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  • 1. CIP ICT Policy Support Programme Workprogramme 2012(Call 6) FP7 ICT Work Programme 2011-12 (Call 9) Iacopo De Angelis NCP ICT - ICT PSPAPRE 26 GENNAIO 2012*Fonte: Presentazioni elaborate da Commissione Europea per CIP ICT PSP NCP meeting 2012 (19/12/2011)

2. CIP ICT Policy Support Programme Workprogramme 2012(Call 6) Iacopo De AngelisNCP ICT - ICT PSP APRE26 GENNAIO 2012*Fonte: Presentazioni elaborate da Commissione Europea per CIP ICT PSP NCP meeting 2012 (19/12/2011) 3. THE COMPETITIVENESS & INNOVATION frameworkPROGRAMME - CIP Information Communication Entrepreneurship andTechnologies Policy supportIntelligent Energy EuropeInnovation ProgrammeProgramme (ICT PSP) (IEE) (EIP) Fostering energy efficiency & Better access to finance for the rational use of energySMEs through venture capital sourcesinvestment & loan guarantee Promoting new & renewableinstruments energy sources & energy Europe Enterprise Network Support for eco-innovation ~730 M diversification Promoting EE & new energy sources in transport ~2,170 M ~730 Mhttp://ec.europa.eu/cip/index_en.htm 4. ICT PSP: Objectives Key instrument supporting the DAE policy initiative ICT PSP: To drive forward innovation through the wider uptake and best use of ICTs Complements ICT in FP7 that aims at strengthening Europes leadership role in mastering and shaping the development of ICTs ICT PSP: Three inter-linked goals (legal base) Develop the single information space Support innovation / wide adoption and investments in ICT Enable an inclusive Information Society 5. How to address it?The demand drive for innovation p ou ap grm ct PPPsad lero seJTIson by d pFP7 WPse n u ICT PSPBa aw 185Demand drivendrJPIUser-ledOpen platforms for innovationfEU-wide uptaketo lis s Areas of publico me t o interesti ng utcERC ond d oFET-Open societal challengessp cteRe pe ex Industrial R&D FundamentalProduct development Uptake and Experimental research & commercialisation Deployment development 6. ICT PSP budget profile ICT PSP (~730 M for 2007-13), indicative profile ICTPSP 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total57.4 ~52~105 ~112 ~120 ~135 ~149 ~730 not including contributions from EFTA or from other potential associated countries Support to the development and use of digital content in ICT PSP from 2009 7. ICT PSP annual work programmes:Approach and structure WP focused on a set of themes with ultimate socio-economic goals, to maximise impact In areas where public support is needed In areas where Community support is needed Activities building on, & strengthening Member States actions Activities stimulating new actions in public and private sector Themes are addressed through a set of objectives Each objective is supported through Pilots and/or Networking actions Pilots (A, B), Best Practice Network and Thematic Network + Awareness, benchmarking, conf., Studies,(Callfor tender) 8. Instruments overviewThree complementary instruments based on combined approaches: Building on initiatives in member states //associated countries Pilots Type ABuilding on initiatives in member states associated countries Pilots Type AStimulating innovative use of ICT in public & private sector Pilots Type B Stimulating innovative use of ICT in public & private sector Pilots Type BMobilisation/Exchanges between practitioners & policy makers Thematic NetworksMobilisation/Exchanges between practitioners & policy makers Thematic NetworksOne transitory instrument, reserved for digital library theme:Combining consensus building //awareness raising //large scale implementation BPN Combining consensus building awareness raising large scale implementation BPN(Best Practice Network) (Best Practice Network)Implementation through Call for Applicants 9. ICT PSP Call 6Five Themes:Theme 1: ICT for smart citiesTheme 2: Digital content, open access and creativityTheme 3: ICT for health, ageing well and inclusionTheme 4: ICT for innovative government and public servicesTheme 5: Trusted eServices and other actionsCovering in total 19 ObjectivesIndicative budget: 127 MCall launch: 1 February 2012Call close:15 May 2012Information day in Brussels: 3 February 2012 (http://ec.europa.eu/ict_psp) 10. Theme 1: ICT for Smart CitiesThree objectives: 1.1: Smart urban digital services for energy efficiency 1.2: Cooperative transport systems for smart mobility 1.3: Open innovation for Internet-enabled services and next generation access(NGA) services in smart cities Total indicative EU funding for Theme 1 = 27millionSmart cities = local areas that make a conscious effort touptake innovative ICT based solutions to improve conditions ofliving and working and support a more inclusive andsustainable urban environment 11. Objective 1.1Smart urban digital services for energy efficiency Several Pilots B - 8 M Objective: to stimulate the creation, provision and use of innovative digital services supporting energy- efficient, low carbon activities in an urban context Target group: publicly owned buildings and buildings in public use or of public interest 12. Objective 1.2 Cooperative transport systems for smartmobility One or two Pilot B for - 5 M To facilitate the uptake of a set of globally prioritisedcooperative systems applications in Europe Pilots should lead to harmonised testing, installation,monitoring and assessment Applications to include vehicle-to-vehicle andvehicle-to-infrastructure communications 13. Objective 1.3Open innovation for Internet-enabled services and next generation access (NGA) services in smart cities Several Pilots B - 14 M The aim is two-fold: 1. Facilitate the creation of efficient innovation ecosystems thatdevelop services and applications making use of informationgenerated by users (e.g. through social networks) or captured fromsensors (Internet of Things); 2. Stimulate demand for innovative services and applications based onnext generation access (NGA) networks. 14. Theme 2: Digital content, open data and creativity Three objectives: 2.1: Europeana and creativity 2.2: Open Data and open access to content 2.3: eLearning Total indicative EU funding for Theme 2:41 M 15. Objective 2.1Europeana and creativityIndicative total EU contribution of 24 MCovering: Content for Europeana: aggregation increasing quality andcontent, cloud computing, interoperability(Several Best Practice Networks) Experimenting with the use of cultural material for creativity:creative re-use and open lab environments(Several Best Practice Networks) European Rights Information management:Registry of Orphan Works, Standards for better rightsinformation(two pilots B) Thematic Network on new business models for publishingin the digital age 16. Objective 2.2 Open data and open access to contentIndicative total EU contribution of 12 MCovering: Geographic Information: foster the wider use of spatial data,harmonised information (INSPIRE directive), innovative servicesby the private sector, at least 6 MS (one or two Pilots A) Open access to scientific information: experiments, newparadigms for accessing and using information (one or twoPilots B) Legal aspects of Public Sector Information (One TN) andstandards for open data (one TN): involving legal expert andwide range of stakeholders 17. Objective 2.3 eLearning for mathematics and science One or two Pilots B - 5 M Introduce and evaluate e-learning forscientific disciplines in primary andsecondary schools Forster Multi stakeholder partnerships Conditions: wide coverage at least 5countries 18. Theme 3: ICT for health, ageing well andinclusionSeven objectives: 3.1: Wide deployment of integrated care services 3.2: Towards open and personalized solutions for active and independentliving 3.3: Digital capacity and skills 3.4: Fall prevention network for older persons 3.5: Large scale deployment of telehealth services for chronic conditionsmanagement 3.6: Adoption, taking up and testing of standards and specifications foreHealth interoperability 3.7: Community Building on Active and Healthy Ageing Total indicative EU funding for Theme 3: 24M 19. Objective 3.1Wide deployment of integrated care services One Pilots A - 8 M ICT services supporting the integration of healthcare,social care and self-care; Unlock new services and value chains, impact oftele-health and tele-care Involve wide spectrum of stakeholders and new actors(e.g. procurers, insurers) Deploy new care pathways and new organisational models,large scale deployment, guidelines, exploitation plan 20. Objective 3.2Towards open and personalised solutions for active and independent living Several Pilots B - 5 M Demonstrate the socio-economic benefits of open ICT-basedservice platforms for delivering of independent living servicesto older people and their formal/informal carers Building on interoperable and open standards, relevant set ofservices and multi-vendor solutions Addressing the platfoms adaptability to multiple and changinguser needs and different organisational settings Involve at least 5 organisations responsible for service delivery and > 5000 end-users Ambitious exploitation plan, dissemination and communication 21. Objective 3.3 Digital capacity and skills Indicative total EU contribution of 3 M Pilot B (2.5 M) for Digital capacity and skillsbuilding training for health, social care and social inclusion actors in the field of active and healthy ageing and wider digital inclusion ICT-based digital literacy main target are social inclusion agents TN 0.5 M on Community Building for digitalliteracy and skills Connecting existing national/regional/sectoral networks relevant to address digital literacy and eskills amongst elderly people and their carers 22. Objective 3.4Fall Prevention network for older persons One TN - 1 M Bring together key national and/or regional actors ininnovative solutions for fall prevention and intervention Develop and consolidate guidelines and toolkits; Compare,share