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Mr. Gérald Santucci from the European Commission made a conclusion of the Cluster meeting and outlined the future challenges and opportunities. …

Mr. Gérald Santucci from the European Commission made a conclusion of the Cluster meeting and outlined the future challenges and opportunities.
(FInES Cluster Meeting, December 2012)

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  • Background information: The concept was launched in the FInES Position paper (see reference in the slide in the slide) and was recently debated in the IoT conference at the Future Internet Assambley in Poznan (C. Martinez, Man-Sze Li – FInES Cluster; Rikardo Bueno, EFFRA – European Factories of the Future Research Association). Research going towards the sensing enterprise is one of the recomandations made in the conclusion of the Position paper. _____________________________________________________ *Related to manufacturing: -without going as far as the sensign enterprise , the EFFRA Research Roadmap currently under consultation states that : « Economical sustainability relies on an optimal implementation of the whole range of technologies and enablers, in particular involving ICT and robotics-mechatronics technologies, including the embedding of sensors connected to ERP, MES and predictive maintenance systems, enabling on line, real time, full production quality control. » (p.9) Also, on IoT: « Connectivity is inherent to the development of the future work place. We envision manufacturing processes to seamlesly and by-directionally interact with real-world objects and environments on the global scale, accross a variety of application domains and stakeholders thus realizing the Intrenet of Things. Workers’ direct interaction with physical systems will enable processes that are real-world aware, event-based, and significantly more adaptive than today’s processes, which will result in increased visibility, responsiveness, and safety in the workplace of the future. Last, ICT research in manufacturing intelligence will assimilate the huge amount of data originating as a result of increased collaboration and connectivity and render meaningful information on-the-fly on mobile devices for managers and shop floor supervisors> Progress beyond the state-of-the art in event processing, in-memory computing and visualization should be made for real-time data analysis of different what-if scenarios originating in workplaces of the future. » (p.12)
  • Background information: The concept was launched in the FInES Position paper (see reference in the slide in the slide) and was recently debated in the IoT conference at the Future Internet Assambley in Poznan (C. Martinez, Man-Sze Li – FInES Cluster; Rikardo Bueno, EFFRA – European Factories of the Future Research Association). Research going towards the sensing enterprise is one of the recomandations made in the conclusion of the Position paper. _____________________________________________________ *Related to manufacturing: -without going as far as the sensign enterprise , the EFFRA Research Roadmap currently under consultation states that : « Economical sustainability relies on an optimal implementation of the whole range of technologies and enablers, in particular involving ICT and robotics-mechatronics technologies, including the embedding of sensors connected to ERP, MES and predictive maintenance systems, enabling on line, real time, full production quality control. » (p.9) Also, on IoT: « Connectivity is inherent to the development of the future work place. We envision manufacturing processes to seamlesly and by-directionally interact with real-world objects and environments on the global scale, accross a variety of application domains and stakeholders thus realizing the Intrenet of Things. Workers’ direct interaction with physical systems will enable processes that are real-world aware, event-based, and significantly more adaptive than today’s processes, which will result in increased visibility, responsiveness, and safety in the workplace of the future. Last, ICT research in manufacturing intelligence will assimilate the huge amount of data originating as a result of increased collaboration and connectivity and render meaningful information on-the-fly on mobile devices for managers and shop floor supervisors> Progress beyond the state-of-the art in event processing, in-memory computing and visualization should be made for real-time data analysis of different what-if scenarios originating in workplaces of the future. » (p.12)
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  • Background information: The concept was launched in the FInES Position paper (see reference in the slide in the slide) and was recently debated in the IoT conference at the Future Internet Assambley in Poznan (C. Martinez, Man-Sze Li – FInES Cluster; Rikardo Bueno, EFFRA – European Factories of the Future Research Association). Research going towards the sensing enterprise is one of the recomandations made in the conclusion of the Position paper. _____________________________________________________ *Related to manufacturing: -without going as far as the sensign enterprise , the EFFRA Research Roadmap currently under consultation states that : « Economical sustainability relies on an optimal implementation of the whole range of technologies and enablers, in particular involving ICT and robotics-mechatronics technologies, including the embedding of sensors connected to ERP, MES and predictive maintenance systems, enabling on line, real time, full production quality control. » (p.9) Also, on IoT: « Connectivity is inherent to the development of the future work place. We envision manufacturing processes to seamlesly and by-directionally interact with real-world objects and environments on the global scale, accross a variety of application domains and stakeholders thus realizing the Intrenet of Things. Workers’ direct interaction with physical systems will enable processes that are real-world aware, event-based, and significantly more adaptive than today’s processes, which will result in increased visibility, responsiveness, and safety in the workplace of the future. Last, ICT research in manufacturing intelligence will assimilate the huge amount of data originating as a result of increased collaboration and connectivity and render meaningful information on-the-fly on mobile devices for managers and shop floor supervisors> Progress beyond the state-of-the art in event processing, in-memory computing and visualization should be made for real-time data analysis of different what-if scenarios originating in workplaces of the future. » (p.12)
  • Background information: The concept was launched in the FInES Position paper (see reference in the slide in the slide) and was recently debated in the IoT conference at the Future Internet Assambley in Poznan (C. Martinez, Man-Sze Li – FInES Cluster; Rikardo Bueno, EFFRA – European Factories of the Future Research Association). Research going towards the sensing enterprise is one of the recomandations made in the conclusion of the Position paper. _____________________________________________________ *Related to manufacturing: -without going as far as the sensign enterprise , the EFFRA Research Roadmap currently under consultation states that : « Economical sustainability relies on an optimal implementation of the whole range of technologies and enablers, in particular involving ICT and robotics-mechatronics technologies, including the embedding of sensors connected to ERP, MES and predictive maintenance systems, enabling on line, real time, full production quality control. » (p.9) Also, on IoT: « Connectivity is inherent to the development of the future work place. We envision manufacturing processes to seamlesly and by-directionally interact with real-world objects and environments on the global scale, accross a variety of application domains and stakeholders thus realizing the Intrenet of Things. Workers’ direct interaction with physical systems will enable processes that are real-world aware, event-based, and significantly more adaptive than today’s processes, which will result in increased visibility, responsiveness, and safety in the workplace of the future. Last, ICT research in manufacturing intelligence will assimilate the huge amount of data originating as a result of increased collaboration and connectivity and render meaningful information on-the-fly on mobile devices for managers and shop floor supervisors> Progress beyond the state-of-the art in event processing, in-memory computing and visualization should be made for real-time data analysis of different what-if scenarios originating in workplaces of the future. » (p.12)
  • Background information: The concept was launched in the FInES Position paper (see reference in the slide in the slide) and was recently debated in the IoT conference at the Future Internet Assambley in Poznan (C. Martinez, Man-Sze Li – FInES Cluster; Rikardo Bueno, EFFRA – European Factories of the Future Research Association). Research going towards the sensing enterprise is one of the recomandations made in the conclusion of the Position paper. _____________________________________________________ *Related to manufacturing: -without going as far as the sensign enterprise , the EFFRA Research Roadmap currently under consultation states that : « Economical sustainability relies on an optimal implementation of the whole range of technologies and enablers, in particular involving ICT and robotics-mechatronics technologies, including the embedding of sensors connected to ERP, MES and predictive maintenance systems, enabling on line, real time, full production quality control. » (p.9) Also, on IoT: « Connectivity is inherent to the development of the future work place. We envision manufacturing processes to seamlesly and by-directionally interact with real-world objects and environments on the global scale, accross a variety of application domains and stakeholders thus realizing the Intrenet of Things. Workers’ direct interaction with physical systems will enable processes that are real-world aware, event-based, and significantly more adaptive than today’s processes, which will result in increased visibility, responsiveness, and safety in the workplace of the future. Last, ICT research in manufacturing intelligence will assimilate the huge amount of data originating as a result of increased collaboration and connectivity and render meaningful information on-the-fly on mobile devices for managers and shop floor supervisors> Progress beyond the state-of-the art in event processing, in-memory computing and visualization should be made for real-time data analysis of different what-if scenarios originating in workplaces of the future. » (p.12)
  • Background information: The concept was launched in the FInES Position paper (see reference in the slide in the slide) and was recently debated in the IoT conference at the Future Internet Assambley in Poznan (C. Martinez, Man-Sze Li – FInES Cluster; Rikardo Bueno, EFFRA – European Factories of the Future Research Association). Research going towards the sensing enterprise is one of the recomandations made in the conclusion of the Position paper. _____________________________________________________ *Related to manufacturing: -without going as far as the sensign enterprise , the EFFRA Research Roadmap currently under consultation states that : « Economical sustainability relies on an optimal implementation of the whole range of technologies and enablers, in particular involving ICT and robotics-mechatronics technologies, including the embedding of sensors connected to ERP, MES and predictive maintenance systems, enabling on line, real time, full production quality control. » (p.9) Also, on IoT: « Connectivity is inherent to the development of the future work place. We envision manufacturing processes to seamlesly and by-directionally interact with real-world objects and environments on the global scale, accross a variety of application domains and stakeholders thus realizing the Intrenet of Things. Workers’ direct interaction with physical systems will enable processes that are real-world aware, event-based, and significantly more adaptive than today’s processes, which will result in increased visibility, responsiveness, and safety in the workplace of the future. Last, ICT research in manufacturing intelligence will assimilate the huge amount of data originating as a result of increased collaboration and connectivity and render meaningful information on-the-fly on mobile devices for managers and shop floor supervisors> Progress beyond the state-of-the art in event processing, in-memory computing and visualization should be made for real-time data analysis of different what-if scenarios originating in workplaces of the future. » (p.12)
  • OPTIONAL Summary of ICT enabled intelligent manufacturing – see chapter 3.2 in Factories of the Future PPP: Strategic Multi-annual Roadmap ( doc 3 in the file) ICT is an enabler for intelligent manufacturing, reinforcing sustainability and high performance in the entire supply chain In the Strategic multi-annual Roadmap, three types of factories are identified: Digital factories (manufacturing design and product life cycle management) Smart factories (agile manufacturing, customisation, where sensors and IoT play a massive role) Virtual factories (value creation, global networked manufacturing and logistics; Internet of Services is the important enabler) Cf. Rikardo Bueno: a timeline can be established in the maturing of a manufacturing product – first, the engineering level, then connecting to suppliers, logistics etc; and finally, the full production, where adaptation to new condition becomes necessary through self-adapting, self-repairing components. This is the level of the sensing factory .
  • Background information: The concept was launched in the FInES Position paper (see reference in the slide in the slide) and was recently debated in the IoT conference at the Future Internet Assambley in Poznan (C. Martinez, Man-Sze Li – FInES Cluster; Rikardo Bueno, EFFRA – European Factories of the Future Research Association). Research going towards the sensing enterprise is one of the recomandations made in the conclusion of the Position paper. _____________________________________________________ *Related to manufacturing: -without going as far as the sensign enterprise , the EFFRA Research Roadmap currently under consultation states that : « Economical sustainability relies on an optimal implementation of the whole range of technologies and enablers, in particular involving ICT and robotics-mechatronics technologies, including the embedding of sensors connected to ERP, MES and predictive maintenance systems, enabling on line, real time, full production quality control. » (p.9) Also, on IoT: « Connectivity is inherent to the development of the future work place. We envision manufacturing processes to seamlesly and by-directionally interact with real-world objects and environments on the global scale, accross a variety of application domains and stakeholders thus realizing the Intrenet of Things. Workers’ direct interaction with physical systems will enable processes that are real-world aware, event-based, and significantly more adaptive than today’s processes, which will result in increased visibility, responsiveness, and safety in the workplace of the future. Last, ICT research in manufacturing intelligence will assimilate the huge amount of data originating as a result of increased collaboration and connectivity and render meaningful information on-the-fly on mobile devices for managers and shop floor supervisors> Progress beyond the state-of-the art in event processing, in-memory computing and visualization should be made for real-time data analysis of different what-if scenarios originating in workplaces of the future. » (p.12)

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  • 1. FInES Cluster Concertation Meeting Closing Remarks December 20th, 2011, Brussels (BE) G érald Santucci , European Commission
  • 2. What you’ve discussed (1)
    • FInEs State-of-play
      • Upcoming changes
    • FInES Task Forces Progress
      • Standardization Action Plan 2012
      • Road Map Progress
      • Business Models beyond 2020
      • Publications + Conferences List Available
    • Future Internet Socio-Economics (FISE) WG
      • Socio-economic dimension of the Future Internet
    • Regional dimension (ERRIN)
    • Cooperation with Future Internet PPP
    •••
  • 3. What you’ve discussed (2)
    • Parallel sessions
      • Finding new ways of collaboration
      • Agreement on common tools, methods
      • Speak common “language”
      • How to share knowledge? Results?
        • Wiki? LinkedIn? Visualizations?
      • Incentives for asset-sharing
      • Re-use of project results
    • New Manufacturing Roadmap
    • FInES-EFFRA synergies
    •••
  • 4. Externalisation Working Group Staff engagement DAE H2020 substance FP7 / CIP Organigram H2020 structure (our bid) 2012 2013 Gallup 360° DAA12 Review DAA13? GL III Call 1 Orientation WP13 Drafting & decision WP13 evaluation & negotiation CIP13 WP elaboration CIP13 evaluation & negotiation Call 1 Drafting & Decision MAFF adop ICT 13 H2020 adop EA draft proposal EA Negotiation Office setup Decide Structure Allocate Ressources Fully Implemented GL IV H2020 Seminars INFSO Coordination MT MT+HoU MT+CAB Staff Assembly MT + HoU What lies ahead in DG INFSO?
  • 5. Looking ahead to challenges and opportunities [I]
    • The rapidly changing world of computing and communications
      • A global Internet
        • Internet users, broadband Internet, super computing
      • A more connected world
        • Mobile phones, mobile Internet, Internet of Things
      • Towards an innovative China
        • Dominant maker of computers and consumer electronics; readily able to adapt and improve on technology innovations made elsewhere; but innovation limited by government controls and the relative lack of IP protection
        • FInES has a long track record in cooperating with China (INTEROP-VLab)
      • Raw materials for innovation
        • Concentration of science and engineering talent
        • Venture capital (China 2 nd largest VC market in the world)
    •••
  • 6. Looking ahead to challenges and opportunities [II]
    • “ Big data” era:
      • How to meet growing data storage, analysis and management demands (e.g. parallel file systems)?
      • How to utilise enterprise-wide, scalable, fully web-enabled distributed processing systems across a wide variety of industries and applications?
      • How to automate the understanding of large complex data by eliminating the requirement for taxonomy/ontology and combining a number of formerly point solutions into an integrated entity-oriented analytics solution?
      • More data about the data  metadata
      • Levelling and commoditisation of knowledge as a shared, common resource  a new wave of intellectual value creation
      • Social nature of the Web  instant global consensus on major issues with little time for filtering, comparison, critical analysis
    •••
  • 7. Looking ahead to challenges and opportunities [III]
    • After silicon
      • Self assembling circuits from carbon nanotubes
    • Towards a programmable universe
      • Sensors can send out streams of data about their surroundings, anonymously transmitted to remote data centres (“clouds”)
      • … but who are the EU Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Yahoo and Apple?
    • Convergence of biology and computer science
      • Designing chips that have structural resemblance to the brain
    • Deconstructing the interface (Macintosh, Windows)
    • By 2070, our brain connected to the Internet?
      • From GIZMOS to SPIMES to BIOTS (B. Sterling)
      • “ Halo of data”: personalised descriptions of what and who is around you are available at the push of a button on your smartphone
      • The whole brain can be synchronised to the cloud (2100?) – humans can restore and backup their memories to the system; the system can restore memories into a new body
      • Collective learning (2200?) – only new knowledge needs to be created, learning becomes obsolete; all known knowledge is contained on a supercomputer (on a chip?); all known knowledge pertaining to any subject can be downloaded directly to the brain
    •••
  • 8. Towards the Sensing Enterprise?
    • 2009 : FInES began to explore Science Based Interoperability; 2011 : FInES explores the new concept of “Sensing Enterprise”.
    • Sensing Enterprise : an enterprise anticipating future decisions by using multi-dimensional information captured through physical and virtual objects and providing added value information to enhance its global context awareness.
    • WYSIWYG Enterprise : “With massive quantities of real-time information becoming pushed rather than pulled on a global scale future enterprises will be (a) context aware, (b) dynamically configurable, and (c) multi-identity oriented virtual entities that manifest themselves in many different ways and re-invent themselves over and over again.”
    • Sensing Factory : smart, adaptive, autonomous, and ambient machines.
    Source: Future Internet Enterprise Systems (FInES) Position Paper, 2011 http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/enet/documents/fines-position-paper-fp8-orientations-final.pdf •••
  • 9. ICT: the enabler of intelligent manufacturing ERP Digital factories Smart factories Virtual factories Rapid prototyping Smart items Embedded systems Closed loop lifecycle management Next generation cost cutting and process optimization Generating new business Source: Factories of the Future PPP: Strategic Multi-annual Roadmap (2010), http://www.manufuture.org/manufacturing/wp-content/uploads/FoF_PPP_Roadmap_Final_Version.pdf ••• Internet of Things Internet of Services Infrastructure /Services Components Applications Shop floor Plant level
  • 10. FInES commitment to excellence!
    • Research projects must strive for excellence
    • Increase activities on communicating results to the most prestigious conferences and journals
      • ERA Conference Ranking
      • ISI Web of Knowledge
      • Special Issue of the Computers in Industry Journal
    •••
  • 11. Thank you for your attention!
    • G érald SANTUCCI
    • Head of Unit RFID and Network Enterprise
    • Information Society and Media Directorat-General
    • European Commission
    • gerald.santucci @ ec.europa.eu
    • http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/enet/home_en.html
    • http://www.fines-cluster.eu/fines/jm /
    • http://www.internet-of-things-research.eu /
    •••
  • 12. DG INFSO/D-4!