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1 May 2005 ICT for Enterprise Networking FP6 IST Call 5 WP Information Day Strategic Objective ICT for Enterprise Networking Research Focus 1: Digital Business Ecosystems for SMEs Scientific and Technical Content Strategic Objective ICT for Enterprise Networking Research Focus 1: Digital Business Ecosystems for SMEs Scientific and Technical Content F. Nachira European Commission DG-INFSO - Unit ICT for Enterprise Networking Head of Sector Technologies for Digital Ecosystems F. Nachira European Commission DG-INFSO - Unit ICT for Enterprise Networking Head of Sector Technologies for Digital Ecosystems

2 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day 2 Lisbon Objectives: a strategic goal for next decade To become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world, capable of sustainable economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion. PREPARING THE TRANSITION TO A COMPETITIVE, DYNAMIC AND KNOWLEDGE-BASED ECONOMY 2002: SMEs research area within eBusiness Unit: - socio-economical analysis (GoDigital,...) - peculiarities (SMEs, diversity, territories) -> how turn into strong points? -> which role of ICT, which infrastructure ? - long process

3 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day 3 Towards a Global Dynamic Competition : SMEs & local clusters in a knowledge-based global economy More interrelations More specialised resources More R&D / innovation Accessing to global value chain Accessing to knowledge Growth Node Business EcosystemIndustrial District How to reach the critical mass of resources ? How to cope with the increased complexity ? Virtual cluster

4 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day 4 Deal with complexity: ecosystem metaphor Economy and Society as Ecosystems Rothschild,90: Organisms & organisations are nodes in networks of relationships. Mitleton-Kelly, 2003: Orgs are co-evolving within a social ecosystem Business Ecosystems J.F. Moore, 1993 & 1996 Customers, lead producers, competitors, other stakeholders. The keystone species influence the co-evolutionary processes. Interaction (within a business ecosystem); decentralised decision-making and self-organisation. M. Iansiti and R. Levien, 2004 A large number of loosely interconnected participants who depend on each other for their mutual effectiveness and survival. Digital Ecosystems European Commission 2002 Ecosystem paradigm applied to digital world SAP, HP, …Orientation technology driven policy driven industry-driven user needs driven long-term vision + intermediate results R&D + policy interaction Natural Ecosystems Dynamic, constantly remaking themselves, adapting to the environment, evolution

5 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day 5 Summer godigital 1st discussion paper

6 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day 6 History of digital ecosystem concept September 2002 Discussion Paper: Towards a network of digital business ecosystems fostering local development End 2002 Brainstorming on Digital ecosystems concept, cycle of seminars Interest from Scientific Community April 2003 IST 1st call: Three independent FP6 IP proposals submitted, one funded (DBE) November 2003 Start of the selected IP proposal: DBE June 2004 May regions joined to the initiative (in addition of initial regions) Spring 2005 Digital Ecosystem widely adopted 2nd cycle of workshops May 2005 First open-source results September th call closes (NoE + STREPS)

7 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day 7 Local Business Ecosystem co-funded by DBE project Local Business Ecosystem joined as new pilot Potential future take-up local ecosystems Digital Ecosystem pilot regions (May 2005)

8 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day 8 The business ecosystem adoption/use of ICT is one major factor of productivity SMEs backbone of EC economy; SMEs do not adopt/master ICT role of knowledge sharing; systemic approach on territorial basis how to induce a change in how organizations network and cooperate? How foster this change of paradigm ? Technical Infrastructure Business & financial conditions Human capital, knowledge and practices Governance & industrial policy how create a favorable environment for business and people: a socio-economic eco- system Paradigm shift : machine model => living organism model make a plan => create structural conditions

9 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day 9 The digital ecosystem Which ICT infrastructure for this new paradigm ? How ICT could support the transition from industrial district to business ecosystem ? Computing and telecom. Infrastructure Formalised knowledge OS service-oriented architecture vision, new paradigms how create ICT structure which allows digital components to exhibits natural behaviours Visionary approach + intermediate results

10 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day 10 ICTs catalyse improve New organizational & business models Policy supports The Digital Ecosystem integrated approach RESEARCH INNOVATION DEPLOYMENT Digital Ecosystem Infrastructure Derivative work from P.Dini - London School of Economics to reduce the digital divide to foster local economic growth and innovation; new forms of dynamic business interactions: enabled by digital ecosystem technologies Growth Competitiveness, market & internal efficiency Cooperation & innovation networks improve lead to encourage provide resources Open Source Evolutionary infrastructure make viable shape & foster supports support Biology enhances

11 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day 11 What is a Digital Ecosystem ? THE DIGITAL ECOSYSTEM is a pervasive digital environment which supports the business ecosystems which is populated by digital components which evolves and adapts to local conditions with the evolution of the components THE SOFT SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE, WHICH MEDIATES SERVICES & INFORMATION (knowledge) EMPOWERING THE NETWORKING AND THEIR SHARING architecture / structure

12 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day 12 What is a Digital Component ? DIGITAL COMPONENT could be: software components, applications, services, knowledge, business processes and models, training modules, contractual frameworks, laws and hopefully a mixture of all these A USEFUL IDEA, EXPRESSED BY THE LANGUAGE (formal or natural), LAUNCHED ON THE NET, WHICH CAN BE PROCESSED (by computers and/or humans) formalised knowledge ©XPLANE

13 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day 13 Knowledge Economy DBE What is a Digital Business Ecosystem? Business Ecosystems and Regional Economies Socio-economic research Basic Models and Services Life Support Infrastructure Digital Ecosystem Open-source service-oriented architecture Network Infrastructure Suggested FP7 Research areas Semantics of services Syntax of economic behaviour Business rules and Regulatory Framework Formalisation of Knowledge (Languages)

14 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day 14 Research Challenges Formal languages Dynamical systems A decentralised infrastructure with a life of its own and introspection mechanisms Evolutionary and autopoietic view of ICT infrastructure and e-Business services Formalisation of shared knowledge Adaptive, dynamic, resilient, learning, self-optimising, distributed, affordable infrastructure Business models and languages as syntax of knowledge economy and semantics of infrastructure Which key research topics and priorities ? Conclusions two retuning workshops: 1.user requirements 2.research priorities

15 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day 15 For more Information

16 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day 16 ICT for Netw.Business, call5 S.O Focus 1 Overall Key Objectives Sw solutions adaptable to the needs of local/regional SMEs, supporting organisational networking & process integration Sw solutions adaptable to the needs of local/regional SMEs, supporting organisational networking & process integration Focus 1: Digital Business Ecosystems for SMEs Open-source environment and operative models enabling SMEs to cooperate in production of services, components, applications suited to local/regional business needs Support the spontaneous composition, sharing, distribution, adaptation and evolution of flexible, adaptable, interoperable business solutions and knowledge Emphasis: open-source, distributed, collaborative, self-adaptive environments for small organisations % of 46 MEuro Horizontal Actions legal issues raised by networked collaborative paradigms (e.g. IPR vs. OS/KSh) legal issues raised by networked collaborative paradigms (e.g. IPR vs. OS/KSh)

17 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day The e-Business Clusters - call 1-3

18 European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media Unit D5 : ICT for Enterprise NEtworking F.NachiraBruxelles - 23 May 2005 D5 - FP6 IST Call 5 Info-day The e-Business Clusters


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