[Ccsds-omg-liaison] Fwd: Enterprise Interoperability Information Day, Athens Greece

Jon Siegel siegel at omg.org
Tue Feb 22 17:00:46 EST 2005

Great idea. Both orgs need to finalize our sides of the program first. How 
about middle of next week for a target date, and we can put all 
together.  -- JS

At 04:44 PM 2/22/2005, Adrian J. Hooke wrote:
>Jon and the SDTF folk: are you going to get an announcement like this on 
>the streets about "Space Information Day?"
>>Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2005 11:38:44 -0500
>>From: Nicole Glazen Rikkinen <nicole at omg.org>
>>Subject: Enterprise Interoperability Information Day, Athens Greece
>>To: nicole at omg.org
>>OMG's Business Enterprise Integration (BEI) PTF invites you to join them at
>>the Athens Technical Meeting on Wednesday, April 13, 2005 for the Enterprise
>>Interoperability Information Day.
>>Enterprise Interoperability is climbing high on the IT strategy agenda both
>>in US and Europe. Learn about the current state and future directions from
>>both the OMG and the European industry and research perspectives.
>>The goal of the Information Day is to provide information about ongoing and
>>planned activities and standardization efforts in OMG related to Enterprise
>>Interoperability, in particular from the BEI (Business Enterprise
>>Integration) and MANTIS (Manufacturing) task forces. This will be
>>accompanied by presentations from ongoing European 6th Framework research
>>projects related to user requirements and results for Enterprise
>>Interoperability. The day will conclude with a panel discussion on future
>>standard needs and opportunities.
>>Goals and objectives: To provide information about and exchange between OMG
>>and ongoing European 6th Framework projects related to Enterprise
>>Interoperability, and to analyze how to best use and contribute to ongoing
>>and emerging standardization activities.
>>Access is free for participants to the general OMG TC meeting, special price
>>for the Enterprise Interoperability Information day only, is $150.00 USD.
>>If you have not already registered for the Technical Meeting, please see:
>>0830 ­ 0845             Welcome Introduction
>>                         Dr. Richard Soley, CEO, Object Management Group
>>                         Arian Zwegers, European Commision, “The CEC 6th FW
>>                         Cluster projects on Enterprise 
>> Interoperability”(tbc)
>>0900 ­ 0930             OMG BEIDTF Status and Plans
>>                         Fred Cummins, EDS Fellow, EDS
>>                         ·       RFP results
>>                         ·       RFI/RFC results
>>                         ·       Roadmap discussion
>>0930 ­ 1000             OMG Business Rules Status and Plans
>>                         Don Baisley, Consulting Engineer, Unisys
>>1000 ­ 1030             Semantics of Business Vocabulary and Rules (SBVR) 
>>Approach to
>>Business Modeling                       Language for the Digital Business 
>>Ecosystem (DBE)
>>                         Angelo Corallo, University of Lecce
>>1030 ­ 1045     BREAK
>>1045 ­ 1115             MANTIS activities related to Enterprise 
>>                         Uwe Kaufman, Dipl.-Math., Fraunhofer IPK
>>1115 ­ 1200             MANTIS Case Study, PLM Services
>>                         Michael Feltes, Daimler Chrysler
>>1200 ­ 1400             OMG LUNCH ­ with plenary presentation
>>1400 - 1445             Industry Requirements for Enterprise Interoperability
>>                         From the Automotive, Aerospace, Furniture and 
>> Telecom domains
>>                   Maria Anastasiou, INTRACOM  (ATHENA project)
>>                   From the Health and Crisis Management domains
>>                   Simela Topouzidou, ATC (SODIUM project)
>>                         From the Finance domain
>>                   NN, IBM   (User partner MODELWARE project)
>>1445 - 1515             Related European activities and projects
>>                         ·       ATHENA IP   Claudia Gugliemina, TXT
>>                         ·       INTEROP NoE     Arne J. Berre, SINTEF
>>1515 ­ 1530             BREAK
>>1530 - 1630             Related European activities and projects (continued)
>>                         ·       SODIUM STREP, Aphrodite Tsalgatidou, NKUA
>>                         ·       TRUSTCOM (NN, SAP) (tbc)
>>                         ·       MODELWARE Business Integration (NN, IBM) 
>> (tbc)
>>                         ·       SECSE  (Stefano de Panfilis, 
>> Engineering) (tbc)
>>                         ·       CROSSWORK (N. Mehandjiev/K. Fessl) (tbc)
>>1630 ­ 1730             Discussion on Future Potential Standards Efforts
>>                         for the support of Enterprise Interoperability
>>                         Stan Hendryx, CEO, Hendryx & Associates
>>                         ·       NO-REST, The Networked Organisations - 
>> REsearch into STandards and
>>Standardisation Project, Kai Jacobs, Univ. Aachen (tbc)
>>                         ·       COPRAS, The Cooperative Platform for 
>> Research and Standards - Scott
>>Hansen, Open Group (tbc)
>>1800 ­ 2000             OMG Reception
>>Thank you for your consideration, see you in Athens!
>>Nicole Rikkinen
>>VP, Business Development
>>Object Management Group
>>250 First Avenue, Suite 100
>>Needham, MA 02494
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