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Research Showcase Presentation of March 24 at the UOW on the Digital Bus project

Research Showcase Presentation of March 24 at the UOW on the Digital Bus project

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  • 1. The Digital Bus Peter Eklund Ecosystem The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 2. Agenda Smart Infrastructure Digital Ecosystems Digital Bus Research Enabled by the Project The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 3. The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 4. Fundamental metaphors of the digital ecosystem • Drucker (1988) predicted an ICT-enabled technological transformation of business organization via an ecological self-organisation Wheatley (1992) • Meanwhile in popular culture, the idea has significant currency via Kevin Kelly (1999) and even very recently in the arts as well (Brian Eno, 2009). The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 5. “scenius is the intelligence of a whole… operation or group of people.. – let’s forget the idea of “genius” for a little while, let’s think about the whole ecology of ideas that give rise to new thoughts and good new work”. The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 6. Is it AI? “A DE is an evolving social media system where the objective function is determined by the interaction of humans with the system, behavior is convergent and it differs from social media in that it has a business purpose. It is more than just for fun” So it’s not Artificial, it’s human The University of Wollongong Centre for (Holland, 1962) (Rosenblatt, 1958) Digital Ecosystems
  • 7. Digital Ecosystems create value by making connections The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 8. The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 9. Security Safety Efficiency = Smart Infrastructure The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 10. The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 11. The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 12. The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 13. Watch The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 14. Service Oriented Architecture The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 15. Andrew The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 16. Smart Infrastructure: Engineering DSRC The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 17. Smart Infrastrcuture: Economic The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 18. Smart Infrastrcuture: Social The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 19. The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
  • 20. Thanks to .... Jeff Thom Tim Wray Louis Cremen Donata Palinka James Winterbottom Martin Dawson David Evans Martin Thomson Timothy Zelinsky The University of Wollongong Centre for Digital Ecosystems
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