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This presentation compares the activities of Future Internet Socio Economics and Future Internet Enterprise Systems. Although there are similarities in terms of discussions about neutrality, regulation and rights the drivers are significantly different between consumers (largely focus of FISE) and industry (largely focus on FInES)

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  • The purpose of this slide is to show how WP2 addressed these issues through the identification of Economic Tussles. WP2 address this issue through the identification of a set of economic tussles that were identified through engagement of a set of FP7 projects. Example, tussles include interconnection agreements and controlling access to sensitive data. WP2 will discuss these in more detail during their presentation
  • The purpose of this slide is to show how WP3 addressed these issues through the identification of Cross-Thematic Societal ThemesWP3 addressed this issue through the identification of societal themes that were identified through engagement of a set of FP7 projects and an outcome of the SESERV workshop. Example, tussles increased transparency and global regulatory frameworks. WP3 will discuss these in more detail during their presentation
  • 4 November 2010
  • Oil pipe fractures, oil spilt into engine, caught fire, turbine broke away, ripped through cowling and into plane wing – affected hydraulics, other engines, landing systems.
  • EASA: European Aviation Safety AgencyATSB: Australian Transport Safety Bureauhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/problems-in-manufacturing-process-led-to-trent-900-failure-350485/http://blogs.crikey.com.au/planetalking/2010/12/02/new-safety-defect-found-in-qantas-a380-engines/
  • Future Internet Enterprise Systems

    1. 1. Socio-Economic Services for European Research Projects (SESERV) European Seventh Framework CSA FP7-2010-ICT-258138 Future Internet Socio-Economics Future Internet Enterprise Systems Cluster Meeting Michael Boniface mjb@it-innovation.soton.ac.uk IT Innovation Centre Monday 19th December 2011© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 1
    2. 2. those who study and SESERV Project those who build need to talk some people study the Internet Converged mobile, wired and wireless broadband networks stakeholder conflicts, digital economy shifting context, digital Internet-connected participation sensors, actuators, devices governance and and objects regulation Immersive and interactive Do social networks drive media technologies democracy? Clean-slate vs evolutionary Should governments censor architecture and filter digital content? future networks, internet of some people Where’s the value in the services and clouds build the Internet digital economy? internet of things, networked and social media How do we decide in a world ICT for security, trust and dependability where everything is tracked?© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 2
    3. 3. What’s the Economic Tussles likelihood of my technology being a success, even in the long-term? How economics can help design a better Internet Microeconomic Principles Future Internet System Architecture and Theories Ecosystem Principles and Theories How individuals How Future Internet and businesses behave systems behave Network Security Design for New Supply & Demand Tussle Technology Interconnection Agreements Principles Conformance to tussle Maximising Net Benefit design metrics Responsibility for Agreement (FP7 (isolation, c Violation Project Externalities hoice, open Routing (selecting a provider to ness, inform Results) Asymmetric Information fulfil a customer request) ation Controlling content/service exposure, p Public Goods delivery olicy separation) Controlling access to sensitive data deeper meaning to deeper meaning to Economic Tussles economists technologists© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 3
    4. 4. How can my Societal Themes technology transform the world? How social science can help transform the potential of the Future Internet Social Science Future Internet System Architecture Principles and Theories Ecosystem Principles and Theories multi-disciplinary and cross-sector bridging How individuals and How Future Internet balances between outer-poles society behave more user-centricity and control systems behave Rationalization Real-time interactive socially driven apps Networking and Social digital literacy Capital digital rights Combined real-world and digital processes Empowerment and common participation vocabularies Socially distributed, fixed and and mobile content Information and Lifelong definitions learning global regulatory Personalised, localised, & frameworks adaptive, QoE and QoS increased transparency deeper meaning to deeper meaning to social scientists Cross-Thematic technologists© 2011 The SESERV Consortium Societal Themes 4
    5. 5. The Future Internet Ecosystem© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 5
    6. 6. Consumers & Networks© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 6
    7. 7. Value Facebooks total advertising revenues USD$2 billion in 2010Googles total advertising revenues USD$28 billion in 2010 $8.5bn for Skype Oct-11 Ten times Skypes revenues in 2010© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 7
    8. 8. Low-end Disruption • New market disruption • does it engage a new large Established New population? Market Business • is it easily accessible? • e.g Ebay, Playfish • Low-end disruption • does it address low end users more cheaply? • is there a business model to address the overserved customers? • e.g. Amazon, Skype, iTunes • Reachability of the Internet key factor in supporting disruption© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 8
    9. 9. Liability Freedom of Connection Freedom of Expression publisher vs distributor© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 9
    10. 10. FInES Research Agenda ‘Freedom is the source of innovation, invention, trying new things, and bringing about change and new projects. It is crucial to the long-term success of an enterprise’ (Bill Gore. Gore-Tex inventor) ‘Freedom of expression and freedom of connection are linked. Freedom of expression is not an inevitable outcome of technological innovation. It can be diminished or reinforced by the design of technologies, policies and practices – sometimes far removed from freedom of expression.’ (Bill Dutton. Oxford Internet Institute)© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 10
    11. 11. Common Concerns in Business Ecosystems Enterprise & Services Future Internet Industry business Business Enterprise Enterprise Systems metamodels Perspective Networks (FInES network/service www.ensemble.eu co-management virtual trading, transparency of virtual knowledge business Common models Concerns virtual resource based communities level of neutrality accountability and Internet liability Future Internet Industry Infrastructure Internet Socio-Economics role of Perspective Networks (FISE) intermediaries www.seserv.org Sensor Networks Fixed Networks Clouds Wireless Networks© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 11
    12. 12. So is there a difference with the Enterprise?© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 12
    13. 13. © 2011 The SESERV Consortium 13
    14. 14. Cause: manufacturing defect© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 14
    15. 15. Consequences • ATSB: Qantas A380 fleet grounded • EASA: Mandatory inspections on Trent 900s • 10% off Rolls Royce share price • $93M compensation by Rolls-Royce • $135M insurance bill for repairs to the plane • Original aircraft not back in service until Feb 2012http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qantas_Flight_32© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 15
    16. 16. It could have been a whole lot worse© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 16
    17. 17. The Challenge of Liability and Utility Keep the design, manufacturing and in-service data for a fleet of aircraft usable for 50 years Integrity, Authenticity, Confidentiality, Utility, Availability, Possessi on, Provenance Airbus: 52,000 staff across 16 sites Supply chain: 18,000 suppliers in 30 countries© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 17
    18. 18. © 2011 The SESERV Consortium 18
    19. 19. Life of Operating System: 18 months Life of Computer: 3 years Time between CAD Versions: 6 months Life of CAD System: 10 years Life of Product: 70 years + © BAE SYSTEMS Aug 2006 time Do you know the lifetime of a Future Internet service , how it was configured and used to generate data?© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 19
    20. 20. Retaining Usable Knowledge Designer Qualifications Approvers List ASCI Company Personnel TEXT Process Proof of good practice Records CAD File Validation Properties GD&T AP203 Standards 10303-203 Recommended STEPMod PDF Practices AP 203 Ed 2 Materials STEP Handbook 10303-28 10303-11 10303-21 Design Office XML Binding Express file SGML Practices XML Binding Project Configuration File Format Basic File Formats Standards XML XSD XML Tag Supporting HTML Definitions Documentation © BAE SYSTEMS Aug 2006© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 20
    21. 21. Conclusions • FISE can provide context for FInES research and development • common cross cutting themes and concerns • new forms of organisation emphasise individuals and communities structures • intangibles are of increasing interest • FISE tends to focus on issues of consumers and networks • drivers often touch of ideology, morality and of course human rights • enterprise drivers (confidentiality, compliance, liability, etc) tend to be more clear cut • No universal prescriptions due to the complexity of individuals, society and the economy • socio-economics has been studied for centuries • issues won’t be “solved” by a simple set of rules • it depends on what you trying to do • Developing a richer awareness of the problems is the first step towards finding solutions© 2011 The SESERV Consortium 21