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  • Mobile handsets – roaming, vulnerable links, small screen, immediacy, temporary contexts Adapt to current technology trends - GPS modules, PDAs and hand-held organizers Wearable computing; smart clothing; body area networks The Internet of Things – consumer durables, cars, machine tools, logistics equipment including RFID-type tracking, Industrial, utility, health and security networks with multiple radio protocols (WiMax, WiFi, LTE, BANs, Bluetooth, etc) Packet switching : IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6) Higher data rates and overall throughput, via better packet and packet handling protocols Media handling protocols including isochronous and priority protocol structures and streaming Revised routing, gateway and transmission architectures Revised naming, addressing and identity architecture - eg traceable addressing; or guaranteed delivery, not best-effort Semantic impacts on structure and addressing Support for Advanced human interfaces to reassure and give confidence – needed to prevent exclusion of the naïve user and also those with disabilities, and to protect users. Complete advanced trust architecture with a responsibility framework; authentication, authorisation and audit layers with multiple proofs; real time precision tracking/audit of source addresses for all Internet transactions and communications; spoofing, proxies and alias counter measures; malware prevention Privacy architecture(s) Rethinking resilience – fault tolerance, including self–reconfiguration, disaster recovery, spanning and caching Rethinking architectures for energy conservation Stronger information typing with ontologies and meta-information frameworks for use in formats and protocols Media formats for performance – efficiency and latency, heterogeneity and minimal energy consumption Information structures for the naïve user to interface easily, to search, publish and navigate intuitively Network management architecture upgrade (telco levels) Traffic management for QoS, resilience, energy economy and security
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    • 1. Towards a Future Internet Interrelation between Technological, Social and Economic Trends A study for DG Information Society and Media Oxford Internet Institute : Dr Ian Brown, Malte Ziewitz SCF Associates: Simon Forge Individual Experts: Dr Lara Srivastava, Dr Colin Blackman, Dr Karmen Guevara, Dr Motohiro Tsuchiya, Dr Jonathan Cave
    • 2. Where are we going? Key areas for development for Internet progress as a foundation of a global society:
      • Non-traditional computers’ demands (especially mobile)
      • Linking sensor networks and device- to-device interchanges
      • Architectural advances from new principles
      • Information and knowledge structures
      • Operations and management
      • Functions, features and their protocol stacks
    • 3. The form of a future Internet is governed by four key forces Regulation Economic Policy Operations & Management Governance Social Psychological & human interaction Technical
    • 4. Goals of the study
      • Major objective: to explore what a future Internet should be - by researching the possible social, psychological, technological and economic options for its development and their likely socio- economic impacts:
        • Explore the past - examine prior studies - analyse how the current Internet evolved to date, its main drivers and effects
        • Define possible future scenarios and assess likely socio-economic impacts - investigate the interrelations between technological, social, psychological and economic trends and developments related to a future Internet, verified using Delphi surveys
        • Produce visions for Europe of a Future Internet, in terms of each of the 4 forces
    • 5. The key work actions and packages
      • WP1 Internet History and Evolution
        • Original architecture & design criteria
        • Socio-economic trends
        • Main historical drivers
        • Regulation
        • Causal links etc
      • WP2 Building Future Internet Scenarios
      • Scenarios built with Delphi survey to explore:-
        • Needs analysis for a future Internet – the Main Drivers
          • Future Social and Economic trends
          • Future psychological and interface needs
          • Future Internet development directions
            • Architectural and technical evolution
            • Services evolution
            • Disruptive developments
        • Economic impacts
        • Regulation needs and their impacts
      • WP3 Towards an EC Internet Policy
        • Risks and rewards
        • Design for living - the socio-economic
        • dimensions
        • Regulation and governance
        • Management and operations
    • 6. Using a Delphi survey and scenario building workshops to build consensus for preferred visions for Europe
      • Delphi round 1
      • using
      • Web platform
      • Social networking
      Build initial Scenarios using SCF methodology Test and improve scenarios in Brussels workshop Final Scenarios Test & validate in USA and Japan, with workshops Environmental scanning
      • Initial conditions
      • Trends
      • Drivers
      • Assumptions
      • Assertions
      • Hypotheses
      3 or 4 visions for Europe
      • Delphi round 2
      • using
      • Web platform
      • Social networking