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Man-Sze Li presented "Translating Knowledge into Growth: Views from ICT Research to Support Future Business Innovation" (FInES Workshop at Aalborg)

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  1. 1. FInES Workshop Translating Knowledge into Growth: Views from ICT Research to Support Future Business InnovationPanel 2: The Sensing Enterprise 9 May 2012 Aalborg 1
  2. 2. Panel Introduction Man-Sze Li 2
  3. 3. Panel description This panel provides a strategic overview of business, technical and governance issues relating to the Sensing Enterprise.• What benefits does the Internet of Things bring about for businesses?• Are European enterprises in general, and manufacturing enterprises in particular, equipped and ready for the challenges ahead?• What does the Sensing Enterprise mean and why is it important?• What are the opportunities, barriers and risks? Who should be tackling them and how?FInES Cluster Workshop, Aalborg, 9 May 2012 3
  4. 4. “Sensing Enterprise” - origin• The Sensing Enterprise is a concept created by the FInES community in the context of the advent of the Augmented Internet. It refers to an enterprise anticipating future decisions by using multi-dimensional information captured through physical and virtual objects and providing added value information to enhance its global context awareness. Source: Future Internet Enterprise Systems (FInES) Position Paper, 2011 “The WhatYouSenseIsWhatYouGet Enterprise” http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/enet/documents/fines-position-paper-fp8-orientations-final.pdfFInES Cluster Workshop, Aalborg, 9 May 2012 4
  5. 5. Sensing Enterprise• A complex smart entity capable of sensing and reacting to a wide ranging set of (business) stimuli• Characteristics: – “global” context awareness – decentralised intelligence – dynamic configurability – multi-identity oriented – “fusion” between the virtual & the real – Self-*, self-re-invention? Source: Future Internet Enterprise Systems (FInES) Position Paper, 2011 “The WhatYouSenseIsWhatYouGet Enterprise” http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/enet/documents/fines-position-paper-fp8-orientations-final.pdfFInES Cluster Workshop, Aalborg, 9 May 2012 5
  6. 6. Sensing as a Capability of Enterprises some elements to consider …Object Physical VirtualDevice AnyInformation Multi-media Multi-form Multi-dimensionalContext Global Situated Individuated to objects Individualised for peopleWorld Physical Virtual MergedPersistence Event triggered vs “Permanence” Source: Man-Sze Li, presentation at the IoT Conference @ Poznan, 26 October 2011FInES Cluster Workshop, Aalborg, 9 May 2012 6
  7. 7. References on the Sensing Enterprise• FInES Position Paper on Orientations for FP8, 2011 http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/enet/documents/fines-position-paper- fp8-orientations-final.pdf• FInES Research Roadmap (under finalisation) http://www.fines-cluster.eu/fines/jm/Publications/Download- document/297-FInES-Cluster-2012-Research-Roadmap-2025- v2.0.html• IoT Conference @ Poznan, Panel on The Rise of the Sensing Enterprise, Proceedings, 26th October 2011 – Presentation of Man-Sze Li – Presentation of Rikardo Bueno http://www.week.fi-poznan.eu/online/?view=session&session_id=213• Keynote of Gérald Santucci, I-ESA Conference, Valencia, 22-23 March 2012• Forthcoming: Paper in FInES Cluster Book 2012 Report of this workshop …FInES Cluster Workshop, Aalborg, 9 May 2012 7
  8. 8. Agenda• Oscar Lázaro (Innovalia Association)• Jochen Rode (SAP)• John Soldatos (Athens Information Technology)• Rob van Kranenburg (Council, IoT Forum)• Q&A / Open Discussion Moderator: Man-Sze Li (IC Focus) Rapporteur: Chris Decubber (EFFRA) FInES Cluster Workshop, Aalborg, 9 May 2012 8
  9. 9. FInES Cluster Workshop, Aalborg, 9 May 2012 9
  10. 10. Topics for debate1. The value added of and by applications2. Sensors and new information objects generated through IoT3. New business opportunities (for SMEs); openness & competition on the market; new business ecosystems4. The boundaries of IoT – open/closed, public/private, collective/individual5. Investment in potential promising areas especially applicationsFInES Cluster Workshop, Aalborg, 9 May 2012 10

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