Presentation on theme: "Information Society Technologies Challenges and Opportunities for NAS Organisations - Communications, Networking, Services - Horst Forster European Commission."— Presentation transcript:
Information Society Technologies Challenges and Opportunities for NAS Organisations - Communications, Networking, Services - Horst Forster European Commission
The Fifth Framework Programme (1998-2002) Creating a User friendly Information Society 3.600 BEURO Creating a User friendly Information Society 3.600 BEURO Energy, environment & sustainable development 2.125 BEURO Energy, environment & sustainable development 2.125 BEURO Improving the quality of life & management of living resources 2.413 BEURO Improving the quality of life & management of living resources 2.413 BEURO Promoting competitive & sustainable growth 2.705 BEURO Promoting competitive & sustainable growth 2.705 BEURO Total: 14.960BEURO 0.475 BEURO Confirming the international role of Community research 0.363 BEURO Promotion of innovation & SME participation 1.280 BEURO Improving human potential & socio-economic knowledge
Information Society Technologies Programme Structure KA1 Systems & services for the citizen KA3 Multimedia content & tools KA2 New methods of work & Electronic Commerce KA4 Essential technologies & infrastructure Cross Programme actions Research networking Future & emerging technologies
ActivitiesTake-up Dissemination, awareness,... Networks of excellence, Networks of excellence, RTD Suppliers from discovery ……………………… towards adoption" Users Users 85 % of the budget
~1200 MEuro ~1200 MEuro ~950 MEuro ~950 MEuro ~850 MEuro ~850 MEuro ~330 MEuro ~330 MEuro 1999 Jan Mar June Oct Jan Mar June Oct2000 Jan Apr Jul Oct 2001 Jan Apr Jun Sept 2002 Jan Apr Jul Oct Budget 1999 Budget 2000 Budget 2001 Budget 2002 Call-1Call-2Call-3Call-4Call-5Call-6Call-7Call-8 IST Timetable
Opportunities for Organisations from Newly Associated States (NAS) Participate in proposals in current and future Calls Rules and rights as for EU organisations Extend existing IST actions with NAS partners To be proposed by running projects Special rules apply Limited to a transition period of ~ 1 year Formally part of Action Line VIII.1.6 Join thematic networks: NGN-I, Optimist, ATS- Network, Agentlink,...
KAIV: Essential Information Society Technologies and Infrastructures Software, Systems & Services Microsystems, Subsystems & Peripherals Micro- & Opto-electronics Mobile & Satellite Communications & Systems Computing, Communications & Networking Simulation, Visualisation & Interfaces Spanning KAIV
Control Systems Cognitive Vision Optical Networking Network Management Distributed Applications Service Provision Computing and Networking Distributed Systems Embedded Systems Pervasive Computing / Networking
Next Generation Networks Premium IP IPv6 Optics Wireless Network Management TEQUILA AQUILA CADENUS 6INIT LONG MOBYDICK GCAP M3I GEOCAST MOEBIUS SUITED BRAHMS WINMAN LION DAVID METEOR HARMONICS SHUFFLE WINEGLASS VESPER NETGATE INTERNODE FAIN FORM ANDROID WINE MANTRIP ATLAS STARLITE AGENTLINK QOSIPS ATRIUM SEQUIN IP
Access and Home Networks ACCESS HOME BASS OPENISE PALAS VideoGateway HasVideoBox PROXiTV WITNESS InHomeNet SIRLAN HARMONICS ATLAS METEOR DRIVE EMBRACE BRAIN ADAMAS Copper Optics TV Powerline Wireless WINE GNIUS
Proposals to Extend IST Projects (1) Continuous Submission Scheme up to 28 February 2002 To be proposed by running project NAS: Bulgaria, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia Project types: R&D, Demonstration, Combined R&D/Demonstration, Thematic Networks, Accompanying Measures including Take-up Follow instructions in Appendix 5 to the Guide for Proposers - Part 2
Proposals to Extend IST Projects (2) Additional participants must have clear added value Large majority of extension budget to new partner(s) Additional budget for existing partners must be well justified and should be the exception Recommended minimum remaining duration of running project at time of submission: 1 year Proposal: Only describe additions, changes, added value as compared to running project Follow instructions in Appendix 5 to the Guide for Proposers - Part 2
Calls against WP 2001 Call 7Open:June-17 Oct 2001450 m Eval:Nov 2001 Contracts:March 2002 Call 7bisOpen:Sept - 4 Dec 200125 m Eval:Jan 2002 Contracts:May 2002 PR1
Key Action IV Action Lines in Call 7 Communications, Networks, and Services IV.1.1Design of networked embedded systems IV.2.3Terabit optical networks IV.5.1Reconfigurable radio systems & networks IV.5.3Satellite systems and services IV.8.3Optical and opto-electronic technologies CPA12Application services provision CPA6Next Generation Networks Call 7Open:June- 17 Oct 2001450 m Eval:Nov 2001 Contracts:March 2002
Key Action IV Action Lines in Call 7 Communications, Networks, and Services Objective : Trials of 2,5-3G applications and services Focus : interoperability / interworking and roaming value-added services and applications QoS customisation aspects users management (billing, payment) security, safety and privacy Call 7bisOpen:Sept- 4 Dec 200125 m Eval:Jan 2002 Contracts:May 2002
WP 2002 Completion of FP5 Anticipating FP6 WP 2002 milestones Adoption in Oct/Nov 2001 Call 8Open:15 Nov 2001 300 m Eval:March 2002 Contracts:August 2002 PR2
Key Action IV Action Lines in Call 8 Communications, Networks, and Services IV.1.3Networks and Technologies for distributed services and applications IV.1.4Computing, communications and networks take-up IV.1.1Mobile applications and services IV.1.2GRID technologies and their applications Call 8Open:15 November 2001 Eval:March 2002 Contracts:August 2002
The Sixth Framework Programme (2002-2006) Information Society Technologies 3.600 BEURO Information Society Technologies 3.600 BEURO ……. ……... Total: 17.500 BEURO 1.630 BEURO Anticipating S/T needs 0.450 BEURO Specific SME activities ……….……….
Information Society Technologies (2002-06) Programme Structure Components and microsystems Communicatio n and computing infrastructures Knowledge and interface technologies Applied IST research
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