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Collaborative Networks Task Force

Collaborative Networks Task Force
Luis M. Camarinha-Matos

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2 5-collaborative networks task force luis camarinha-matos 2 5-collaborative networks task force luis camarinha-matos Presentation Transcript

  • FInES Future Internet Enterprise Systems Collaborative Networks Collaborative Networks Task Force Luis M. Camarinha-Matos cam@uninova.pt Brussels 12 Oct 2012© L. M. Camarinha-Matos, 2012
  • FInES Future Internet Enterprise Systems Collaborative Networks TASK FORCE MOTIVATION AND GOAL Scope of new FoF projects Emphasis on various forms of collaborative networks Change from “enterprise-centric” focus ... well addressed in previous FInES docs to “network-centric” focus ... not so clearly addressed in FInES yet Different terminology & challenges “Contribute to the establishment of a sound scientific/technological and engineering basis for Collaborative Networks” 2© L. M. Camarinha-Matos, 2012
  • FInES Future Internet Enterprise Systems Collaborative Networks SCOPE OF THE TASK FORCE Organize & consolidate base concepts on CNs In interaction with FoF projects Contribute to the reference model on Collaborative Networks Start with existing stage of reference model e.g. ARCON Identify & characterize emerging challenging areas Novel application domains, their potential and needs e.g. CyberPhysical Systems, Smart grid, Ageing, “Social factories” New collaboration forms & their organizational structures Identify research needs Also taking into account other initiatives in EU and around the world 3© L. M. Camarinha-Matos, 2012
  • FInES Future Internet Enterprise Systems Collaborative Networks FORESEEN INTERACTIONS Seek synergies with related communities SoCol TC on net Industrial Agents FInES Future Internet Enterprise Systems Collaborative Networks Task Force WG5.5 Virtual Enterprises Existing Enterprise Collaborative Networks 4© L. M. Camarinha-Matos, 2012
  • FInES Future Internet Enterprise Systems Collaborative Networks INITIAL PLAN Short term outcomes Medium term outcomes Consolidation of concepts Fostering new challenges Taxonomy of Collaborative Networks forms In collaboration with Socolnet & IFIP WG5.5 Facilitating interactions Promoting impact Promote participation at PRO-VE’12 Bournemouth, UK Special journal issue 1-3 Oct 2012 5© L. M. Camarinha-Matos, 2012
  • FInES Future Internet Enterprise Systems Collaborative Networks INITIAL ACHIEVEMENTS Taxonomy of Collaborative Networks forms Promote FInES projects involvement in PRO-VE12 GloNet COIN ADVENTURE BIVEEE Web of Science Indexing To appear in FInES Book “Roots and Wings” Bournemouth, UK 1-3 Oct 2012 In collaboration with Socolnet & IFIP WG5.5© L. M. Camarinha-Matos, 2012 www.pro-ve.org 6
  • FInES Future Internet Enterprise Systems Collaborative Networks TAXONOMY OF COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS Collaborative 1 Network 2 3 Collaborative Ad-hoc Networked Organization Collaboration 4 14 Long-term Goal-oriented strategic network network 5 15 16 VO 12 Professional Grasping Continuous Breeding Virtual opportunity production Environment Community driven net driven net created_within6 18 22 23 Collaborative 17 Supply Virtual Industry Collaborative Innovation Virtual Virtual Virtual cluster virtual lab team enterprise organization chain government Network 11 21 20 13 19a 19 Collaborative Industrial Disaster Extended 7 district rescue net 10 transportation 24 enterprise Dynamic VE Dynamic VO network 25 Business Inter-continental created_within (Future) Distributed 8 ecosystem enterprise 9 26 Smart grid manufacturing alliance 7© L. M. Camarinha-Matos, 2012
  • FInES Future Internet Enterprise Systems Collaborative Networks TAXONOMY – Extensive set of definitions Examples: Consultation: Integration of Preparation FInES community The process ... feedback of initial draft Consultation: Socolnet community + Book chapter 8© L. M. Camarinha-Matos, 2012
  • FInES Future Internet Enterprise Systems Collaborative Networks FROM xRM TO CN Dynamic, “Ego-centric” perspective opportunity-driven networks (managing “my” relationships) Agility xRM notion “old” extended enterprise notion Ecosystem or community perspective (managing “ecosystem” relationships)  Maximize individual interests  Maximization global interests  “Local” (limited) view  Sustainability  Limited agility  Survivability  Preferred by large corporations ...  Empowerment – size, influence 9© L. M. Camarinha-Matos, 2012
  • FInES Future Internet Enterprise Systems Collaborative Networks NEW NOTION OF “ENTERPRISE” Collaborative Networks Taxonomy PVCs Participation in Reflected in: Hybrid forms Green Collaborative Agility reflected Collaborative Hybrid forms associated Innovation in being VBEs (& PVCs) sensor combining: combining: VBE Combination to VBEs Networks prepared for gives access to networks Producers Green PVCs & of Business (CoINs) collaboration new knowledge Cyber VBE VE and stimulates VBEs PVCs & ecosystem Crowdsourcing opportunities -> knowledge Physical VBEs Customer’s Elderly VBEs, Systems Crowdsourcing Customer’s network care Not-for-profit The simple sharing through and rapidly Smart Smart city organizations participation network Production community participate in common bag of spaces, Collaborative e.g. Disaster in a CN is a assets Informal & Product (another VEs adapted to Intelligent transportation perspective of rescue catalyzer for Learning networks servicing needs Environments networks sustainability) networks innovation CNs Crowdsourcing VEs Quality for participation in Humanistic Inventive Agile Cognisant Sensing Community- Liquid Glocal Sustainable Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise oriented Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise Future Internet-based Enterprise 10© L. M. Camarinha-Matos, 2012
  • FInES Future Internet Enterprise Systems Collaborative Networks SOME TRENDS CN concepts “penetrating” many areas ... Example from GloNet Learning Collaborative collaborative gaming networks Systems of Collaborative systems Product logistics development Green virtual network Elderly care enterprise networks Service co- Manufacturers network innovation Smart Spaces, Cyber Physical network Intelligent Systems Environment Inheritance Open Collective innovation Adaptive Systems networks Product servicing Customer “network” network© L. M. Camarinha-Matos, 2012
  • FInES Future Internet Enterprise Systems Collaborative Networks FUTURE DIRECTIONS Future Internet Enterprise Systems ... but with a purpose Address grand societal challenges? Overlapping structures Demograhics (ageing society) Youth unemployment New concept of enterprise and value creation? Collaborative innovation spaces? Socio-technical system Behavior 12© L. M. Camarinha-Matos, 2012