Presentation on theme: "Information Society Technologies Workprogramme 2000 DG Information Society European Commission."— Presentation transcript:
Information Society Technologies Workprogramme 2000 DG Information Society European Commission
~1200 MEuro ~1200 MEuro ~950 MEuro ~950 MEuro ~850 MEuro ~850 MEuro ~330 MEuro ~330 MEuro 1999 Jan Apr Jul Oct Jan Apr Jul Oct2000 Jan Apr Jul Oct Budget 1999 Budget 2000 Budget 2001 Budget 2002 Call-1Call-2Call-3Call-4Call-5Call-6Call-7Call-8 IST timetable
ISTAG Vision - “orientations for WP2000 and beyond” ”C reate an ambient intelligence landscape (for seamless delivery of services and applications) in Europe relying also upon testbeds and open source software, develop user-friendliness, and develop and converge the networking infrastructure in Europe to world-class" ”C reate an ambient intelligence landscape (for seamless delivery of services and applications) in Europe relying also upon testbeds and open source software, develop user-friendliness, and develop and converge the networking infrastructure in Europe to world-class"
IST vision - examples In the car In the car –Route optimisation & navigation (efficiency) –Interpretation and reaction to obstacles (safety) –Communications (mobile office) At home At home –Natural interactions (voice, gesture) –Services accessible everywhere (convenience) –Security (protection), comfort (control) and care (illness) In the office In the office –Where is my office ? Where is my integrated toolset ? universe of services …….. Government EnvironmentHealthMediaLearning Business
IST vision: Shift in business, work and service models New services and products development and provision schemes: New services and products development and provision schemes: –“Dynamic value chains” reshaping business, work and servicing. –Towards interoperation of applications and services integration across companies and organisations. Mobile work force and mobile and ubiquitous e-business transactions. Mobile work force and mobile and ubiquitous e-business transactions. Natural and seamless access to bundles of services at work Natural and seamless access to bundles of services at work –Knowledge, training, collaborative tools,...
Main highlights : Key Action I Stronger focus on advancing the state-of-the-art for improved services: Stronger focus on advancing the state-of-the-art for improved services: –System integration, specific targeted components –Ubiquitous/mobile access and advanced interaction modes Strong industrial/user participation desirable Strong industrial/user participation desirable New New –Health : Best practice and testbeds in regional healthcare –Administrations : smart government –Elderly & disabled : Intelligent assistive systems & interfaces –Environment : data fusion and smart sensors for demining –Transport : Best practice in electronic fee collection
KAI: Areas and AL’s Health Systems for health promotion and disease prevention Systems for health promotion and disease prevention Environments for patients Systems for general practitioners and nurses Demonstrations and best practice Administration Smart Government 2005 Environment Environmental management, risk and emergency systems Transport and tourism Infrastructure for improved mobility management Systems for secure vehicles Systems for improved tourism and travel services Demonstrations and best practice Elderly and disabled Assistive systems and interfaces to compensate for functional impairments functional impairments
Key Action II: Main Highlights Promoting visionary RTD with high potential payoffs Promoting visionary RTD with high potential payoffs –Two new themes cutting across the Key Action: Mobile & Ubiquitous eCommerce and eWorkMobile & Ubiquitous eCommerce and eWork Knowledge Management for eCommerce & eWorkKnowledge Management for eCommerce & eWork –Four refocused core themes: Sustainable Workplace Design, “Smart” Organisations,Sustainable Workplace Design, “Smart” Organisations, Dynamic Value Constellations, Trust&SecurityDynamic Value Constellations, Trust&Security Promoting Early Exploitation & Broad Adoption Promoting Early Exploitation & Broad Adoption Socio-economic research Socio-economic research
Important details - Calls in rd Call 300 MEURO 4th Call 450 MEURO 5th Call 200 MEURO
Third IST call (First call in 2000) Open date: February 10 Open date: February 10 Deadline: May 10 Deadline: May 10 Evaluation starts: Early June Evaluation starts: Early June Results in July Results in July Budget: 300 MEuros Budget: 300 MEuros KA1: 5 RTD ALs and one Take-up/demo KA1: 5 RTD ALs and one Take-up/demo KA2: 4 RTD ALs +1 AM KA2: 4 RTD ALs +1 AM KA3: 6 RTD Als + 1 AM KA3: 6 RTD Als + 1 AM KA4: 2 RTD Als KA4: 2 RTD Als 4 CPA’s, 1FET Proactive, 3 RN 4 CPA’s, 1FET Proactive, 3 RN
Third call: KAI Health: Health: –IST I.1.1 Intelligent environment for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention –IST I.1.2 Intelligent environment for patients –IST I.1.3 Advanced interactive environment for doctors and nurses –IST I.1.4 Best Practice and Demonstration actions in Regional Healthcare Networks Eldely and disabled: Eldely and disabled: –IST I.2.1 Intelligent assistive systems and interfaces to Compensate for Functional Impairments. Humanitarian demining: Humanitarian demining: –IST I.4.2 Data Fusion and Smart Sensor Technologies for Humanitarian Demining
2000 Workprogramme Important details - official texts
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