Living Roadmap challenges

To better support the initiation and evaluation of new ITEA projects and to support the management of ongoing projects, an ITEA Living roadmap has been established including a State-of-the-Art database with public deliverables from ITEA projects. The Living Roadmap has also been extended with information about projects, societal and economic challenges and people as well as the links between them.

On this page you can find the set of challenges as described in the Living Roadmap.

The full version of the the Living Roadmap is accessible through the ITEA Community website . Login with your personal credentials and having signed and uploaded the relevant Non-disclosure Agreement (NDA) is needed.

 

Challenges

Smart mobility

We are living in a society which is dominated by mobility. We need to be mobile in our business environment as well as in our private activities. Nobody intends to give up this mobility and come back to a stationary...

Smart health

Health care Because of the global economic growth there will be an increased spending on health related services. It allows access to healthcare for a larger number of people and an increased awareness of available healthcare options for them. This in...

Security and safety

Next generation of Professionnal Mobile Radio (PMR) networks PPDR (Public Protection and Disaster Relief) networks are currently facing a significant technological move from 80's narrowband technologies to state-of-the-art communication technologies leveraging 3GPP LTE and Advanced-LTE standard...

Smart engineering

Engineering To remain competitive at a global level with our embedded products, continuous performance improvement and cost reduction is required, in combination with increased quality, security and safety. In parallel, the organisation of the embedded systems value chain is getting more...

Smart communities

Virtualisation of communities Virtual worlds are an emerging medium that is constantly creeping into our lives. Following the success of such gaming worlds as World of Warcraft, The Sims and others, terms like 3D, avatars, chat and real...

Smart city

Urbanisation 1.1.    Megatrends During the second half of the XXth century, the world population has massively moved to cities. A major milestone in mankind history was reached around 2005 when urban populations surpassed rural ones. The trend will ...

Smart industry

The fourth industrial revolution is already on its way. This revolution is driven by giant leaps in software innovation and promises to radically alter the face of industry in the coming decades. Automated production systems using advanced robotics increasingly communicate...