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Colin Blackman TAFI workshop
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Colin Blackman TAFI workshop

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Presentation at final workshop for EC project Towards a Future Internet, held in Brussels 22 Nov 2010

Presentation at final workshop for EC project Towards a Future Internet, held in Brussels 22 Nov 2010

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  • 1. Study methodology TOWARDS ATOWARDS A Colin Blackman Camford Associates www.camfordassociates.com Final Public Workshop, Brussels, 22 November 2010
  • 2. Study objectives 1. To investigate the deep interrelations existing between technological, social and economic trends related to the future internet 2. Explore the future needs of internet users 3. Outline the principles that should guide its development
  • 3. Study team Led by Oxford Internet Institute with SCF Associates and individual experts Panel of experts: Rudolf van der Berg (Logica), Erik Bohlin (Chalmers University of Technology), Jon Crowcroft (University of Cambridge), William Drake (Graduate Institute), Ian Miles (University of Manchester), Christopher Marsden (University of Essex), Jun Murai (Keio University), and Xavier Dalloz (XDC). Core team: Ian Brown, Project Manager - OII Colin Blackman – Camford Associates Jonathan Cave – Warwick Univ/RAND Europe Simon Forge – SCF Associates Karmen Guevara – SCF Associates Lara Srivastava – Webster Univ/infoDev Motohiro Tsuchiya – Keio Univ Malte Ziewitz – OII with Rafael Popper – Univ of Manchester
  • 4. Project work packages and actions WP1WP1 Internet History and EvolutionInternet History and Evolution WP1WP1 Internet History and EvolutionInternet History and Evolution WP2WP2 Building Future Internet ScenariosBuilding Future Internet Scenarios Foresight techniques, Scenarios analysis,Foresight techniques, Scenarios analysis, Delphi surveyDelphi survey WP2WP2 Building Future Internet ScenariosBuilding Future Internet Scenarios Foresight techniques, Scenarios analysis,Foresight techniques, Scenarios analysis, Delphi surveyDelphi survey WP3WP3 Analysis and recommendationsAnalysis and recommendations WP3WP3 Analysis and recommendationsAnalysis and recommendations 20% of effort Desk research, literature survey etc 60% Scenario generation, Delphi, workshops etc 20% Analysis, findings and conclusions for policy
  • 5. Using a Delphi survey and scenario building workshops to establish guiding principles for the future internet Delphi round 1 Build initial scenarios Test and improve scenarios in 1st Brussels workshop Evolved scenarios Guiding principles & tech requirements Environmental scanning •Initial conditions •Trends •Drivers •Assumptions •Assertions •Hypotheses Test & validate in MIT and Tokyo workshops Delphi round 2
  • 6. The Final Report is available on the study website Comments are most welcome www.internetfutures.eu
  • 7. Please visit the study website: www.internetfutures.eu

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