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Competitiveness through Digitalization New Technology Framework. Tom Togsverd Director General, Danish ICT and Electronics Federation. DI ITEK has 300 members within :. IT. Telecommunications. Electronics. Communication. 2. 2. ICT in everything.

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competitiveness through digitalization new technology framework

CompetitivenessthroughDigitalizationNew TechnologyFramework

Tom Togsverd

Director General, Danish ICT and Electronics Federation

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DI ITEK has 300 memberswithin:

IT

Telecommunications

Electronics

Communication

2

2

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ICT in everything

  • 95% of all computingdevicesareembeddedin all kinds of electronicequipment and machines
  • More complexthan pc software due to real time and interfaces
  • Embedded systems is bridging the internet to the physicalworld
  • ICT everywhere, everyproduct, everymarket
  • Internet of things
  • Connectivity
societal challenges
Societalchallenges
  • Climatechange
  • Demographicchange
  • Urbanization
  • Globalization
  • The highest CO2 concentration in 350.000 years
  • Ageing population – healtcare under pressure
  • In 2050 70% of the world population willbe urban
  • Fierce global lowcostcompetion
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Denmarks digital strongholds and

ecosystem

Consulting & Knowledge institutions

ICT- services

Energy, climate

and

environ-ment

Manu-factu-ringrobotics and automa-tion

E-trade and e-govern-ment

Finance and admini-stration

Health

and welfare

Central areas of use

Technology for teleinfrastructure and software

Technologybase

Embedded systems

Knowledge and capabilities

ICT research and education

economic impact embedded systems
Economicimpactembedded systems
  • Markets: 115 billion euro with a growth of 7 % eachyear
  • Share of costprice is 25% to 30%
  • Share of new innovation: 90% or moreFor instance in the case of moderncars:- engine management (e.g. emmision)- safety features (e.g. airbags)- comfort (e.g. navigation)
embedded impact an industrial perspective
Embeddedimpact - an industrialperspective
  • Customervaluecreationwillbe ICT driven functionality
  • Optimizingprice, space and performance
  • Technologycomplexityspeed in taskexecution, mission critical, system of systems
ict technology trends
ICT technology trends

Hardware and communicationWireless communicationprotocolsSoft hardware (FPGA)Multicore processorsDependabilityEmbeddedsecurityRobustnessVerification and validation

Software and SystemsSystems-of-systemsCloudcomputingRequirementsengineeringEnergy and powerEnergy aware systemsPower electronicsPower management

common goals
Commongoals

Sustainability

Design efficiency

Ease of use

Highaddedvalue

Time to market

Modularity

Safety

Robustness

Competitiveness

Innovation

Costreduction

Interoperability

a new technology framework
A new technology framework

Systems engineering is key in this. It requires sharing of tools and technologies for systems, machines and objects to exploit the digital information and services around them.

To build this new framework we need a strong collaboration between companies, universities and international knowledge centers.

Policywise: EU’s Horizon2020 program must build the bridge from basic research to innovation.

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ITOS

Industrial Technology& Software

  • 4 yearprojectwith international experts, Danish universities and companies
  • Framework for large complex systems development, design and modelling
  • Industrial research cases
  • Masterclass
  • Company workshops e.g. wireless
  • International symposiums
  • Publications, results & cases