Presentation on theme: "1 CERP-IoT Cluster Book 2009 Working Session CERP-IoT Meeting Nr.8 19.-20.05.2009 – Aalborg, Denmark Harald Sundmaeker ATB Institute for Applied Systems."— Presentation transcript:
1 CERP-IoT Cluster Book 2009 Working Session CERP-IoT Meeting Nr – Aalborg, Denmark Harald Sundmaeker ATB Institute for Applied Systems Technology Bremen GmbH CuteLoop CuteLoop Project –
2 Cluster Book Working Session Introduction (2) Objective of the Working Session is to agree: – Basic schedule and target audience addressed – General format, layout, printing, costs – Overall contents and structure – Foreword preparation – Cluster description – Articles to be included and review procedure – Style and contents of the project profiles – Resulting schedule and envisaged milestones
3 Basic Schedule & Target Audience Finalisation of the CERP-IoT Cluster Book 2009: – End of 2009 – After CASAGRAS Conference in beginning of October, enabling to reflect an updated SRA – Presenting selected Book Articles at CASAGRAS Conference? – Distribution of the Cluster Book 2009 at the FIA Stockholm event? ( )? only as pdf version – print of the book requires 3-4 months – short document of pages could be printed in 3-4 weeks. – possibly a WIKI for preparing and publishing Target Audience and how to reach them: – Research (i.e. including industrial Research) and Academia – EC Channels, Conferences
4 General Format, Layout, Printing, Costs General Format: – A4, A5? – Hardcover? – Pages? – Currently around 160 pages – Electronic Version yes – to be clarified with the publisher Layout responsibility to be clarified – Ian Smith volunteered to assist in the preparation of the layout to be clarified about costs Patrick Guillemin will clarify – Pictures available from projects? – If pictures available, please check IPR Printing – EC offers to print the book, based on pdf (other formats possible?) – requires finalised layout Costs to be clarified based on final decision of book printing – Layout? – Distribution?
5 Overall Contents and Structure Table of Contents: sequence of articles & SRA to be decided later – Editors and Contributors – Table of Contents – Foreword – CERP-IoT Cluster Description – also adding an overview list with project names and contact details – Strategic Research Agenda – Articles – Project Profiles
6 Foreword Preparation Author Gerald Santucci
7 Cluster Description To be included in the SRA Reuse of the cluster description as separate chapter in the book
8 Articles to be Included and Review Procedure (1) CASAGRAS, GRIFS – Standardisation issues & challenges on RFID (for a future IoT?) RACE Network RFID – Stimulating the Take-up of RFID in Europe BRIDGE – Specific solutions for RFID and outlook towards a future IoT CuteLoop – Challenges for Usage of Intelligent Networked Devices INDISPUTABLE KEY – Usage of RFID in the Wood Products Industry and Contribution to Environmental Protection SMART, TRASER – Usage of RFID in Tracking and Tracing - Lessons Learnt and Outlook towards IoT STOP – Anti-counterfeiting in the Internet of Things STOLPAN – NFC technology and its application scenarios in a future IoT ASPIRE, HYDRA – Open source Middleware for networked embedded systems towards future Internet of Things ETP EPoSS – Outlook on future IoT applications
9 Articles to be Included and Review Procedure (2) The Articles shall be based on their findings/outcomes, while specifically outlining their view towards an Internet of Things. Article template distributed Chapter compiles all the individual articles Review Procedure – Cluster internal review procedure – A request will be send to all of the Projects, enabling an article review by at least 2 reviewers.
10 Style and Contents of the Project Profiles A template will be prepared ?
11 Resulting Schedule and Envisaged Milestones Due Dates for Finalising Book: – Distribution:Early 2010 – Printing:Delivery for printing End November 2009 – Input for FIA USB Stick Deadline? – SRA Final:15. October 09 – Article Final:15. October 09 – Foreword:15. October 09 – Cluster Description:to be defined – based on SRA – Project Profile:14. August 09 – Review Feedback:15. September 09 – Article for Review:14. August 09 – Article Abstract:05. June 09