Digital Society Challenges for Information and Communication Technology Industry

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Description: Information and Communication Technology Industry (ICT) Challenges on the way to the digital Society, Vodafone is the world's leading mobile communications group, Research Culture: Methods & Tools, Prospects and Opportunities of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Media, Prospects and Opportunities of ICT and Media, National Internet Use, Global Internet Use, Infomational self-dertermination, ICT: Key Challanges and Research Fields.

 
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Contents:
Information and Communication Technology Industry (ICT) � Challenges on the way to the digital Society
Regarding the International Delphi Study 2030

The German Arab Business Forum Vodafone Group Research & Development Dr. Bernd Wiemann Berlin, 3. June 2010

Vodafone Worldwide

Vodafone is the world's leading mobile communications group by revenue with:

Vodafone majority owned Partner Markets / Subsidiaries

- Group Revenue of �44.5 billion (FY March 08) - Approximately 341 million proportionate customers (as at March 2010) - Equity interests in 27 countries - Partner Markets in more than 40 countries

An Open and Trans-disciplinary Approach

Research Culture: Methods & Tools
Time Travel
Future Vision
2018 Today

Applied Research � Projects portfolio

1

Future Scenarios

2

Trend Radar

3

Group R&D Research Orientation
4
Boom town map Group R&D Exploratory Activities - collection, dialogue, exchange, overview

5

Standards

Business Ethics Radical Innovation Technoloy & Art
Emergenc y Innovation Mgt. discipline Design

Mobility Health Change of
Free Future sec urity framewor k Identity

Environment Energy

Security
Protection of mi nors

Business Ecosystem
NGMN Gaming / Multiplayer M2M

Energy
Sensor networ ks Networ k based computing Voice Ser vices IP Communication

Future Media
3D Content D eli ver y New Medi a For mat

Technology
Radio infr astructure Search Test envir onment Alternati ve Ter mi nal Architecture Networ k infrastructure Rural radi o coverage

Porter�s 5 Forces

Cooperations (Vendor, Foundations, others)

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Prospects and Opportunities of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Media
International Delphi Study 2030

1. Social implications of ICT development 2. ICT innovation policy 3. Infrastructure development and key technologies 4. ICT - driver of innovation in central areas of application

Prospect and O pport t es of I and M edi s uni i CT a Core Messages Message 1: Digitalization all areas of professional and privat live Message 2: Mobile use of the internet Message 3: Importance of accepance und trust Message 4: High performace communication infrastructur (fix&Mobil) Message 5: Impact to all key industries
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Confidential � nur f�r Mitglieder des Projektteams zur Delphi-Studie

N at onalI ernet Use i nt
Thesis 1:Mor e t han 95 per cent of t he adult populat ion in act ively and r egular ly use t he Int er net and it s ser vices.

66%
42% 35% 30% 26% 18% 18% 17% 10% 8% 15% 30% 32% 28% 21% 12% 11%17% 15% 8% 3% 29%

12% 6% 6%

10% 12% 12% 8% 9% Wahrscheinlich nie DNAdigital
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2010-2014 DE Experten

2015-2019

2020-2024

2025-2030 EU Experten

Sp�ter USA Experten

Weitere int. Experten

Confidential � nur f�r Mitglieder des Projektteams zur Delphi-Studie

Gl obalI ernet Use nt
Thesis 2: Mor e t han 75 per cent of t he wor ld populat ion act ively use t he int er net sever al t im es per week (in 2008, appr oxim ately 16 per cent , or 1.2 billion wor ldwide use t he int er net )

51% 44%48% 44% 41% 36% 24% 24% 11% 10% 7% 2% 2015-2019 2020-2024 2025-2030 EU Experten Sp�ter USA Experten 23% 14% 14% 12% 28% 20% 15% 12% 5% Wahrscheinlich nie DNAdigital
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8% 5% 0% 3% 2010-2014 DE Experten

2%

Weitere int. Experten

Confidential � nur f�r Mitglieder des Projektteams zur Delphi-Studie

Prospect and O pport t es of I and M edi s uni i CT a Core Messages Message 1: Digitalization all areas of professional and privat live Message 2: Mobile use of the internet Message 3: Importance of accepance und trust Message 4: High performace communication infrastructur (fix&Mobil) Message 5: Impact to all key industries
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Confidential � nur f�r Mitglieder des Projektteams zur Delphi-Studie

M obie I ernet Use l nt
Thesis 4: Mor e people in r egular ly access t he Int er net t hr ough m obile devices t han st at ionar y com put er s.

45% 42%

54% 50% 49% 36% 22% 22% 22% 20% 12% 9% 9% 3% 9% 3% 2% 1% Sp�ter USA Experten 4% 3% Wahrscheinlich nie DNAdigital
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18%

22% 17% 11%

8% 6%

2010-2014 DE Experten

2015-2019

2020-2024

2025-2030 EU Experten

Weitere int. Experten

Confidential � nur f�r Mitglieder des Projektteams zur Delphi-Studie

Prospect and O pport t es of I and M edi s uni i CT a Core Messages Message 1: Digitalization all areas of professional and privat live Message 2: Mobile use of the internet Message 3: Importance of accepance und trust Message 4: High performace communication infrastructur (fix&Mobil) Message 5: Impact to all key industries
13

Confidential � nur f�r Mitglieder des Projektteams zur Delphi-Studie

I orm at onalsel - erm i i nf i f det nat on
Thesis 32: An individuel� s cont r ol over t he use of his / her per sonal dat a on t he int er net is pr ot ect edby law in (pr inciple of Inf or m at ional self -det er m inat ion)

64% 54%

34% 22% 8% 3% 2010-2014 DE Experten 23%

38% 32% 32% 15% 11% 15% 19% 19% 17% 13% 22% 16% 5% 10% 3% 2% 2025-2030 EU Experten 3% 3% 7% 3% 10%

2015-2019

2020-2024

Sp�ter USA Experten

Wahrscheinlich nie DNAdigital
14

Weitere int. Experten

Confidential � nur f�r Mitglieder des Projektteams zur Delphi-Studie

I om at onalsel nf i f dert erm i i nat on
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Confidential � nur f�r Mitglieder des Projektteams zur Delphi-Studie

Prospect and O pport t es of I and M edi s uni i CT a Core Messages Message 1: Digitalization all areas of professional and privat live Message 2: Mobile use of the internet Message 3: Importance of accepance und trust Message 4: High performace communication infrastructur (fix&mobil) Message 5: Impact to all key industries
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ICT: Key Challanges and Research Fields
> Society Implications
� IT-Security � Informational Self-Determination (eRubber) � Digital Identity, E-Democracy, Freedom � Education, Life long learning, Future Work place, � Trans-Disciplinarity

> Daily Life
� Long term data management � Digital Assistents

> ICT as Innovation driver for other Industries
� Mobility, Car, Health, Media, Consumer Devices � Energy-Efficiencies, SmartGrid � Payment, Cards, SIM Evolution

> Infrastructure and Key-Technologies
� Infrastructures LTE & Fiber � Security � Cloud Communications � Smart Space, Devices, Displays � Machine to Machine Communication

>Welcome >in the >,,Digital Society"

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