Software Beyond Horizon 2020
Room L8, 05/12/2018 (17:30-18:15)
In the era of digitalisation, enterprises, administrations and professionals are applying software beyond automation of simple workflows, to promote better customer understanding and individualized experiences, to accelerate innovations for competitive advantages, and to new business models for increasing revenue such as the servitization of products.
The economic and social impact of software is welcome and encouraging. However, digitalisation will demand further advancements in software technologies into the future to meet emerging needs of the digitalisation and the Next Generation Internet, such as the implementation of adaptive and cognitive services, better emphasis on human centricity, and the integration of systems into even more complex systems of systems.
The objective of the proposed networking session is to discuss about
• What the fundamental digital needs of the Next Generation Internet will be
• Which advanced software capabilities are required to meet these needs
• Which research disciplines will be instrumental for delivering these capabilities
It is expected that the session will provide input for the identification of main pillars of a focus area on advanced software in the upcoming European Research Programme FP9. It is envisioned to complement the initial input prepared by the NESSI ETP (available from http://www.nessi-europe.eu/).
Organised by: Josef URBAN (Nokia, Bell Labs, Germany)
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