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Towards The Development Of Future Internet Enterprise Systems


  • Ioan Stefan Sacala
  • Mihnea Alexandru Moisescu
  • Mihail Sacala


Current R&D activities, sustained by the European Commission and by FP7 financial support are focusing on the development and standardization of new technologies to sustain the “Future Internet”. In this context the development of new Internet related concepts and technologies oriented towards providing positive benefits for individuals, society, economy, culture and environment has been included in a broad concept of Future Internet Systems. One of the paradigms proposed in this area is the “Internet of Things”. The future of the manufacturing oriented knowledge management that use the concept of Internet of Things will be characterized by emerging intelligence that could be obtained by a future enterprise from the information detained by its components, contextualized for reflecting a given situation.

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  • Ioan Stefan Sacala & Mihnea Alexandru Moisescu & Mihail Sacala, 2012. "Towards The Development Of Future Internet Enterprise Systems," Romanian Statistical Review Supplement, Romanian Statistical Review, vol. 60(2), pages 472-474, May.
  • Handle: RePEc:rsr:supplm:v:60:y:2012:i:2:p:472-474

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