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  • 1. Per Blixt16 May 2011
  • 2. A new chapter in EU history§  Lisbon Treaty and the new institutional setting §  Ambitions and priorities Barroso II ‘guidelines’, EU2020 §  Enhancing economic prosperity and social cohesion§  Digital Agenda is a major building block of the EU2020§  Future Internet at the core of the Digital Agenda
  • 3. Innovation Union Youth on the move Digital Agenda for Europe Resource efficient EuropeIndustrial policy forthe globalisation era Europe 2020Agenda for new skills and jobs smart, sustainable and inclusive growth European platform against poverty …vision of Europes social market economy for the 21st century.
  • 4. Why?from ICT as interesting to ICT as hugely important
  • 5. scale factor: how big is big? WEB sites: 30 new Million sites added in 2008 17% annual growth§  Google indexed 26 Million pages in 1998 – today it indexes 1 trillion pages§  There are currently 210 billion emails per day (73% spam)§  User generated content (e.g YouTube) produces 73+ billion streams in 2008§  Facebook and MySpace each have over 100 million users (3/4 teenagers)§  3.7 million pictures uploaded every day in Flickr§  1.3 trillion SMS messages in 2008
  • 6. mobile and things factor§  Internet goes mobile due to the widespread of smart terminals and of broadband mobile networks§  +50% in 2008; >1 Billion users expected to use their mobile as Internet gateway in 2012 2100 Broadband 1800 Subscription, 2/3 Smartphone Subscriptions (Millions) 1500 mobile in 2012 shipments x1000 1200 900 600 300 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Mobile FixedTowards trillions of connected devices, Internet of objects, novel applications driven by user needs:CONTEXT: e.g. Geo-location as embedded capabilityPARTICIPATION: e.g. Combine virtual with the physical world
  • 7. To whom? SMEs MusiciansWorkers Consumers DoctorsPatients Elderly EnvironmentResearchers Artists Authors Disabled
  • 8. How?
  • 9. Research and innovationFunds double investment to €11 bln light&fast measures to accessCoordination
  • 10. Innovation Union European Council, 4 Feb 2011 Innovation contributes to tackling the mostcritical societal challenges we are facing. …ensure that innovations with a societal benefitget to the market quicker…. pilot InnovationPartnership on active and healthy ageing is animportant step...
  • 11. Digital public services: 2015 50% EU citizens use eGovernment Member States have online 100% cross-border publicservices 100% EU citizens access eHealth
  • 12. Openness and interoperabilityImprove standard settingsCoordinate interoperabilityPromote common standards
  • 13. Online trust and securityidentity theft low trust = low usespamcybercrime cybercrime centre computer emergency response teams
  • 14. Digital Single Market: 2015legal online access to content50% shop online20% buy cross border
  • 15. Internet for all 2013 2020 2015internet ≥30Mbps ≥50Mbpsfor 100% for 100% for 50%
  • 16. Digital inclusion: 2015 get more people online 75% 60% 60% 41% 30% 15% now 2015 now 2015 now 2015regular use disadvantaged never used eSkills training
  • 17. ICT and Demographic AgeingSocial necessity•  80+ population doubles until 2050; 60+ from 20% (2000) to 29% (2025)•  21% of 50+ population has severe vision/hearing/dexterity problems•  Today 4 working for 1 retired, in 2050 only 2 working for 1 retired•  Shortfall of care staff, (estimated need for 20 million informal carers by 2025)Economic opportunity•  Empowering elderly persons to age actively•  85 million consumers in Europe over 65 today, 150 Million by 2050•  Telecare market >5 B€/year by 2015 in Europe ••• 18
  • 18. ICT in support of older people…•  At Work –  Staying active and productive for longer –  Better quality of work and work-life balance•  In the Community –  Overcoming isolation & loneliness –  Keeping up social networks –  Accessing public services•  At Home –  Better quality of life for longer –  Independence, autonomy and dignity ••• 19
  • 19. Governance Digital Agenda Scoreboard stakeholdersMember European States Digital Agenda Assembly Parliament Yearly DAE Communication European Council
  • 20. Future Internet: A Comprehensive EU ApproachTechnology Future Internet Risk FP7 FP7/PPP CIP/ICT PSP • market oriented R&D • longer-term R&D • integration of new • cost-efficiency • large scale trials • Common enablers ICT & new ideas (using existing • adaptation to specific • open platforms and technology) demands… interoperability • service innovation Time to Market Piloting 2-3 years 5-10 years deployment ••• 21
  • 21. Open Innovation for Future Internet-enabled Services in Smart Cities7 Pilots - Different Priorities•  SMARTiP, PEOPLE: empowering the citizen•  Peripheria, Life 2.0: social interaction•  Open Cities: public sector services 25 Smart Cities in 15 Member States•  EPIC: Business and commercial aspects•  Smart-islands: geographical synergies 2Common Objectives 1•  apply user-driven open innovation methodologies 1•  build on innovative but mature 1 1 3 Internet technologies 2•  boost deployment of 2 1 internet-services 3•  carry out actual piloting at 1 representative scale 3 3 1 1
  • 22. FIRE Future Internet Research & Experimentation•  Supporting research and innovation on new network and service architectures FIRE Research validation•  Through large scale experimentation, predict Research Large Scale behavior and assess non-technical impact Experiment.FIRE Experimental Facility requirementsUser Communities Test bed 1 Test bed 2 Test bed 3 Exp5 Exp2 Test bed 9 Test bed 1 Test bed 4 Test bed 2 Test bed 3 Test bed 5 Test bed 4 Exp Exp4 1 Exp3 bed 5 Test Test bed 6 Test bed 7 Test bed 8 Test bed 6 Test bed 7 Federated Service Testbeds bed 8 Test Federated Network Testbeds Onelab2, PII, and Wisebed are offering their prototype services
  • 23. FI PPP: programme architectureCall 1 300M€ planned in 2011-13 Call 2 Call 3 Up to 8 Use Case Scenarios Up to 5 Trials 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
  • 24. future internet: complementary vectors
  • 25. ConclusionsInternet, from typewriter to core infrastructureBig challenges and possibilities 101 actionsOpen innovation, Inclusion, Single market
  • 26. Thanks for your attention Digital Agenda for Europehttp://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda per.blixt@ec.europa.eu

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