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Briefing on Cal-(IT) 2 Presentation to the California Office of Emergency Services CIO Team UCSD Scripps Institute of Oceanography La Jolla, CA February 20, 2002 Larry Smarr Department of Computer Science and Engineering Jacobs School of Engineering, UCSD Director, California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology
Governor Davis Has Initiated Four New Institutes for Science and Innovation UCSB UCLA California NanoSystems Institute UCSF UCB California Institute for Bioengineering, Biotechnology, and Quantitative Biomedical Research UCI UCSD California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society UCSC UCD UCM www.ucop.edu/california-institutes
Cal-(IT) 2 An Integrated Approach to the Future Internet www.calit2.net 220 UCSD & UCI Faculty Working in Multidisciplinary Teams With Students, Industry, and the Community Partnered With Over 50 Companies
Cal-(IT) 2 Living-in-the-Future Laboratories Technology Driven –Ubiquitous Connectivity –SensorNets –Knowledge and Data Systems –LambdaGrid Application Driven –Ecological Observatory –AutoNet –National Repository for Biomedical Data Culturally Driven –Interactive Technology and Popular Culture
Cal-(IT) 2 Has Over Sixty Industrial Sponsors From a Broad Range of Industries Akamai Technologies Inc. AMCC Ampersand Ventures Arch Venture Partners The Boeing Company Broadcom Corporation Conexant Systems, Inc. Connexion by Boeing Cox Communications DaimlerChrylser Diamondhead Ventures Dupont iTechnologies Emulex Corporation Enosys Markets Enterprise Partners VC Entropia, Inc. Ericsson Wireless Comm. ESRI Extreme Networks Global Photon Systems Graviton IBM Interactive Vis. Systems IdeaEdge Ventures The Irvine Company Intersil Corporation Computers Communications Software Sensors Biomedical Automotive Startups Venture Capital Oracle Orincon Industries Panoram Technologies Polexis Printronix QUALCOMM Incorporated R.W. Johnson Pharma. R.I. SAIC Samueli, Henry (Broadcom) SBC Communications San Diego Telecom Council SciFrame, Inc. Seagate Storage Products SGI Silicon Wave Sony STMicroelectronics, Inc. Sun Microsystems TeraBurst Networks Texas Instruments Time Domain Toyota UCSD Healthcare The Unwired Fund Volkswagen WebEx Irvine Sensors Corporation JMI, Inc. Leap Wireless International Link, William J. (Versant Ventures) Litton Industries, Inc. MedExpert International Merck Microsoft Corporation Mindspeed Technologies Mission Ventures NCR Newport Corporation Nissan Motors $140 M Match From Industry
How Can the Future Internet Enhance Capabilities for Emergency Preparedness? Enabled by Expansion of Internet Infrastructure –Wireless Extends Coverage Everywhere –Optical Backbone Provides High Bandwidth –New Generation of Sensors and Receivers Three Tier System –Wireless SensorNets Brings Data to Repositories –Collaborative Crisis Management Centers –Remote Wireless Devices Interrogate Databases Building a Living-in-the-Future Laboratory –UCSD, UCI, and SDSU Campuses –San Diego, Orange County, Cross Border –Collaboration with City, County, and State Govts.
Challenges of Emergency Preparedness That the Future Internet Will Impact How Do We Know: –The Detailed Current State of the System NOW? –What the Future Evolution of the Situation is Likely to Be? How Can We Achieve: –An Overall Situational Awareness? –A Common Operational Picture? How Do We Communicate With: –Crisis Managers? –First Responders? How Can We Decide: –Which Problem to Attack First? –Which Assets Should Be Deployed Where and When?