Presentation on theme: "NESSI-Hungary Software and Services National Technology Platform general overview Attila Haraszti (HP Hungary)"— Presentation transcript:
NESSI-Hungary Software and Services National Technology Platform general overview Attila Haraszti (HP Hungary)
Page 2 Modelled on NESSI(-Europe) Initiative by Hungarian Association of IT Companies (IVSz). Platform creation started in Nov Lead by Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME). Professional coordination by BME Organizational coordination by IVSz Supported by National Office for Research and Techology (NKTH). Currently over 90 members form industry and academia Open for any other organization (Hungarian ICT stakeholders). No fee membership. National Initiative for Software and Services
Page 3 Members 92 members –53SME –9Enterprise –8Multi –2Academy –6University –5Association –3Government –6Others
Page 4 Main goals To establish and maintain cooperation with national and international partners (e.g. Hungarian e-Government development framework). To elaborate its basic documents: –Vision, –Strategic Research Agenda, –Implementation Plan. To initiative industry-university R&D (e.g. ). To assist its members joining in FP7 projects. To expand NESSI-Hungary. Self-sustaining.
Page 5 Working Groups (WGs) Activities in NESSI-Hungary are realised in WGs. Open to all members. WGs are organised in two dimension. Six technology oriented (professional) WGs 1. Process Management2. Interoperability 3. Architecture – SOA4. Software engineering 5. IT Security and CIIP6. Software quality Domain oriented WGs. e-Government Actuality: Hungarian e-Government development programme with EU funding e-Health Working Group will start soon
Adaptability to heterogeneous environmentsEnergetic and economic sustainability Efficient data and traffic managementAvailability, ubiquity and simplicity Scalable and dynamic routing and addressingSecurity, privacy and trust Future Network Infrastructure
Page 7 Future Internet Overview Adaptability to heterogeneous environmentsEnergetic and economic sustainability Efficient data and traffic managementAvailability, ubiquity and simplicity Scalable and dynamic routing and addressingSecurity, privacy and trust Future Network Infrastructure Future Network Society Accomodation of all user ideas and requirements Interactive multimedia content everywhere and easy to search Communication of context aware autonomic objects Consumers enjoying permanent, seamless and confident services Internet by and for People Internet of Contents and Knowledge Internet of Things Internet of Services