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Information Society Technologies Workprogramme 2000 José C. COTTA Head of Unit - International Aspects Information Society Technologies Workprogramme 2000 José C. COTTA Head of Unit - International Aspects of the Programme; Innovation DG Information Society European Commission

Overview n A few facts about the IST Programme n n n What’s new Overview n A few facts about the IST Programme n n n What’s new in 2000 n n n The context of the 5 th FP The timetable Building on a vision Key actions and priorities Important details n n The call roadmap Documents and information 2

The Fifth Framework Programme (1998 -2002) Improving the quality of life & management of The Fifth Framework Programme (1998 -2002) Improving the quality of life & management of living resources Creating a User friendly Information Society Promoting competitive & sustainable growth Energy, environment & sustainable development 2. 413 BEURO 3. 600 BEURO 2. 705 BEURO 2. 125 BEURO Confirming the international role of Community research 0. 475 BEURO Promotion of innovation & SME participation 0. 363 BEURO Improving human potential & socio-economic knowledge 1. 280 BEURO Total: 14. 960 BEURO 3

IST Basics n n n n n 3. 6 B Euro over four years IST Basics n n n n n 3. 6 B Euro over four years (1999 -2002) Combines research, development & take-up Content defined in annual workprogramme Support to best proposals (competition) Competition launched through “call for proposals” Fixed deadline and continuous submission Evaluation by independent experts Contracts to selected proposals (~9 months after call) Projects lasting typically 18 -36 months 4

IST timetable 1999 Jan Apr Jul 2000 Oct ~1200 MEuro Call-1 Budget 1999 Jan IST timetable 1999 Jan Apr Jul 2000 Oct ~1200 MEuro Call-1 Budget 1999 Jan Apr Jul 2001 Oct ~950 MEuro Call-2 Call-3 Call-4 Budget 2000 Jan Apr Jul ~850 MEuro Call-5 Call-6 Call-7 Budget 2001 2002 Oct Jan Apr Jul Oct ~330 MEuro Call-8 Budget 2002 5

Organisation & Integration KA 1 Systems & services for the citizen KA 3 KA Organisation & Integration KA 1 Systems & services for the citizen KA 3 KA 2 Multimedia content & tools New methods of work & Electronic Commerce Cross Programme Themes KA 4 Essential technologies & infrastructure Research networking Future & emerging technologies 6

The budget KA 1: Systems and services for the citizen 646 MEURO (18%) KA The budget KA 1: Systems and services for the citizen 646 MEURO (18%) KA 2: New methods of work and electronic commerce 547 MEURO (15%) KA 3: Multimedia content and tools 564 MEURO (16%) KA 4: Essential technologies and infrastructures 1, 363 MEURO (38%) Future and emerging technologies 319 MEURO ( 9%) Research networking 161 MEURO ( 4%) Cross-Programme themes at least 10% of programme 7

Activities Dissemination and awareness Networks of excellence RTD from dis s Take-up plier Sup Activities Dissemination and awareness Networks of excellence RTD from dis s Take-up plier Sup sers U rds …moving towa ………… overy ………… c market 8

Annual workprogramme update Technolog y and market evolution IST Advisory Group (experts, business) IST Annual workprogramme update Technolog y and market evolution IST Advisory Group (experts, business) IST Committee (member states) IST IST workprogramme 1999 2000 orientations Policy & FP 5 Programmes Consultation with IST participants 9

ISTAG Vision - “orientations for WP 2000 and beyond” ”Create an ambient intelligence landscape ISTAG Vision - “orientations for WP 2000 and beyond” ”Create 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" g. t/istag. htm. co is. w. cordis. lu/ist/ http: //ww 10

IST vision - examples n In the car n n At home n n IST vision - examples n In the car n n At home n n Route optimisation & navigation (efficiency) Interpretation and reaction to obstacles (safety) Communications (mobile office) Natural interactions (voice, gesture) Services accessible everywhere (convenience) Security (protection), comfort (control) and care (illness) In the office n Where is my office ? Where is my integrated toolset ? other examples equally applicable ……. . Government Environment Health Media Learning Business 11

IST vision - building blocks The technology is all around us but almost invisible IST vision - building blocks The technology is all around us but almost invisible Ubiquity Dialogue Commonplace appliances-seamless services, . . . laid-back mode, enjoyable, . . . Networking Distribution Embedded • Fixed/mobile integration • Interworking/interrupt. • Embedded internet Interworking/interrupt. • Broadband/all-optical • Light weight OS’s • Mobile processes • Mobile IP • Scalability Interaction Convergence • Multi-modality • multilingual • personalised • Integration of on-line and broadcasting KA 3 KA 4 Trust generation • Security • Privacy • Dependability KA 2 KA 1 12

WP 2000 - presentation n Sharper action line description n n “Objectives” and “focus” WP 2000 - presentation n Sharper action line description n n “Objectives” and “focus” format Clearer format n n Type of action specified for each Action Line Separate Take-up action lines in each KA Links with previous (WP 99) explained n Further programme level integration n More CPA’s (now 8) Introducing “test-beds” 13

WP 2000 - priorities n n n n Integrated approach to natural interactivity and WP 2000 - priorities n n n n Integrated approach to natural interactivity and user-friendliness Networked embedded devices (mobile and fixed) Convergence of infrastructure ( Mobile, IP, . . ) Integration of interactive and broadcasting services Supporting dynamic business value chains Reconsidering service development and provision Strengthening trust and confidence 14

Main highlights : Key Action I n Stronger focus on advancing the state-of-the-art for Main highlights : Key Action I n Stronger focus on advancing the state-of-the-art for improved services: n n System integration, specific targeted components Ubiquitous/mobile access and advanced interaction modes Strong industrial/user participation desirable n New n n n 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 15

Main highlights : Key Action II Emphasis on medium to long-term n Further integration Main highlights : Key Action II Emphasis on medium to long-term n Further integration : n n Number of action lines reduced but refocused Introduced Action lines spanning the Key Action Take-up across the Key Action Trust and confidence reinforced n New n n n Mobility and ubiquity in e-commerce and e-work Dynamic value constellations 16

Main highlights : Key Action III n Emphasis on: n n n Take-up included Main highlights : Key Action III n Emphasis on: n n n Take-up included throughout the Key Action n n Natural interaction Integration of interactive and broadcasting services to strengthen user-supplier interactions trails/best practice : on-the-job training in SME’s trails/best practice : multilingual e-commerce and e-service New n n Content-processing for domestic & mobile multimedia Cross-lingual information management and knowledge School of tomorrow Information visualisation 17

Main highlights : KAIV n Strengthening infrastructure convergence n n n IP/Mobile/fixed Broadcasting and Main highlights : KAIV n Strengthening infrastructure convergence n n n IP/Mobile/fixed Broadcasting and communications Higher visibility to networked embedded devices, and related architectures n Embedded devices, Software, real-time systems Highlighting Openness of software and systems n Includes a comprehensive range of take-up measures n Two-phase perspective n n n Integration in short to medium term Higher performance and adaptivity in longer term 18

KAIV: New activity highlights n Software : n n n User centred interaction and KAIV: New activity highlights n Software : n n n User centred interaction and functionality design enhancing creativity and early stages of software development best practice/trials : open source software and embedded systems Mobile systems : n n Interfaces : n n fourth generation systems and network concepts for wireless communication reconfigurable interfaced appliances Microelectronics : n Research training - accompanying measures 19

Cross-Programme Actions (pulling the pieces together) n Eight Actions n Natural interactions and dialogue Cross-Programme Actions (pulling the pieces together) n Eight Actions n Natural interactions and dialogue modes (enjoyable…) n Home environments (ambient intelligence at home) n Survivability of large scale systems (trust and confidence. . ) n Mobility (mobile services. . ) n Next Generation Networks ( convergence of infrastructure) n Socio-economic (usability, acceptability, …) n Smart cards (seamless services. . ) n Statistical tools, methods, indicators & applications for the Information Society 20

Future & emerging technologies Open Scheme (continuous submission) n Two new proactive initiatives: n Future & emerging technologies Open Scheme (continuous submission) n Two new proactive initiatives: n n n Disappearing computer Neuro-informatics Research Networking Interconnection n Advanced experiments: n n End to end experiments Integration Future networks 21

Cross-programme clusters n “Thematic” clusters of projects n n n Initiative lies with “projects” Cross-programme clusters n “Thematic” clusters of projects n n n Initiative lies with “projects” Make use of the PIM report Cluster activities based on … n n n im. htm. u/ t/ t/p is. lu/ist/cpt/ c. cord s http: //www. The needs of projects Generation of added-value Creation of mutual awareness Create fora to exchange ideas / results Debate issues of common interest / concern Find common ground / establish guidelines, etc 22

IST Support Activities n n n Project clusters Networks of Excellence and working groups IST Support Activities n n n Project clusters Networks of Excellence and working groups Channelling of Standardisation and Interoperability initiatives Improving Human Capital in IST-Research Enabling RTD Co-operation with Newly Associated States Enabling RTD Co-operation with 3 rd Counties Note - Continuous submission for accompanying measures (Support measures that are specific to a Key Action are called under the fixed deadline scheme) - Submission to DG-Research calls … + SME cooperative research & exploratory awards + Marie Curie training fellowships and bursaries for developing countries 23

Important details - Calls in 2000 3 rd Call 300 MEURO 4 th Call Important details - Calls in 2000 3 rd Call 300 MEURO 4 th Call 450 MEURO 5 th Call 200 MEURO 24

Important details - official texts 2000 Workprogramme http: //www. cordis. lu/ist 25 Important details - official texts 2000 Workprogramme http: //www. cordis. lu/ist 25

Important details - roadmaps See me gram ro rkp wo tails e or d Important details - roadmaps See me gram ro rkp wo tails e or d f 26

Important details - keep up to date ! http: //www. cordis. lu/ist/ IST helpdesk Important details - keep up to date ! http: //www. cordis. lu/ist/ IST helpdesk Fax : +32 2 296 83 88 E-Mail : [email protected] be - Official Journal (call text) - Workprogramme - Guide for Proposers - Evaluation manual 27