Decrypt NET FuturesPeter Fatelnighttps://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/1
2We aim to make best use of the knowledge created in research, working with all stakeholders in theinnovation process, not...
In other words …1. Making the world‘smarter’ and acceleratesustainabletechnological innovation2. Making Europe a worldlead...
interNET INNOVATION – E34Industry-drivenInternet Innovation•Organisations•Industries•Value chainsSocietal-drivenInternet I...
5Net it be …NetworkPerformanceSmartNetworksSmartCities5G-PPPFIRECollectiveAwarenessPlatformsFI-PPPCCResearchCCLegalCCDeplo...
IndustrySMEsUsersCitizensInfrastructure  Platforms  Services/Applications5G-PPPAdv. Net Infrastr.E1/E4E3Cloud Computi...
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SRASRA• Industry-led and infra-driven• new infrastructure req. (capacity,mobility, integration, manageability)• Ubiquitous...
Outcome of all of that is:91. Innovative Internetservices for business,users, citizens andsociety2. New technologies,paten...
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Creating Industrial Leadership andCompetitive Frameworks− Leadership in enabling and industrialtechnologies−ICT−Nanotech.,...
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Opportunitiesfor Others!14• Open Calls by the 5 large scale trials. Each has a budget ofabout € 1.35 million reserved for ...
Phase 3Quick Facts:Call Closure 10 December 2013€ 100 million for SMEs & web entrepreneurs€ 30 million for sustainabili...
Objective• Wide take-up of FI-PPP results by SMEs and web-entrepreneurs - use of the Generic and SpecificEnablers develope...
FI-PPP Call 3• Objective 1.8: Expansion of Use Cases• Objective 1.9: Technology Foundation Extension and Usage17Technology...
18Public sectorICT infrastructure providerRegional Dev AgencyAccelerator 1Accelerator 2ICT infrastructure providerSME asso...
Possible actors19consortium• Accelerators• Company managed funds• ICT infrastructure providers• Public sector• Regional De...
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  • The Future Internet Public-Private Partnership was launched in May 2011 to advance Europe's competitiveness in Future Internet technologies and systems. Industry driven, it supports innovative Internet-enhanced applications of public and social relevance, notably in urban areas. It aims to make public service infrastructures and business processes smarter, meaning more intelligent, more efficient, more sustainable. The Future Internet PPP projects address different areas such as energy, health, logistics/transport, content industry or the sensing enterprise, however builds on a common technological components that are re-usable, open and interoperable with evolving infrastructure and technologies.
  • Before looking at the opportunities offered by the third phase of the FI-PPP, there are possibilities to join already the second phase.
  • The Future Internet Public-Private Partnership was launched in May 2011 to advance Europe's competitiveness in Future Internet technologies and systems. Industry driven, it supports innovative Internet-enhanced applications of public and social relevance, notably in urban areas. It aims to make public service infrastructures and business processes smarter, meaning more intelligent, more efficient, more sustainable. The Future Internet PPP projects address different areas such as energy, health, logistics/transport, content industry or the sensing enterprise, however builds on a common technological components that are re-usable, open and interoperable with evolving infrastructure and technologies.
  • Join the FI-PPP Portal
  • Outcome: A set of networked European Future Internet ecosystems using advanced infrastructure and innovative Internet services and applications pushed into the hands of private and professional users.
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    1. 1. Decrypt NET FuturesPeter Fatelnighttps://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/1
    2. 2. 2We aim to make best use of the knowledge created in research, working with all stakeholders in theinnovation process, notably the industry (from large multinationals, to SMEs, to web-entrepreneurs),academia and citizens.The implementation: Airbus of the Internet
    3. 3. In other words …1. Making the world‘smarter’ and acceleratesustainabletechnological innovation2. Making Europe a worldleader in FutureInternet technologiesCharacteristics• fast access anywhere• manage and reduceenergy consumption• of ICT• by ICT• Open, standards-based• Safe to use and secure3holistic/systemperspective/marketimpactNET Futures technology researchNet Futures innovation and applications researchApplication PullTechnology push
    4. 4. interNET INNOVATION – E34Industry-drivenInternet Innovation•Organisations•Industries•Value chainsSocietal-drivenInternet Innovation•Citizens•Users•SocietyEntrepreneurship-drivenInternet Innovation•Geeks•Entrepreneurs•Young professionals
    5. 5. 5Net it be …NetworkPerformanceSmartNetworksSmartCities5G-PPPFIRECollectiveAwarenessPlatformsFI-PPPCCResearchCCLegalCCDeployment(ECP)FutureInternetAssemblyDigitalAgendaAssembly2013WEActionPlanICT2013EventVilnius
    6. 6. IndustrySMEsUsersCitizensInfrastructure  Platforms  Services/Applications5G-PPPAdv. Net Infrastr.E1/E4E3Cloud ComputingE2/H4Smart CitiesE4/H5/E1CAPSE3… a packageFIREE4
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    8. 8. SRASRA• Industry-led and infra-driven• new infrastructure req. (capacity,mobility, integration, manageability)• Ubiquitous networking• RTD for innovation2011 2013 2016 2019 2022FI-PPP (300 M€ - EC contrib.)research & devvalidationinnovation• Industry-led and user-driven• Innovation focus – enable new class ofInternet services• exploiting existing infrastructureETPs (Net!Works,ISI, NEM, NESSI,EPOSS)Association(Net!Works-led)FP 7 Horizon2020NI5G-PPP (xxx M€)research & developmentinnovationSRAWeb EntrepreneurshipRequirements(traffic/mobility)Future InternetPublic-Private Partnerships
    9. 9. Outcome of all of that is:91. Innovative Internetservices for business,users, citizens andsociety2. New technologies,patents and intellectualproperty3. Entrepreneurs and SMEsleverage the Internetbetter4. More and better jobs inEurope, especially whenentering the job market5. Socio-economic growth•Co-funding Internet research•RTD& I based Public-privatepartnerships•Companies & researchorganisations•Researchers & innovators•Member states and regionalpolicy environmentsInnovation funnel
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    11. 11. Creating Industrial Leadership andCompetitive Frameworks− Leadership in enabling and industrialtechnologies−ICT−Nanotech., Materials, Manuf. andProcessing−Biotechnology−Space− Access to risk finance− Innovation in SMEsExcellence in the Science Base− Frontier research (ERC)− Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)− Skills and career development (Marie Curie)− Research infrastructuresShared objectives and principlesCommon rules, toolkit of funding schemesEurope 2020 prioritiesEuropean Research AreaSimplified accessInternational cooperationDissemination & knowledge tranferTackling Societal Challenges− Health, demographic change and wellbeing− Food security, sustainable agriculture andthe bio-based economy− Secure, clean and efficient energy− Smart, green and integrated transport− Climate action, resource efficiency and rawmaterials− Inclusive, innovative and reflectivesocieties− Secure SocietiesEITJRCICTICTICTICTICTICTICTICTICT
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    13. 13. Opportunitiesfor Others!14• Open Calls by the 5 large scale trials. Each has a budget ofabout € 1.35 million reserved for adding new partners(summer 2013)• XIFI: Open Call for additional infrastructures (summer2013)• Open Innovation Lab is the testbed hosting the innovativeFI-PPP technologies accessible to anyone (summer 2013)• Phase 3 will expand the innovative technologies to SMEsand web-entrepreneurs to create innovative services andapplications.Stay tuned! www.fi-ppp.eu
    14. 14. Phase 3Quick Facts:Call Closure 10 December 2013€ 100 million for SMEs & web entrepreneurs€ 30 million for sustainability and take-up15
    15. 15. Objective• Wide take-up of FI-PPP results by SMEs and web-entrepreneurs - use of the Generic and SpecificEnablers developed in FI-WARE and the trials.• Develop services and applications making useof innovative infrastructures, big data, Internet ofThings, etc.• Long-term successof the FI-PPP… for details see the FI-PPPwork-programme 2013Example: Findinga loo in Vienna•Geo-location•Navigation•Augmented reality•Use open data ofthe city of Vienna
    16. 16. FI-PPP Call 3• Objective 1.8: Expansion of Use Cases• Objective 1.9: Technology Foundation Extension and Usage17Technology FoundationTechnology Foundation- Extension- UsagePHASE 3PHASE 1 PHASE 2Use Cases (Phase 1) Use Cases(Phase 2)Expansion of UseCases (Phase 3)Objective 1.8Objective 1.9
    17. 17. 18Public sectorICT infrastructure providerRegional Dev AgencyAccelerator 1Accelerator 2ICT infrastructure providerSME association 1SME association 2SME association 3SMESMESME SMESMESMESMESMESMESMESMESMESMESMESMEWESMESMESMESMEWEWEWEWEWEWEWE WEWE WEWEWEWE WEWE??WEWEWE??????????????WEThe basic idea
    18. 18. Possible actors19consortium• Accelerators• Company managed funds• ICT infrastructure providers• Public sector• Regional Development Agencies• Sectorial ecosystems• SME associations• Others?By sectorBy company ecosystemBy regional dimensionBy …??
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