Track 3 - NESSI National Initiatives 6

Report
NESSI-Hungary
Software and Services National Technology Platform
general overview
Attila Haraszti (HP Hungary)
National Initiative for Software and Services
 Modelled on NESSI(-Europe)
 Initiative by Hungarian Association of IT Companies (IVSz).
 Platform creation started in Nov. 2007.
 Lead by Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME).
 Professional coordination by BME
 Organizational coordination by IVSz
 Supported by National Office for Research and Techology (NKTH).
 Currently over 90 members form industry and academia
 Open for any other organization (Hungarian ICT stakeholders).
 No fee membership.
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Members
 92 members
– 53 SME
– 9
Enterprise
– 8
Multi
– 2
Academy
– 6
University
– 5
Association
– 3
Government
– 6
Others
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Main goals
 To establish and maintain cooperation with national and international
partners (e.g. Hungarian e-Government development framework).
 To elaborate its basic documents:
– Vision,
– Strategic Research Agenda,
– Implementation Plan.
 To initiative industry-university R&D
(e.g. http://www.hp.com/techservers/hpccn/sci_vis/HP_Parallel_Compositing_Library-10.pdf ).
 To assist its members joining in FP7 projects.
 To expand NESSI-Hungary.
 Self-sustaining.
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Working Groups (WGs)
 Activities in NESSI-Hungary are realised in WGs.
Open to all members.
 WGs are organised in two dimension.
 Six technology oriented (professional) WGs
1. Process Management
2. Interoperability
3. Architecture – SOA
4. Software engineering
5. IT Security and CIIP
6. Software quality
 Domain oriented WGs.
e-Government
Actuality: Hungarian e-Government development programme with EU funding
e-Health Working Group will start soon
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Process
Management
IOP
Architecture
SOA
Software
Technology
IT Security
Software
Quality
Future Network Infrastructure
Scalable and dynamic routing and addressing
Efficient data and traffic management
Adaptability to heterogeneous environments
Security, privacy and trust
Availability, ubiquity and simplicity
Energetic and economic sustainability
Future Internet Overview
Future Network Society
Consumers enjoying
permanent, seamless
and confident services
Internet of Services
Communication of
context aware
autonomic objects
Internet of Things
Internet of Contents
and Knowledge
Internet by
and for People
Accomodation of all Interactive multimedia
user ideas and
content everywhere
requirements
and easy to search
Future Network Infrastructure
Scalable and dynamic routing and addressing
Efficient data and traffic management
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Adaptability to heterogeneous environments
Security, privacy and trust
Availability, ubiquity and simplicity
Energetic and economic sustainability
Contact:
Conference stand number 11.
[email protected]
www.nessi-hungary.com
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