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Arian ZwegersEuropean CommissionInformation Society and Media Directorate General
Agenda• Why European research?• ICT Work Programme 2011-12• FI-PPP: Future Internet Public- Private Partnership• (FI-WARE open calls)• Call 2• Call 3
Why European research? Where is Europe? Instant Apps messaging IaaS Webmail PaaS SaaSSearch enginesSocial & Professional networks Virtual Worlds Sharing Other content- files related services
Why European Research? R&D Expenditure as % of GDP (1999, 2009)• Other regions spend more on R&D than Europe• Large differences within Europe 5 % 4 3 2 1999 1 0 Germany Italy Hungary Slovak Republic Greece Japan EU27 Slovenia Israel United States United Kingdom Netherlands Finland France Spain Poland Sweden Korea China Source: OECD Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard 2011http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/science-and-technology/oecd-science-technology-and-industry-scoreboard-2011_sti_scoreboard-2011-en
Why European research? Are we going to act?• Web 3.0 = Google Inc?• What can Europe do? Framework Programmes Future Internet PPP Policy, regulation, etc.• Are we going to act (or not)?
ICT Work Programme 2011-12 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 http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/
ICT Work Programme 2011-12 ~2.4 B€ total ICT for socio-economic challenges ~10% 260 M€ 280 M€ 140 M€ 100 M€ 5. ICT for 6. ICT for 7. ICT for 8. ICT for Health, Lower- Manufacturing Learning & Ageing, Incl. Carbon & Enterprise Cultural & Gov. Economy Resources 1. Network and En Gr Fa Service 625 M€ er ee cto 261 M€ gy n ry Infrastructures Ef Ca of rPBasic ICT technologies fi c th ien PP e Technologies (FET) Future & Emerging Fu tB Fu & infrastructures 2. Cognitive tu u il tu Systems and re di n re In gs PP 155 M€ te P Robotics rn PP et P PP 3. Component P and 402 M€ Systems 4. Digital 165 M€ Content and Languages International cooperation, Cooperation in an enlarged Europe, Pre-commercial Procurement
ICT Work Programme 2011-12 Challenge 1, except FI-PPP ObjectivesCall 7 Call 770 MEuro 30 MEuro The Future Internet 1.5 Networked Media 1.3 Internet- and Search Systems connected objects Call 8 1.4 Trustworthy ICTCall 8 70 MEuro80 MEuro 1.2 Cloud Computing, Internet of Services and Advanced Software Engineering Call 8 160 MEuro 1.1 Future Networks Call 8Call 7 1.6 Future Internet Research 25 MEuro20 MEuro and Experimentation (FIRE) Deadline Call 8: 17 January 2012 ftp://ftp.cordis.europa.eu/pub/fp7/docs/wp/cooperation/ict/c-wp-201201_en.pdf
FI-PPP Leadership beyond R&DMaking the world ‘smarter’ and accelerate sustainable innovation ICT applications research Application Pull FI-PPP Technology push ICT technology research Making Europe a world leader in Future Internet technologies
FI-PPP Programme Architecture (original) Call 1 Call 2 Call 3 Obj 1.10 Programme Facilitation & Support (CSA) Obj 1.9 Capacity Building & Infrastructure (CSA) SME Innovation Obj 1.9 Capacity Building (IP) Obj 1.8 Use Case Scenarios (IP) Obj 1.8 Use Case Trials (IP) Up to 8 Use Case Scenarios 3rd Call Up to 5 Trials Use Case Obj 1.8 Use Case Scenarios (IP) Expansion Phase Obj 1.8 Use Case Trials (IP) Obj 1.8 Use Case Scenarios (IP) Obj 1.7 Technology Foundation (IP) TF Continuation (IP)2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3
FI-PPP Programme Architecture (in place) Call 1 Call 2 Call 3 CONCORD: Programme Facilitation & Support INFINITY: Capacity Building & Infrastructure SME Innovation FINEST Obj 1.9 Capacity Building INSTANT MOBILITY USE CASES SMARTAGRIFOOD Obj 1.8 Use Case Trials FINSENY 3rd Call Up to 5 Trials Use Case SAFECITY Expansion OUTSMART Phase Obj 1.8 Use Case Trials FICONTENT ENVIROFI FI-WARE Technology Foundation TF Continuation2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3
FI-PPP Organisations statistics Phase 1• 68 % Industry and SME• 28 % research and university actors• 3% public users • Nice, • Santander, • Berlin • Madrid • Ålesund Port Authority • Norwegian Public Roads Admin. • ...Participant Type (by EC funding) 7% 2% 20% Research organisations 3% Public body SME Private commercial 8% HES 60% Other
FI-PPP Implementation RoadmapCall 1 (20 July - 2 Dec 2010) - budget € 90 M Technology Foundation (one IP, € 41 M, 3 years, 30% flexible) Use Case Scenarios – Phase 1 (7-8 areas, IP, € 5 M, 2 years) Capacity Building (one CSA, € 3 M, 3 years) Programme support (one CSA, € 6 M, 5 years)Call 2 (18 May - 24 Oct 2012) - budget € 80 M Use Case Scenarios Pilots – Phase 2 (5 areas, IP, € 13.5 M, 2 years, 10% flexible) Capacity Building (one IP, € 12.5 M, 2 years)Call 3 (2013) - budget 130 MEuro Devoted to the expansion and enlargement of many testbeds and pilots (several areas, ~100 MEuro, 2 years)
FI-WARE Open Calls • Two open calls of € 8.0M and € 4.3M each • Deadlines (expected): Feb/March 2012, 2013 • To allow for responding to emerging user needs – to fulfil requirements from many usage areas, – new technologies, – new business models • New beneficiaries develop new Generic Enablers • Call follows standard procedures http://www.fi-ware.eu,http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/foi/lead/fippp/Guidance_note_for_project_coordinators_planning_a_competitive_call.doc
Phase 2 Use Case Scenarios and Early Trials• Use cases with high social and economic impact• Vertical application scenarios: – with enhanced efficiency, sustainability, performance by tighter integration with advanced Internet capabilities – leapfrogging advanced internet technologies• Identification of generic versus specific enablers (collaboration with TF) Phase 1 (competitive) Phase 2 (competitive) • Up to 8 IPs (5 MEuro, 2 years) with • Up to 5 IPs (13.5 MEuro, 2 years) with broad coverage 10% flexible budget • specification of use cases & scenarios • working experimentation sites with • identification of generic and specific generic and specific enablers available enablers • selected test applications implemented • conceptual prototypes • validation of openness and versatility • Phase 2 implementation plan of the core platform • planning phase 3
Phase 2 Capacity Building & Infrastructure Support• Leverage existing public investments in advanced infrastructures – to support large scale and diverse experiments – to demonstrate versatility of the core platform – to support testing across a multiplicity of heterogeneous trials and use cases• Establish partnership agreements• Complementary to Use Case infrastructures Phase 1 Phase 2 • one CSA (3 MEuro, 3 years) overlapping • one IP (12.5 MEuro, 2 years) with phase 2 • integration of infrastructures for cross- • identify candidates for experimental cutting phase 2 and 3 trials as needed infrastructures for large scale • adaptation, upgrade, validation of experimentation infrastructures for phase 3 • repository of infrastructures • assembly of a pan-European federation • identify operational constraints and draft to support application mash-up partnership agreement across programme
Phase 2 Phase 3Outcomes• Ensure availability of • Provide infrastructure for necessary test infra- large-scale trials structures for early trials • Expand Core Platform• Develop the core platform instantiations and use and use case specific case specific functionalities and functionalities instantiate them on the test infrastructure • Run large-scale trials populated with variety of• Finalise selection, prepare applications challenging and run early trials for all overall platform use cases • Prove value of services• Prepare large scale trials mash-ups in terms of SME participation as application and service • Involve SMEs as developers developers and infrastructure and providers of services and integration across Europe applications
Phase 3 First ideas1. Use Case Expansion (€ 110 M, 24 months) – Building on phase 2 use case trials – Going towards local and regional ecosystems – Core Platform in different regional contexts – Leverage regional or national funding – Continue collaboration with EIT ICT Labs2. SME Innovation (€ 5 M, 24 months) – Support small actors in developing and sharing best practices, fostering entrepreneurship, access to finance, etc.3. Technology Foundation Continuation (€ 15 M, 18 months) – Extend Core Platform functionality
Phase 3 Questions 1/2• Should the Use Case expansion be limited to (or promote the participation of) certain stakeholders? If so, which ones and how? Who should be the main stakeholders?• How should the large-scale trials be organized (e.g. by region, domain, ...)? How exactly to involve the appropriate stakeholders (e.g. by region domain, …)? How to appropriately fund them (amount, …)?• What should be the appropriate size of a Use Case expansion project? How many small actors (SMEs, …) can realistically be involved per project, region, domain, …?• How to best involve SMEs at large?
Phase 3 Questions 2/2• What should be the focus of the SME Innovation objective? Survey and evaluation of SME participation? Best business practices? Venture capital and entrepreneurship best practices? Matchmaking between local and regional ecosystems and financial community? …?• What should be the (research) focus of the Technology Foundation Continuation? “Update” of developed functionalities? Incorporation of new technologies? More functionalities? In-sourcing of selected specific enablers? More functionalities? Wider applicability? … ? Re-start from scratch?• How to best ensure uptake and continuation after the end of phase 3, i.e. after the end of the PPP?• LET US KNOW!
For more informationFuture Internet Future Internethttp://www.fi-ppp.eu http://www.fi-ppp.euhttp://ec.europa.eu/foi http://ec.europa.eu/foihttp://www.future-internet.eu/ http://www.future-internet.eu/FP7 FP7http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/ http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/This presentationThis presentationhttp://www.slideshare.net/azwegershttp://www.slideshare.net/azwegersE-mailE-mailArian.Zwegers@ec.europa.euArian.Zwegers@ec.europa.eu