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Vinnova hosted presentation of FI-PPP in Malmö Sweden 2013-09-27


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Commission presentation on FI-PPP background and particular focus on Phase III

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Vinnova hosted presentation of FI-PPP in Malmö Sweden 2013-09-27

  1. 1. FI-PPP Phase 3 Arian Zwegers European Commission Communication Networks, Content & Technology 19 September 2013
  2. 2. The ICT world is changing Sample of 50+ global ICT firms Source: European Commission US: n = 27 Asia: n = 11 EU: n = 18 Net sales % change 2012Q2 vs 2007Q2 US: +48% Asia: +50% EU: -12% Platform-based businesses on any possible device are outperforming in sales and profits any other ICT business. Platform-based business models have been the main drivers of US net sales growth together with leadership in mobile devices, apps stores, microelectronics for mobile devices, software, and IP networks.
  3. 3. Platforms • Common base • Openish • Platform vs product – Essential function – Easy to build-upon – Difficult to substitute for
  4. 4. Platforms Network effects • 1-sided • 2-sided Partly taken from Pieter Ballon, IBBT
  5. 5. Platforms How to get started? Who will pay? Q1: Platforms Q2: Third party applications Q3: Users
  6. 6. FI-PPP Leadership beyond R&D FI-PPP 1. Making the world „smarter‟ and accelerate sustainable innovation 2. Making Europe a world leader in Future Internet technologies ICT technology research ICT applications research Application Pull Technology push
  7. 7. FI-WARE Expansion of Use Cases Call 3Call 2 FITMAN XIFI INFINITY ENVIROFI Call 1 CONCORD 20112010 2012 2013 2014 2015 Phase 3Phase 1 Phase 2 FI-CONTENT USECASES OUTSMART SAFECITY FINSENY SMARTAGRIFOOD INSTANT MOBILITY FINEST TF Extension and Usage FI-STAR FI-PPP Programme Architecture Platform components Platform usage Use case scenarios Capacity Building Finesce FI-CONTENT 2 FIspace Application platforms
  8. 8. FI-PPP Examples of phase 1 •Usage area requirements •Generic Enablers vs •Specific Enablers •Conceptual prototypes
  9. 9. FI-PPP Phase 2: expectations • Meeting programme objectives and requirements • Working experimentation sites building upon Generic Enablers (as provided by FI-WARE) complemented by use case specific capabilities; • Selected test applications implemented on these experimentation sites; • Validation of the openness and versatility of the Core Platform and its software development kit; • Prepare the ground for phase 3 • Open calls (around Summer-Autumn 2013) Background picture by Eskog, CC-BY-SA-2.5,2.0,1.0
  10. 10. FIspace FI-CONTENT 2 FI-STAR FITMAN XIFI FINESCE FI-PPP Phase 2 trial sites
  11. 11. FI-PPP From platform components to platforms FI-WARE Platform Products FI-WARE Instance = platform Use Case Trial assemble… GE GE GE GE GE GE GE Third party platform GE = Generic Enabler Source: FI-WARE consortium
  12. 12. FI-WARE Serving usage areas
  13. 13. FI-WARE Targeting developers needs What How Security EnablersEnsuring Privacy, Security and Trust Business & Delivery Framework (revenue-share, cross-selling, …) Reach target users, monetize Connect apps to the physical world Benefit from open innovation (crowd-sourcing, apps composition) Manage open data at large scale and transform it into knowledge Integration and Composition Enablers IoT-M2M Enablers Data/Context Enablers Built-in APIs & tools Take the most of infrastructures while keeping costs lower and under control Advanced Cloud Enablers access from everywhere, adapt to devices Enablers easing interface to Network and Devices Developer Community and Tools
  14. 14. FI-WARE Basic principles of GEs GE specifications are open (i.e. public and royalty- free) Any implementation of a Generic Enabler (GEI) is made up of a set of components which together supports a concrete set of Functions and APIs that are in compliance with the open specifications published for that GE There might be multiple compliant implementations of a given GE The FI-WARE project is delivering an implementation of FI-WARE GEs based upon results of previous R&D projects
  15. 15. FI-WARE Basic facts about GEs On 31st July 2013 more than 45 GEIs have been made available via Terms and conditions for the usage of GEIs have been defined according to: • Experimentation/testing within the FI-PPP • FI-WARE Open Innovation Lab (FI-LAB) • External availability Some of GEIs are Open Source and all will be after the Technology Foundation Extension (phase 3) All GEIs have at least a large industry as GEI owner
  16. 16. Take the most of infrastructures while keeping costs lower and under control Cloud Enablers
  17. 17. Managing, processing and analyzing private and open data at large scale Data /Context Enablers
  18. 18. Easing connection to the physical world IoT Chapter Enablers
  19. 19. Benefit from open innovation Reaching target users, monetize Apps Chapter Enablers
  20. 20. Ensuring Privacy, Security and Trust Security Enablers
  21. 21. Access from everywhere, taking the most of the network and capabilities of devices I2ND Enablers
  22. 22. FI-WARE Wiki -
  23. 23. FI-WARE Catalogue
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  25. 25. • To start with 5 core sites and develop a process for providing these test infrastructures with the necessary adaptation and upgrades to support the FI-PPP Enablers from FI-WARE • To develop the capability to federate them, so that additional nodes can be added • To build up the test infrastructure capacity and capability to support the massive increase in FI-PPP application/ service developers in Phase 3 (2013 Open Call) • To validate the capabilities of the test infrastructures to support the FI-PPP Enablers from FI-WARE 25 The XIFI goals
  26. 26. 26 XIFI FI-PPP Boards, Advisory structures, Work groups • Appoint mandated members to SB, AB and work groups • Influence FI-PPP strategy and direction • Receive and process requirements on XIFI from peer projects • Provide requirements and feedback to the peer projects • Actively participate in programme wide activities e.g. dissemination, exploitation, standards, etc. XIFI Use Cases Early Trials • Offer core nodes for early trials • Upgrade early trials’ infrastructures to FI-PPP standards: • Integration of GEs • Supported functionalities • Interfacing requirements • Deployability of GEs • Virtualization requirements • Usability constraints XIFI FI-WARE • Adopt GE components and specifications • Integrate FI-WARE GEs into XIFI platform instances • Test GEs deployability and interoperability and give feedback • Generate additional requirements for GEs, e.g. management and control interfaces • Identify missing functionality • Trigger necessary activities, e.g. Interoperability/Conformance testing, Certification? The XIFI technical approach
  27. 27. The XIFI technical approach The initial 5 sites: • Ireland - Waterford TSSG, HEAnet • France - Orange, ImaginLab • Spain - Telefónica, • Germany - Deutsche Telekom, Fraunhofer • Italy - Telecom Italia, Trentino Network, CREATE-NET 27 Sevilla Trento Berlin Brittany Waterford
  28. 28. 3-Step approach: 1. Build the backbone between the 5 initial core sites. These form a federated and virtualised capacity layer to facilitate the deployment and interoperability between the FI-PPP core platform and other platforms across Europe. Consider aspects, such as: – The access network – The experimental nature of some of the networks – The need for data centers 2. Validate the capabilities of the Generic Enablers on the core platform. 3. Enlarge the network to reach the Use Case Pilots, which may be using FIRE testbeds, EIT ICT Labs or private infrastructures. This will be done through an Open Call process. 28 Waterford Berlin Seville Brittany Infra 1 NRENS (Research) Infra 2 Access Infra n DataCenters XIFI FIWARE1 FIWARE2 Other Platforms (UC) Trento The XIFI technical approach
  29. 29. FI-PPP Call 3 – Subgranting via Open Calls Scenarios UC platforms Infrastructures Generic Enablers Regional policies Entrepreneurial communities Services and applications Phase 3 project Phase 3 project Phase 3 project Results phase 1 + 2,… …Brought into up to 20 projects… SME SME SME SME SME SME SME SME SME SME SME WE WE WE?? ?? ?? SME SME SME SME SME SME SME WE SME WE WE?? ?? ?? WEWE WE WE WE WE WE WE WE WE WE WE WE ?? ?? WE …Subgranting to many SMEs and WEs via open calls …Developing services and applications.
  30. 30. FI-PPP Possible intermediaries in Call 3 Phase 3 consortium • Accelerators • Company managed funds • ICT infrastructure providers • Public sector • Regional Development Agencies • Sectorial ecosystems • SME associations • Others? By sector By business ecosystem By regional dimension By ??
  31. 31. FI-PPP Checklist call 3 proposals Ability to manage open calls • Define calls • Evaluation • Monitoring • Admin/finance Knowledge of the Future Internet PPP • managerial • technical Ability to call upon and mobilise an SME / web- entrepreneurship ecosystem Ability to offer training to SMEs on innovation, entrepreneurship, business opportunities, IPR, etc. Building relationships with related innovation actions, programmes, funds (European, regional or local) GUIDANCE: • 3 partners from 3 countries • 3-6 partners? • Funding could be around € 4-8 M • 80% goes to SMEs / Web entrepr. FI-PPP Work Programme is imperative reading 
  32. 32. FI-PPP Special clauses • Special Clause 41 “Complementary Grant Agreements” • Special Clause 42 “Financial Support given by Beneficiaries to third Parties”  proposal must include: • a fixed and exhaustive list of the different types of activities for which a third party may receive financial support, • the definition of the persons or categories of persons which may receive financial support, • the criteria for awarding financial support, • the maximum amount to be granted to a third party, • the criteria for determining the exact amount. Project Consortium EC Grant Sub Grant
  33. 33. FI-PPP FAQs • CP-CSA instrument? – Most cases are mostly CSA, little CP – Subgranting: 100% funded and is not the CP part – CP part for RTD activities on e.g. making platforms available • Possibility to limit participation in open calls to certain countries/regions? – Open calls must be open to all SMEs and web entrepreneurs – Certain skills and competences might be required • Need to use FP7 rules? – Yes, “adhere to FP7 standards with respect to evaluation, conflict of interest and [confidentiality]” and wide promotion of open calls – No for subgranting (tbc)
  34. 34. FI-PPP Other opportunities • Phase 2 Open Calls – By Use Case trials, € 6 M via 5 calls – By XIFI, € 2 M+ – All to be launched Sept/Oct 2013 – Stay tuned! • FI-LAB Open Innovation Lab – Cloud hosting capabilities – Generic Enablers offered “as a Service” with well-defined APIs – Accessible to all, as of Sept 2013 – Connected to XIFI infrastructures – With developer contests –
  35. 35. FI-WARE @Campus Party London 35
  36. 36. Sustainability? • Exploitation of FI-PPP technology? • IPR – Must use FI-PPP technology in Phase 3 vs – Need for clarity about Terms & Conditions of using FI-PPP technology outside FI-PPP • Generic/Specific Enabler specifications – Maintenance – Open specifications + possibility to influence? – Reference implementations?
  37. 37. Key messages • Phase 3, an opportunity? • Targeting intermediaries • Not business-as-usual
  38. 38. Questions?
  39. 39. FI-PPP @FI_PPP, @EC_FI_PPP Oct 3-4 Info days: agenda/en/fi-ppp-call-3-information-days E-mail Thanks to Nuria De Lama (FI-WARE), Martin Potts (XIFI) and Cezary Mazurek (INFINITY) for the slides For more information Peter Fatelnig Arian ZwegersRagnar BergstromConchi Anton Garcia