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  1. 1. © 2013 The SmartenIT Consortium 1 CommercialinConfidence Report Future Internet Assembly 2013 Corinna  Schmi,,  University  of  Zürich   FIA,  May  8th-­‐10th,  2013   Socially-aware Management of New Overlay Application Traffic combined with Energy Efficiency in the Internet European Seventh Framework STREP FP7-2012-ICT-317846 http://www.smartenit.eu
  2. 2. © 2013 The SmartenIT Consortium 2 CommercialinConfidence General §  10th Edition §  May 8th-10th, 2013 §  Location Dublin, Ireland §  Statistics §  645 Participants from University and Industry §  12 selected sessions of 38 inputs §  28 posters §  60 demos §  Participants within SmartenIT-Project §  Guilherme Sperb Machado & Corinna Schmitt (UZH) §  Spiros Spirou (Intracom)
  3. 3. © 2013 The SmartenIT Consortium 3 CommercialinConfidence Poster / Demo SmartenIT § 2 Posters §  Social-aware Management of New Overlay Application Traffic with Energy Efficiency in the Internet §  Relevant Applications to use SmartenIT § 1 Demo - PiCsMu
  4. 4. © 2013 The SmartenIT Consortium 4 CommercialinConfidence Discussions /Feedback to Presentations § Interesting project § It is important to bring content next to users! §  Think of social components (friendships) §  Take movement patterns and mobility into account § Do not forget security! § Perhaps narrow the scenarios to most relevant ones. § Robert Moskowitz (Verizon) § Aiko Pras (University of Twente) § Martin Bauer (NEC Europe) § Martin Fiedler (Fraunhofer IML)
  5. 5. © 2013 The SmartenIT Consortium 5 CommercialinConfidence Potential Collaborations (Spiros) § FP7 LIGHTNESS §  Nicola Ciulli (Nextworks). §  Focus is on intra-DC optical comms. §  Interoute is project coordinator. §  Control plane inter-DC I/F might be interesting. § FP7 FUSION §  Miguel Rio (University College London). §  Focus is on network-aware clouds. §  Dr. Rio is SmartenIT advisor. §  Projects shared EC negotiators. §  Dr. Rio will present FUSION at SmartenIT plenary.
  6. 6. © 2013 The SmartenIT Consortium 6 CommercialinConfidence Program – May 8th § Plenary Session § Session 1: Technology § Session 2: Innovation § Session 3: Transfer of Technology
  7. 7. © 2013 The SmartenIT Consortium 7 CommercialinConfidence Program – May 8th § Session 2: Innovation Stream 1 § Participants: §  Stefan Ferber, Bosch Software Innovations GmbH, Director Communities & Partner Networks (IoT) §  Reinhard Posch, CTO Austria §  Jan Nesvadba, Cordian-Care, Technical Director §  Franck Lamouroux, Technicolor, Senior VP Research and Innovation §  Mischa Dohler, WorldSensing, CTO
  8. 8. © 2013 The SmartenIT Consortium 8 CommercialinConfidence Program – May 8th §  Session 2: Innovation Stream 1 - Sum up §  Long developing cycle §  Government founding is required until product is on sale §  Investigate in search and development §  End-user must be included in the development §  Using programs / applications require a minimum of ICT skills (e.g. programming, administration) in order to use it properly --> alternative SIMPLE Solutions §  Education has to move with day life -> different education is required -> align teachers/students which become teachers later with the direction of social life directions §  Technical community must understand the requirements and lower the threshold to "it is good enough!“ §  Involve user as soon as possible in order to understand the users requirements and to develop in this direction -> it is a kind of bootstrapping -> you do not need so much finance until the product is on market and brings money
  9. 9. © 2013 The SmartenIT Consortium 9 CommercialinConfidence Program – May 8th § Session 2: Innovation Stream 2 § Participants: §  Frank Gielen, iMinds Director Incubation & Entrepreneurship §  Bernino Lind, CloudSigma, COO §  Piyush Unalkat, European Investment Fund, Principal, Equity Fund Investment §  Gearoid Mooney, Enterprise Ireland, Director of ICT §  Wolfgang Wahlster, German Centre for artificial Intelligence, CEO and Director
  10. 10. © 2013 The SmartenIT Consortium 10 CommercialinConfidence Program – May 8th §  Session 2: Innovation Stream 2 - Sum up §  Researchers tend to not have a strong business knowledge to “sell” their solutions to entrepreneurs §  Entrepreneurs tend to not have a deep technical knowledge about innovation §  Therefore: what is the solution to bridge the gap between research institutions and entrepreneurs, that they approximate and “speak the same language” ? §  Proposal: motivate to create an intermediate entity (non-profit or government driven) §  This entity should visit research institutions and technically understand what they are doing §  In the same way, this entity should have contacts with entrepreneurs and start- ups to know what are their necessities, or which kind of innovation can match in theirs business §  Many countries already have an entity with such characteristics, but there is no much organization (from governments) to consolidate it
  11. 11. © 2013 The SmartenIT Consortium 11 CommercialinConfidence Program – May 9th §  Plenary Session §  Parallel Sessions – Part 1 §  IoT Architecture §  Bringing Users in §  Green ICT §  Boosting the APS economy §  Parallel Sessions – Part 2 §  Capitalizing on Sounds §  Network Operators' Perspective on Future Network Challenges §  IoT Business §  EU-US Innovation Platforms
  12. 12. © 2013 The SmartenIT Consortium 12 CommercialinConfidence Program – May 9th § Session: IoT-Architectures - Participants §  Maurizio Pilu (UK’s Technology Strategy Board) §  Alessandro Bassi (IoT-A, Nice, France) §  Philippe Cousin (eglobalmark, Nice, France) §  Patrick Guillemin (ETSI, Sophia Antipolis, France) §  John Soldatos (IERC-AC2, AIT, Athens, Greece) §  Arkady Zaslavsky (OpenIoT, CSIRO, Canberra, Australia) §  Martin Serrano (OpenIoT, DERI NUI Galway, Ireland) § Sum up: §  Interoperability must be supported §  Standardization required §  Build communities around consensus to develop standards on interoperability, quality and security. §  Cluster building
  13. 13. © 2013 The SmartenIT Consortium 13 CommercialinConfidence Program – May 10th §  Plenary Session §  Parallel Sessions §  Making Internet Secure §  Mobile Games in the Cloud §  Sharing Economy Perspective §  Open Data §  Closing Remarks
  14. 14. © 2013 The SmartenIT Consortium 14 CommercialinConfidence Program – May 10th § Session: Open Data - Participants §  Jean-Dominique MEUNIER (Technicolor) §  Marta Nagy-Rothengass (DGCONNECT Unit G3,TBC) §  Nigel Shadbolt (data.gov- UK) ,TBC §  Henri Verdier (Etalab- France) ,TBC §  Mr. Iñigo de la Serna (Major of Santander-Spain) § Sum up: §  Due to the raising of open-source data and software it becomes important to secure the data and depending on the application to restrict the access to it. §  Data centers must have big resources. Management systems are essential.
  15. 15. © 2013 The SmartenIT Consortium 15 CommercialinConfidence Program – May 10th § Session: Closing Remarks §  FIA Book 2013 §  www.springerlink.com/content/978-3-642-38081-5/ §  accepted papers 18 from 36 §  invited papers 8 out of 9 §  6 Book sections §  190 authors §  10 FP7 project sponsors for FIA book as open-access (SmartenIT, SmartSantander, 3DLife, Univerself, iCore, IoT6, Geysers, Concord, Flamingo, MobileCloud) §  Future Internet Award, Best Session Award, Best Demonstration §  Future Internet Award: Publish-Subscribe Internet Technology (PURSUIT) §  Poster: Project Conversions §  Demo: SpitFire (http://www.spitfire-project.eu/) §  Session: Network Operators’ Perspective

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