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Venue: Husa President Hotel,  Blvd du Roi Albert II, Brussels, Belgium

Day 1 - 28 June 2011

09.00 - 10.30      Registration

09.30 – 10.30     Opening Session:

Welcome from the organizers, commission representative and introduction to the workshop

EC representative:  Megan Richards
EX-FI project:         David Kennedy, Eurescom    
Concord project:    Petra Turkama, Aalto University                                           

10: 30 - 11:00    Coffee Break

11.00 – 12.30    Session 1:  Usage areas that need to be considered

undefined1.1 Ambient Assisted Living (AAL): Antonio Kung, Trialog and Francesco Furfari, CNR

AAL systems refer to ICT-based systems that will assist elderly individuals for a better, healthier and safer life in the preferred living environment.

undefined1.2 "Personal infrastructure": Luk Vervenne, Synergetics NV/SA     

The idea is to facilitate services where the user can be taken on board as "genuine stakeholder in his own processes".  Use case could be lifelong employability, personal health, next generation personalisation and business models for ecommerce, city services etc.

undefined1.3 EPM Platform for Employment: Alberto Garcia-Lluis Valencia, VKMC

EPM platform is a multilingual and technological web 2.o designed to solve the inefficiencies of the EU labour market but also other international marktes

undefined1.4 Social Sustainability Enabler: P. Mendes & Rute Sofia, Univ. Lusófona, G. Carvalho, Cisco

The proposed usage scenario aims to augment the daily life experience of European citizen in cities and smart villages. The main objective is to contribute to a Future Internet ensuring global social inclusion and management of community knowledge.

undefined1.5 The Internet of Sensing Things: Ferran Cabrer i Vilagut, MUFICATA SL

What will the world be like when devices have senses?

undefined1.6 FI-Enterprise Interoperability: Guy Doumeingts, INTEROP/VLab

The marriage of the Future Internet, Enterprise Systems and Applications

12: 30 - 14:00    Lunch Break

Lunch will be provided on site to support networking

14.00 – 15.30    Session 2:  Usage areas that need to be considered

undefined2.1 Intelligent Construction: Rafael C. Socorro Hernández, ACCIONA Infraestructuras

Buildings, to be more accessible, sustainable and safe, will require the building processes to become smarter, industrialised, more sustainable and safer, covering the whole lifecycle of the building, from its conception and design, through its construction and exploitation, until its final demolition. These processes will be organised around virtual organisations, composed by all stakeholders – architects, engineering companies, constructors, suppliers, maintenance companies, promoters, governments and final consumers – and that will evolve with the buildings along the different phases of their life.

undefined2.2 Augmented reality city oriented use case: Philippe Martineau, Eureva

Supporting day-to day activities and linked to open-data*

undefined2.3 e-Government: Lanfranco Marasso, engineering

ICT as an essential component of inclusive Government services.

undefined2.4 Factories of the Future: Cristina Martinez Gonzalez, European Commission

FoF envisage high demands on the Future Internet.

15: 30 - 16:00    Coffee Break

16.00 - 17.30    Session 3:  Platforms and common enablers

Day 2 - 29 June 2011

09.00 – 10.30    Session 4:  Programmes that can support the initiative

undefined4.1 Unified Services Description Language: Markus Heller, SAP AG

The Unified Services Description Language allows services to be exposed business  networks and communities, and out to the Web.

undefined4.2 PERIPHÈRIA Project Smart City Case: Jean Barroca, Alfamicro

The objective of PERIPHÈRIA is to deploy convergent Future Internet (FI) platforms and services for the promotion of sustainable lifestyles in and across emergent networks of “smart” peripheral cities in Europe

undefined4.3 The FI-WARE Call for additional project participants: Nuria De-Lama Sanchez, ATOS

To develop some of the elements that are not covered by the present budget, there are going to be two open calls where everybody (except the project members) can participate.

undefined4.4 FI-PPP Calls 2 and 3 opportunities: Peter Fatelnig, European Commission

How open are these calls – what sort of proposal will be successful?

10: 30 - 11:00    Coffee Break

11.00 – 12.30    Session 5:  Organising for success

undefined5.1 FP7 Challenge 1: Call 8: Networks (and beyond?): Bernard Barani, European Commission

Optimising networks for Future Internet Services

undefined5.2 The CELTIC PLUS Programme: Jacques Magen, Celtic Liaison Officerundefined

How the CELTIC PLUS programme can support Future Internet Projects

undefined5.3 National Programmes – The Finnish Perspective: Pauli Kuosmanen, Tivit

Relating national Future Internet Initiatives

undefined5.4  EFIA – proposal for structuring a community: David Kennedy, Eurescom

An industry perspective on organising the community and promoting inter-sector interaction

12.30 – 13.00    Next Steps, Wrap-up and close of workshop