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From PLANET to PLANET II. Susanne Biundo University of Ulm, Germany. Motivation for PLANET. The initial state of PLANET High quality standards in European P&S research Low awareness of the technology in Europe Collaboration mostly on person-to-person bases - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Motivation for PLANET

    The initial state of PLANET

    High quality standards in European P&S research

    Low awareness of the technology in Europe

    Collaboration mostly on person-to-person bases

    Few pan-European efforts on joint R&D projects

    The US DARPA/Rome Laboratory P&S initiative

  • General Aims of PLANETBuild a co-ordinated framework to support P&S research,development, and technology transfer in Europe

    Encourage and support pan-European co-operation between research groups and industry

    Promote technology transfer through the early involvement of industrial partners

    Co-ordinate the training and exchange of researchers and people from industry and administration

    Provide an information infrastructure and a representative source of expertise

  • Achievements of PLANET (1)PLANET created a common framework and infrastructure to support pan-European research, development, and technology transfer Increase of mutual awareness between European research groups in academia and industry

    Involvement of industrial partners

    Increase of awareness of the technology outside the field (?)

  • Development of the Network65 nodes in 14 countries - 16 industrial companies 7 SMEs - 16 research centres - 33 universities10 associated members - end-user organisations - consultancy companies - software vendors

  • Achievements of PLANET (2)PLANET concentrated its work on a number of areas of particular interest maintaining responsiveness - new technological developments - needs of network members and community

    maintaining continuity - focused and goal-directed work

  • TCUs of PLANETIdentification of areas according to current needs, opportunities, and critical mass among network members

  • Achievement s of PLANET (3)It reflects and identifies the current state of the technology recent developments relations to other fileds and (TCU) areas problems and deficiencies w.r.t. real application requirements issues to be addressed in order to achieve an effective and rapid transfer of the technologydirections for potential exploitations application-driven improvements of methodologies and techniquesdevelopment plans for focused actionsPLANET produced a comprehensive road map

  • Network Activities (1)Organisation of 20 TCU workshopsInitiation and organisation of the International Summer School on AI PlanningSponsoring of P&S conferencesSupport of cross-site visitsSupport of open workshops at conferencesOrganisation of general network meetings

  • Network Activities (2)Technology Information Days -An offer to people form industrial companies and authoritiesOverview of the technology

    Demonstration of successful industrial applications of planning and scheduling

    Reports on increased profitability and responsiveness

  • PLANET II Develop information society technologies to enable workers and enterprises to increase their competitiveness in the global market place improvement of the quality of the individuals working life freedom from many constraints on working methods and organisation

    Key R&D requirements include development of novel architectures and solutions for interoperability, scalability, customisability, dependability adoption of user centred design principlesPLANET II is more consequently settled within the IST Key Action II

    New Methods of Work and Electronic Commerce

  • General Aims of PLANET IIPLANET II will build upon the achievements of PLANET continue many of PLANETs activities inresearch and developmenttechnology transfer training and exchangeproviding an information infrastructure

    take up additional initiatives

    contribute to the KA II work programmee-work systems: new work place designs, ...knowledge management: sharing and delivery of knowledge, ...organisation: team-work, workflow, new services, ...

  • Work packages

  • WP5: Infrastructure and Managementedition of the newsletter, production of promotion materialconstruction and maintenance of a P&S bibliographyextension and maintenance of the PLANET Websitemoderation of the mailinglist external contacts and co-operationsnetwork administration and co-ordinationorganisation of the internal evaluationco-ordination with the European Commission

  • TCUs of PLANET IIAerospace ApplicationsAmedeo CestaTim GrantWorkflow ManagementDaniel BorrajoRobot PlanningMalik GhallabKnowledge EngineeringLee McCluskeyIntelligent ManufacturingRuth AylettOn-line Planningand SchedulingGerard VerfaillieWeb-based ApplicationsAlfredo Milani

  • Management StructureNetwork Co-ordinator: Susanne BiundoNetwork Executive CommitteeRuth AylettSusanne BiundoDaniel BorrajoAmedeo CestaBrian DrabbleMalik GhallabTim GrantLee McCluskeyAlfredo Milani Sam SteelGerard Verfaille

    Network Administrator: Bernd Schattenberg

  • Budget and Funding PolicyPLANET II received a budget of 250.000 Euro per year

    Budget breakdown for one yearnetwork meetings and workshops: 120.000 Eurocross-site visits, review meetings, etc. : 12.000 Euroconferences, open workshops, etc. : 14.000 Eurosummer school : 33.000 Eurospecial tasks: 26.000 Euromanagement: 26.000 Euroadministration: 19.000 Euro

    PLANET is required to only partly fund participation in its events

  • Deliverables No. Name WP PM Type Month

    D1 Planning Software 2 1.5 Website 3 Repository online

    D2 Software Catalogue, 2 1.5 Website 3 Case Studies online

    D3 Newsletter Issue 5 0.5 Magazine 4

    D4 Project Presentation 5 - Website 4

    D5 Summer School 4 - Report, 6 Proceed. . . . . .

  • Development of the Network 247 nodes in 14 countries - 7 industrial companies 1 SMEs - 13 research centres - 26 universities(10 associated members - end-user organisations - consultancy companies - software vendors)

  • ConclusionStrengthen our community include all groups

    Identify challenges and drive research road maps, scientific working programmes contribute to KA II

    Identify new applications in industrial and administrative sectors approach other communitiesImplementation of PLANETs ambitious work plan requires help by all members