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    Open Source innovation Catalyst, OW2con11, Nov 24-25, 2011 Open Source innovation Catalyst, OW2con11, Nov 24-25, 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • OPEN SOURCE INNOVATION CATALYST Organized by IRILL (http://www.irill.org)  with support from ICT Labs (http://eit.ictlabs.eu) Welcome Roberto Di Cosmo, Director of IRILL Patrick Moreau, Software Assets Manager, InriaParis, 24 novembre 2011
    • Inria in a nutshell• Inria, the French national institute of digital science is dedicated to  fundamental and applied research in information and communication  science and technology (ICST). • Budgetary Resources:  – 250 M Euros• Human Resources:  – 4,300 persons including 3500 researchers• Scientific Activities: – 208 research teams  – 4,850 scientific publications • Industrial Relations: – Around 1000 software (50% in open source) • But INRIA is not an editor: research prototypes only
    • Inria, a player in free software• Inria is convinced that free software plays an essential role in developing a  digital society – Inria distributes today over 500 free software• Numerous OS communities : Scilab, Monolix, Amaya, Coq, …• CeCILL licenses• Strategic member of OW2• Launch of the IRILL, (the Initiative for Research and Innovation in Free  Software)
    • Focus on IRILL : accompanying FOSS growth• Face the new challenges – scientifc, • new scientific and technological problems from FOSS, • unprecedented change of scale in software artifact size and speed of  evolution – educational, • Teach tomorrows engineers how to develop software in the FOSS  environment,  and help them stay up to date, • Educate technical and non technical newcomers to FOSS values and  principles,  and include them in the community – economic, • Help transfer from academia to industry, and ease bottom‐up  innovation, • Foster an open ecosystem approach to information technology
    • Focus on IRILL : bridging communities
    • Impact and Transfer• Integration of research results    => Increase of competitiveness• In open source components  => significant productivity gain• Open source  => fluid transfer and innovation activities. • FOSS from research, aka innovative OS, is a key enabler for technology  transfer, essential to produce the innovation on which the  competitiveness of modern industry relies.  – IMPACT: to use – TRANSFER: to edit• The good period: – From  a “Me Too” period to an innovative one
    • Observation• Several obstacles:  – Lack of skills (technical, legal, economic, community management) of   the industrial stakeholders, – Lack of confidence in Research Open Source software, – Lack of visibility of sufficiently mature open source “research  software”  • A large part of innovative open source is not visible by the industry• It is not an easy subject: – High complexity, requiring real expertise – Innovative
    • Open Source Booster• ICT Labs introduced in 2011 the idea of an «open source  booster» among its other instruments• This workshop will contribute to shape this instrument – Experience reports both from academia and industry with innovation and  technology transfer using open source software • lessons learned,  methodologies, • good practices, uses cases or common mistakes are welcome – The program alternates presentations from industries and from research  academies
    • Program• OtaSizzle ‐ an Open Platform to Transfer Technology from a Research Project to Practice – Olli Pitkänen, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT• Kassi ‐ creating business opportunities from an open source research project – Juho Makkonen, Kassi• Possible industrial use cases of KALIMUCHO – Philippe Roose, Associate Professors, LIUPPA/Laboratoire dInformatique de lUPPA• Polarsys (previously OPEES) as a mean to catalyse the maturation process (from TRL3 to  TRL6) for OSS projects in the Embedded Software space. – Gael Blondelle, OBEO• Open Source Innovation Factory – Paolo Ceravolo, Assistant Professor, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy, in collaboration with Engineering Group• Open source and Standardisation – Jamil Chawki, Orange Group• An Open Source‐Based Approach for Industrializing Research Tools – Hugo Bruneliere – R&D Engineer – AtlandMod Team (INRIA, EMN & LINA)• Creating Value with Open Source – Teodor Danciu, Founder and Architect JasperReports, Jaspersoft
    • Next steps• Building the “Open Source Booster” program – to identify the partners and strenghten the network• Task 1: ICT Labs Open Source teams and Good Practices Networking• Task2: Common open source development model• Task3: IPRA (Intellectual Properly Rights Analysis) and cartography and  qualification of the assets• Task4: Dissemination• Node initiatives in the area of Open Source – Paris: “Program Open Source Transfer” strongly linked with the IRILL center – To be completed for each nodes