20081010 Future Internet in the FP7 ICT Work Programme


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20081010 Future Internet in the FP7 ICT Work Programme

  1. 1. Future Internet What are YOU going to do with it? Arian Zwegers European Commission Information Society and Media Directorate General Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures Unit ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  2. 2. What is the Future Internet? ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  3. 3. What does the Future Internet look like? Internet of Services, Service Web 3D Internet Trust Security Networks of the Future Sources: 3GPP, 3GPP2, Qualcomm, WiMAX Forum http://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/EXPORT/DL/38496.pdf Internet of Things http://www.itu.int/osg/spu/publications/internetofthings/ ICT Summit 2008, Lugano Second Life
  4. 4. What does the Future Internet look like? Internet of Services, Service Web 3D Internet Trust Conway’s Law: “organisations which design systems are constrained to produce systems which are copies of the communication structures of these organisations” (1968) Security Networks of the Future Sources: 3GPP, 3GPP2, Qualcomm, WiMAX Forum http://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/EXPORT/DL/38496.pdf Internet of Things http://www.itu.int/osg/spu/publications/internetofthings/ ICT Summit 2008, Lugano Second Life
  5. 5. Overview • General • Viewpoints – Networks – (Contents, Media) – Services – Things – (Trust, Security) – (Experimental Facilities) • For each of the viewpoints – Internet developments – Problems and opportunities – Work Programme 2009-10 • Conclusions ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  6. 6. World Internet Penetration Rates by Geographic Regions 248 / 337 20 / 34 385 / 800 139 / 576 42 / 197 579 / 3,776 51 / 955 ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  7. 7. Current/emerging problems and opportunities • Current Internet was never designed to be a critical part of an economy’s infrastructure • Net-delivered services are reshaping the world (search, media, games, social networking, etc.) • Tripling of the number of people connected (1 3 B) • Addition of billions—perhaps even hundreds of billions—of devices (sensors, tags, micro controllers) • User generated content leads to a massive increase of creative flow of content and processes • Balance the perceived need for control with the creativity that spawns innovation—and profit? • Towards tethered appliances or generative technology? ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  8. 8. Are WE going to act or not? Framework Programmes ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  9. 9. 7th Framework Programme (2007-2013) Biotechnology 2. Food, Agriculture Production Techn. 4. Nano, Materials, COOPERATION Research 8. Socio-economic 6. Environment 7. Transport 10. Security 5. Energy 1. Health 9. Space 3. ICT € 32 B € 7.5 B IDEAS European Research Council PEOPLE Marie Curie Actions € 4.7 B Research Research for Regions of Research Science in International CAPACITIES Infrastruc- the benefit of Know- Potential Society Co-operation tures SMEs ledge € 4.2 B ICT Summit 2008, Lugano http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/
  10. 10. ICT Work Programme 2009-2010 ~2 B€ total i2010 Socio-economic goals Flagships Digital Towards ICT for ICT for Libraries sustainable Mobility, Independent and and Environmental Living, ETPs Content personalised Sustainability Inclusion healthcare and Energy and Efficiency Governance Network and Technology roadblocks Service Future and Emerging Infrastructures Technologies Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics Components, Systems, Engineering ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  11. 11. Challenge 1 “Pervasive and Trustworthy Network and Service Infrastructures” Call 4 Call 5 80 MEuro 37 MEuro The Future Internet 1.3 Internet of Things 1.5 Networked Media and Enterprise and 3D Internet environments Call 5 1.4 Trustworthy ICT Call 5 110 MEuro 90 MEuro 1.2 Internet of Services, Software and Virtualisation Call 4 110 MEuro 1.1 Network of the Future Call 5 Call 5 1.6 Future Internet experimental facility 80 MEuro 50 MEuro and experimentally-driven research ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  12. 12. Networks Technology evolution: citius, altius, fortius • Ever increasing data rates • More and more going mobile 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 Standard IEEE 802.16e deployment Wimax 3G STD Multiple 3G releases NGMN 3G LTE deployment 3G R&D – early Trials 3G evolution World Radio Conference standardization deployment R&D – early Trials 4G Systems Standardization IMS/SIP TISPAN R&D – early Trials NGN BT announces 21 CN, first massive NGN deployment plan Future Internet US 09/11, reflection on Internet Security Standardization? Deployment ? ICT Summit 2008, Lugano R&D – early Trials - Testbeds
  13. 13. Networks Problems and opportunities (1/2) • Choking of networks – Need for ever higher end-to-end data rates – Need to overcome segmentation of access and core networks Converged infrastructures in support of Future Networks (CP) Ultra high capacity optical transport/access networks Converged service capability across heterogeneous access • Issues with radio access networks – Limited spectrum availability – Many different radio access technologies Spectrum-efficient radio access to Future Networks (CP) Next-generation mobile radio technologies Cognitive radio and network technologies Novel radio network Obj 1.1 Instruments: IP, STREP Call 4 ICT Summit 2008, Lugano Budget CP: 110 M€, min. 50% to IPs
  14. 14. Networks Problems and opportunities (2/2) • Structural limitations of the current Internet architecture – More applications, devices, and edge networks to be supported – Original architectural principles are violated – ISPs put in place traffic shaping to optimize network use – Net neutrality debate – no gain, no pain – Architectural ossification Future Internet Architectures and Network Technologies (CP) Novel Internet architectures and technologies Flexible and cognitive network management and operation frameworks Note: migration paths and coexistence Note: clean slate or evolutionary approaches Note: third country partnership • Lack of coordination of current and future research Coordination/Support actions and Networks of Excellence (CSA, NoE) Obj 1.1 Instruments: IP, STREP, NoE, CSA Call 5 Budget CP: 71 M€, min. 50% to IPs Budget NoE: 6 M€ 80 M€ ICT Summit 2008, Lugano Budget CSA: 3 M€
  15. 15. Contents Level of interaction increases: Experience IT • Virtual World Platforms • Confluence of trends Level of Interaction • New business perspectives Inside Connected Individual ICT Summit 2008, Lugano Time
  16. 16. Contents Problems and opportunities (1/2) • Opportunities in offering multimedia content and services – Taking into account user contexts – Taking into account network and device characteristics – Distribution of graphics content and processing between network and terminals Content aware networks and network aware applications (CP) – Architectures and technologies for converged and scalable networking and delivery of multimedia content and services – Maintaining the integrity and quality of media across media life cycle • 3D Internet open issues – Performance issue, high demand for processing power, graphics engines, bandwidth – Need for new classes of protocols, development tools, modelling and simulation – Multiple identities – Interaction virtual worlds and integration with business – Opportunity: adoption of virtual workplaces by industry? 3D Media Internet (CP) – Architectures and technologies for Future Media Internet and 3D processing – Technologies for 3D content representation – Architectures and technologies ensuring that 3D augmented worlds are tightly coupled to the physical world ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  17. 17. Contents Problems and opportunities (2/2) • Open issues in mobile search – Future user and service requirements including ubiquitous access (fixed/mobile) – Handling the context of search (e.g. geographical awareness) – Addressing search as a packaged offer, integrated with networked services – Capturing the semantic aspects of search Networked search and retrieval (CP) – Networked technologies and architectures with repositories and cached content – Adaptive technologies based on relevance or contextual and user feedback • Opportunities in TV – TV definitely goes digital, High Definition, and Internet – TV might go IPTV, and broadcasting might go to handhelds, but business models are uncertain – Beyond the horizon is 3D Television, digital cinema directly to the home, and SuperHiVision Immersive media experiences beyond HDTV and electronic cinema (CP) • Lack of coordination of current and future research efforts Networks of Excellence (NoE) Support measures (CSA) Obj 1.5 Instruments: IP, STREP, NoE, CSA Call 4 Budget CP: 70 M€, min. 50% to IPs Budget NoE: 6 M€ 80 M€ ICT Summit 2008, Lugano Budget CSA: 4 M€
  18. 18. Services Connected IT services: Fit for active service? A multitude of connected IT services, which are offered, bought, sold, used, repurposed, and composed by a worldwide network of service providers, consumers, aggregators, and brokers - resulting in - a new way of offering, using, and organising IT supported functionality Number of Web services found by SEEKDA Adapted from SAP Research, 2008, and SEEKDA, 2008 ICT Summit 2008, Lugano crawler during the past 25 months
  19. 19. Services Problems and opportunities • Issues with service architectures and platforms – Existing web-based service front-ends are based on monolithic, inflexible, non- context-aware, non-customizable and unfriendly UIs – How to deal with many, many diverse services? – How to manage many, diverse underlying hardware and software resources? Service Architectures and Platforms for the Future Internet (CP) – Service front ends – Open, scalable, dependable service platforms, architectures, and specific platform components – Virtualised infrastructures • Issues with very large, dynamic, open service networks – From design time to run-time – Quality of open systems without fixed system boundaries – Opportunities with open source software and service engineering? Highly Innovative Service / Software Engineering (CP) – Service / Software engineering methods and tools – Verification and validation methods, tools and techniques – Methods, tools and approaches specifically supporting the development, deployment and evolution of open source software • Lack of coordination of current and future research efforts Coordination and support actions (CSA) ICT Obj 1.2 Instruments: IP, STREP, CSA Call 5 Budget CP: 107 M€, min. 50% to IPs 110 M€ ICT Summit 2008, Lugano Budget CSA: 3 M€
  20. 20. Things Connected stuff: what your beer tells your phone • Connecting objects and locations in the real world to information on the web • Pervasive computing, wearable computing, Smart dust, Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  21. 21. Things Problems and opportunities • Open issues in linking the physical and virtual worlds – Current architectures do not allow a wide range of application scenarios – Governance – Standards – Spectrum Architectures and technologies for an Internet of Things (CP) – Architectures and technologies using information from the virtual and physical worlds and allowing action on the physical world – Optimised technologies covering distribution of intelligence – Architectural models enabling an open governance scheme of the Internet of Things – Note: third country partnership • Opportunity to use Future Internet technology in networked business Future Internet based Enterprise Systems (CP) • Lack of coordination of current and future research efforts International co-operation and co-ordination (CSA) Obj 1.3 Instruments: IP, STREP, CSA Call 5 Budget CP: 35 M€, at least 2 IPs 37 M€ ICT Summit 2008, Lugano Budget CSA: 2 M€
  22. 22. Trust, Security On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog • World view original Internet design – Cooperating administrators and mutual trust – Receiver is willing to receive whatever the sender is sending • But – Spam, phishing, botnets, malware, virus etc – Lack of trust leads to opportunity and transaction costs • Current architectures are open to security breaches, privacy invasion and identity theft ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  23. 23. Trust, Security Problems and opportunities (1/2) • Security in Network Infrastructures – Limited resilience of and across heterogeneous networks – Security as an add-on – Limited data gathering and analysis for understanding and preventing cyber threats Trustworthy Network Infrastructures (IP) – Trustworthy network infrastructures as well as communication, computing and storage infrastructures – Trustworthy platforms and frameworks for autonomously monitoring and managing threats – Note: attention to usability, societal acceptance, and other aspects ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  24. 24. Trust, Security Problems and opportunities (2/2) • Security in service infrastructures – Need to assure security level, privacy, and regulatory compliance Trustworthy Service Infrastructures (IP) – Trustworthy and privacy protecting service systems, platforms and infrastructures – Interoperable frameworks for identity management – Note: attention to usability, societal acceptance, and other aspects • Various security concerns and enabling technologies Technology and Tools for Trustworthy ICT (STREP) • Lack of coordination of current and future research Networking, Coordination and Support (NoE, CSA) Obj 1.4 Instruments: IP, STREP, NoE, CSA Call 5 Budget CP: 80 M€, min. 50% to IPs ICT Summit 2008, Lugano Budget NoE, CSA: 10 M€ 90 M€
  25. 25. Experimental facilities Problems and opportunities • Need to support research on the Future Internet (technologies and services), allowing for: – Large scale experimentation – Experimentation with systems based on cross-layer or non-layered approaches – Direct involvement of user communities – Multidisciplinary experimental research – Assessing socio-economic impact of Internet changes Building the Experimental Facility and stimulating its use (IP) – FIRE Components – FIRE Users Experimentally-driven Research (STREP) Coordination and Support actions (CSA) Obj 1.6 Instruments: IP, STREP, NoE, CSA Call 5 Budget CP: 45 M€, 25 M€ IPs, 20 M€ STREPs ICT50 M€ Summit 2008, Lugano Budget CSA: 5 M€
  26. 26. Timetable • Publication WP2009-10 in November 2008 • FP7-ICT Proposers' Day 2009 – Budapest, 22 January 2009 • Preparatory workshops and information days – Different Objectives, different approaches • Call 4 – Publication: 18 November 2008 – Submission deadline: 7 April 2009 • Call 5 – Publication: June 2009 – Submission deadline: 22 September 2009??? http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/events/budapest_2009/index_en.htm ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  27. 27. Future Internet Bled conference 31 March – 2 April 2008 • Bled declaration – Signed by 76 Challenge 1 projects from call 1 and 2 – Various aspects of Future Internet – How to continue towards Madrid, Dec 2008? • Future Internet Assembly ICT Summit 2008, Lugano http://www.fi-bled.eu
  28. 28. ICT 2008 Lyon 25-27 November 2008 ICT Summit 2008, Lugano http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/events/ict/2008/index_en.htm
  29. 29. Future Internet Assembly – ServiceWave Conference Madrid, 9-13 December 2008 ICT Summit 2008, Lugano http://www.fi-madrid.eu, http://www.servicewave.eu
  30. 30. Conference ”The Future of the Internet” Prague, 11-13 May 2009 ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  31. 31. And now what? WE have a problem! What are YOU going to do about it? ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  32. 32. Call for Action • Participate in the debate – Participate in preparatory workshops – Update research lines – See the whole elephant – Consider submission of proposals • Familiarise yourself with ongoing research – Participate in ICT 2008 – Have a look at Future Internet websites – Attend information days – Know the key players • “The Future Internet is OUR future” ICT Summit 2008, Lugano
  33. 33. For More Information ... FP7 FP7 http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ Future Internet Future Internet http://ec.europa.eu/foi http://ec.europa.eu/foi http://www.future-internet.eu/ http://www.future-internet.eu/ Draft Work Programme Draft Work Programme http://www.senternovem.nl/mmfiles/FP7- http://www.senternovem.nl/mmfiles/FP7- ICT%20Workprogramme%202009-10%20V10-09- ICT%20Workprogramme%202009-10%20V10-09- 08_tcm24-282010.pdf 08_tcm24-282010.pdf ICT Proposers’ day, 22 January 2009, Budapest ICT Proposers’ day, 22 January 2009, Budapest http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/events/budapest_2 http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/events/budapest_2 009/index_en.htm 009/index_en.htm E-mail E-mail Arian.Zwegers@ec.europa.eu Arian.Zwegers@ec.europa.eu ICT Summit 2008, Lugano