- To share their own ideas on a particular policy, technology or research and innovation theme in the context of Horizon 2020;
- To be exposed to the views, perspectives and ideas of other participants and engage in a constructive dialogue with them;
- To meet delegates with common or similar topical interests with whom they could collaborate in the future.
As the phase 1 of Future Internet Public-Private Partnership is drawing to a close, we are gearing towards the initiation of it second phase, and also mobilizing stakeholders all over Europe for phase 3 preparations, this is the right moment to engage and share the overall vision, objectives and outcomes of this strategic European programme. It is time now for European stakeholders – SMEs, developers, cities, regions, industry and end-users to engage in the phase 2 and phase 3 of the FI-PPP programme and benefit from it.
Pictures and videos from the events.
Please see more information and the registration form for the event here.
The results of the in-depth analysis of five days of interactive debates and discussions at ITU Telecom World 2012 are in the form of “The Outcomes Report: An Industry in Transformation”.
Download here: Outcomes Report.
BonFIRE is pleased to announce that its cloud experimentation and testing facility is now open to the public. Developers, researchers and SMEs are invited to test their ideas for cloud-based applications and services for free. Read more
Invitation to participate – 1st International conference on Internet Science – Brussels, April 10-11, 2012
The 1st international conference on Internet Science, will be organized from April 10 to 11, 2013 in Brussels, under the aegis of the European Commission, and with the support of the FP7 European Network of Excellence in Internet Science in which I have the privilege to participate. Read more
Those who followed our previous calls must have noticed that they were basically bringing in complementary expertise to cover gaps in the functional map of FI-WARE. The new partners selected as a result of the successive calls were very similar in profile and objectives to those in the consortium from the beginning of the project.
The third call is different in scope and nature. Now that we have a core of solid GEs and disparate areas covered, our intention is to make sure that the results are experimented and ultimately adopted by the wider community and the industry.
In summary, the 3rd Open Call revolves around three axes:
- Take up of FI-WARE results by Internet application developers and entrepreneurs
- Creation and support of a dynamic innovation ecosystem around FI-WARE results
- Gain market visibility for the technologies and services developed by FI-WARE
The documents associated to the call are already available on the call page, namely the Guidelines for Applicants, the templates for the proposals and the Consortium Agreement & Collaboration Agreement. We will also populate the Q&A section if we decide to clarify any aspects that may need further explanations.
The deadline is February, 27 so there is still plenty of time. If you think that you can attract adopters, communities and promote the awareness of our result in our target ecosystems, we are looking for you!