Strategic Relevance of the Internet Science Network of Excellence to Future Internet research, DAE and Horizon 2020 perspectives (L. Rodriguez-Rosello, EC)
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Strategic Relevance of the Internet Science Network of Excellence to Future Internet research, DAE and Horizon 2020 perspectives (L. Rodriguez-Rosello, EC)

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The Network of Excellence in Internet Science aims to achieve a deeper multidisciplinary understanding of the Internet as a societal and technological artefact....

The Network of Excellence in Internet Science aims to achieve a deeper multidisciplinary understanding of the Internet as a societal and technological artefact.
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  • Growing importance of context‐awareness as an enabler for more intelligent, invisible and autonomous applications and services need for a greater integration of the physical with the digital world. Embedded sensors and actuators will make up the majority of connected devices in the Future Internet specific requirements and strong impact on the design of the Future Internet.

Strategic Relevance of the Internet Science Network of Excellence to Future Internet research, DAE and Horizon 2020 perspectives (L. Rodriguez-Rosello, EC) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Luis Rodr í guez-Rosell ó Head of Unit “Future Networks” Information Society and Media DG European Commission Strategic Relevance of the Internet Science NoE to future Research, DAE and Horizon 2020: the Future Networks perspective Network of Excellence on Internet Science 21/12/2011
  • 2. Converged and Optical Networks  Cellular and beyond Ad-Hoc Mesh Relay Broadcast Application Server Operator A Gateway Operator B Public Internet Object and Sensor Networks Optical Switching Optical Transmission Personal Space Application Server High Speed Broadband Access 
      • The Network of the Future Internet architecture designed for broadband fixed and mobile access
    Future Internet Technologies Radio Access and Spectrum Use
  • 3. Main trends affecting research and innovation in the communications networks area Societal drivers: Urbanisation Smart cities Mobility Information availability Social networks Privacy Security Energy efficiency Demographic trends Healthcare Education … Research & Technology drivers: Capacity/Efficiency Service/Content centricity Virtualisation & “Cloudification” Cognition Context awareness Manageability Self-organisation Self-optimisation Cross-layer optimisation Flexibility Smart environments, Sensors M2M … Democratisation of the Network Towards a Seamless Information Space
  • 4.
    • Common sensor and actuator information infrastructure across cities
      • provides secure and reliable access to sensor and actuator information services for multiple players, and so that information can be efficiently shared across ”verticals”, this provides application enablement
    • Sensor information enablement
      • aggregation and collection of data
      • directory services
      • data brokering and service composition
      • information federation
      • privacy and integrity protection
      • access policy enforcement
      • accounting and revenue,....
    Image: SENSEI project, FP7 215923 Trend: Smart environments enabled by networked sensors (“real world” Internet, context awareness…)
  • 5. Trend: Green ICT/Low energy Networks Ultrafast, highest performance
    • Wireless and Radio Networks
    • Strong incentive for Energy efficient radio, as radio network represents about 90% of operators OPEX
    • Energy consumption of Mobile Networks is growing fast
    • Uneven load: 10% sites carry 50% traffic, room for optimisation;
    • Requires holistic approach: components, traffic optimization, protocols…Multi layer issue
    • ICT research: EARTH, target to decrease energy consumption in radio access by 50%
    • Optical networks
      • Strong potential for energy efficiency;
      • Despite all technology improvements, router energy will become unsustainable beyond 2020 because of traffic increase
      • FTTH could lead to a bottleneck at the core network
      • Calls for optical architecture with lowest possible switching layer, traffic aggregation, all optical end-to-end architecture (requires radio over fiber interfaces)
    Towards multiple, cognitive, elastic, adaptive, seamless, E2E Wireless and Optical Networks
  • 6. The interplay with the NoE Internet Science towards smart innovation
    • Interoperability/open standards as important as ever so as to avoid silos/ fragmentation; M2M, IoT… which impact on society/economy/key services and infrastructures?
    • Research with strong innovation orientation: Future Internet architectures need to enable new usages, new business models, new governance and meet (new?) societal needs;
    • Europe can build on its telecommunications and “applications/services” strengths, but also on its researchers and social assets and take a leading role in ICT-enabled smart growth… linking via policies into social-economic goals
    • Need for critical mass; involvement of new players beyond ICT boundaries: networks’ theory; complexity theory, social construction of technology, games’ theory, social networks…;
    • User driven open innovation, large scale test-beds;
    • The NoE on Internet Science should help in putting the future networks research within the broader picture
  • 7. Thank you for your attention! Luis Rodr í guez-Rosell ó Head of Unit “Future Networks” European Commission, DG INFSO, Brussels http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/future-networks