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Simulation Technologies from Logistics to the Future Internet and Cloud. Prof. Egils Ginters. Sociotechnical Systems Engineering Institute Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences E-mail: [email protected] Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences. Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences.

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Simulation Technologies from Logistics to the Future Internet and Cloud

Prof. Egils Ginters

Sociotechnical Systems Engineering Institute

Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences

E-mail: [email protected]

UNITE, Riga, RTU, May 20, 2011


Vidzeme university of applied sciences

Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences Internet and Cloud

UNITE, Riga, RTU, May 20, 2011


Vidzeme university of applied sciences1
Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences Internet and Cloud

  • State University of Applied Sciences

  • One of the most innovate regional centres for academic education and research

  • Study programmes in social sciences, engineering and computer science in bachelor and master level, doctoral studies in Sociotechnical systems modelling

  • International cooperation: Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci, HESP, Fulbright,EC FP7 etc.

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Study facilities
Study Facilities Internet and Cloud

  • Free Internet access in the dormitories, WiFiin ViA study premises

  • Up-to-date auditorium equipment

  • E-learning facilities

  • Training laboratories: RFID, Simulation, Virtual Reality and other

  • Conference Hall

  • Modern library

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Sociotechnical systems engineering institute ssii via

Agency was founded in July, 2006 Internet and Cloud

Logistics Information Systems, RFID, Simulation and Virtual reality laboratories

International annual Proceedings of scientific articles "ICTE in Regional Development" involved in EBSCO

Sociotechnical Systems Engineering Institute (SSII VIA)

  • Research directions and know-how:

    • Logistics information systems and RFID technologies;

    • Business process modelling and regional planning;

    • Hybrid simulation systems and distributed simulation environments;

    • Policy modelling and simulation;

    • Use of virtual and augmented reality in the training process

    • Technology acceptance and sustainability assessment.

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Why? Internet and Cloud

  • The decision making in the obstacles of technological and knowledge society is difficult due to complexity of processes

  • The requirements for situations forecasting and transparency of the scenarios are topical due to high losses of possible faults and impact on the society and environment

  • The varied, complex and non-compatible simulation tools can be used for solving the tasks mentioned above

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The Systems Internet and Cloud: The Real Systems - Sociotechnical

  • Dual nature

  • Complex structure

  • Oriented to cognition and self-organization

  • Distributed and heterogeneous simulation models

  • Different technologies in the same framework

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The Internet and CloudSystems: Technical, Social and Sociotechnical systems

  • Traffic lights control system

  • Driver (human) behaviour system

Weather

Pollution

Sociotechnical

Health

Sleep

Lighting

Drugs

Spirits

Stress

Knowledge

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LOGISTICS Internet and Cloud

PROBLEMS

Lack of interdisciplinary knowledge (ICT (technical) + Logistics (social)) for both IT systems adminstrators and logistics managershave influence on quality of logistics services and bothering introduction of intelligent transportation systems

Learning is still time-consuming due to high capacity of teaching and training material, and limited time resources for training in classroom or e-learning use

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LOGISTICS Internet and Cloud

INCO Copernicus AMCAI

1995

INTRODUCTION

INCO-Copernicus Programmeproject AMCAI 0312 (1994-1997) “Application of Modern Concepts in the Automated Information Management in Harbours by Using Advanced IT-Solutions”

Aimed to creating a united group of scientists that initiated a research on using experiences of leading European universities and technological institutions in management of logistics systems, e.g., at the biggest European seaports (for example, Rotterdam), in order to evaluate a possibility of using these experiences in Latvia.

5 countries, 6 partners

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LOGISTICS Internet and Cloud

INCO Copernicus

DAMAC-HP

1998

DESIGNING

INCO-Copernicus Programmeproject DAMAC-HP PL976012 (1998-2000) “Further Development and Practical Application of Harbour Processes Managing and Controlling Models, Methods and Techniques”

Dedicated to creation of a simulation model of the Baltic Container Terminal, operating in the Riga seaport. The project also was devoted to investigation of information flows and analysis of business processes in the Ventspils Freeport Authority.

5 countries, 7 partners

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LOGISTICS Internet and Cloud

Leonardo da Vinci

LOGIS

2000

e-LEARNING

Leonardo da Vinci programme project LOGISLV-PP-138.003 (2000-2002) “Long-distance tutorial network in “Logistics Information Systems” based on WEB technologies“.

Designing of course content and e-learning tools for training of the specialists for solving problems in analysis, design and exploitation of logistics information processing systems.

4 countries, 9+2 partners

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LOGISTICS Internet and Cloud

5th Framework Baltports-IT

http://www.balticIT.com

Baltic Sub-Regional Competence Centre in Logistics, Advanced IT-solutions and Simulation

BSRCC

2003

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LOGISTICS Internet and Cloud

6th Framework

eLOGMAR-M

2004

m-WORK

6th Framework IST programme project eLOGMAR-M (2004-2006) “Web-based and Mobile Solutions for Collaborative Work Environment with Logistics and Maritime Applications“

Investigation and demonstration of mobile logistics solution for the maritime freight route "Baltic Sea feeder ports - Western Europe hub ports (Hamburg) - Mediterranean ports - Chinese ports"

9 countries, 17 partners

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LOGISTICS Internet and Cloud

Leonardo da Vinci

LOGIS MOBILE

2004

m-CONSULTING

Leonardo da Vinci programme project LOGIS MOBILE (2004-2006) LV/04/B/F/PP-172.001 (2004-2006) “Competence Framework for Mobile On-site Accelerated Vocational Training in Logistics Information Systems”

Aimed at development of new mobile m-consulting methods to reduce the time of learning and amount of study material required using mobile communication technologiesand Concise Training Dictionary in Logistics Information Systems

6 countries, 11 partners

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GENERALIZATION Internet and Cloud

SocSimNet

EC Leonardo da Vinci programme project LV/04/B/F/PP-172.000 (2004-2006) “Competence Network for Introduction of Modern ICTE Technologies in Vocational Learning in Social Systems Simulation and Research[SocSimNet]”

Aimed at development of new interdisciplinary master study programme “Sociotechnical Systems Modelling”

18 months, 8 partners, LV, DE, ES, UK

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Simulation: New Challenges Internet and Cloud

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EC FP7-ICT-2009-5 IP project CHOReOS No. 257178 (2010-2013) “Large Scale Choreographies for the Future Internet (IP)”

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CHOREOS “Large Scale Choreographies for the Future Internet (IP)”

Sustainability assessment of the CHOREOS choreographic approach in the Future Internet using system dynamics simulation methods and tools

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F “Large Scale Choreographies for the Future Internet (IP)”

L

O

Final

policy

design

U

P

FUTURE POLICY

MODELLING

EC FP7-ICT-2011 IP project FUPOL No. 287119 (2011-2014) “Future Policy Modelling (IP)”

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FUPOL “Large Scale Choreographies for the Future Internet (IP)”

  • The FUPOL proposes a comprehensive new governance model to support the policy design and implementation lifecycle. The innovations are driven to support the policy domains in urban regions.

  • FUPOL policy models simulator design for the priority domains

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Simulation: Problem I: TOOLS “Large Scale Choreographies for the Future Internet (IP)”

  • Applied simulation technologies and tools are different, complex and non-compatible

  • A few part of them can be used by domain experts without assistance of programmer and/or simulation specialist

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Simulation: Problem II: COMMUNICATION ENVIRONMENT “Large Scale Choreographies for the Future Internet (IP)”

  • Communication environments are expensive and difficult (HLA – expensive and overfull; CORBA – for programmers only)

  • Solutions does not fit to new challenges of Future Internet and Cloud Simulation

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Simulation: Problem III: VISUALISATION “Large Scale Choreographies for the Future Internet (IP)”

  • Request for VR/AR use to enhance clearness and transparency of information input/output and layout design for simulation models

  • Adaptability to available visualisation power resources of the simulator – from mainframes to desktops and from mobile phones to PDA

  • Ability of 3D Future Internet services use for simulation results visualisation

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SIMULATION HIGHWAY “Large Scale Choreographies for the Future Internet (IP)”

EC FP7-ICT-2011 Call 8 IP project SIMULATION HIGHWAY (2011-2014) “Simulation Technologies on the Future Internet” (in preparation)

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Simulation Highway: Concept “Large Scale Choreographies for the Future Internet (IP)”

  • Common approach and rules to access, join and exploit the different and heterogeneous simulation models in distributed environment (Future Internet and/or Cloud)

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Simulation Highway: Concepts & Ideas “Large Scale Choreographies for the Future Internet (IP)”

3D Future Internet; VR/AR Visualisation

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Simulation Highway – “Large Scale Choreographies for the Future Internet (IP)” Simulation on the Future Internet and Cloud

  • Thank you for attention

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