FIWARE: The largest EU programme to develop and bring to the

FIWARE: The largest EU programme to develop and bring to the
market an Open service platform
Tasks
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Use case requirements
The FIWARE Platform (Generic Enablers)
13 large scale Use Cases (validation of the FIWARE technology)
Setup of a federation of Future Internet Infrastructures (Instantiation of FIWARE platforms)
Ambition
•  600 M€, 400 people working full time across Europe from 2011 to 2016
Outcomes
•  Open Service Platform
•  Innovation Ecosystem with more than 1,000 SMEs and web entrepreneurs
•  Based on advanced technologies (IoT, Big Data, CC, ..)
Today
•  Technology (The FIWARE platform + Sector specific platforms)
•  People (Innovation ecosystems)
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FIWARE: An application is based on a set of GEs + SEs + additional
application-specific software components
SMART
Agrifood Apps
SMART City
Apps
SMART Factory
Apps
Domain
specific
enablers
GEs FIWARE
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FIWARE enters the Take-up Phase:
From Innovation to the Market
Technology Focus
•  FI-WARE technology
foundation
•  8 Use-Cases from
different domains
•  Infrastructure repository
XIPI
Market Focus
Large Scale Trials
Phase2
•  FIWARE Hackathons
•  16 FIWARE
Accelerators
•  FI-Lab extension
Europe-wide (17)
•  More than 1000 SMEs
& web entrepreneurs
develop apps & svs
•  5 Large Scale Trials in
different domains
•  Sustainability
•  Market Visibility
Development
Phase 1
Market Take-up
Phase 3
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60 Generic Enablers
>100 Specific Enablers
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FIWARE Mundus: The Path to a Global Future Internet Ecosystem
Mobilizing worldwide players and decision makers towards the Future Internet
FIWARE: born in Europe, but to become global!
•  FIWARE Regions and innovation hubs are being kicked off all
around Europe and beyond
•  FIWARE goals, vision & strategy is
being embraced in several regions all
over the world, e.g., Mexico, Brazil,
Chile…
International
& Regional
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FIWARE Mundus: Cooperation opportunities in Europe and beyond
Selecting and setting up FIWARE Regions and local innovation hubs
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Set up a sustainable FIWARE ecosystem together with the decision makers and
the players of the innovation ecosystem in FIWARE regions Ÿ
Support decision makers i.e. local and regional authorities, innovation agencies,
industry clusters, accelerators, incubators, etc. to mobilize the innovation ecosystem
(SMEs, start-ups, web entrepreneurs) so as to develop new products, solutions,
applications around FIWARE Ÿ
In Europe, help regional ecosystems access European funds for innovation, in particular
in relation with the Smart Specialization Strategy; and support local selected innovation
hubs International cooperation
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Setting up new FIWARE Lab nodes and FIWARE innovation ecosystems around the
globe Cooperating in terms of exchanging knowledge about FIWARE and its usage Sharing best practices and research directions in the Future Internet 5
FIWARE Lab nodes expansion
17 FIWARE Lab nodes
•  Currently 17 nodes in Europe
providing up to 3000+ cores,
16TB+ Ram, 750TB+ HD
And up to 19 by the end
of Q1 2015
•  1 new node being set up in
Europe (Messina, Italy)
•  1 node in Mexico providing
1200+ cores
…and more to follow!
•  Discussions with several
European regions and with
Brazil and Chile already
started
•  And other regions and
countries with high potential
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FIWARE Mundus: Approach to European Regions
Pre-selected “FIWARE
Regions”
Innovation Hubs
selected via open calls
A study was performed over 180
regions
•  Objective: identify the most
relevant regions, which can
support and mobilize their
innovation ecosystem to develop
new applications and services
with FIWARE
•  Selection criteria:
•  ICT as one of the top smart
specialisation topics
•  European ICT Pole of
Excellence (EIPE)
•  Already involved with
FIWARE (experiments,
nodes, accelerators)
•  Active ICT cluster(s)
European regions pre-selected as candidates for “FIWARE Regions”
Innovation Hubs (Open Call #1)
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FIWARE Mundus: Regional Engagement - The Process (1/2)
1 Identify the key regional policy
and business organisations
and check their interest in setting
up a sustainable FIWARE
ecosystem with potential
regional funding 2 Validate the innovation
ecosystem able to adopt
FIWARE to develop innovative
applications, products and
solutions 3 Identify the structure/
organisation able to host and to
operate the FIWARE platform
i.e. to becoming a FIWARE Lab
node The benefit of working with FIWARE Mundus:
Get support to mobilize regional
and national stakeholders using
the taxonomy established by
FIWARE Mundus Get support to mobilize all the
relevant players i.e. ICT
Clusters, accelerators,
incubators, industry, research...;
get training and support from
FIWARE Get support to identify the
relevant existing platforms / test
beds through the XiPi portal; get
support for training and joining
the FIWARE Lab federation of
nodes
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FIWARE Mundus: Regional Engagement - The Process (2/2)
4 5 Define the sustainable
business model of operating
the FIWARE platform and
ecosystem (cost of the
implementation, cost of
exploitation and maintenance) Prepare an opportunity
document and share it with all
parties involved 6 Get the engagement/
commitment of all parties
involved The benefit of working with FIWARE Mundus:
Get support to mobilize regional
and national funding; get
support to access European
funding (smart specialization
strategy, structural funds, etc.) 7 Get support to prepare this
document Get support to prepare a
contractual/political agreement
Your region becomes a FIWARE Region!
You will get visibility as an innovative region, easier access to European
funding, share best practices with other FIWARE Regions...
Note: this process may be refined after the first set of meetings. It could also be applicable to
international cooperation when the regions/countries are willing to adopt FIWARE
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FIWARE Mundus: Regional Engagement - Status
First step: validate stage 1 to 3 i.e. willingness, ecosystem, node with
pre-selected regions
•  Meetings already held with Brittany and PACA regions in France, Basque country in
Spain, Berlin region in Germany, Emilia-Romagna in Italy, South East Ireland, Helsinki,
and Porto/Norte region •  Meetings with Poznan in Poland (Wielkopolska Region), with Andalucía and Lombardy
Regions – meetings are planned in Q2 2015 …and prepare second step to become a FIWARE Region •  Interaction with JRC / S3 for the Smart Specialization Strategy initiative at EU level •  Interaction with European Cluster Observatory, eDIGIREGION •  Interaction set up with FIWARE and the innovation hubs (I3H) •  Interaction with Vanguard Initiative (Asturias, Baden-Wurttemberg, Catalonia, Basque,
Lombardy, …)
•  Interaction with the European Commission in order to analyse the possibility to use the
structural funds
•  Interaction with Open&Agile Smart City initiative (Defining city SDKs based on FIWARE
plus standard data models defined using “driven by implementation approach”)
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FIWARE Mundus: International Engagement (1/2) - Latin America
First international activities
kicked off in Mexico
First contacts with Uruguay
and Peru
•  Progress with Peruvian
authorities who are willing to
hold further meetings around
FIWARE
•  Uruguayan representatives
expressed their intention to
connect to the Mexican node
Other LatAm countries
•  Initial contacts have been made with
Costa Rica, Panama, Nicaragua, and
Colombia
•  Interest from Argentina
•  Public authorities engaged and
involved
•  Setup of a FIWARE node in
Mexico is a reality (1200+
cores by Q1 2015)
•  Action plan in place: promotion
of FIWARE within funding
programmes targeted to
startups/entrepreneurs in
Mexico, identification of
Mexican cities which will
publish their open data and
APIs on the FIWARE Lab
Initial activities with Chile and
Brazil
•  Progress with authorities and
an R&D center devoted to
Future Internet and FIWARE
in Chile
•  Contacts with authorities in
Brazil
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FIWARE Mundus: International Engagement (2/2): Other
Countries
Canada: considering using FIWARE along with the Canadian SAVi as potential foundations for Smart City Platforms
Japan: a study
group could be set
up
USA: US Ignite is
considering using
FIWARE as a platform for
the development of
Future Internet
applications devoted to
Smart Cities
Africa: contacts with Ivory Coast, Senegal, Mauritius, FIWARE
nodes should be hosted at Sonatel and Mauritius Telecom by end
of 2015
FIWARE Mundus will be presented at IST-Africa 2015 and at
Connecting West Africa 2015.
•  Rest of the World: preliminary contacts with Korea, Singapore, India
•  In addition à Interaction with other projects: JEUPISTE, FESTIVAL (Japan);
CONECTA2020 (Latin America), CHOICE (China)
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Do you want to participate?
More informa/on at: h3p://www.fiware.org/mundus/ Contact us at: fiware-­‐mundus-­‐[email protected]fi-­‐ware.org The Future Internet is wai/ng for you!
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