  • G. Camarillo

  • S. Dustdar

  • J. Magen

  • S. Paulus


Since our last meeting

… since our last meeting

06 MAR

Brussels

29 APR

Brussels

12-13 MAY

FIA PRAGUE

FIA

Stockholm

S1 2010

06 FEB

Brussels

08 APR

ICT WP ’11-’13

Integrated

Functionalities

[EC]

Integrated

Scenarios

[EC, CT]

Scenarios

[CT]

FI Challenges

Analysis of Reports on FI  Challenges

[EC]

CT = Caretakers

EC = European Commission


Fi content methodology from scenarios to research challenges 1

[CIT-INC]

[CIT-VIS]

[BUS-INC]

[BUS-VIS]

FI Content - Methodology: from Scenarios to research challenges (1)

  • Building research challenges

    • use “scenarios” as a tool since scenarios help visualise the future and put in context how technologies will be used

  • Scenarios have been categorised in 4 groups:

Society

Economy

time

Short term Long term


Fi content methodology from scenarios to research challenges 2

[CIT-INC]

[CIT-VIS]

[BUS-INC]

[BUS-VIS]

FI Content - Methodology: from Scenarios to research challenges (2)

BUS-VIS

BUS-INC

CIT-VIS

CIT-INC

Integrated

Scenarios

+

Functionalities

Integrated

Scenarios

+

Functionalities

Research Challenges and Priorities


Reports analysed on the future internet

Reports analysed on the Future Internet

  •  X-ETP Vision Document

  •  SRAs 5 ETPs

  • eMobility

  • NESSI

  • NEM

  • ISI

  • EPOSS

  • FIA Caretakers

  • White Papers

  • Scenarios, etc.

FI

Content

  •  National ICT Research Directors

  •  National MS Initiatives

  • Finland (SHOK)

  • Spain

  • Germany (G-Lab)

  • France (GRIF)

  • Sweden

  • Belgium

  • Italy

  • The Netherlands

  • Ireland

  •  Other Inputs

  • ISTAG Reports

  •  Reports from other Countries

  • Japan

  • Korea

  • USA

90+ FIA ICT FP7 Projects

Visionary Experts


Agenda

Game Machine

DVC

STB

TV

PC

e

t

Audio

r

c

a

a

m

p

DVD

Smart Energy

Networks

S

Telephone

S

Smart

Living

eHealth &

Smart Health

networks

Smart Transport

Networks

FI: Scenarios

Future Internet


From scenarios to functionalities an example of the tool used

From Scenarios to Functionalities(an example of the Tool used)


Agenda

Governance

Socio-economic issues …

Trustworthiness

Autonomy

Sustainability

Users

Test bed

… and to a conceptual architecture

Delivery

Service

Media

Adaptation

(Service) Platform

Things/Content

Clouds/Grids

Infrastructure

Networking

Components


Agenda

Governance

Socio-economic issues …

Adaptation

Trustworthiness

Autonomy

Sustainability

LEGEND

Users

INCFunctionalities

Test bed

Infrastructure

Networking

Components

VIS

Functionalities

conceptual architecture (cnt’d)

8 e-Govt

applications

11 System-wideSecurity & Trust

7 Large-scale Service

Orchestration

8 Trust

13 Dynamic content-centric

networks

3 Notification

Services

4 Service

Orchestration

6

Collaboration

7 Content

Delivery

Service

Media

9 Community

Integration

10 Service

Infrastructure

10 Content

Creation & Universal Wikis

4 Assistive

Technology

12 Mixed

Reality World

5 Semantic

Development

5 CommunityDevelopment

3 Full Context

Awareness

(Service) Platform

Things / Content

Clouds/Grids

1 Device &Access technology

for ubiquitous systems

6 Large-scale

computing

1 Device &

Access technology

2 ContextAwareness

2 Network

technology


Agenda

… but

Scenarios

 Functionalities & Challenges

Existing Reports on FI

 Functionalities & Challenges


Agenda

Game Machine

DVC

STB

TV

PC

e

t

Audio

r

c

a

a

m

p

DVD

Smart Energy

Networks

S

Telephone

S

Smart

Living

eHealth &

Smart Health

networks

Smart Transport

Networks

A view into the future:

Smart “everything”

Future Internet


Agenda

FP7

Challenge 1

Obj. 1.6FIRE

Obj. 1.2 Internet of Services

Obj. 1.1The network of the Future

Obj. 1.5 Networked Media & 3D Internet

Obj. 1.4 Trustworthy ICT

Obj. 1.3 Internet of Things

Smart

Living

Smart

Health

Smart

Transport

Smart

Energy

Smart

?

Smart

?

Smart

?

FI: a more strategic view

?

FI FIFI FI FI … …FI …


Agenda

Next Steps

  • From now to FIA Prague

    • Continue work on functionalities, challenges / priorities

  • At FIA Prague [12 May]

    • Present preliminary findings (scenarios//functionalities/research challenges)

    • Get feedback from FIA communities

  • After FIA Prague

    • Consolidate findings [MAY – JUNE]

    • Start preparing ICT WP 2011-13 [2nd Semester 2009 and 1st 2010]


Agenda

Agenda FIA Prague 12 May

  • 8:30–11:00From FI Scenarios to Research ChallengesPlenary session, Room TYCHO+KEPLER

  • 8:30– 9:20WelcomeJan Gruntorad (CESNET) - 5 minutes

  • Introduction, objectives

  • Mario Campolargo / Joao Da Silva - 10 minutes

  • Reinhard Posch, FI Scenarios from Visionary Experts - 15 minutes

  • Peter Fatelnig, “Instruments for PPP” - 10 minutes

  • Thomas Skordas “FI content – methodological approach” - 10 minutes

  • 9:20– 10:40FI Scenarios, Functionalities, Challenges and Research priorities

  • FIA Caretakers – 10 minutes each, times 7

  • Thomas Skordas – “Preliminary research challenges” – 10 minutes

  • 10:40- 11:00Q&A - 20 minutes


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