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Challenge 6: Mobility,

Environmental sustainability

and energy efficiency

Includes as driving objective:

“Sustainable growth and environmental sustainability”

With focus on ICT research:

To decouple economic growth and environmental degradation

To move towards a cleaner, safer and healthier environment

reduce environmental risk on society

To improve energy efficiency

To improve efficiency in the use of raw materials/natural resources

In connection to other activities

under the i2010 initiative

awareness, take
up measures

large scale pilots

policy support ICT for environmental
management and energy efficiency

ICT for environmental management


Towards a Single Information Space for the Environment in Europe


Collaborative systems for environmental management

From monitoring to reporting, management, alert and response

Enhanced capacity to assess population exposure and health risk

Visionary concepts, as well as evolutionary integrated systems

Generic solutions with prime validation focus on water and air

Coordination and Support Actions

Adoption of common open architectures (INSPIRE, GMES, GEOSS)

ICT research for disaster risk reduction and emergency management

Net in the field of ICT for environmental sustainability

ICT for energy efficiency

ICT for energy
intensive products, services and processes

Design and simulation of energy profiles over the life cycle

Monitoring and business models for energy production/distribution/use

Efficient management of local power grids

Towards energy
neutral living and working environments

Coordination and Support Actions


A Single European Information Space

The completion of a
Single European

Information Space

which promotes an open

and competitive internal market for information society and media

Innovation and investment in research

Innovation and Investment
in ICT research to
promote growth and more and better jobs

Inclusion, better public services and quality of life

Achieving an
Inclusive European Information Society

promotes growth and jobs in a manner that is consistent with
sustainable development and that prioritises

better public services
and quality of life

Partnership for implementation

Cooperation with
Member States

Dialogue with

i2010 High Level

i2010 High
Level Events


Interoperability and standards

Use of standards solving the conflicts doing business

Meet the needs of different stakeholders

Security and legal aspects

Ensure the needed level of trust in the SISEE

transparency and accessibility of Directives

easy and cheap security mechanisms adopted by SMEs

Application for SMEs

the complexity of the SEEM framework hidden to SMEs

access simple and cheap

following European Directives

Possibilities: partner search, to avoid waste of resources

Consumer trust and protection

Transparency in the process

non repudiation

privacy, ease of use, certainty of the personal relation



technological vision: “secure infrastructure to
support knowledge
based fully interoperable
eRegistries and eServices”.

Implementing technologies: SOA (UDDI, SOAP,

Need for URI (Universal Resource

Need for a variety of services needed for
collaboration: contact, negotiation, conflict
resolution, etc.

SISEE Registry and repository network

Composed of 4 independent layers

Neutral, Open interfaces using webServices

Existing Technology where it exists

Trialled via an internal testbed


Collaborative Working Environments (CWE) are
systems providing collaboration services to allow
distributed actors to seamlessly work together
towards common goals.

CWE is one of the drivers for creativity and
innovation in a single EU Market, and also in the

CWE and SISEE share the collaboration focus.

But SISEE is also about eEnvironment in general,
not only collaboration, regulation and policy.


ICT meeting societal challenges

ICT for content, creativity and personal development

ICT supporting businesses and industry

ICT for trust and confidence

electronics, photonics & integrated micro/nano

Ubiquitous and unlimited capacity communication networks

Embedded systems, computing and control

Software, Grids, security and dependability

Knowledge, cognitive and learning systems

Simulation, visualisation, interaction and mixed realities


Technology pillars