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The FInES research roadmap 2025_missikoff

  1. 1. FInES Research Roadmap 2025 Key changes in FRR v2.0 Michele Missikoff (CNR) FInES RR RapporteurTask Force of the FInES Cluster, Unit D4 DG Information Society and Media March 2012 missikoff@iasi.cnr.it
  2. 2. Recap of phases and timingFRR v1.0 released after a first online consultation (Aug 2011)FRR v1.2 released after various syncronous consultations; Conference Call, dedicated meetings, sessions in FInES Cluster meetings (Oct Coexisting 2011) versionsFRR v1.9 released after extensive consultations, -Stable both online and sync. Including a dedicated -Dynamic Knowledge Cafe (Feb 2012)FRR v2.0. Current versionFRR v3.0. Availble Aug 2012, after wide consultationFRR MoW. Moving the FRR to the Web (Aug ‘12). ••• 2
  3. 3. Pierluigi Assogna CNRBruxelles, March 13th-14th, 2012
  4. 4. • Editorial Board (EB ): restricted team that has the objective of writing the document• Scientific Advisory Group (SAG): a group of 15 members who have been invited and accepted to cooperate in the elaboration and validation of the first version of the Research Roadmap• Expert Scientific Committee (ESC): committee of 15 members appointed after a selection process with the goal of supporting the Ensemble project in its different articulations• FInES Cluster RR Coordination (CRRC): a restricted informal group, coordinated by the FInES Cluster Chair and Co-chair, with the participation of the cluster support staff, Diana Vlad-Calcic, the EB, plus specific invitees depending on the agenda• FInES Cluster Projects
  5. 5. Cluster Research Roadmap Coordination meeting of 29September 2011FInES Cluster Knowledge Café: Future Internet-basedEnterprise Systems - 12 October 2011FInES Cluster Knowledge Café: Enabling andSupporting Technologies - 12 October 2011EB in the occasion of the ENSEMBLE General Meeting in LisbonConference Call of EB and Ensemble on 19 January 2012Conference call with CRRC on 6 February 2012All together, more than 1.500contributions
  6. 6. Socio-economic Space Scenario “Leviathan” “Big Brother” “Gold Rush” “Hippie”RR Conceptual node Economy Economy Economy EconomyThe need for a socio-economicdiscontinuity High High High HighDifferent growths for wealthand well-being in reducedeconomic expansion High Medium Low HighTowards a totally connectedSociety Medium High Low HighInnovation in a Knowledge-based Society Low Low Medium High
  7. 7. Future Internet Enterprises Space - 1 Scenario “Big “Leviathan” Brother” “Gold Rush” “Hippie”RR Conceptual node Economy Economy Economy EconomyQualities of BeingQB1. HumanisticEnterprise Low Low Medium HighQB2. InventiveEnterprise High High High HighQB3. Agile Enterprise High High Medium LowQB4. CognisantEnterprise High High Medium MediumQB5. SensingEnterprise. High High Low Low
  8. 8. Future Internet Enterprises Space - 2 Scenario “Big “Leviathan” Brother” “Gold Rush” “Hippie”RR Conceptual node Economy Economy Economy EconomyQualities of BeingQB6. Community-oriented Enterprise. Medium Medium Low HighQB7. CloudEnterprise. High High Medium MediumQB8. GlocalEnterprise. Medium Medium Medium MediumQB9. SustainableEnterprise High Low Low High
  9. 9. Future Internet Enterprises Space - 3 Scenario “Leviathan “Big “Gold ” Brother” Rush” “Hippie” RR Conceptual node Economy Economy Economy Economy Operational dimension Invent High High High High Plan High High High High Build High High High High Operate High High High High Manage & Monitor High High High High Dismiss High High High High
  10. 10. Enterprise SystemsSpace - 1 Scenario “Big “Leviathan Brother” “Gold Rush” “Hippie” RR Conceptual node ” Economy Economy Economy Economy Knowledge dimension RC1. Unified Digital Enterprise High High Medium Medium RC2. Linked Open Knowledge. High Medium Medium High RC3. Complex Systems Modelling. High High High High
  11. 11. Enterprise SystemsSpace - 2 Scenario “Big “Leviathan Brother” “Gold Rush” “Hippie” RR Conceptual node ” Economy Economy Economy Economy Application dimension RC4. Innovation-oriented enterprise production platforms High High High High RC5. Unified Digital Enterprise (UDE) Management System Medium Medium High High RC6. Cooperation and collaboration platforms. High High Medium High
  12. 12. Enterprise SystemsSpace - 3 Scenario “Big “Leviathan Brother” “Gold Rush” “Hippie” RR Conceptual node ” Economy Economy Economy Economy Engineering dimension RC7. Proactive FInES Mashup High High Medium Medium RC8. Autonomic Computing Components and Subsystems. High High Low Low RC9. Flexible Execution platforms. High High Medium Medium
  13. 13. Technology Space Scenario “Leviath “Hippie an” “Big “Gold ” RR Conceptual Econom Brother” Rush” Econo node y Economy Economy my Future networking technologies High High Medium Medium Future Knowledge technologies High High High High Future application technologies and complex systems engineering High High High High Future computational and storage technologies High High High High Future Natural Interaction High High Medium Medium
  14. 14. Key improvements of FRR v2.0• Global synoptic map of the FRR knowledge• New Chapter 5, with innovative strategy for Gap Analysis and routing to innovation• Significant improvement of the prose and figures• Extensive elaboration of annexes ••• 28
  15. 15. The 4 FInES Knowledge Spaces1. Socio-economic Space2. Enterprise Space3. Future Enterprise Systems4. Enabling Technology Space ••• 29
  16. 16. The positioning of FInES Spaces Socio‐economic Enterprise FInES Technolog y ••• 30
  17. 17. 4 FInES Spaces Synoptic view the Socio‐economic Space Social requirements,  Impacts Drivers Inventive Cognitive Sensing Sustainable Enterprise Space Humanistic Agile Liquid Glocal Community ‐ (Enterprise Quality  )                Operational  orientedDimension  Business  requirements,  Functions RC1 RC2 RC3 RC4 RC5 RC6 RC7 RC8 FInES RC9 Space Enterprise Knowledge                 Application Systems                 FInES Engineering                 Technical  Enablers requirements,  Knowledge Tech App Software Computing &  Natural  Technology Storage Interaction Space Networking ••• 31
  18. 18. The 3 clouds of FInES Enterprise and  Business Cloud Products HR Clients Stocks XX.. Suppliers Enterprise Software Enterprise Knowledge  Cloud Cloud ••• 32
  19. 19. Achieving the FInES VisionThe key difference of mid-term/focused vs long-term/wide-scope Research RoadmapFocused Mid-term RR – A focused domain (e.g., Nanotechnologies) – Define the Start A (SotA), extrapolate Destination B, define the road from A to B – typically a Gartner, Accenture, ... businessVision-based / Long-term RR – Start from a Vision, apply a regression process. – Portray a constellation of Enterprise solutions – Bridge the gap between Vision and Enterp Sol ••• 33
  20. 20. From SotA to Vision ••• 34
  21. 21. From Vision to SotA ••• 35
  22. 22. Migration on a Web-basedCollaborative FInES platform March 2012
  23. 23. 4 FInES Spaces Synoptic view the Socio‐economic Space Social requirements,  Impacts Drivers Inventive Cognitive Sensing Sustainable Enterprise Space Humanistic Agile Liquid Glocal Community ‐ (Enterprise Quality  )                Operational  orientedDimension  Business  requirements,  Functions RC1 RC2 RC3 RC4 RC5 RC6 RC7 RC8 FInES RC9 Space Enterprise Knowledge                 Application Systems                 FInES Engineering                 Technical  Enablers requirements,  Knowledge Tech App Software Computing &  Natural  Technology Storage Interaction Space Networking ••• 37
  24. 24. 1. A Vision on the Socio-economic Space in 20251. The need for a socio-economic discontinuity2. Different growths for wealth and well-being in reduced economic expansion3. Towards a totally connected Society4. Innovation in a Knowledge-based Society ••• 38
  25. 25. 2. The Future Internet-based Enterprise2a - Quality of Being: a first characterization1.Humanistic Enterprise2.Inventive Enterprise3.Agile Enterprise4.Cognisant Enterprise5.Sensing Enterprise6.Community-oriented Enterprise7.Liquid Enterprise8.Glocal Enterprise9.Sustainable Enterprise ••• 39
  26. 26. 2b. The Operational DimensionThe following operational areas are connected in a spiral/fractal fashion• Invent• Plan• Build• Operate• Manage&Monitor• Dismiss ••• 40
  27. 27. 2c. New foundational approaches for Future Enterprises Governance• Enterprise as a complex artefact• Enterprise Engineering: need for a systematic approach• A World of Models, based on Design Science• But... Accepting the limitations of a modelling approach• Surviving with partial models, to be addressed with Complexity Theory• E.g., from BPM to Complex Event Proc ••• 41
  28. 28. 3. The FInES SpaceThis is the key knowledge space for the FInES Cluster. It contains the 9 Research Challenges, organised according to the following three dimensions:1. Knowledge Dimension2. Functional Dimension,3. Engineering Dimension ••• 42
  29. 29. 1. Enterprise Knowledge DimensionThis knowledge dimension concerns the modeling of the enterprise at conceptual level (Unified Digital Enterprise: UDE), at factual level and their massive interconnection (Linked Open Knowledge), and finally it diachronic modeling (e.g., complex systems modeling) ••• 43
  30. 30. RC2. Linked Open KnowledgeThis is an evolution of current Linked Open Data, where there will be a ‘lifting’ of expressive power of both the represented resources, from factual knowledge to semantic knowledge, and the kinds of links adopted.The semantic links will be adorned with enriched axiomatization, to allow for advanced reasoning and querying ••• 44
  31. 31. FRR MoW• Motivations• Objectives• Sustainability• Content & its Organization• Governance model• Actors• Tools & Functions ••• 45
  32. 32. FRR MoW – Motivations & Objectives• Go beyond the typical limits of ‘paper’ research roadmaps• The FRR 2025 is the 4th Resarch Roadmap of this community in a decade• Guarantee a larger participation and involvement of different communities• Provide the Commission with a permanent mechanism to understand how the discipline is evolving ••• 46
  33. 33. FRR MoW – M & O (2)• Keep under control the achievements and advancements, to constantly update the SotAPractical issues• Create a directory of achievements, scientific results, tools and methodologies that can be reused• A shared, open knowledge repository with the FRR content• Support a constant growth of the FInES Community, avoiding duplications and overlappings ••• 47
  34. 34. FRR MoW – M & O (3)• Allow all the FInES Community to participate as knowledge provider• Supporting social wide collaboration in the continuous improvement and update of the FRR• Hosting different opinions and points of view• Allowing for different strategies in accesses and navigation, from different users and stakeholders ••• 48
  35. 35. Sustainability• Need of a cohesive community• Create a dedicated teams• Value model (beyond monetary): – benefits compensate the inflow – Practical advantages, e.g., in proposals preparation, evaluations, cooperation among projects, ...• Commission will recognise (endorse?) the value• Public recognitions... – Public Best Innovator Certificate – Hall of Fame? ••• 49
  36. 36. 4. Future Technologies for FInESICTs are not our core research interest, but we rely on them to achieve the sought FInES. Key tech:• Networking• Knowledge• Application• Computation and Storage• Natural interaction ••• 50
  37. 37. Consultation process• Consultation took place in the second semester of 2011• Consultation method and tools – Online form – Voting on key issues – Adding text to comment or propose alternative ideas• Experts consultation – 15 experts, almost 100 contributions• Projects consultation ••• 51
  38. 38. Future Activities• Active participation in the next FInES Cluster Meetings, in particular: – 20 December 2011: pre-final version – February 2012: final (Cluster) version – August 2012: Online version• Reshape the Editorial Board• Relaunch the FInES RR Task Force• Activate a wide participation process ••• 52
  39. 39. Future Activites (cont’)• Collaboration with other similar initiatives – ActionPlanT, FISA, EFFRA, ...• Substantially enlarge the online collaboration method and tools: – Wiki, Folksaurus, Online Forms, Deliberation tool, but also Word files ...• Online digital version of FInES RR, for future community sustainability ••• 53
  40. 40. Define a strategy• Sustainability of the Online FInES RR after Ensemble• Create a Constituency with strong motivation• Expectations? Advantages? Commitment? ... ?• Start with a wide consultation (online questionaire) on the above ••• 54
  41. 41. What we Need ?• Easy to use online tools, for wide social participation• Strong endorsement of the Commissions• Role of FInES Project, actively contributing and positioning on the RR• Adoption of the FInES Glossary in Project Proposals and DoWs• Adoption of FInES Glossary by Evaluators and Reviewers ••• 55
  42. 42. Conclusions• An important study of the European Commission• Community effort of Future Internet Enterprise Systems – FInES Cluster• Support of DG Information Society & Media, Unit D4• Open community: – Please contribute going to: www.fines-cluster.eu ••• 56

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