The Future Internet Public Private Partnership (FI-PPP) aims to advance Europe's competitiveness in Future Internet technologies and to support the emergence of Future Internet-enhanced applications of public and social relevance.
The FI-PPP looks at different sectors such as transport, health, and energy. It defines possible innovative business models for these sectors.
The FI-PPP follows an industry-driven, user-oriented approach that combines R&D on network and communication technologies, devices, software, service and media technologies; and their experimentation and validation in real application contexts. It brings together the demand and supply sides, and it involves users early into the research lifecycle. The platform technologies will be used and validated by many actors, in particular by small- and medium-sized companies and public administrations.
The FI-PPP is based on a three-phased approach with a number of tightly related Objectives.
Fig.1 Programme Architecture
The FI-PPP Programme is implemented via three phases: