LOD2 Plenary Meeting 2011: Institute Mihajlo Pupin – Partner Introduction


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Slides of Institute Mihajlo Pupin (Serbia) for their partner introduction as a new LOD2 partner in the course of the LOD2 project enlargement - presented at the LOD2 plenary meeting in Leuven, Belgium on September 2011

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LOD2 Plenary Meeting 2011: Institute Mihajlo Pupin – Partner Introduction

  1. 1. Introduction:Partner 14 - Institute Mihajlo Pupin, SerbiaSanja VranešE-mail: Sanja.Vranes@institutepupin.comLeuven, October 18-21, 2011
  2. 2. The Mihajlo Pupin Institute• Introduction• Key R&D Areas• International Cooperation
  3. 3. Mihajlo Pupin Institute– General Data• Leading Serbian R&D institution in information and communication technologies• Founded in 1946. The biggest and the oldest R&D Institute in ICT area in the whole Southeastern Europe • World Bank SEE Knowledge Economy report for 2004: “Internationally competitive” • Potocnik “Academia – Industry TT best practice example” • Interdisciplinary in-house ICT expertise required for complex systems development
  4. 4. Organizational Chart • State owned Institute • Seven daughter companies 100% owned by IMP • Four joint stock companies • S&T Park at the Institute’s premises • General mission/vision • Integral R&D and TT program establishment • General marketing
  5. 5. ISO 9001:2000 Certificate
  6. 6. Human Resources• 456 employees, 250 researchers• Affiliated to the University of Belgrade• Recruitment directly from University through internships/diploma work• Personnel of various ethnic origin and creed (11 languages)
  7. 7. Key AreasProcess Control Systems Information and Security Program DS SystemsDefense Program Traffic Management Telecomm Program
  8. 8. Clients from Industrial and Public Sector• Governmental and Public Sector• Serbian Power Utility• Water Resources Utility• Road, railway and air traffic authorities• Telecomm operators• Oil, gas and mining companies• Process industries (food processing industry, cement factories, tanneries, steel mills, etc.)• Flight control agency - ATM
  9. 9. Airport Nikola Tesla Belgrade• Communication infrastructure (structural computer network, optical networks and wireless communication systems)• Public address system with a special fire alarm functions within a fire protection system.• Central time distribution system (GPS-based RT clock).• Control of lighting and other electrical devices, such as elevators, escalators, luggage control and classification systems, etc.• Control of power supply equipment (transformer station, back-up generator, uninterruptible power supply)• Control of air conditioning, heating and cooling system• Control of all fire alarm and fire protection systems, including fire extinguishing, smoke evacuation and people evacuation systems• Finally, realization of a single center for• integrated supervisory control• of all airport technical systems.
  10. 10. Other Facility Management and Surveillance Systems• Congress Center SAVA• SPENS sports hall, Novi Sad• Power Utility Headquarter• Pupin’s video Surveillance
  11. 11. Process Control Systems• 40 years in Process Control Systems • Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems (SCADA) • Process Optimization • Decision Support Systems
  12. 12. DCS in Power Production, Transmission and Distribution TPP NT A2 – 210 MW• VIEW SCADA software – 130 regulation loops• ATLAS Max -15 PLC units – 1300 analog inputs – 5000 digital inputs – 1000 command outputs – 100 analog regulation outputs TPP NT A4, TPP NT A6 – 308 MW • • VIEW SCADA software ATLAS Max -16 PLC units • 5 operators stations and 2 engineers stations • Redundant servers • Galvanic isolation between I/O signals and commands • Redundant network • Engineer workstations • Measurement transducers • TPP Morava Time-synchronizing GPS equipment TPP Kostolac B
  13. 13. VIEW 2 – SCADA Software• Gathering, processing, archiving and presenting information from RTUs• Sending command requests to RTUs• Supervision and monitoring from operators’ workstations in Control Centers • Structured and vector graphics with zoom/pan/ decluttering layers • Web and Mobile clients
  14. 14. SCADA Hardware – ATLAS FAMILYATLAS family devices are:• ATLAS - MAX Atlas – NANO• ATLAS Max-RTL• ATLAS – Oscilopertubograf• ATLAS – XP• ATLAS Link• Piko ATLAS Atlas – MAX
  15. 15. Water Supply and Management Systems Design, development, manufacturing, testing, installation and putting into operation of SCADA systems for the water supply and water management system utilities The water factory in Arilje, a town in West SerbiaDispatching center in Water Supply and Sewer Co. Belgrade
  16. 16. Traffic Management • Large-scale traffic management systems • Urban Traffic Control Systems • Tunnel Management Systems • Tolling Systems • Parking Systems and Access Control • GPS-based Systems
  17. 17. Highway Pay-Toll Systems• Pay-toll systems on all motorways in Serbia are a result of R&D at the Mihailo Pupin Institute . • Design, development, manufacture, installation and putting into operation • The software package, as well as majority of the hardware, has been developed by IMP.
  18. 18. Urban Traffic Control Systems• Urban traffic control systems and parking systems installed across Serbia and worldwide• Decision support systems for traffic management in China• Traffic management study for 8 cities in Indonesia• Urban traffic control in Moscow, system designed in cooperation with Mosgotransom, Moscow
  19. 19. AVL SPIDER and G-SPIDER System• Affordable GPS vehicle tracking system• Real-time vehicle location, mapping and reporting overall and average fuel consumption and the road traveled• Connection to sensors and controls• Event monitoring and history analysis Radio GPS unit antenna GPS antenna Communication Differential server base station Communication • Fully mobile Control Centers GSM modem or phone SPIDER unit • Multiple Control Centers Digipeater capability (repeater) • Compatibility to various GIS Dispatcher working stations formats
  20. 20. E-government Systems Information systems for the Public Administration (Tax Administration System, Electoral Lists, Citizens Personal Data Files, Local e-Governmen system, Fiscal Decentralization, etc.) Web warehouse of financial indicators of 150000 Serbian business entities (Central Bank of Serbia) European Maze Database - Web repository of gene bank with over 5500 accessions of maize varieties and genotypes (Maize Research Institute, Belgrade Serbia) Web-based technology demand/offer brokerage (Serbian Ministry of Science) Anti-money laundry agency IS
  21. 21. Geographic Information Systems • GIS of Sava River Basin (72 layers) • (EC Sixth Framework Program ) • GIS for Point Source Pollution Control (Water authority of Vojvodina Province) • GIS for Water Supply Analysis and Planning ( Serbian Water Authority) • Spatial Decision Support System for Sustainable Land Use Management • (EU Interreg/CADSES project)
  22. 22. Decision Support Systems ES, DSS, IA, DAI, DIA, SW, NLP… INVEX - Investment Advisory Expert System (Cement Factory –Novi Popovac, NIS, RTB Bor, SARTID, LOLA Group…) IVP - IT Investment projects planning and tracking (BASF) FIDES, RIO, PEGAS (MS project) Technology assessment and selection (CCR, DARTS, SPORE, ERASMO - EU FP6 project) S4I - Spatial decision support systems (Interreg/CADSES project) Diagnostic systems for industrial plantsJ2EE, RDF, OWL, SPARQL, ESPER, TIBCO, …
  23. 23. Robotics BELGRADE SCHOOL OF ROBOTICS• Zero moment point concept and semi-inverse method (ZMP)• Active rehabilitation exoskeleton devices• Industrial prototype of active above knee prosthesis• Robot dynamic control• Under actuated robotic systems
  24. 24. Simulators and Training Aids• Dedicated systems for: – Operator’s training – Tactical simulators – Maintenance • Most notable results: – Flight simulators for three types of military aircraft – Submarine Crew Trainer – Air War Gaming Simulator – Family of Tank Driver Trainers – Anti-Armor Artillery Tactical Trainer
  25. 25. Tactical decision making for AWGS• Heterogeneous knowledge base (F-C, B-C rules, facts, concepts, context, relations, hypotheses, procedures, GIS…)• Inductive, deductive, hybrid reasoning• Real-time event detection and management• Approximate reasoning• Hypothetical reasoning, truth maintenance
  26. 26. Radar & Surveillance Signal Processing • Electronic Surveillance systems • Local Radar Network (LoRadNET) • Digital PPI, Radar Plot Extractor, Target Tracker, Communication Module • Electronic Support (ES) and Signal Intelligence (SIGINT)
  27. 27. Security ProgramRegional leader in providing crypto solutions• Secure Telephony Solutions• Secure two way radio• Embedded miniature voice scramblers• Secured HF communications• Information Security Systems
  28. 28. End-to-end VoiceEncryption System
  29. 29. Motorola Application Partnership • IMP has joined Motorola’s Application Partner program for Professional Radios in June 2003 • Line of add-value crypto products for Motorola’s two-way Professional Radio series • State-of-the art technologies • Compliance with Motorolas specifications • Superb mechanical features • Proprietary encryption algorithms
  30. 30. Image Processing Program• Applications in target tracking, training and simulation systems• Quality control by geometrical, topological, morphological and color measurements• Microscopic image processing in medicine, pharmacy, geology...
  31. 31. Power Line Carrier Communications• Basis of Serbian Power Utility telecommunications system• More than 400 devices installed• Transmission of speech, telecontrol and teleprotection signals• Digital DSP-based version enables extended range, increased reliability and support for additional services
  32. 32. International Cooperation• Long-term orientation in cross-border cooperation Key Partners• Fraunhofer-Pupin JPO (2003)• FP7, Interreg/CADSES, SEE, CIP/EIP, EEN, SCOPES, SEE (29 projects, 140 partners from 22 countries)• Motorola’s Application Partner• Raytheon, USA (air traffic control systems)• BASF, Germany (outsourcing)• Monteria, USA (outsourcing)• FINSOFT, England (outsourcing)
  33. 33. Joining Forces With EU R&D Partners Joint Project Office with Fraunhofer FIRST from Berlin established in May 200329 International Research Projects, 140 partners 3 6FP projects (SARIB,PROMETEA, Web4WeB) –Serbia became eligible only in FP6 2 EC Interreg/CADSES projects (I2E, STRIM) 12 FP7 projects (REFLECT, AgroSENSE, META-NET, WBC-INCO-NET, HydroWEEE, ICT-WEB-PROMS, HELENA, EMILI, ENERGY WARDEN, PROCEED, LOD2, CASCADE), 4 CIP/EIP (CESAR, EIIRC, GREEN, WEEEN), 2 SEE (Intervalue, FORSEE) 6 Bilateral projects (2 Switz.,2 France,1 Cyprus,1 Greece)
  34. 34. EC FP6 Project – Web4WEB
  35. 35. FP7 EMILI – Emergency Management in Large InfrastructuresEmergency managementprocedures will beembedded into integratedWeb-based facilitymanagement softwareSemantic layer will beadded to our SCADAsoftwareCEP & ECA rules
  36. 36. EMILI Architecture
  38. 38. Multilingual Europe projects• META-NET is a Network of Excellence dedicated to building the technological foundations of a multilingual European information society• CESAR is a STREP project dealing with CE and SEE language resources and multilingualism
  39. 39. FP7 FET project REFLECT• FRAUNHOFER Michael Schumacher• FERARI served as a test driver for• PHILIPS acquisition of parameters• LMU Munich to be used for calibrating sensors/actuators in the• Liverpool John Mores Univ. future Ferrari car• University of Groningen sensitive to driver’s• University of Pavia emotions• Institute Mihajlo Pupin
  40. 40. REFLECT architecture Interactive Simulated Simulation Vehicular ResponseGesture/movements sensors Performance level actuators -Frequent changes of seating position -Car response to breaks/accelerator -Head movements -Car response to gear ratios -Eye blinking -Steering adjustmentsControl interaction sensors Compartment comfort actuators -Pedal activity (reaction time) -Steering wheel corrections -Seat adjustments -Steering wheel grip force variations -Acustic adjustments -Use of other devices (radio,...) -Internal lighting -Climate adjustmentsPsycho-physiological sensors Infotainment services actuators -Skin temperature -Skin conduction -Radio control -Heart rate -PC control -Blood volume pressure -Navigator control
  41. 41. Pupin’s world-wide presence Sweden: Swiss: 3 installations Russia: 1 installation 6 installations Germany: Serbia: 4582 3 installations installations Canada: 3 installations GB: 1 installation Czech: 1 installation USA:3 installations Italy: China: 25 installations Kuwait: 2 installations Venezuela: 1 installation 1 installation Spain: Iraq: 2 installations 1 installation Peru: Bosnia: 2 installations 5 installations Indonesia: 8 installations Brazil: 3 installations Macedonia: 6 installations Israel: 15 installations Algeria: Libya: 1 installation 1 installation DR Congo: 1 installation
  42. 42. Contribution of IMP to LOD2WP3: Knowledge Base Creation, Enrichment and Repair • Task 3.6: Multi-lingual support for provenance-aware linked data extractionWP6: Interfaces, Component Integration and LOD2 Stack • Task 6.4: Development of application scenarios and testing of the LOD2 stack configuratorWP9: Use Case 3: LOD2 for Citizen: PublicData.eu • Task 9.5: Evaluation of the LOD2 Stack with regard to the support for internationalization and multilingual ontology mappingWP10: Training, Dissemination, Fertilization • Task 10.2c: Training and dissemination in Serbia
  43. 43. WP3 - Task 3.6Multi-lingual support for provenance-awarelinked data extraction:• Analysis of LOD2 stack and NLP2RDF framework• Selection of NooJ functionalities suitable for integration into LOD2 stack• Design of Nooj4LOD2 application (architecture, components, GUI design, adapter for NLP2RDF)• Implementation of NooJ4LOD2 application (components, GUI, adapter for NLP2RDF)• Testing and validation• NooJ4LOD2 documentation and preparation of D3.6 (M30)
  44. 44. WP6 - Task 6.4Development of application scenarios andtesting of the LOD2 stack configurator:• Installation and testing of the first LOD2 prototype • Testing of LOD2 components for Serbian character sets support• Testing LOD2 API/interface components (during the whole course of the project)• Development of LOD2 application scenarios • Deliverable 6.4.1 Analysis of different application scenarios for the LOD2 stack(IMP, M24)• Testing, Evaluation and Documentation of the LOD2 stack configurator • Deliverable 6.4.2 Final Evaluation and Documentation of the LOD2 stack configurator (IMP, M48)
  45. 45. WP9 - Task 9.5Task 9.5: Evaluation of the LOD2 Stack with regard tothe support for internationalization and multilingualontology mapping: Deliverable 9.5.1 Establishment of the Serbian CKAN open government metadata repository (IMP, M18) Plan (DoW) – 100ds M18, 1000 ds M48 Deliverable 9.5.2 Evaluation of the LOD2 Stack with regard to support for internationalization (IMP, M30) Support of character sets used in Serbia (and WB) Deliverable 9.5.3 Report on evaluation of the LOD2 Stack with regard to support for multilingual ontology Testing the LOD2 components on the Serbian datasets
  46. 46. WP10: Task 10.2cTraining and dissemination inSerbia (IMP):•IMP will organize one targeted “train the trainer”workshop where the LOD2 achievements will bedemonstrated and disseminated.•LOD2 results will be presented at nationalconferences, workshops and fairs•Several press releases will be prepared in Serbianduring the course of the project
  47. 47. IMP Activities – Gantt Chart
  48. 48. Task 3.6 – Gantt Chart
  49. 49. Task 6.4 – Gantt Chart
  50. 50. Task 9.5 – Gantt Chart
  51. 51. LoS - Statistical Office of Serbia
  52. 52. LoS – Serbian Chamber of Commerce
  53. 53. LoS: Ministry of Education and Science
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  55. 55. Looking Into the FutureOur vision: Every researcher involved in at least one international research project by 2020
  56. 56. Thank you for your attention!