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A Classification of Future Internet Enterprise Systems Projects

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In a world where the technological progress has surpassed even the most imaginary predictions and the financial crisis presents unprecedented challenges for enterprises, Future Internet Enterprise …

In a world where the technological progress has surpassed even the most imaginary predictions and the financial crisis presents unprecedented challenges for enterprises, Future Internet Enterprise Systems (FInES) can be an important enabler for boosting enterprise competitiveness, innovation and sustainability. This exercise aims at investigating the landscape of projects in the domain of FInES in order to gain insight in the commonalities of their research directions. By synthesizing a classification basis along the FInES and the EISB (Enterprise Interoperability Science Base) dimensions, all completed and running projects have found their positioning in the classification scheme that has been also visualized in an interactive map. The features of a typical FInES project have been highlighted, leading to conclusions that highlight the need for constantly updating the projects’ mapping to depict their advancements and for closer engagement and validation of results by the projects’ members.

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  • 1) in order to identify the ongoing and completed projects. 2) based on desk-research. During this step, the public results of each project are retrieved and studied in order to familiarize with their scope and main directions.5) in order to ensure common understanding of the key underlying terms.Such a glossary can be constantly updated as it is maintained in a wiki.
  • FINES: the relevant research categories and topics have been recognized on the basis of the European Commission documents (Work Programmes, corresponding Calls)EISB: the relevant scientific areas have been proposed by focusing on the real object of observation and by analyzing it in its core components to identify the interoperability needs within themGeneric criteria:Consortium Partners, Number of Countries represented, and Funding Scheme
  • As farasthe EISB dimensionisconcerned, thefollowingtableindicatesthatresearchtargeting on specificscientificareas, such as Data Interoperability, ProcessInteroperability, Software Systems Interoperabilityand Services Interoperability, was moreintense in thepast. Withcompletedprojectshavingdeliveredsignificantresults in such areas, otherscientificareas, such asKnowledgeInteroperability, Social Networks Interoperability, CloudInteroperabilityandEcosystemsInteroperability, arecurrentlybeinginvestigatedbyongoingprojects.
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    • 1. A CLASSIFICATION OF FUTURE INTERNETENTERPRISE SYSTEMS PROJECTSY. Charalabidis, C. AlexopoulosInformation Systems Laboratory, University of the AegeanF. Lampathaki, P. Kokkinakos, S. KoussourisGreek Interoperability Center (GIC), National Technical University of Athe Dr. Sotiris Koussouris, Greek Interoperability Center (GIC), DSSL-NTUA skous@epu.ntua.gr
    • 2. Introduction - Scope FInES is a domain of the overall FI research field  supporting enterprise competitiveness through FI tech  targets business value innovation in open paradigms, to be structurally embedded in future enterprise systems  scoping to a new and sustainable infrastructures for enterprises, including SMEs and the manufacturing industryScope of this paper: To investigate the current landscape of the FInES domain
    • 3. MethodologyI. Investigation of the FInES PortfolioII. Creation of a Knowledge Base for the projectsIII. Synthesis of a classification basis with the research categories and topics (FInES, EISB)IV. Definition of a common glossaryV. Mapping of projects on the FInES and EISB dimensionsVI. Visualization of resultsVII. Ongoing online deliberation of the classification results
    • 4. FInES Projects Portfolio
    • 5. Classification Dimensions • Virtual Enterprise Environments • Factories of the Future FInES • • Collection and Distribution of Intelligence and Knowledge Internet of Things • Software Architecture and Services • Trust security and Identity Management EISB • Consortium Partners Generic • Number of Countries represented • Funding Scheme
    • 6. Participation Percentage in FInES CategoriesThe major percentage Participationof the FInES projects FInES Categories Percentage(over 74%) isclassified in threecategories: “Virtual Virtual Enterprise Environments (VEE) 20,48 %EnterpriseEnvironments”, “Software Architectures and Factories of the Future 6,02 %Services”, and“Collection and Collection and Distribution of Intelligence andDistribution of 17,47 %Intelligence and KnowledgeKnowledge”. Internet of Things 9,04 % Software Architectures and Services 36,75 % Trust, Security and Identity Management 10,24 %
    • 7. FInES Cluster Projects in the EISBdimension Interoperability Categories Completed Ongoing Data Interoperability 19,51 % 14,74 % Process Interoperability 12,20 % 8,42 % Rules Interoperability 2,44 % 3,16 % Objects Interoperability 2,44 % 6,32 % Software Systems Interoperability 14,63 % 5,26 % Cultural Interoperability 3,66 % 3,16 % Knowledge Interoperability 9,76 % 10,53 % Services Interoperability 18,29 % 14,74 % Social Networks Interoperability 1,22 % 4,21 % Electronic Identity Interoperability 1,22 % 4,21 % Cloud Interoperability 2,44 % 9,47 % Ecosystems Interoperability 8,54 % 11,58 % None of these 3,66 % 4,21 %
    • 8. Further Steps and ConclusionsFurther Steps The creation of an online folksonomy on the top of the proposed classification Continuation of the correlation analysis in order to identify important “hidden” aspects of FInES Incorporation of necessary indicators and metrics for performing impact analysis of the FInES projectsConclusions FInES represents a highly dynamic landscape changing over time The representation of the FInES territory and the emerging paths in space and time need to be constantly revisited to depict the latest advancements and identify gaps/opportunities
    • 9. THANK YOU!Dr. Sotiris Koussouris, Greek Interoperability Center (GIC),DSSL-NTUAskous@epu.ntua.gr