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20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?
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20090327 Software Engineering -- What's in it for me?

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Presentation about the opportunities for funding in Software and Services, esp in the FP7 ICT Work Programme, ITEA2, and Artemis, for the CSMR conference, Kaiserslautern (Germany), 27 March 2009

Presentation about the opportunities for funding in Software and Services, esp in the FP7 ICT Work Programme, ITEA2, and Artemis, for the CSMR conference, Kaiserslautern (Germany), 27 March 2009

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  • 1. Software Engineering What’s in it for me? Arian Zwegers European Commission Information Society and Media Directorate General Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures Unit
  • 2. Overview • How are we doing? – Importance of software (engineering) – European position • How to improve? – Framework Programmes • Context: Future Internet • Call 5, Objective 1.2 – ITEA2 Call 4 – ARTEMIS Joint Undertaking, 2009 call • Call for actions CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 2
  • 3. Software and Services • A key industrial sector – 1 Mio specialists in EU – 200 B€ market (70 B€ Software) – EU ICT market growth mainly driven by software and IT services (EITO ’06): 5.8% for 2006-07 • The engine room of the Information Society – Today large parts of our society depend on software – Tomorrow every EU industry sector will succeed only when mastering S&S – 70% of software development takes place in non- software companies CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 3
  • 4. ICT Market, 2006 By region and by product • Europe is world’s largest ICT market • Europe has a large software and services market Office equipment, 1.3% Computer hardware, Rest of World, 12.2% 24.2% IT services, 20.6% Europe, End-user 33.4% communications equipment, 4.2% Software, 11.1% Japan, 14.1% Datacom and network equipment, Carrier services, 6.4% US, 28.3% 44.1% Total value = Total value = € 2,033 billion € 680 billion CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 4 Source: EITO, 2007
  • 5. Leading Internet companies Communication Free email Resources Instant messaging RaaS Search SaaS engines Information Services Sharing files Social networks Content CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 5
  • 6. Where is Europe? • Web 3.0 = Google Inc? • What can Europe do? (Software Strategy) Framework Programmes Other programmes • Are we going to act (or not)? CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 6
  • 7. 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 CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 7 http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/
  • 8. 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 CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 8 http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/
  • 9. 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 CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern Source: ICT Work Programme 2009 ••• 9
  • 10. The Future Internet World Internet Penetration Rates by Geographic Regions 247 / 337 21 / 34 390 / 804 166 / 581 46 / 197 650 / 3,780 54 / 975 CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 10
  • 11. The Future Internet 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? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAsb4gtEpaw http://iiea.com/zittrain/video.wmv CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KDgxGN6cqTA ••• 11
  • 12. What is the Future Internet? CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 12
  • 13. 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 CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern http://www.itu.int/osg/spu/publications/internetofthings/ ••• 13 Second Life
  • 14. 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 CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern http://www.itu.int/osg/spu/publications/internetofthings/ ••• 14 Second Life
  • 15. ICT Work Programme 2009 Obj. 1.2: Internet of Services, Software and Virtualisation 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 CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 15 crawler during the past 25 months Adapted from SAP Research, 2008, and SEEKDA, 2008
  • 16. Objective 1.2 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) Obj 1.2 Instruments: IP, STREP, CSA Call 5 Budget CP: 107 M€, min. 50% to IPs CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern M€ 110 Budget CSA: 3 M€ ••• 16
  • 17. Objective 1.2: Internet of Services, Software and Virtualisation Target Outcomes Expected Impact • Contribution to Future Internet / Convergence Services for the Highly • Technological advances Future Internet Innovative in software/service engineering Service Service • More competitive environment for service & Front Ends Engineering providers, including SMEs • Massive uptake of high- Architectures added value services. Verification & components Service Front-ends, online communities Open Source • Strengthened European Virtualisation software and services Software industry Remember: The Work Programme text is the official reference for the call CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 17 Source: ICT Work Programme 2009
  • 18. Timetable Objective 1.2 • In the past – Publication WP2009-10 in November 2008 – FP7-ICT Proposers' Day 2009, 22 January 2009, Budapest, Hungary • Preparatory workshops – Expert workshops by EC – Workshops by constituency welcomed • Objective 1.2 Information Day – 9 June 2009, Brussels • Other events – “The Future of the Internet”, 11-13 May 2009, Prague – SSAIE Summer School, 16-19 June 2009, Heraklion • Call 5 – Publication: 30 July 2009 – Submission deadline: 3 November 2009 CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ssai/events_en.html ••• 18
  • 19. Conference ”The Future of the Internet” Prague, 11-13 May 2009 CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 19 http://www.fi-prague.eu
  • 20. SSAIE Summer School Heraklion, 16-19 June 2009 CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 20 http://www.ssme2009.tsl.gr
  • 21. ITEA2 Information Technology for European Advancement • Eureka cluster on Software-Intensive Systems and Services • ITEA 2 Call 4 – Opened 16 February 2009 – Two-stage procedure • Project Outlines: 9 April 2009 • Full Project Proposal: 2 October 2009 • Funding by Eureka countries • ITEA 2 contribution • Contents follows ITEA Technology Roadmap for Software-Intensive Systems (edition 3) CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 21 http://www.itea2.org/project_calls
  • 22. ITEA2 Roadmap, 3rd edition • ST = Short Term • MT = Medium Term • LT = Long Term • Green = mature technology • Yellow = some available, more research needed • Red = not existing CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 22 http://www.itea2.org/itea2_roadmap_3
  • 23. Artemis Joint Undertaking Advanced Research and Technology for Embedded Intelligence and Systems • Joint Technology Initiative on Embedded Computing Systems • Artemis call 2009 – Opened 5 March 2009 – Two-stage procedure • Project Outlines: 15 April 2009 • Full Project Proposal: 3 September 2009 • Funding by Artemis Member States and top-up funding by Joint Undertaking • Total funding: 105 M€ • Contents follows ARTEMIS Joint Undertaking Annual Work Programme 2009 CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 23 https://www.artemis-ju.eu/
  • 24. Artemis Joint Undertaking Annual Work Programme 2009 • Proposals should address – at least one ARTEMIS Sub-Programme – at least one Industrial Priority • Industrial Priorities – Reference Designs and Architectures – Seamless Connectivity and Middleware – Design Methods and Tools • ARTEMIS Sub-Programmes – Methods and processes for safety-relevant embedded systems – Person-centric health management – Smart environments and scalable digital services – Efficient manufacturing and logistics – Computing environments for embedded systems – Security, privacy and dependability – Embedded technology for sustainable urban life – Human-centric design of embedded systems CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 24 https://www.artemis-ju.eu/call_2009
  • 25. Call for Action • Participate in the debates – Update research lines – See the whole elephant – Involve other players • Beyond state-of-the-art – Target specific, long term innovation – Increase horizon – Pursue specific outcomes – Ensure contribution to expected impact • Towards Call 5 – Participate in preparatory workshops and organise workshops yourself – Have a look at Future Internet websites – Know ongoing/former projects and initiatives • “The Future Internet is OUR future” CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 25
  • 26. 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/ Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures Software & Service Architectures and Infrastructures http://cordis.europa.eu/software-services http://cordis.europa.eu/software-services Future Internet Future Internet http://ec.europa.eu/foi http://ec.europa.eu/foi ITEA2 ITEA2 http://www.itea2.org/project_calls http://www.itea2.org/project_calls Artemis Joint Undertaking Artemis Joint Undertaking https://www.artemis-ju.eu/ https://www.artemis-ju.eu/ This presentation This presentation http://www.slideshare.net/azwegers http://www.slideshare.net/azwegers E-mail E-mail Arian.Zwegers@ec.europa.eu Arian.Zwegers@ec.europa.eu CSMR 2009, Kaiserslautern ••• 26

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