Staying Ahead –
Get SET for Innovation!

           Juha Saarnio
 Head of Public Research Programs
      Nokia Research Ce...
Innovation networks and ecosystems
           Enable new ways of knowledge-creation and
           utilisation
           ...
Users’ needs and wants are solved in a new way in the
    ubiquitous world
    Source: EU FP6 Mobilife



People shift bet...
Fast Increase of Users and Devices
                                      Year 2001              Year 2006

Internet Host C...
Get SET for Innovation
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ICT Innovation

                               User experience




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  1. 1. Staying Ahead – Get SET for Innovation! Juha Saarnio Head of Public Research Programs Nokia Research Center Nokia Corporation
  2. 2. Innovation networks and ecosystems Enable new ways of knowledge-creation and utilisation with orchestration capability to extended enterprise Demand orchestration Demand orchestration From traditional large Architecture orchestration Architecture orchestration Innovation Supply Innovation Supply enterprise orchestration orchestration orchestration orchestration Demand Partners Demand orchestration orchestration Architecture orchestration Innovation Supply orchestration orchestration Core Architecture Core orchestration Innovation Supply orchestration orchestration Demand Demand Demand orchestration orchestration orchestration Architecture Architecture Architecture orchestration orchestration orchestration Demand Demand Innovation Supply Innovation Supply Innovation Supply orchestration orchestration orchestration orchestration orchestration orchestration orchestration orchestration Architecture Architecture orchestration orchestration Innovation Supply Innovation Supply orchestration orchestration orchestration orchestration 15.3.2007 |Saarnio, Hämmäinen, et al.| 2 Confidentiality: Dimes confidential Copyright Dimes 2007 - 2008
  3. 3. Users’ needs and wants are solved in a new way in the ubiquitous world Source: EU FP6 Mobilife People shift between different “Self-awareness” roles in participating different • Local (proximity) environment groups, using multiple devices with different modalities over • Automatic configuration different networks arrangement of devices, services, and local connectivity • Automatic and multimodal BAN – Body Area Network interfaces • Bluetooth, RFID, sensors, … “Group-awareness” • Context and presence support PAN – Personal Area Network • Bluetooth, WLAN, … • Novel privacy and trust models “World-awareness” WAN – Wide Area Network • Automatic support for seamless access to and delivery of services • 3G, B3G, WLAN, *DSL, … Communication Spheres across different domains 15.3.2007 |Saarnio, Hämmäinen, et al.| 3 Confidentiality: Dimes confidential Copyright Dimes 2007 - 2008
  4. 4. Fast Increase of Users and Devices Year 2001 Year 2006 Internet Host Computers 93 450 Million Million Internet Users 407 Million 1050 Million Automobiles 850 Million 663 Million Mobile telephones 2500 Million 1.5 Billion WWRF predicts: WWRF predicts: Electronic Chips 77trillion wireless devices trillion wireless devices 30 Billion serving 77billion people serving billion people by 2017 (c. 1000 devices by 2017 (c. 1000 devices per person) per person) Can Internet technology stretch to the need of • larger address space? higher transport capacity? lower costs? 15.3.2007 |Saarnio, Hämmäinen, et al.| Source: Internet World Stats, 2006 4 Confidentiality: Dimes confidential Copyright Dimes 2007 - 2008
  5. 5. Get SET for Innovation t t t en t en re io n en llig por rg y y m Ca at ing n m te s e lo lt h uc in ro In r a n En p ea Ed Tra vi T Em H & En •Simplicity, efficiency End-to-End and trust as the Integrated Solutions Individuals generic elements for WL Corporate AN AN Innovation WM Ubiquitous •Bridging the gap Connectivity User Experience B r o a dc N Efficiency Simplicity W PA between user Ubiquitous Families Seamless SMEs Services requirements and as t system requirements W lar Groups SN •Activities and projects llu Dependability Ce Operators define how they Fixed develop S, E and T •All layers consider the Trust Communities advance of S, E and T t t B2B t re n en t en io en ll ig por g y m Ca at ing m er oy lth uc in n te s In ran En pl ea E d T ra iro T Em H & E nv 15.3.2007 |Saarnio, Hämmäinen, et al.| 5 Confidentiality: Dimes confidential Copyright Dimes 2007 - 2008
  6. 6. ICT Innovation User experience Sim plic alth Testbeds and Living Labs ity, eHe Ubiquitous access Effi , e.g. cien Modularisation, user empowerment l: cy a tica Embedded systems nd T Ver New convergence protocol rus New Internet t Ubiquitous, multiradio and embedded ICT innovations Ubiquitous, multiradio and embedded ICT innovations 15.3.2007 |Saarnio, Hämmäinen, et al.| 6 Confidentiality: Dimes confidential Copyright Dimes 2007 - 2008
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