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NESSI NATIONAL INITIATIVES: THE LOCAL IMPLEMENTATION OF NESSI Santi Ristol, Atos Origin NESSI2010 & INES Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit.

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1 NESSI NATIONAL INITIATIVES: THE LOCAL IMPLEMENTATION OF NESSI Santi Ristol, Atos Origin NESSI2010 & INES Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit

2 NESSI National and Regional Initiatives An example of a National Initiative: INES (NESSI Spain) Conclusion Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit Agenda

3 Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit NESSI Strategy 2008 2009-2010 2011 - … Strengthen a stable network between national & regional initiatives and NESSI Joint initiatives Maintain and strengthen coordination links between NESSI and national and regional initiatives Creation of a network of networks Active collaboration: - Between National & Regional Platforms - Between NESSI and National and Regional Platforms Building Trust & Initial Collaborations

4 Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit NESSI Landcape NESSI NESSI National Initiative 2 NESSI National Initiative 1 NESSI Regional Initiative 1 GloCal Strategy Think Global, Act Local

5 Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit What is a NESSI National & Regional Initiative (NRIS) A network of clusters/platforms from a certain area around Sofware & Services, forming a community with representatives from business, academia & end-users Sharing knowledgeAligning Strategic Research Agendas Collaborating in research projects and other initiatives Memorandum of Understanding s Defined & Regulated in a Memorandum of Understanding signed by all NRIS

6 Memorandum of Understanding 6 Base for collaboration between the various NESSI national platforms in Europe in the field of ICT and services. Clarification to other organizations about the organization of the national platforms for ICT and services. Help emerging platforms to join the group: this document gives insight into what to expect when joining the group.

7 MoU – Table of contents 1.Introduction and purpose 2.Structure and membership 3.General motivation a.Why ICT & Services? b.The need of a network 4.Strategy and mode of operation 5.Goals and expected results 6.Communication (Audiences, Key messages, Tools and activities) 7.Annex – Lists of current members 7

8 Our Network Today Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit Initial discussions with ITIDA from Egypt

9 Our Social Network http://nessiplatforms.ning.com/ http://nessiplatforms.ning.com/ Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit

10 NESSI National and Regional Initiatives An example of a National Initiative: INES (NESSI Spain) Conclusion Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit Agenda

11 Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit INES is the SpanishTecnology Platform in the area of Software and Services Launched officially on the 15th December 2005. It is a scientific-technological network integrating all stakeholder in the TIC sector (companies, universities, research centers) and users. Created with the mission to increase the competitiveness of the TIC Spanish Industry, in order to position it among the European leaders in software and services. What is INES?

12 Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit Loss of Competitiveness of Spanish companies Need to populate services in the network and foster their usage by individuals and companies improving their daily productivity Significant gap between the state of the art and practice Low participation in decision bodies Improve the collaboration between private companies and Universities/Technology Centers The need of INES. Why?

13 Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit Governance Model

14 Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit Evolution of Members

15 INES Competencies Map General remarks Published on-line since begining of March 2010 through the INES web page (www.ines.org.es)www.ines.org.es Each member fills his own competencies map (one representative per member) There is a prize draw for a trip to INES General Assembly in Bilbao among the entities which fill the map before 9th April Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit

16 INES Competencies Map How to fill it Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit

17 INES Competencies Map First results overview Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit Requirements Engineering: specification and tracking; verification and validation Processes Engineering: methodologies for deployment in organizations; software quality management Methodologies and tools for Service-Oriented Architectures Services generation for users

18 Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit Technological Applications Special Strategic Research Agenda Institutional Committee Promoting Innovation through Public Procurement eInclusion eLearning eTourism eLogistic eGovernment Software Engineering Open Source Software Service Engineering Service Oriented Infrastructures Evolution of the web Multimodal Interfaces Green IT Future Internet Software Quality Working Groups

19 INES Projects in 2005-2007 Strategic Research Agenda Institutional Committee eInclusion eLearning eTourism Software Engineering Open Source Software Service Engineering Services Infrastructure Web evolution 2006 20072005

20 eLearning eTourism eInclusion Software Engineering Open Source Software Service Engineering Services Infrastructure Web evolution Future Internet Multimodal Interfaces Green IT SUMA VULCANO Es.internet-exp MyMobileWeb FLEXO FINES DESTINO COMPOSETOUR INFUTUR e-NETWORK SEDEM TRUSTED BANKING COMODORO ISORTE REALTH U-CARE CISVI AMI4INCLUSION ViaBLE INES Proposals in 2008 COMPETENT GODO PLATA MULTIPOL Steering Board General Assembly PubSub4RT NESSI Projects Summit

21 INES Projects in 2009 Spanish Call AVANZA I+D 2009 (Future internet & Digital Content) 42 proposals with INES stamp 24 projects accepted (57% success) 16 M funding 31 M loan 14 originated in INES Working Groups Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit

22 Vulcano www.ines.org.es/vulcano/ Contact – Clara Pezuela, Atos Origin (Clara.pezuela@atosori gin.com)Clara.pezuela@atosori gin.com – Lara López, Atos Origin (Lara.lopez@atosorigin. com)Lara.lopez@atosorigin. com NESSI Projects Summit Objectives and context – Provide agile methodologies to facilitate and monitor the development process. – Provide mechanisms and quality measurements to make OS more reliable. – Provide innovative business models to encourage companies to adopt solutions based and/or developed using OS. Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010

23 Vulcano Available results – Forge deployed in a collaborative environment based in last generation technologies (SOAP, REST, Web 2.0). – Application of new technologies related to semantic and distributed infrastructures. – Launch a Competence Center to disseminate and transfer OS advantages and business models. – Bringing together scientific and business world enforcing collaboration and communication. NESSI Projects SummitValencia, 12 and 13 April 2010

24 ViaBLE http://proyectoviable.com Contact – Sergio García Caso, Treelogic (infoidi@treelogic.com)infoidi@treelogic.com Objectives and context – Develop a service platform for Independent Living and Urban accessibility – Difficulties for the impaired people to move in their cities with ease. – Provide them a tool to avoid the obstacles and report the problems of accessibility found. NESSI Projects SummitValencia, 12 and 13 April 2010

25 ViaBLE Available results – Accessible for all services platform – Personalized services depending on the characteristics of each user – Accessible routes calculation – Complete report of a city accessibility – Manage tools for public administrations – Collaborative environment NESSI Projects SummitValencia, 12 and 13 April 2010

26 CISVI Objectives and context CISVI implements the ESdI methodology (social research spaces) in four different scenarios: work integration, elderly health care, independent living and eGovernment. CISVI objectives are to: – Increase the social impact of the investigation results. – Foster innovation led by people. – Identify user needs to guide the definition of the research objectives before research activities actually start. www.cisvi.es Contact – Angel Labrador, Atos Origin (angel.labrador@atosresearch.eu)angel.labrador@atosresearch.eu – Daniel Molina, Germinus (dmolina@germinus.com)dmolina@germinus.com NESSI Projects SummitValencia, 12 and 13 April 2010

27 CISVI Available results – Currently the main efforts of CISVI focus on the development and integration of mobility solutions and learning tools (such as accessible authoring tool, teleconference system or PDA/smartphone applications). – The CISVI methodology on social research spaces (involving users and stakeholders at all stages of the research) is being defined and further improved. NESSI Projects SummitValencia, 12 and 13 April 2010

28 www.ui3.es Helping Spanish companies to participate in FP7 through UI3 NESSI Projects SummitValencia, 12 and 13 April 2010

29 NESSI National and Regional Initiatives An example of a National Initiative: INES (NESSI Spain) Conclusion Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit Agenda

30 1) NRIs offer additional opportunities to Think Global BUT Act locally, around Software & Services. 2) Our network will be one of the instruments to fight fragmentation and to foster transnational collaboration. 3) Support and align research efforts towards Future Internet and other international opportunities. Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit Conclusion

31 16:30 - 16:35 Introduction (Santi Ristol, INES) 16:35 - 16:50 NRIs Current Status (Sjoerd Meihuizen, IIP SAAS) 16:50 - 17:05 The Birth of a new National Initiative National Initiative Sweden (Paul Johannesson) 17:05 - 17:30 National Initiatives general overview The role of NESSI Slovenia in realizing the vision of the Future Internet (Mrs. Ana ROBNIK Iskratel, Slovenia). National Initiative Hungary (Attila Haraszti, Hewlett-Packard Information Technology Ltd. Hungary) 17:30 17:50 Opportunities for NRIS in Future Internet PPP (Nuria de Lama, Atos Origin) 17:50 18:00 Questions and Answers Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit TOMORROW 16:30 - 18:00 NRIs Workshop

32 - Presentation of renewed Strategic Research Agenda - Applying IT in different sectors (Logistics, Health, Construction, Tourism, eAdministration) - Elections Executive Board 2010-2012 - Opportunities (IBEROEKA, EUROSTARS, FPT ICT Call 7, PPP Future Internet) - Working groups meetings Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit 5th INES General Assembly 9th-11th June, Bilbao

33 We thank our Sponsors Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit

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