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Review of some ETPs NEM, eMobility, ISI, NESSI. NEM eMobility ISI NESSI. “ Networked and Electronic Media ” NEM – the birth of new sector. http://www.nem-initiative.org. NEM Mission.

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nem emobility isi nessi
NEM

eMobility

ISI

NESSI

nem mission
NEMMission

“The NEM Technology Platform is an industry-led initiative aiming at accelerating the pace of innovation to make the convergence between the audiovisual sector and the telecom sector happen and to place the European industry at the forefront of the information era.”

nem 2015 vision
NEM 2015 Vision
  • A leading European networked and electronic media industry
      • competitive with other business regions in the world
  • A regulatory environment favouring the deployment of NEM technologies
      • to improve the quality of life and maximize economic growth and skilled employment in Europe
  • Open business models across the value network
      • novel revenue generating models
slide6

Positive Effects of Convergence

Telecommunications

Generalised Broadband Access

Information Technologies

Increased Mobility

Richer Content

Broadcasting

Integrated Offer

Efficient Delivery

Media & Content Providers

Pervasive New Services

Consumer Electronics

Now

The NEM Future

slide7

Who are the NEM members ?

  • 500 organisations,

from30 countriescommitted to 5 key challenges:

      • To create interoperable network infrastructures for seamless multimedia networking
      • To empower end-users by putting the user first
      • To promote “Electronic content from all to all”
      • To converge the various media and content formats
      • To develop new middleware for media applications
challenges and opportunities relationships between programs
Challenges and Opportunities: Relationships between Programs

FP7

NEM SRA

NEM Vision

NEM SRA

NEM Vision

FP7/ICT

Work Programme

Revised CELTIC

Purple Book

Mirror group

Exchange research priorities

Joint Mirror Group

Inter-platforms actions

Other

Technology

Platforms

ARTEMIS

National

R&D Programmes

ISI

bmb+f

slide11

NEM WG1

Vision

NEM WG2

SRA

NEM WG3

Regulatory

NEM WG4

Financial

NEM WG5

Institutional

European Parliament

International Cooperation

Mirror and Member States

Celtic

Other platforms

NEM WG6

Public Com.

NEM WG7

Governance

NEM WG8

NEM Label

slide12

Requirements to be a NEM project

  • Addressing NEM SRA (declare which section)
  • Addressing horizontal issues
  • Participation to NEM events
      • Networked Multimedia summits
      • 3 Community meetings per year
      • Commission events
  • NEM project information:
      • Inform NEM office (Project name, objective, part of SRA addressed)
slide13

The eMobility Technology Platform – Staying Ahead with Simplicity, Efficiency and Trust

http://www.emobility.eu.org/

e mobility objectives
eMobility Objectives
  • Drive future technology developments in mobile and wireless communications that serve Europe's citizens and the European economy
  • Enhance cooperationbetween industry players, the research community and public authorities
  • Mid- to long-term vision (2015+ ) to maximise the benefit of mobile and wireless communications, thus enabling economic and social advances in the EU
  • Formulation of an action plan and time-table for the key developments
  • Support the renewed LisbonStrategy for a competitive, knowledge-based society
vision basis new user requirements

Utility

Talking &

Messaging

(person-to-person)

Doing

(alone)

Sharing

(one-to-some)

Automating

(machine-to-machine[s])

Publishing

(one-to-many)

Freetime

Work

Entertainment

Vision Basis: New User Requirements
slide16

The Shared Vision

“Improving the individual’s quality of life, achieved through the availability of an environment for the instant provision of and access to meaningful, multi-sensory information and content”

Simplicity, Efficiency & Trust

slide18

eMobility Membership at present

Total number of

members 397

Industry 97

Research 141

SME 139

Other 20

Steering Board of

23 members

(all elected)

+

Expert Group

Mirror Group

Executive Group

16

15

4

1

11

35

1

3

1

1

6

38

13

12

2

2

1

23

7

5

2

6

8

1

9

65

6

41

8

23

1

Israel: 11

working groups
Working Groups
  • Post-IP milestones and roadmap
    • Meeting the challenge of reinventing the INTERNET
    • Meeting 27th October, Brussels
    • Chair Prof. Rahim Tafazolli, Uni. Surrey (UK)
  • Broadband for Europe using Structural Funds
    • Examples of how structural funds could be used to support broadband - joint work with NEM, ISI and NESSI technology platforms
    • Meeting 13th October, Brussels
    • Chair Dr. Werner Mohr, Siemens
  • Roadmap for Systems Beyond 3G
    • Chair Dr. Didier Bourse, Motorola
why join to
Why join ? to…
  • Influence the workplans and calls for proposals of the public research programmes
  • Build a contact network
  • Build public support for new R & D topics
  • Join on-going influential working groups
  • Contribute to the common efforts to make results of the FP 7 projects visible and to build synergy, leading to new standards and products
  • Membership is free of charge – just apply on the web site!
the integral satcom initiative

Broadband

Mobile

Broadcast

The Integral Satcom Initiative

ISI

www.isi-initiative.eu.org

slide22

Broadband

Broadband

Mobile

Mobile

Broadcast

Broadcast

European

Commission

esa

alphasat

GLOBAL

TELECOM

INFRASTRUCTURE

CITIZENS &

GOVERNMENTS

GMES

GALILEO

SECURITY

EUROPEAN

INFORMATION

SPACE

ISI

ISI

REGULATION

STANDARDIZATION

HW & SW

TECHNOLOGY

CONTENT &

NATIONAL

AGENCIES

SERVICES

MEMBER STATES

review of isi membership and participation
Review of ISI Membership and Participation

ISI Participants: Presently, there are more than 170institutions from 29 different Countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom and USA

challenges to be addressed by isi
Challenges to be Addressed by ISI
  • Design and deploy hybrid terrestrial/satellite systems to reduce transmission costs, and increase efficiency and flexibility
  • Increase the spectrum and power efficiency of satellite systems by at least an order of magnitude with respect to the state-of-the-art
  • Enable the exploitation of higher frequency bands (Ka and above)
  • Align the form factor and power consumption of user terminals to those of terrestrial systems, in particular for mobile services.
  • Introduce Software Defined Radio and cognitive radio concepts and architectures
  • Improve network integration and quality of service support
  • Lower the cost of terminals, networks, space segments, services
  • Achieve the harmonization of regulatory frameworks and fair regulation for ground components and spectrum usage
  • Strongly pursue open standardisation of technologies
isi flagship critical success factors
Identification of user requirements and market segments

Lowering costs (terminals, networks, tariffs, licenses, etcetera)

Open standards

Harmonized regulatory framework

Coordinated approach preserving competition

Contribute to the user centric services trends

Accompany the convergence move

Integration with

Terrestrial networks

Galileo

GMES

Air Traffic Management systems

Security programmes

Time to market for competitiveness

ISI Flagship: Critical Success Factors
mapping of challenges onto research areas 1 2
Mapping of Challenges onto Research Areas (1/2)
  • System Level
    • Architectures
      • Layered Hybrid Satellite / Terrestrial Architectures, including LEOs, GEOs and HAPs
    • Space Segment
      • Software Defined Radio in the Sky
      • On-Board Switching and Routing
      • Multi Spotbeam Reconfigurable Payloads
    • User Terminal Segment
      • Cognitive Radio
      • Dynamic Spectrum Management
      • Smart Satellite Antenna Technologies
  • Applications and Services
      • High-Capacity Ubiquitous Multimedia Services to Handhelds, Mobile Platforms, Home Receivers, Kiosks, etc…
      • Massive Update of SDR Terminals and Firmware of Cars
      • Global Alert and Messaging
      • Integrated Navigation and Communication (Location Based and Context Aware) Services
mapping of challenges onto research areas 2 2
Mapping of Challenges onto Research Areas (2/2)
  • Interoperability, Interworking and QoS Provision
      • Seamless Handover among Different Access Technologies and Network Global Mobility Support
      • Optimised Radio Resource Management and Routing for Simultaneous Availability of Several Access Technologies
      • Network Coding Exploiting Path Diversity
  • Radio Access Technologies
      • Enhanced Multiple Access and Multiplexing Schemes based on OFDM technologies
      • Navigation-Assisted Synchronisation Techniques
      • Advanced Multi-User Detection
      • Higher Order Modulations
      • Adaptive Fade Mitigation Techniques for Higher Frequency Bands
      • Cooperative Coding
      • Higher layer Forward Error Correction
isi working groups
ISI Working groups
  • R&D
  • Regulatory and Standardization
  • Security
  • End-users
  • Future Internet
slide31

ISI pool lane

Broadband

Mobile

Broadcast

summary
Summary
  • Why, Who, What is NESSI
  • NESSI Holistic Model
  • NESSI Work Model
services in it market expectations
Services in IT - Market Expectations

Service is something used but not owned

  • Lower the risks for customers and improve value and reliability
  • Increase process flexibility for businesses as well as public institutions
  • Accept complex world environments, and co-operate on standards, so the end-user value can be created for a huge number of people in Europe

The IT Industry is transforming and NESSI is a research initiative to foster this change!

nessi partners
NESSI Partners
  • The promoters:13 key European stakeholders in Software and Services:
  • But also:

More than 60 European companies and academic organizations in this field

nessi from launch to future
NESSI – from launch to future

01/2006NESSI ForumNew members start

06/2006NESSI General Assembly

09/20069 Active working Groups

09/2005NESSI Launch

Building & implementing the SRA

Vision

22 partners

200 members

SRA Volume 1

Working Groups

SRA Volume 3 - Roadmap

ContextSRA Holistic View

Join us!

nessi vision
NESSI Vision
  • The NESSI initiative aims to provide a common basis for European research in Services and Software and their provision as a service oriented utility in order to establish the technological basis and the strategies that will speed up services ecosystem dynamics, by
    • providing European industry (notably SMEs) and public sector with technology to master complex software systems for innovation and growth;
    • transforming Software and Services Industry in Europe to achieve a leadership position;
    • fostering the well-being of citizens through new societal applications, enhanced efficiency of industry and public sector, and competitive labour market;
  • in this way driving the transformation of the European economy toward a knowledge based economy based on service-oriented business models.
nessi holistic view

EU Economy

Comprehensive View

Trust - Dependability

Business

Domain 1

Business

Domain 2

Business

Domain n

NESSILandscape

Cross business Collaborations

(Business level

Services)

NESSI

Adoption

Practices and

Usages

Regulatory

Governance

Architecture and Engineering

Semantic Layer

Security

Interoperability

Management Services

NESSI

Framework

Service Integration Layer

Open Standards - Open Source - Quality - Connectivity - Federation

Infrastructure Layer

NESSI Holistic View

Business Services

Core Services

NESSI is about transforming the EU economy through Service Oriented business models

nessi s roadmap phasing the sra
NESSI’s Roadmap – phasing the SRA
  • SRA – Volume 1 – Framing the future of the service oriented economy
    • 26/1/2006 - Draft version – discussed at Forum 26/1/2006
    • 03/2006 - Public comment period
    • 5/2006 – Version 1.0
  • SRA – Volume 2 – Strategy to build NESSI
    • 5/2006 – Draft version – to be delivered at General Assembly
    • 6/2006 - Public comment period
    • 9/2006 – Version 1.0
  • SRA – Volume 3.x – Roadmaps (phased in short, mid and long term)
    • 7/2006 - Short term roadmap draft
    • 11/2006 – Short term roadmap version 1.0
    • Mid and long term roadmaps to be defined
slide40

eBusiness,eAdministration,eGovernment, etc.

Health, Inclusion,User Communities, etc.

Home, Media, Content,Learning, Culture, etc.

Mobility,

Transport, Personalenvironment, etc.

Manufacturingindustries, Automotive,Aerospace, Electro-technical, etc.

Individual

Consumer

Citizen

Worker

etc.

Competitiveness InnovationSpeed

Mobile

Communications

Networked

and

Electronic

Media

Software &

Services

Embedded Systems

ARTEMIS

Nanoelectronics

strategic pillars challenges for fp7
Strategic Pillars: challenges for FP7
  • Service-oriented infrastructure
  • Service framework (including Semantic Technologies and Complexity Management)
  • Trust, Security and Dependability
  • Software engineering
  • User-service interactions
  • Services Sciences
  • Networked enterprises
  • NESSI Open Framework (Reference Implementation)
nessi working groups
NESSI Working Groups
  • Semantic Technologies (25 members)
    • 1st Workshop, 22 Nov (Helsinki)
  • Trust, Security and Dependability (40 members)
    • 2nd meeting, 21 Nov (Helsinki)
  • Service Engineering (40 members)
    • Kick-off, 13-14 Dec (Brussels)
  • Software Engineering (15 members)
    • To be announced
  • Services Sciences (35 members)
    • 3rd Workshop, 22 Nov (London)
  • Service Oriented Infrastructure (20 members)
    • Kick-off, 13 Dec (Brussels)
  • Business Process Management (10 members)
    • Kick-off, 13 Dec (Brussels)
  • User/Service Interactions (15 members)
    • 1st Workshop, 22 Nov (Helsinki)
  • eHealth (15 members)
choose your level of involvement

Coordinate

ContributeActively

Staying Aware

Choose your level of involvement

NESSI Community

NESSI Partners

Board

Committees

NESSI

Office

Steering Committee

NESSI Members

WorkingGroups

NESSI Forum

ICT Industry

Community

SME

Community

User

Community

Academic &

Research

Community

slide44

NESSI

Members

Other

Initiative

Working Group

Other

Initiative

WorkingGroup

SRA

Committee

Steering

Committee

how to join nessi working groups

NESSI Members

coordination

WorkingGroups

NESSI

GOVERNANCE

contribution

participative awareness

How to join NESSI: Working Groups