Presentation on theme: "Buenos-Aires June 26th 2000 The Fifth Framework Programme Creating a User-Friendly Information Society."— Presentation transcript:
1 Buenos-AiresJune 26th 2000The Fifth Framework Programme Creating a User-Friendly Information Society
2 Buenos-Aires June 26th 2000 Jean-Yves ROGER European Commission Directorate General Information SocietyInformation Society Technologies Programme (IST)International Aspects of the IST ProgrammeWho am I ?working in DG INFSO - F4International Aspects of the IST ProgrammeIn particular for Latin America and Asia. For latin America, I cover- Argentina- Brasil- Chile- Mexico- UruguayFor Asia:JapanChinaKoreaIndia
3 Directorate General INFSO activities Buenos-AiresJune 26th 2000Directorate General INFSO activities Communications services : Policy & Regulatory Framework IST: Information Society Technologies Programme
4 R&D and the European Commission Supported through successive four year periods called Framework Programmes (FP)Major strategic reorientations and financial scope decided at the beginning of each FPFP5 covers 1998 to 2002 (1st call : 15/03/1999)Define privilege axis of support.Try to follow market evolution
5 The fifth framework programme 1998-2002 Quality of life and living resources2.413 BEUROKey actionsCreating a User friendly Information Society3.6 BEUROKey actionsPromoting competitive & sustainable growth2.705 BEUROKey actionsEnergy, environment & sustainable development1.083 BEUROKey actions0.475 BEUROInternational Cooperation0.363 BEUROInnovation and SMEs1.28 BEUROHuman PotentialTotal: 16.3 BEURO
7 Global Networked Society Convergence and theGlobal Networked Society“Single Digital Space”High-bandwidth AnywhereMediaCommunicationsComputingAdded-value: New Applications and Services29
8 THE IST Programme The strategic objective of the Information Society Technologies (IST) Programme is to realise thebenefits of the information society for Europe bothby accelerating its emergence and by ensuring thatthe needs of individuals and enterprises are met.IST is managed by the European Commission, with the assistance of the IST Committee consisting of representatives of each Member and Associated State. The Commission and the IST Committee are supported in their work by an IST Advisory Group of some 25 members who are highly experienced in this field. They provide independent expert advice concerning the content of the IST Workprogramme.The Programme follows on from the ESPRIT, ACTS and Telematics Applications Programmes, which were carried out by the Community within the 4th Framework Programme. It is based on a new, integrated approach which reflects the increasing convergence of the information and communications technologies which were addressed individually by those programmes.
9 The Programme strategy Maintain and strengthen Europe’s :research potentialknowledge-based excellencehigh-quality technologySupport economic and social objectives of EU Put S&T progress at the service of the EU and its policiesProgramme strategyCommunity-funded research in information and communication technology is integral to the overall strategy of the European Union for the Information Society.European competitivenessInformation society technologies support a rapidly increasing range of products and processes throughout the economy. To be competitive in the global marketplace, Europe needs to master both the supply and use of such technologies.European added-valueCarrying out research and technology development collaboratively across Europe is important in a number of ways; for example to reach a critical mass in terms of skills or other scarce resources; to establish the consensus necessary for standardisation; or to assist with issues such as interoperability.Socio-economic needsWork will target the benefits that information society technologies offer in all industrial and societal activities, from more competitive methods of working and doing business to higher-quality lower-cost general interest services or new forms of leisure and entertainment.
10 The IST Programme 3.6 BEURO KA1: Systems and services for the citizen0.646 BEUROKA2: New methods of work and electronic commerce0.547 BEUROKA3: Multimedia content and tools0.564 BEUROKA4: Essential technologies and infrastructures1.363 BEUROFuture and emerging technologies0.319 BEUROResearch networking0.161 BEURO21
11 IST Advisory Group (experts, business) Annual workprogramme updateIST Advisory Group (experts, business)Technology and market evolutionISTworkprogramme1999ISTworkprogrammeorientationsISTworkprogramme2000ISTCommittee(member states)Policy & FP5 ProgrammesConsultation with IST participants
12 ISTAG Vision “orientations for WP2000 and beyond” ”Create an ambient intelligence landscape (for seamless delivery of services and applications) in Europe relying also upon testbeds and open source software, develop user-friendliness, and develop and converge the networking infrastructure in Europe to world-class”
13 IST vision - Ambient intelligence ‘Our surrounding is the interface’ to IST applications and servicesIn the carRoute optimisation & navigation (efficiency)Interpretation and reaction to obstacles (safety)Communications (mobile office)At homeServices accessible everywhere (convenience)Security (protection), comfort (control) and care (illness)In the officeWhere is my office ? Where is my integrated toolset ?
14 WP prioritiesIntegrated approach to natural interactivity and user-friendlinessNetworked embedded devices (mobile and fixed)Convergence of infrastructure ( Mobile, IP, ..)Integration of interactive and broadcasting servicesSupporting dynamic business value chainsReconsidering service development and provisionStrengthening trust and confidence
15 Key Action I Systems & services for the citizen Foster the creation of the next generation of user-friendly, dependable, cost-effective and interoperable general-interest services, meeting user demands for flexible access, for everybody, from anywhere, at any time.RTD Priorities:HealthElderly and disabledAdministrationsEnvironmentSystems and services for the citizento meet the needs and expectations of European citizens for high quality and affordable services of general interest. RTD will be carried out in the fields of health, persons with special needs (including the elderly and disabled), administrations, environment and transport.Transport & tourism
16 Main highlights : Key Action I Stronger focus on advancing the state-of-the-art for improved services:Innovation: System integration, specific targeted componentsUbiquitous/mobile access and advanced interaction modesNew value chainsStrong industrial/user participation desirableNew: exampleAll Als reshaped health, elderly and disabled, administrations,Best practice and demonstrations in regional healthcareBest practice and demonstrations in electronic fee collection
17 Key Action II New methods of work and electronic commerce Support innovation in work and business in Europe through the development and use of advanced information society technologies and improve the quality of the individual’s working life.RTD Priorities:Work organisationBusiness and market organisationBusiness and market processesTrust and confidenceNew methods of work and electronic commerceTo enable both individuals and organisations to innovate and be more effective and efficient in their work and businesses, thus increasing their competitiveness while improving the quality of the individual’s working life and consumer confidence. RTD will support the identification of new organisational paradigms made possible through the convergence of information and communications technology, provide technologies to enhance trust and confidence, and develop tools required by individuals and groups to operate in new organisational environments.
18 Main highlights : Key Action II Promoting visionary RTD with high potential payoffs- Two new themes cutting across the Key Action:Mobile & Ubiquitous eCommerce and eWorkKnowledge Management for eCommerce & eWork- Four refocused core themes:Dynamic Value Constellations, Trust&SecuritySustainable Workplace Design, “Smart” OrganisationsPromoting Early Exploitation & Broad AdoptionSocio-economic research
19 Key Action III Multimedia content & tools The aim of this work is to improve the functionality, usability and acceptability of future information products and services to enable linguistic and cultural diversity and contribute to the valorisation and exploitation of Europe's cultural patrimony, to stimulate creativity, and to enhance education and training systems for lifelong learning.RTD Priorities:Electronic publishingCultural heritageMultimedia content and toolsTo confirm Europe as a leading force in this field and enable it to realise the potential of its creativity and culture. It will address issues such as interactive electronic publishing, digital heritage and cultural content, education and training, human language technologies and information access, filtering and handling.Education and trainingLanguage technologiesInformation access & handling4
20 Main highlights : Key Action III Emphasis oncross-media contentNatural interactivityScopeApplications: personalised Web, advanced digital libraries, school of the future, etcMiddleware technology: for cross-media, multilingual, multimodal applications (IP/mobile/fixed)Standards and consensus: media representation & exchange,New:Mobile and domestic content processing and accessPersonalisation in content creation
21 Key Action IV Essential Technologies and Infrastructure The aim of this work is to promote excellence in the technologies which are crucial to the Information Society, to accelerate their take-up and broaden their field of application.RTD Priorities:Information processing, communications & networkingSoftware, systems & servicesSimulation & visualisationMobile & personal communications & systemsInterfacesPeripherals, subsystems & microsystemsMicroelectronicsEssential technologies and infrastructuresTo further the development of these technologies and infrastructures common to more than one application, enhance their applicability and accelerate their take-up in Europe. RTD will cover areas such as the convergence of information technology and communications; mobile and personal communications; microelectronics; technologies and engineering for software, systems and services; simulation and visualisation technologies; novel multisensory interfaces; and the development of peripherals, subsystems and microsystems.
22 Main highlights : Key Action IV Strengthening infrastructure convergenceIP/Mobile/fixedBroadcasting and communicationsHigher visibility to networked embedded devices, and related architecturesEmbedded devices, Software, real-time systemsHighlighting open source software and open systemsIncludes a comprehensive range of take-up measuresTwo-phase perspectiveIntegration in short to medium termHigher performance and adaptivity in longer term
23 Future and Emerging Technologies High risk or longer term researchPotential for breakthroughs and social or industrial impactFuture and emerging technologiesIn order to ensure that the programme remains open to new research ideas for tomorrow, the four key actions are balanced with a future and emerging technologies (FET) action, with a visionary and exploratory perspective. This involves research of a longer-term or particularly high risk nature, but which promise major advance and potential for significant industrial and societal impact. FET can be seen as a "nursery” for novel and emergent ideas which may later become mainstream topics. As such, FET is not constrained by the priorities of the key actions but rather aims to open new possibilities and to set new trends for future research.Open Scheme (continuous submission - no deadlines)Two project types:- Assessment projects (up to 1 year and 100 keuro)- Standard RTD projects2-step submission: a short proposal is submitted first
24 Future & emerging technologies Proactive Initiatives to be launched in 2000:- Disappearing computerEveryday objects infused and augmented with IT…… forming collections of artefacts that act together…… to create new behaviours and augmented environments...… that enrich everyday life simply and naturally- Neuro-informatics for “living” artefactsExploring synergies between neurosciences and ITConstruction of hardware/software artefacts that self-adapt and evolve in the real worldJoint call with DG Research
25 Research NetworkingBroadband interconnection of national research, education and training networks, and testbedsTestbeds for advanced networking and application experimentsActivities in support of research infrastructuresThe programme will support activities involving the broadband interconnection of existing national research and education networks, and also the integration of leading-edge European experimental testbeds.
27 Cross-programme Themes Objective: Strategy- Integration & coordination - Programme level actions- Multidisciplinary RTD Clustering and ConcertationHome environments (ambient intelligence at home)Natural interactions and dialogue modes (enjoyable…)Mobility (mobile services..)Survivability of large scale systems (trust and confidence..)Smart cards (seamless services..)Next Generation Networks ( convergence of infrastructure)Socio-economic (usability, acceptability,…)Statistical tools, methods, indicators & applications for the Information SocietyIntegrated Application Platforms - integrated bundles of services drawn from all four key-actions to provide coherent city, region & national level showcases for the information society in Europe.New indicators and statistical methods - and tools relating to new business, services, education & training supporting social & economic analysis and policy making.Dependability in services & technologies - developing new technologies, methods & tools addressing global, complex, large-scale information society services and infrastructures & fully recognising heterogenity and scalability requirements.Design-for-all for an inclusive information society - applies and demonstrates (human-factor) principles in product & service development to ensure widest range of user categories. Includes awareness, dissemination & best-practice measures.Geographic information - develop new models, metaphors & concepts demonstrating accessibility and acceptability of a robust, integrated EGI infrastructure amongst large user groups.Clustering & concertation - topics to be developed
28 Forms of participation Shared cost RTD (Research, Demonstration, Combined R&D)Coordination (Concerted Actions, Thematic Networks)Accompanying Measures (Take-up)Fellowships (Marie Curie)SME Awards / Cooperative Research
29 “Take-up”“Aimed at transferring leading-edge as well as established but insufficiently deployed methodologies and technologies to industry and other organisations in order to achieve greater efficiency”timeinnovatorsearly adoptersearly majorityTechnology TransferRTDCommercial Phase“T a k e - u p”
30 Jean-Yves ROGER European Commission DG INFSO IST programme INTERNATIONAL RTD COOPERATION IN FP5( )Participation possibilities of third countries in thematic programmesJean-Yves ROGER European Commission DG INFSO IST programme
31 Jean-Yves ROGER European Commission DG INFSO IST programme Fifth Framework ProgrammeassociationJean-Yves ROGER European Commission DG INFSO IST programme29
32 International Co-operation in the IST ProgrammeBanksNationalFundsEU - LATIN AMERICAEUProgrammesIndustry
33 EU-Latin America cooperation in IST Rules for participation On a project by project basis In conformity with interests of the Community Of substantial added value for implementing SP Together with the minimum number of legal entities from theCommunity and Associated States. Without Community funding.If duly justified as being essential for achieving the objectives of the project the Community can exceptionally fund this participation29
34 EU-Latin America cooperation in IST Argentina : S&T agreement. 3M$ per year to cover Argentinian participation in FP5Brazil :IST - CNPq arrangement 2.7M$ for 3 years to cover Brazilian participation in the IST programme29
36 EU-Latin America cooperation in IST THE EUROLATIS PROJECT: Objective: Boost Euro-Latin American collaboration in areas of application of Information Society Technologies.More specifically to boost the number of concrete actions undertaken by consortia of European and Latin American companies, researchers and intermediaries, in areas of importance for social and economic development in the Latin American region.Argentine contact point: Albornoz, MarioUniversidad Nacional de Quilmes
37 Information Society Technologies Fourth IST call
39 Preparing for the fourth Call July th Call - PublicationOctober th Call - DeadlineNovember th Call - EvaluationIndicative budget: 450 MEUROS
40 Fourth IST call (Second call in 2000) KA1: 5 RTD ALs and one Take-up/demoKA2: 4 RTD ALs + 1 AM + 4 take-upKA3: 5 RTD Als + 1 AM + 4 take-upKA4: 12 RTD Als + 1 AM+ 9 take-up2 CPA’s, 1 FET Proactive
41 Fourth call: KA I Administrations: Environment: Transport and Tourism: IST Smart GovernmentEnvironment:IST I.4.1 Intelligent environment management, risk and emergency systems (focusing on generic systems)Transport and Tourism:IST I.5.1 Intelligent transport structuresIST I.5.2 Intelligent vehicle systemsIST I.5.4 Intelligent systems for improved tourism and travel servicesIST I.5.3 Best Practice and demonstrations actions in e-fee collection (Take-up)
42 Fourth call: KA II Work Spanning KAII - IST II.1.1 New Perspectives for work and business (RTD and take-up)- IST II.1.2 Knowledge management for eCommerce and eWork- IST II.1.4 Early exploitation and adoption of eCommerece and eWork (Trials, demonstrations)- IST II.1.5 Promoting broad adoption of eCommerce an eWork (Best practice, demonstrations)- IST II.1.6 Specific Support measuresManagement Systems for Suppliers and Consumers- IST II.3.1 Dynamic value constellationsSecurity and other Confidence Building Technologies- IST II.4.2 Large-scale trust and confidence (RTD and take-up)
43 Fourth call: KAIIIInteractive Publishing, digital content and cultural heritageIST III.1.1 Authoring interactive web contentIST III.1.6 Virtual representations of cultural objectsIST III.1.3 Trials and best practice in digital content (Take-up)IST III.1.5 Trials on cultural and scientific content (Take-up)Education and trainingIST III.2.3 Tials and best practice for on-the-job training (Take-up)Human Language TechnologiesIST III.3.3 Multilingual communication services and appliancesInformation Access, Filtering, Analysis and HandlingIST III.4.1 Content-processing for domestic and mobile multimedia platformsIST III.4.2 Information visualisationIST III.4.3 Trials and best practice in Information access and filtering (Take-up)Specific support measuresIST III.5.1 Working Groups, Awareness and Dissemniation
44 Fourth call: KAIV Spanning KAIV Computing, Communications and Networks IST 2000 IV.1.1 Implications assessmmentComputing, Communications and NetworksIST IV.2.2 Real-time systemsIST IV.2.4 Terabit core networksIST IV.2.5 Computing, Comminications and Networks: Take-upTechnologies and engineering for Software, systems and servicesIST IV.3.1 Distributed developments of software and systemsIST IV.3.4 Software, systems and services: Take-upReal-time and Large-scale simulation and visualisation technologiesIST IV.4.1 Real-time simulation and visualisation technologies and servicesIST IV.4.2 Mixed realities and new imaging frontiers for innovative app.&serv.IST IV.4.3 Real-time simulations and mixed realities: Take-upMobile and personal communications and systems,..IST IV.5.4 Fourth G. system and network concepts for wireless comm.
45 Fourth call: KAIV (continue) Interfaces making use of the various sensesIST IV.6.1 Adv. displays and sensors to support syst. and serv. level interfacesIST IV.6.2 User and serv. interfaces and buffers for seamless end-to-end serv.IST IV.6.3 Take-up on advanced displays and sensorsPeripherals, sub-systems and microsystemsIST IV.7.1 Peripherals and network embedded technologiesIST IV.7.3 MicrosystemsIST IV.7.5 Subsystems: Take-upIST IV.7.6 Microsystems: Take-upMicroelectronics - OptoelectronicsIST IV.8.4 Opto-electronic technologiesIST IV.8.5 Advanced micro and opto-electronicsIST IV µelectronics design and test: Take-upIST IV.8.7 Application Specific micro-electronics: Take-upIST IV.8.8 Industrial µelectronics technologies: Take-up
46 CPAs and FET CPAs FET proactive IST V.1.1 (CPA1) Extended home environmentIST V.1.2 (CPA2) User friendliness, Human Factors, multilingual and multimodal dialogue modesFET proactiveIST VI.2.2 P2: Neuroinformatics for “living” artefacts
47 Open submission FET open scheme Support Activities IST VIII.1.1 Project ClustersIST VIII.1.2 Networks of Excellence and working groupsIST VIII.1.3 Channelling of Standardisation and Interoperability initiativeIST VIII.1.4 Improving Human Capital in IST-Research (IHC)IST VIII.1.5 Enabling RTD Co-operation with Newly Associated StatesIST VIII.1.6 Enabling RTD Co-operation with 3rd Countries
48 Roadmap: Fifth IST call (3rd 2000) Call date: September 2000Deadline: December 2000/January 2001Budget: ~200 MEuroAls opened:KA1: ---KA2: 1 Support MeasuresKA3: 2 Take-up/ Support MeasuresKA4: 9 RTD + 5 Take-up/support measuresCPAs: 2 RTDFET: ---
49 For further information... IST helpdeskFax:Official JournalGuide to Future CallsWork ProgrammeIntroduction for ProposersSpecific Guides for Proposers
50 Buenos-Aires June 26th 2000 Jean-Yves ROGER European Commission DG INFSO-F4BU-9 0/187200 Rue de la LoiB-1049 BrusselsPhone:Fax:
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