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1 European Commission DG Information Society C e-Business & e-Work 2001 Venice, October 2001 eBusiness & eWork The Challenges Ahead Dr Rosalie Zobel Director, IST Programme, Key Action II

2 European Commission DG Information Society C Presentation Outline eBusiness & eWork Where are we today? IST Key Action II Its contribution? Business & Work Challenges Ahead Will they be “e”? IST in FP6 Addressing Major Business and Work Challenges

3 European Commission DG Information Society C Presentation Outline eBusiness & eWork Where are we today? IST Key Action II Its contribution? Business & Work Challenges Ahead Will they be “e”? IST in FP6 Addressing Major Business and Work Challenges

4 European Commission DG Information Society C eEconomy? Source: Deloitte Research, 2001 Future of Dot-Coms? Bricks & Clicks Towards e-Companies? Future of Dot-Coms? Bricks & Clicks Towards e-Companies? Global Commerce & e-Commerce $ Trillions 90 % 10 % e-Commerce: $ 7 Trillions for 2004, 10% of all business transactions e-Commerce: $ 7 Trillions for 2004, 10% of all business transactions

5 European Commission DG Information Society C Brochure-ware, basic eCommerce Business-to-business eCommerce Supplier Buyer Supplier Buyer B2B Buyer Supplier EDI networks eCommerce Evolution MARKET EFFICIENCY Source: Morgan Stanley Dean Witter 2000 …from EDI to eMarkets…

6 European Commission DG Information Society C Knowledge workers Portfolio careers Interoperable and ubiquitous technologies: The mobile worker, consumer, citizen User-intuitive, inclusive technologies Innovation & creativity: key sources of value creation eWork: New Competencies lifelong learning new skills

7 European Commission DG Information Society C Value net Vertical integration Dynamic market E-mall E-auction Third party marketplace Value chain integrator Collaboration platform ASP Virtual community Info brokerage high low Dynamics Investment specificity lowhigh single company eBusiness: Dynamism

8 European Commission DG Information Society C The Smart Organisation accounting procurement inventory order entry MRP shipping fullfilment appli- cations accounting procurement asset management network services fullfilment other shared services planning/ scheduling tariffs/taxes portal shipping The Traditional Organisation (4 walls) eBusiness: Internetworking

9 European Commission DG Information Society C R&D Production Logistics Accountin g Planning Quality Supplier Customer Supplier Planning R&D Production Shipping Quality Receivables Sales Purcha- sing R&D Assembly Receiving Quality Payables Planning Customer OLD NEW The Value of Knowledge

10 European Commission DG Information Society C Presentation Outline eBusiness & eWork Where are we today? IST Key Action II Its contribution? Business & Work Challenges Ahead Will they be “e”? IST in FP6 Addressing Major Business and Work Challenges

11 European Commission DG Information Society C IST Workprogramme 2001 Key Action II II.1.1 Action Lines II.1.2 II.1.3 II.1.4 II.2.1 II.2.2 II.3.1 II.4.1 II.4.2 II.1.5 II.1.6 VIII.x V.x Intelligent Workplaces for All Smart Organisations Dynamic Value Constellations Trust & Security Take-up & Dissemination Knowledge Management Mobility and Ubiquity Socio-Economic Analysis Large-scale Demonstrators High-risk/long-term RTD Support Measures & CPAs IMS Calls 6+7bis Call 7 Calls 6+7 Continuous Call 6

12 European Commission DG Information Society C Unit C1: New Working Methods To increase individual and team effectiveness, the quality of working life and the range of work/employment opportunities for all social groups in all regions through development of user-friendly IST and new methods to organise work, and promotion of best practice in their use 70 running IST projects Areas: Workplace design eWork Economic, legal & social RTD Clusters: RTD for sustainability Social & economic RTD Building & construction 70 running IST projects Areas: Workplace design eWork Economic, legal & social RTD Clusters: RTD for sustainability Social & economic RTD Building & construction eWork

13 European Commission DG Information Society C Unit C2: Business Applications RESOURCES customer driven supplier driven tangible intangible Vertical Integration VALUE Value Networks Enterprise Extended The Smart Organisation To promote dynamic, innovative, competitive organisations of all types throughout the EU enabled and internetworked by IST 105 running IST projects Areas: Knowledge Management Smart Organisations eEurope ‘GoDigital’ Take-Ups Economic, legal & social RTD Clusters: Virtual Organisations Knowledge Management Maritime 105 running IST projects Areas: Knowledge Management Smart Organisations eEurope ‘GoDigital’ Take-Ups Economic, legal & social RTD Clusters: Virtual Organisations Knowledge Management Maritime

14 European Commission DG Information Society C Unit C3: Electronic Commerce To keep Europe at the forefront of the global digital economy via facilitating innovation, creating value in the electronic market place and co-operation with leading edge organisations 100 running IST projects Areas: Mobile eBusiness Dynamic Value Constellations Economic, legal & social RTD Clusters: Extended Products Agriculture & food Textiles & Shoes 100 running IST projects Areas: Mobile eBusiness Dynamic Value Constellations Economic, legal & social RTD Clusters: Extended Products Agriculture & food Textiles & Shoes Dynamic Markets Value Chain company business process Value Network Dynamic Markets market

15 European Commission DG Information Society C Unit C4: Information Security & Confidentiality, Intellectual Property To promote the development and widescale deployment of approaches, architectures, systems, technologies and tools that will provide individuals and organisations with assured and appropriate levels of confidence and trust when conducting their ‘business’ in open network environments 42 running IST projects Areas/Clusters: Technologies & infrastructures for trust, security & dependability Secure financing & transactions Digital object transfer eEurope ‘Smart Cards’ 42 running IST projects Areas/Clusters: Technologies & infrastructures for trust, security & dependability Secure financing & transactions Digital object transfer eEurope ‘Smart Cards’ Trust & Confidence

16 European Commission DG Information Society C Intelligent Manufacturing Systems 24 IMS projects (in IST & GROWTH) 11 by IST KA2 (budget ~ 23 M€) Goals: enable industry to contribute to global wealth creation address synchronicity between technology and human needs (eg changing nature of workforce/workplace, development/certification of skills) be agents for global equity and raised living standards (sharing/diffusion of manufacturing knowledge) enhance sustainability and resource efficiency in worldwide manufacturing and delivery of products and associates services

17 European Commission DG Information Society C eEconomy Impact ICT impact Year CIM BPR e-Business Re-structure the economy Re-engineer processes Automate Enterprise Integration Tools Internet & Wireless Technologies Knowledge Technologies Virtual Product Technologies Process Simulation & Modelling Collaborative Platforms Middleware Distributed Control Technologies Standards XML UML Jini VRML TCP-IP CORBA JAVA STEP GSM UMTS RosettaNet SOAP Trust & Confidence

18 European Commission DG Information Society C IST Key Action II Figures & Dates Calls 1-6 ( ): 1376 proposals submitted 253 proposals selected (142 RTD) 329 Meuro (does not include CPA & IMS projects) Call 7: closed 17 October 2001 Call 7bis: closing 4 December 2001 Call 8: to be launched 15 November 2001 closing 21 February 2002

19 European Commission DG Information Society C Presentation Outline eBusiness & eWork Where are we today? IST Key Action II Its contribution? Business & Work Challenges Ahead Will they be “e”? IST in FP6 Addressing Major Business and Work Challenges

20 European Commission DG Information Society C Wireless Meets Internet More handsets connected to the Internet than PCs by end ,200 1, Projected cellular subscribers Projected PCs connected to the Internet Millions Projected Internet- enabled handsets

21 European Commission DG Information Society C Towards mBusiness Technology Issues Security and trust (consumers, businesses) Context-sensitivity (personalisation, location) Service roaming (across a range of devices, platforms, seamless end-to-end) Beyond mobile phones (communicating smart tags, labels, sensors) Mobile Internet and the need for IPv6 The race is on: Europe vs. Japan (WAP vs. iMode)? Intuitive user-interfaces

22 European Commission DG Information Society C “Ambient Intelligence” tomorrow “Our surrounding” is the interface Personalised and for all users Technology is almost invisible Use all senses, intuitive Infinite bandwidth and performance Mobile/Wireless full multimedia Wide adoption of eHealth, elearning,.. Laid-back mode of interaction Context-based knowledge handling Take full advantage of potential > 70% of population on line ICT today PC based ……………………………………….. Driven by professional use ……………….. “Keyboard and screen” ………….………… “Writing and reading”…………..…..……… Low bandwidth………………….…………….. Mobile telephony (voice)………...….…….. e-Services are just emerging……………… Steep usage learning curve……….………. “Word” based information search………. Low level utilisation of possibilities……. Only 5% of global population on-line … Towards an “All-inclusive Knowledge Society”

23 European Commission DG Information Society C Programme Consultation Meeting, April 2001 “Technologies for Major Business & Work Challenges” Some RTD Challenges that were identified at the workshop: Interoperability as ‘design principle’ Ontology-based co-operation spaces (eg shared engineering environments) GRID infrastructure for advanced scalable VOs Contextualised and personalised services & applications Seamless applications with multi-modal interfaces over a variety of fixed & mobile devices trust & confidence synergy e-government e-business e-learning

24 European Commission DG Information Society C Presentation Outline eBusiness & eWork Where are we today? IST Key Action II Its contribution? Business & Work Challenges Ahead Will they be “e”? IST in FP6 Addressing Major Business and Work Challenges

25 European Commission DG Information Society C Towards the European Research Area Support actively EU policies Economic & societal needs Science & Technology Science & Technology Targeted, focused research (FP6) New instruments Synergies with other programmes Broad consensus enhance European competitiveness promote entrepreneurialism fight the skills gap support all-inclusive Information Society sustainability Legal & regulatory framework International Fora (G8, GBDe, WTO, OECD, …)

26 European Commission DG Information Society C A single market... A single currency … The Lisbon Strategy: to become the strongest knowledge-based economy in the world by 2010 The European view of the eEconomy: inclusive, anytime-anywhere accessible, personalised, multi-modal, multi-cultural, … The European Context

27 European Commission DG Information Society C IST in the Sixth Framework Programme ( ) 1)IST is becoming the 2nd largest sector of the economy 6 to 10% of total business; more than 2 million employees (EU) 2)IST innovations are key enablers of economic growth New products and services, re-organised value chains,... 3)IST innovations provide solutions to key societal problems Health, environment, security, education, elderly and disabled,... 4)Research in all disciplines is highly dependent on IST Biotech and genetics, climate change, other science and engineering,...

28 European Commission DG Information Society C IST in FP6 Three building blocks + applied IST Communication and computing infrastructures Components and micro-systems Knowledge and interfaces technologies Applied IST to address major societal and economic challenges

29 European Commission DG Information Society C Create the European Research Area FP6 & the new instruments IPs, NoEs, collaboration with national RTD (Art 169) to bundle RTD resources to achieve critical mass to avoid duplication Consensus building efforts With industry IST for competitiveness; industry-led RTD Within society inclusive & beneficial IST Policies and regulation codes of conduct, standards, legislation etc. co-operation Synergies Create a single market for RTD

30 European Commission DG Information Society C Tools Example: Integrated Projects Focus goal oriented (mission, set of objectives) thematic focus (but also inter-disciplinary) portfolio or cluster of actions (RTD, take-ups, HR training & mobility, policies, standardisation, dissemination, int’l co-operation,...) roadmap, possibly beyond FP scope flexible, user-driven approach links to policy, national programmes, EUREKA, etc. Exploratory scheme brand new ideas to be integrated as they mature, leading to new targeted research activities IP

31 European Commission DG Information Society C FP6 Integrated Projects Example from ESPRIT: OMI 1988: First Workshops 1990: Exploratory project OMI-MAP launched (2 M€) 1992: 20+ focused cluster projects launched (50 M€) hardware technology (call 1); software technology (call 2); tools (call 3); standards, dissemination, co-ordination 1996: Focused cluster in FP4 (150 M€) technology continuation; take-up; SME best practice; standards, dissemination, co-ordination since 1998: Goal achieved - business success To provide Europe with a recognised capability in embedded microprocessor systems and promote their use in applications worldwide

32 European Commission DG Information Society C Main Areas of FP6 Budget (Commission Proposal) Integrating Research (incl.600 MEuro international co-operation) Genomics 2,000 Beuro IST3,600 Beuro Nanotechnologies, intelligent 1,300 Beuro materials, new processes Aeronautics and space1,000 Beuro Food safety0,600 Beuro Sustainable development1,700 Beuro Citizens in knowledge society0,225 Beuro Anticipation of S&T needs2,345 Beuro Structuring ERA Research and Innovation0,300 Beuro Human resources1,800 Beuro Research Infrastructures0,900 Beuro Science/Society0,050 BEuro Reinforcing ERA basis Support to co-ordination0,400 Beuro Support to policy developmt0,050 BEuro 12,770 3, ,270 MEuro

33 European Commission DG Information Society C The timetable for FP6 21 February 2001: Commission proposal to Council and Parliament April 2001:Start consultation process May 2001:Commission proposals on participation rules Commission proposals on Specific Programmes June 2001:Research Council July 2001:Parliament’s first reading of FP6 Oct/Dec 2001:Research council position March 2002:Parliament’s second reading Spring 2002:Conciliation procedure June 2002:Final adoption

34 European Commission DG Information Society C IST Key Action II WP2002 AL II.1.1 – High-Risk/Long-term RTD RTD with a 5-10 years focus AL II.1.2 – Strategic RTD Roadmaps technologies for key security challenges, future e- work systems, organisations & e-business, organisational KM, e-& m-commerce, models & scenarios to shape future policies Foreseen activities building & strengthening RTD communities identifying research tasks & their feasibility Types of actions Thematic networks, accompanying measures (studies, dissemination, working groups, …) AL II.1.3 – Supporting eEurope Take-ups, demonstrations and support activities

35 European Commission DG Information Society C IST Key Action II Call 8 3 Action Lines in WP2002 AL II.1.2 (Strategic Roadmaps) to bridge to FP6 Call 8: to be launched 15 November 2001 closing 21 February 2002

36 European Commission DG Information Society C For more information Web: eeurope/


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