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1 1 eServices for ALL: the i2010 Initiative Jean-Francois Junger European Commission DG Information Society

2 2 Presentation outline 1.CIP 2.FP7 –ICT Work Programme –Challenges, FETs, Horizontal Support –ICT Calls for Proposal 3.D-Space and eLearning

3 3 CIP - ICT Policy Support Programme

4 4 ICT policy framework: i2010 initiative Comprehensive and holistic approach for EU Information Society and Media policies Three priorities –Completing the Single European Information Space –Strengthening innovation and investment in research –Achieving an Inclusive European Information society Legislation, regulation Coordination, consensus-building –From Plan to delivery, less political talk; more implementation Financial support –ICT in CIP: To drive forward innovation through the adoption and best use of ICTs –ICT in FP7: To strengthen Europe’s leadership role in mastering and shaping the development of ICTs –In addition, Cohesion & Structural Funds

5 5 CIP : 3 specific programmes Entrepreneurship & Innovation (EIP) € 2.166 million incl. € 430 for eco-innovation ICT Policy (ICT) € 728 million Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) € 727 million EIP committee IEE committee ICT committee 3621 M€ for 2007 – 2013 (current prices)

6 6 ICT Policy Support Programme: Budget ICT PSP (728.4 M€ for 2007-13), indicative profile These are Commitment budgets: WP budgets can be different In addition, eContent+: 93.4 M€, ~45 M€ in 2007 and 48 M€ in 2008 –Has its own legal base for 2007-8 In total: 822 M€ for 2007-2013

7 7 ICT PSP: general objectives Accelerate the development of a sustainable, competitive, innovative and inclusive Information Society By : –developing the single information space –ensuring wider uptake and better use of ICT –enabling an inclusive Information Society Building on the experience of eContent(+); eTen ; Modinis

8 8 Developing the Single Information Space ensuring seamless access to electronic services –mainly studies, analysis, benchmarks,.. improving the conditions for the development of digital content –Important part of the budget, –eContent + in 2007-08 monitoring the European Information Society –mainly studies, analysis, benchmarks,..

9 9 Innovation, adoption and investment in ICT Wider uptake of innovative ICT –ICT uptake in processes, products and services (in particular SMEs) Facilitating public and private interaction/partnerships –for accelerating innovation and investments in ICTs Promoting and raising awareness

10 10 An inclusive IS with better services in areas of public interest Services in areas of public interest showing the way –demand-led innovation Improving quality, efficiency and effectiveness of ICT-based services in areas of public interest –enabling European enterprises (SMEs) to benefit from the wide business opportunities offered by ICT-based services in areas of public interest Benefits to all citizens –widening ICT accessibility and digital literacy An important part of the budget

11 11 ICT PSP – activities Pilot projects thematic networks (including best practice actions) Policy analyses, development and coordination with participating countries Promotion, communication, information sharing and dissemination possibly Projects of common interest (public procurement based on commonly agreed specification) – as an option within the programme, this is not foreseen in 2007

12 12 ICT PSP WP2007: Approach Focus: given the limited budget –To maximise impact Providing means to measure impact –In a particular field or theme, on a particular constituency Balance between –Activities building on, and strengthening Member States actions –Activities stimulating new actions in public and private sector

13 13 WP2007: Themes and Horizontal actions (still under discussion) Selection of main themes –policy priority areas as expressed in the i2010 initiative –need for financial intervention at EU level –expected impact on the CIP objectives –readiness of the stakeholders to engage in an action when appropriate For 2007, three main themes proposed –eGovernment, eID, Ageing and inclusion, eHealth Horizontal and other actions –SMEs related actions –Networking and consensus building actions (intelligent cars, sustainable growth, privacy) –Promotion actions, Benchmarking, studies on Information society development

14 14 WP2007: Structure WP focused on a set of themes and horizontal actions –The theme defines the ultimate socio-economic goals Themes and horizontal actions are addressed through a set of objectives –To be achieved through community contribution and their impact An objective is supported with Pilot (s) A or B Thematic Network (s) –Through Calls for applications Awareness, benchmarking, conferences, Studies, –Through Calls for tenders (details defined in the tender pack) or grants (without call for applications, according to EU financial rules) Details defined in the workprogramme

15 15 Type A pilots in 2007 (still under discussion) Goal: ………service pilots with interoperability as the central theme aiming to demonstrate a “federated” solution and borderless operation of national systems Outcome: ….to implement an open, common interoperable solution with results widely disseminated and available to all member states Duration: ….typically 36 months with a pilot service operating for 12 months Response: …a proposal embracing existing national activities and evaluated to the published evaluation criteria Scale: ………implementation in at least 6 Member States but with the potential to scale up to all member states Participants:National administrations (relevant National Competence Centres), service providers, industrial stakeholders & users Funding: …..supports up to 50% of cost of the effort to achieve interoperability Community contribution available is 5-10M€ / pilot)

16 16 Type B pilots in 2007 (still under discussion) Goal: ………a first implementation of an ICT based innovative service carried out under realistic conditions Outcome: ….operational pilot service demonstrating significant impact potential and the engagement of a complete value-chain of stakeholders Duration: ….typically 24-36 months with a pilot service operating for 12 months Response: …competing proposals addressing a workprogramme objective and evaluated to the published evaluation criteria Scale: ………implemented in at least 4 Member States and with potential to scale to all member states Participants:relevant public authorities (sustaining partners), service providers, industrial stakeholders and users Funding: …..supports (up to 50%) of the costs of implementing the pilot service Community contribution available is 2-3M€ / pilot)

17 17 Thematic Networks (still under discussion) Goal ………to bring together relevant stakeholders, expertise and facilities to support the implementation of Information Society policies using ICT. The network must have clear objectives and measurable outcomes (not a generic exploratory or support activity) Outcome: …to exchange good practices and to develop new policy implementation schemes, to facilitate replication and co- deployment of innovative solutions, to prepare future pilot or implementation activities. The outcomes of the work of Thematic Networks shall be in the public domain Duration: …typically 18-36 months Response: …competing proposals addressing a TN workprogramme objective and evaluated to the published evaluation criteria Participants: to be proposed by least 7 key stakeholders from 7 member states, but open to participation by entities from any EU member state Funding: …Community contribution supports up to 100% of the additional cost of work directly related to the network objective. Community contribution available is 300-500K€ / network

18 18 WP time table Preparation of the work-programme on going rules, contracts and user guides Opinion by Committee March 07 Guide for proposersFeb-March 07 Commission decision on WP end April 07 First Call May 07 Evaluation, negotiationAutumn 07 Projects start early 2008

19 19 More information about the entire CIP programme about ICT Policy support programme (soon available)

20 20 1.ICT Work Programme 2007-2008 and beyond Work programme 2007-2008 has –3 major calls –FET Open call –Joint call with the Security theme Yet no detailed planning beyond 2008 In practice we would anticipate two calls per year!

21 21 1. ICT Work Programme Approach and structure A limited set of Challenges that –respond to well-identified industry and technology needs and/or –target specific socio-economic goals A Challenge is addressed through a limited set of Objectives that form the basis of Calls for Proposals An Objective is described in terms of –target outcome - in terms of characteristics –expected impact - in terms of industrial competitiveness, societal goal, technology progress A total of 25 Objectives expressed within 7 Challenges

22 22 Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) 2. Cognitive systems, interaction, robotics 1. Network and service infrastructures 3. Components, systems, engineering 4. Digital libraries and content 5. ICT for health 6. ICT for mobility & sustainable growth 7. ICT for independent living and inclusion Socio-economic goals Industry/Tech needs 1.ICT Work Programme 2007 Challenges

23 23 2. Challenge 1 targets “Convergence” emerging but: user handles separate networks a multiplicity of devices disparate services Billions of devices connected Security and trust are “added on” Robustness/dependability a key hurdle Difficulty to cope with the fragmentation of the value chain Anywhere, anytime, any device seamless, ubiquitous broadband, mobile reconfigurable to load/use/context Trillions of devices connected “Built-in” security and trust Highly dependable software and systems Full support to distributed value chains and to the networked enterprise Today5 – 10 years

24 24 2. Challenge 2 targets Robots operating in ‘modelled’, ‘structured’ and ‘constrained’ environments industrial robots ‘programmed’ service robots Basic understanding of computational representations of cognitive processes first applications in cognitive vision Human-machine interactions that are rather static / passive unable to adapt to human behaviours and to empower humans in their interactions Robots, machines and systems exhibiting advanced behaviour operating with gaps in knowledge operating in open-ended env.s operating in dynamic / frequently changing environments Machines and systems that understand their users / context learning from observation adapting to context Systems that analyse and understand multimedia and multimodal digital information all senses, gestures, natural language – ‘human-in-the-loop’ Today5 – 15 years

25 25 2. Challenge 3 targets 45 nanometer node 300 mm wafers Conventional CMOS Silicon dominate ‘homogeneous’ integration Photonics applications emerging Design gap for embedded software Unable to analyse aggregate behaviours, predict and control systems Today5 – 10 years Below the 32 nanometer node 450 mm wafers materials, processes, interconnects, design, manufacturing New materials, higher levels of integration more heterogeneous (SoC, SiP) Wider use of advanced photonics Higher productivity in the design of embedded systems / software Higher control capacity of large- scale real time embedded systems Embedded computing

26 26 2. Challenge 4 targets Limited access and usability content not efficiently exploited interactivity limited to smart menus Tools for capturing and editing still in their infancy Content is not personalised Learning tools primarily focus on the delivery of content Today5 – 10 years “Digital libraries” widely available easy to create, access, interpret, use and preserve content and knowledge cost-effective, reliable, multilingual Advanced authoring tools Effective semantic-based systems and knowledge management Mass-individualisation of learning experiences with ICT (mid-term); adaptive and intuitive learning systems (longer term).

27 27 2. Challenge 5 targets Citizens, healthy or under treatment, cannot monitor their health no access to comprehensive and secure Electronic Health Records Health professionals do not have fast and easy access to patient- specific data @ point-of-need to support diagnosis or plan clinical interventions Health authorities do not make sufficient use of information processing systems Today5 – 10 years Innovative systems and services for personalised health monitoring. e.g. wearable/portable ICT systems Efficient systems for point-of-care diagnostics e.g. alert and management support ICT-based prediction, detection and monitoring of adverse effects e.g. data mining Tools for patient-specific computational modelling & simulation of organs or systems (longer term)

28 28 2. Challenge 6 targets Safety of vehicles and their energy efficiency have improved, but the “zero-accident scenario” is still a distant goal current vehicle active safety (driver warning, hazard detection …) is still limited to stand-alone systems Risk management systems provide isolated solutions no coordinated ICT-triggered alert of rescue and security forces Infrastructures are not sufficiently energy efficient transport, buildings, production plants … Today5 – 10 years Intelligent Vehicle Systems secure and reliable vehicle-to- vehicle and vehicle-to- infrastructure comm systems optimised traffic management at large scale + mobility services Fully integrated management systems / shared data to monitor, warn and react to environmental and other risks Intelligent monitoring of energy production, distribution, trading and use

29 29 2. Challenge 7 targets Research on technology for independent living is in its infancy systems for inclusion assistive technology Increasing complexity and limited usability of many products and services eAccessibility Lack of interoperability between existing inclusive systems Lack of interoperability between assistive technologies and mainstream ICT Today5 – 10 years ICT-based solutions extending independence and prolonging active participation in society ICT solutions that help reduce the 30% of the population currently not using ICT user-friendly systems Cost-effective, interoperable solutions enabling seamless and reliable integration of devices and services

30 30 2. Future and Emerging Technologies Objective To lay foundations of the ICT innovations of tomorrow To foster trans-disciplinary research excellence in emerging ICT-related research domains To help emerging research communities to organise and structure their research agenda Impact Pathfinder role: prepare for future ICT directions in the WP Create new long-term competitive options for ICT Avoid ‘tunnel vision’ in FP7, by exploring unconventional ‘minority’ options and opportunities off the beaten track

31 31 International cooperation –To pave the way for strategic partnerships in view of developing global standards and interoperable solutions and strengthening EU competitiveness –To widen the diffusion of the information society, especially in developing countries and strengthened the EU policy for development Trans-national co-operation among National Contact Points –One proposal including officially appointed NCPs –To improve NCP service across Europe –To help to simplify access to FP7 calls –To lower the entry barriers for newcomers –To raise the quality of submitted proposals Horizontal support actions

32 32 3. ICT Calls for Proposal 1 Open: ~Jan 2007 - Close: 24 April 2007 30 M€3. ICT in support of the networked enterprise 25 M€4. Computing systems 40 M€3. Embedded systems design 63 M€2. Organic and large-area electronics and display systems 86 M€ 1. Next generation nanoelectronics components and electronics integration Challenge 3: 96 M€1. Cognitive systems, interaction, robotics Challenge 2: 85 M€5. Networked media 90 M€4. Secure, dependable and trusted infrastructures 120 M€2. Service & software architectures, infrastructures & engineering 200 M€1. The network of the future BudgetChallenge 1: Note: Budget allocations are indicative, implementation issues still under discussion

33 33 FET proactive: 20 M€1. Nano-scale ICT devices and systems 20 M€2. Pervasive adaptation 20 M€3. Bio-ICT convergence Horizontal support actions 7 M€International cooperation 65 M€ FET-Open (separate Call for Proposals) 30 M€1. ICT and ageing Challenge 7: 57 M€1. ICT for the intelligent vehicles and mobility services Challenge 6: 30 M€2. Advanced ICT for risk assessment and patient safety 72 M€ 1. Personal health systems for monitoring and point-of-care diagnostics Challenge 5: 51 M€2. Intelligent content and semantics 52 M€1. Digital libraries and technology-enhanced learning BudgetChallenge 4: 3. ICT Calls for Proposal 1: ~Jan-Apr 2007+ FET Open – continuous, close 31 Dec 2008

34 34 3. ICT Calls for Proposal Open: May/Jun 2007 - Close: Sep/Oct 2007 Challenge 6: 48 M€2. ICT for cooperative systems 54 M€3. ICT for environmental management and energy efficiency Challenge 5: 72 M€3. Virtual physiological human 47 M€7. Networked embedded and control systems Challenge 7: 43 M€2. Accessible and inclusive ICT 83 M€6. Micro/nanosystems 90 M€5. Photonic components and subsystems +20/securityChallenge 3: 20 M€ Critical infrastructure protection (open: Sep, close: Dec 2007) 40 M€6. New paradigms and experimental facilities BudgetChallenge 1: Note: Budget allocations are indicative, implementation issues still under discussion

35 35 3. ICT Calls for Proposal Open: Dec 2007 - Close: Mar 2008 5 M€International cooperation 3 M€Trans-national co-operation among NCPs FET 20 M€4. Science of complex systems for socially intelligent ICT 20 M€5. Embodied intelligence 20 M€6. ICT forever yours Horizontal support actions Challenge 4: 50 M€1. Digital libraries and technology-enhanced learning 50 M€2. Intelligent content and semantics 97 M€1. Cognitive systems, interaction, robotics BudgetChallenge 2: Note: Budget allocations are indicative, implementation issues still under discussion

36 36 3. ICT Calls for Proposal FP7 Capacities Programme ICT-related Research Infrastructures ICT based research e-infrastructures –high-capacity and high-performance communication and grid empowered infrastructures, distributed supercomputing facilities, data storage and advanced visualisation facilities –Calls early + late 2007 Integrating Activities –To provide research services for ICT experience and application research, nano-electronics and integrated micro-/nano-systems research, and embedded systems research –Call late 2007

37 37 Where does D-Space Fit? Comes out of IST and eTEN Gives access to all to an unreachable universe

38 38 Thank you! Just do it!

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