|Coordinatore||DEPENDABLE REAL TIME SYSTEMS LTD
address: Westbourne Road 86
|Nazionalità Coordinatore||United Kingdom [UK]|
|Sito del progetto||http://www.raisme.eu|
|Totale costo||982˙844 €|
|EC contributo||692˙345 €|
Specific Programme "Capacities": Research for the benefit of SMEs
|Anno di inizio||2010|
|Periodo (anno-mese-giorno)||2010-11-01 - 2012-08-31|
DEPENDABLE REAL TIME SYSTEMS LTD
address: Westbourne Road 86
|UK (South Yorkshire)||coordinator||366˙949.00|
GENERACION AUTOMATICA DE MODELOS DECONOCIMIENTO SL
address: CALLE ALCALA 20 OFICINA 404
address: PIAZZA QUATTRO NOVEMBRE 7
FUNDACIO PRIVADA I2CAT, INTERNET I INNOVACIO DIGITAL A CATALUNYA
address: CALLE GRAN CAPITA 2-4, EDIFICI NEXUS I
THE UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD
address: FIRTH COURT WESTERN BANK
UNIVERSITAT POLITECNICA DE CATALUNYA
address: Jordi Girona 31
INSTITUT NATIONAL DE RECHERCHE EN INFORMATIQUE ET EN AUTOMATIQUE
address: Domaine de Voluceau, Rocquencourt
|FR (LE CHESNAY Cedex)||participant||840.00|
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'This project is an innovative collaboration between three high-tech SMEs with global aspirations and arguably three of the best RTD performers in Europe. The project itself and the outcomes resulting from the work will have a unifying theme of innovation, flexibility, collaboration, and of delivering whole product solutions as a norm. In technology markets the goal is market share via whole product solutions. At the start of the development life cycle the whole product barely exists. At best there will be a core product surrounded by an envelope of custom services required to make the application work. In this early market visionaries commit to an incomplete product and use it as a foundation for fielding an application breakthrough. However, the challenge of driving out the service component and of providing a fully integrated commoditised product, where significant revenue can fund the building of valuable market share is beyond the reach of most SMEs. In fact innovation by SMEs is often characterized by products with a low R&D intensity and a limited view of markets, and very few companies ever establish products of international scale. The RAISME project will enable high-tech SMEs with niche skills to rapidly build and scale innovative ICT applications through the collaborative use of advanced “mashup” technology and cloud computing. The RAISME SMEs will be at the vanguard of a new business paradigm where the end-user becomes part of the product development lifecycle, thus accelerating it, and where importing innovations from the internet allows exploiting knowledge faster and productivity increases. The RTD performers who have developed state-of-the-art visualisation, optimisation and integration tools will boot-strap a series of niche applications brought to the project by the SMEs to properly exploit knowledge services. Additionally the anticipated project outcomes will help mobilise communities of high-performing SMEs compete in worldwide markets.'
An EU project allows small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to better collaborate. It will help SMEs utilise cloud platforms to shorten product development cycles.
SMEs often have limited ability to innovate on their own, but may be more successful working with other SMEs. However, SMEs often face difficulty collaborating, particularly in terms of finding partners and developing products.
The 'Rapid application innovation for SMEs' (RAISME) project aims to help SMEs collaborate and shorten their product development cycles. Specifically, RAISME will help SMEs rapidly build and scale up computer applications. The project set out to provide a data processing platform to allow the exploitation of new algorithm and visualisation technologies. The overall goal is to extend the capacity of SMEs to develop and integrate cloud platforms and identify new business models.
Project members began with a review of technologies to establish the project's platform requirements and architecture. Next, the project produced its first prototype, which was demonstrated to all partners who then provided feedback. The initial prototype demonstrated the feasibility of the concept. However, numerous limitations were discovered, and the project worked to iron them out.
The second prototype, with improved architecture, showed a broad range of improvements, especially in terms of ease of deployment, identity management and data visualisation. It also included a wireframe user interface. The developments incorporated a semantic framework, built on the matchmaker service developed by the EU project ALIVE.
Project dissemination work includes a website, brochure and presentation at one training event.
The project's functional prototype integrates services provided by SMEs into a platform that provides users with access to powerful processing algorithms. The RAISME platform provides tools for the analysis and visualisation of complex data, which will have a role in analysis of business data and the provision of services.
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