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1 ZOAS 2.0 Session 1 of 2 Exploration of issues and possible ‘breakthroughs’ Facilitating Innovation trough Self Organization and Autonomous Systems Overview ZOAS 1.0 see Overview ZOAS 2.0 see

2 ZOAS ‘afhechting’ ZOAS Doel opdrachtgever (Peter Werkhoven/Directieraad) – De uit ZOAS (tot juni) verkregen inzichten en beschikbare kennis laten doorstromen naar Thema’s Energie, Mobiliteit en Gezond Leven, respectievelijk: ‘smart grids’, ‘cooperate driving’, en ‘darm flora’ Opdracht en uitkomst mbt die 3 deelprojecten: – Stel de potentiele markttoepassingen vast. Potentie gevalideerd aan (en met) de markt. – Geef aan wat is er reeds in huis aan inzichten en kennis. Stel vast wat mogelijk nog ontbreekt (gap). – Schets beoogde Ontwikkeltrajecten (roadmaps) en onderkende kennis lacunes, resulterend in research agenda, met mogelijke allianties… Beoogd Tijdpad: – Half oktober Sessie 1 - Discussie Tussenresultaten met forum uit Thema- reps, PSn, ZOAS team. – Half november Sessie 2 - Discussie Concept eindresultaten met forum – Begin december Oplevering Concept eindrapportage aan directie Project: Verantw: Hans vdB: Sgrids; Lori T: Cdriving; Jan vdG: Dflora. PeterE/Tony geheel. Omvang: 3*30K (3*20 productie+30K afronding)

3 Participants RolePerson Principal Biological SystemsGreef, J. (Jan) van der Biological Systems [ZOAS 1.0]Keijser, B.J.F. (Bart) Biological SystemsTsivtsivadze, E. (Evgeni) Biological SystemsHoorn, B.M. (Tineke) van den Principal Communication Networks [ZOAS|Stuurgroep member] Berg, J.L. (Hans) van den Principal Logistics [ZOAS|Stuurgroep member] Tavasszy, L.A. (Lori) LogisticsRooijen, T. (Tariq) van Principal [ZOAS|Chair Stuurgroep] Essens, P.J.M.D. (Peter) ZOAS|project leaderVliet, A.J. (Tony) van ZOAS|project memberHuis in 't Veld, M.A.A. (Mirjam) ABM specialistVecht, B. (Bob) van der Hours and Travel Costs to be billed to /01.01

4 Agenda Session 1 TimeActivity 12:30Informal Lunch 13:00Welcome and Introduction 13:15Issue ‘darmflora’ –Presentation –Discussion –How to proceed 14:15Issue ‘smart grids’ –Presentation –Discussion –How to proceed 15:15Issue ‘cooperate driving’ –Presentation –Discussion –How to proceed 16:15Wrap-up 16:30End

5 ZOAS 1.0 Issue Strengths: rich assets, multi-sector, multi-domain, multi-disciplinary, multiple applicable technologies Weakness: fragmented, ‘bewust onbekwaam’ Opportunities: complex (wicked) problems (Grand Challenges, TopSectoren, BigSociety,….) Threats: losing ‘right to play’ Issue Strengths: rich assets, multi-sector, multi-domain, multi-disciplinary, multiple applicable technologies Weakness: fragmented, ‘bewust onbekwaam’ Opportunities: complex (wicked) problems (Grand Challenges, TopSectoren, BigSociety,….) Threats: losing ‘right to play’ (expected) Results Targeted sensor development (AMSN) Control Rooms (interaction design) Multi-stakeholder collaboration (goal setting) (Cyber)security (anomaly detection) E-freight systems (autonomous parcels) Smart Grids (distributed power generation) Living Labs (evidence based CD&E) ……………………….. (expected) Results Targeted sensor development (AMSN) Control Rooms (interaction design) Multi-stakeholder collaboration (goal setting) (Cyber)security (anomaly detection) E-freight systems (autonomous parcels) Smart Grids (distributed power generation) Living Labs (evidence based CD&E) ……………………….. Approach ETP SOAS roadmaps with stakeholders network thinking and representation system dynamics & agent based modelling anomaly detection & pattern recognition self learning algorithms meta data architecture Community building within and between stakeholders and disciplines goal synchronization, shared values, appreciation of diversity, crowd sourcing R&D enhancement in ETP’s & VP’s awareness of ‘adaption, robustness & learning’ system behavior is emergent in complex systems Approach ETP SOAS roadmaps with stakeholders network thinking and representation system dynamics & agent based modelling anomaly detection & pattern recognition self learning algorithms meta data architecture Community building within and between stakeholders and disciplines goal synchronization, shared values, appreciation of diversity, crowd sourcing R&D enhancement in ETP’s & VP’s awareness of ‘adaption, robustness & learning’ system behavior is emergent in complex systems Impact External Enhancing competiveness Facilitating fair and sustainable societies Combining people and knowledge Internal Satisfaction & Productivity Creativity & Innovation Adaption, Robustness & Learning Trust & Prosperity Impact External Enhancing competiveness Facilitating fair and sustainable societies Combining people and knowledge Internal Satisfaction & Productivity Creativity & Innovation Adaption, Robustness & Learning Trust & Prosperity SOAS from controlling the predictable to managing the unpredictable

6 Darm flora Overall system description is given on factors involved in BRD A multi-factor, multi-level, multi-stakeholder complex problem Levels need to be delineated more precisely Identification of [significant] microbes, their interactions, and factors involved at level microbial network is required, cow is then seen as environment, this the would make ABM possible Identification of actors and factors and interactions at organism level (cow & humans) is also required, but not the focus, for now? Which issue will be resolved by this approach, which stakeholders will benefit from this research in the future? System dynamics approach seems useful to combine both levels of analysis Utility of SOAS Self organization is thwarted by indiscriminate use of antibiotics [evolution of resistant microbes] Strategy Maximization of beef production is leading, consequences for animal welfare and human public health are emerging Optimization of beef production could be alternative strategy for the (near)future

7 Smart Grids Background has been described: a multi- factor, multi-level, multi-stakeholder complex problem A number of issues has been put forward Which issue will be addressed needs to be decided, depends on which stakeholder will be served, a system dynamics approach could bring clarity ¿MARVEL? Utility of SOAS Human behaviour and decision making are central to supply and demand balancing at all system levels; can this be (partially) automated to achieve affordable, fair and sustainable energy economy in the (near)future?

8 Cooperate Driving A combination of cooperate and smart logistics is being considered Issues need to be defined Which stakeholders to be served needs to be defined Utility of SOAS Is not yet clear


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