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ICT for Enterprise Networking WP 2005-2006 Opportunities in the 5th Call. Alain JAUME IST Programme. DG INFSO/ D5. Overview. 1. ICT for Enterprise Networking. Background information related to Call 5 Cluster Technologies for Digital Ecosystems

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ict for enterprise networking wp 2005 2006 opportunities in the 5th call

ICT for Enterprise NetworkingWP 2005-2006Opportunities in the 5th Call

Alain JAUME

IST Programme. DG INFSO/ D5

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Overview

1.ICT for Enterprise Networking. Background information related to Call 5

  • Cluster Technologies for Digital Ecosystems
  • Cluster Ambient Intelligence Technologies for the Product Lifecycle

2. Call 5

  • Key Objectives
  • Focus
  • Instruments
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ICT for Enterprise Networking

Background Information

research in ict for enterprise networking
Research in« ICT for Enterprise Networking »

To perform collaborative research on ICT breakthroughs crucial for the delivery of distributed & collaborative solutions for the product lifecycle and of innovative inter- and intra-organisational systems & services in the enterprise environment.

Future business, more competitive, innovative, agile and value creating, will require new technologies, applications and services to enable them to work as networked knowledge-based businesses.

Challenges

  • Stimulate targeted international

co-operation

  • Strengthen co-ordination of

research activities

  • Promote convergence

of research & innovation policies

at national, regional, EU level

Orientation

  • technology driven
  • R&D / Policy interactions
  • Long-term + intermediate results
  • Industry-driven
ambient intelligence technologies for the product lifecycle
Ambient Intelligence Technologies for the Product Lifecycle

Objective

  • To improve the knowledge about the product & production processes & contribute to the modernisation of industries (manufacturing & service sectors), by developing:
    • new product concepts
    • related business models

Areas of research

  • Frameworks (Business, process & service methodologies & models)
  • Develop. & governance of intelligent & networked products
  • Agent based systems
  • Real-time monitoring
  • Smart objects identification/Wireless radio frequency technologies
  • Secure and trusted communication
  • Self-configuring networks / intelligent & reliable infrastructures

Major Projects:ILIPT (IP), SPIDER-WIN (STREP), V-CES & VERITAS

(SSA), CO-DESNET (CA) + 3 STREPs in negotiation

ilipt
ILIPT

Intelligent Logistics for Innovative Product Technologies

  • FP6 Integrated Project
  • 30 Partners from 12 countries
  • 16.2 M€ Cost / 9.0 M€ Grant
  • 2004 - 2008

Key Themes:

  • The Modular Car (ModCar)
  • Flexible Supply Network (FlexNet)
  • Integration of complex product processes (IntePro)

From the "stock push" and "mass production" thinking of the last century, to a stockless "build-to-order" (BTO) production strategy

Contact: René Esser – ThyssenKrupp - esser@tka-drf.thyssenkrupp.com

http://www.ilipt.org

technologies for digital ecosystems
Technologies for Digital Ecosystems

Objective

  • To provide ICT applications & services to SMEs & micro enterprises, enabling their integration in local value chains through :
    • development of new technologies, paradigms & services to improve their efficiency,
    • implementation of an infrastructure & a community of digital services acting as digital ecosystems
    • support for business integration & synergies within EU territories

Areas of research

  • P2P, service-oriented
  • Formal languages for expressing semantics & business models
  • Models of Systems & architectures
  • ….

Major Projects: DBE (IP); SATINE (STREP); Legal-IST & EPRI-Start (SSA)

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Regional policies

Socio-economic dynamics

Value systems

Organizational forms

Open Source/Open Standards

Socio-economic context

Business modeling

Requirements gathering, User profiling

Regional Catalysts

Training & adoption

Regulatory framework

Business

Knowledge base, Recommender

BML, SDL, Fitness Landscape

Dynamic service composition

DBE UML profile

P2P networks, Architecture

Test automation, Accounting

Computing

Evolution

Self-organisation

Organisation & Networks

Complex systems dynamics

Language & DNA

Science

DBE

Digital Business Ecosystem

  • FP6 Integrated Project
  • 20 Partners from 9 countries
  • 14.2 M€ Cost / 10.5 M€ Grant
  • 2003 - 2006

A digital ecosystem infrastructure adopting mechanisms from biological theories of self-organisation and evolution addressing networkedsoftware solutions & business models

Paradigms and open-source component-based infrastructure enabling the creation of networkedlocal digital ecosystems forSMEs competitiveness andlocal development

http://www.digital-ecosystem.org

Contact: Andrea Nicolai – T6 - a.nicolai@t-6.it