Apollon - 22/5/12 - 11:30 - Local SME's - Innovating Across borders

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  • I will put it in a mode where it builds up!! Local global
  • I will put it in a mode where it builds up!! Local global
  • I will put it in a mode where it builds up!! Local global
  • In the traditional model, large players in the Internet today are keeping their own ecosystem around their core businesses. We call it the “internet of giants” where large islands of separated ecosystems around these global players are using the Internet, but act only loosely coupled.TEXO elaborated on how to break up these inflexible structures, allowing interchange of services across industry and business domains.The research conducted within the TEXO use case depicts an “Internet of Services” where service providers offer services on the Internet, collaborate, bundle and combine services and finally bring specialized and personalized services to the end-users and consuming parties in order to fulfill their business needs.TEXO additionally researched how to provide the core platform enabling this ecosystem to deliver and execute services automatically and support them via IT infrastructures.TEXO discovered the need of a unified description of services where technical, operational and business aspects of services are captured to support all involved roles in these new value-chains. The Language is called USDL – unified sevice description language.[click]The service ecosystem can broaden its scope and provide reuse of manual and IT-based services across industry boundaries.[click]This will drive the industrialization of complete service domains. The service providers are empowered to redistribute their services within this open ecosystem for a plural development of the complete industry sector in the Internet. This has benefits for all involved parties. The needs of end-users are addressed efficiently and in an agile way. The market in general is more productive and the processes spanning across businesses are enabled and supported.USDL as central description language for services within the Internet is currently been driven to standardization by a large community of companies coming out of TEXO and the ecosystem around the “Internet of Services”. This lingua franca will enable the paradigm: Describe once, deploy everywhere and enable the new value chains within the service ecosystem.
  • Imeguisa kämpft mit hohen Stromkosten und möchte daher den Stromverbrauch seiner Maschinen besser kontrollieren => Wendet sich daher an das Living Lab von FIAPAL, welches das lokale Eco-System betreut, mit regelmäßigen Netzwerk-Veranstaltungen; FIAPAL betreibt auch die Apollon PlattformImeguisa bekommt nach ersten Gesprächen mit FIAPAL Zugang zur Plattform
  • Imeguisa kämpft mit hohen Stromkosten und möchte daher den Stromverbrauch seiner Maschinen besser kontrollieren => Wendet sich daher an das Living Lab von FIAPAL, welches das lokale Eco-System betreut, mit regelmäßigen Netzwerk-Veranstaltungen; FIAPAL betreibt auch die Apollon PlattformImeguisa bekommt nach ersten Gesprächen mit FIAPAL Zugang zur Plattform

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  • 1. APOLLON Work Package 4 eManufacturing Final Review StageVersion
  • 2. Players & Services in WP4 Energy Monitoring Use Case As-is: physical; local UID-P SM-P EM-P SM-P Ydreams ISA Imeguisa RTP - P SM - P EC UI Design - P EM - P -S = search -P = provide;EM = Energy Monitoring;EC = Energy Consumer;SM = Smart Meter;MP = Market Place;RTP = realt-time Platform
  • 3. … how to enable this service to become a global offer? As-is: physical; local UID-P SM-P EM-P SM-P Ydreams ISA Imeguisa RTP - P SM - P EC UI Design - P EM - P -S = search -P = provide;EM = Energy Monitoring;EC = Energy Consumer;SM = Smart Meter;MP = Market Place;RTP = realt-time Platform
  • 4. … using Apollon Marketplace for cross-border collaboration As-is: physical; local UID-P SM-P EM-P SM-P Ydreams ISA Imeguisa RTP - P SM - P EC UI Design - P EM - P To-be: virtual; global EM-P -S = search SAP -P = provide; MP - PEM = Energy Monitoring; UID-PEC = Energy Consumer; CompanySM = Smart Meter; Company CompanyMP = Market Place; EC UID - P SM - PRTP = realt-time Platform
  • 5. CIP: stimulating the wider uptake of ICT Ydreams ImeguisaTSP enables APOLLONeManufacturing Services to be• tradable Customer Provider• composed from services of Market- different providers place• offered, delivered & Customer Market- executed automatically place& supported by IT Market- Provider placeThus with TSP the “connect”and the initial part of the “plan & Customer Customerengage” phase for cross-borderproject in networks of Living ProviderLabs can be facilitated ISA Fiapal
  • 6. DEMO
  • 7. Marketplace OS now available for download http://sourceforge.net/projects/usdlmarketplace
  • 8. Hand-over to ENoLL Customer Provider/Customer Provider 1 Requests Service 2 Makes offer, Living Lab FIAPAL promotes Add-On Role: Platform Provider 3 Service Accepts RFQ and orders Add-On 4 Service Accepts RFQ, orders from catalog, implementseManufacturing Backend functionality 5eHealth Delivers producteParticipation 6 Implements ServiceEnergy Efficiency 7 and delivers Add-on Service Feedback and Rating 8 Success Story in Living Lab Living Lab
  • 9. Thank you!Carsten Puschke (WP Lead) Monica PedroSAP Research (SAP AG) YDreamsBusiness Development Senior Mgr. Financial and Legal Managercarsten.puschke@sap.com monica.pedro@ydreams.comPetra Hochstein Joao Robalo LopesSAP Research (SAP AG) FIAPALCustomer Engagement Mgr. Director Business Developmentpetra.hochstein@sap.com joao.rlopes@fiapal.comAndreas Klein Manuel NinaSAP Research (SAP AG) AlfamicroResearcher Business Development Mgr.andreas.klein@sap.com andreas.klein@sap.com