The goal of this workshop is to collect, align and discuss input to the definition of priority-topics as a basis for the discussion on priorities in the Work Programme for the first KDT call. This workshop specifically addresses AI, IoT, Advanced Control and Edge Computing oriented topics as identified by the ECS community, and described in the various sections of the ECS SRIA 2021.
The topic of is becoming increasingly important as hyperconnectivity and ubiquity continues to accelerate, with physical-digital integration, the Internet of Things, big data, augmented and virtual reality, and increasingly capable Artificial Intelligence that enable applications such as connected cars, smart homes, industry 4.0, etc. Digital Technologies have been instrumental in keeping our economies and societies running during the pandemic.
If gaps in the ECS SRIA 2021 are detected, then these gaps are to be addressed in the ECS SRIA 2022.
Chapters: for AI, edge computing and advanced control the reference chapter is 2.1. IoT related topics are addressed in different chapters, thanks to the interdisciplinarity of this topic: 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4. Application chapters also address these topics but, due to time limitations, we focus more on enabling and domain-independent technologies.
The key contributor of the topic to the SRIA gives an overview/explanation and the initial priority setting as meant by the SRIA team. Then the EC and some representatives of Participating States (PS) give their viewpoints. The landscape will be set by the ECSEL-JU, followed by contributions of representatives of other stakeholders and industries with overlapping interests. Then a general discussion with all speakers by the moderator with inputs of the plenary.
|09.30||Introduction||Arian Zwegers, European Commission and Jan Lohstroh, ARTEMIS-IA|
|09.35||Introduction by moderator||Patrick Pype, NXP|
|09.40||Overview and initial priority settings||Paolo Azzoni, Eurotech and Marc Duranton, List-CEA|
|10.00||Viewpoints of European Commission||Marco Ceccarelli, European Commission|
|10.10||Viewpoints of Germany||Julia Kaltschew, VDI/VDE Innovation & Technik GmbH|
|10.20||Viewpoints of member states|
|10.30||Portfolio analysis on the topic of ECSEL JU programme||Yves Gigase, ECSEL-JU|
|10.40||Viewpoints of Bosch.IO||Johannes Kristan, Bosch.IO Sven Erik Jeroschewski, Bosch.IO|
|10.50||Viewpoints of Kalray||Eric Baissus, Kalray|
|11.00||Edge AI Trends||Kay Bierzynski, Infineon|
|11.10||Viewpoints of IMEC||Axel Nackaerts, IMEC|
|11.20||Speakers discussion||led by Patrick Pype, NXP|
|12.00||Proposals for priorities||Patrick Pype, NXP|
|12.15||Final statements||Arian Zwegers, European Commission and Jan Lohstroh, ARTEMIS|