Ce topic appartient à l'appel HORIZON-JU-SNS-2022
Identifiant du topic: HORIZON-JU-SNS-2022-STREAM-A-01-07

Real-time Zero-touch Service Technologies

Type d'action : HORIZON JU Research and Innovation Actions
Nombre d'étapes : Single stage
Date d'ouverture : 18 janvier 2022
Date de clôture : 26 avril 2022 17:00
Budget : €6 000 000
Call : HORIZON-JU-SNS-2022
Call Identifier : HORIZON-JU-SNS-2022
Description :


  • Availability and characterisation of a service framework and associated technologies, addressing software tools and topology aware processes to deploy functions at the appropriate level of a cloud continuum. The target is to develop effective service deployment and management schemes that will, easily support new vertical services
  • Architectures and technologies supporting verifiable actions/decisions without human intervention or without a previous acquired knowledge on the type of response/interaction that is going to happen.
  • Availability of service stack enabling reduced energy consumption for service deployment, management and operations.


Please refer to the "Specific Challenges and Objectives" section for Stream A in the Work Programme, available under ‘Topic Conditions and Documents - Additional Documents’.


The work addresses a flexible and programmable architecture to satisfy the large diversity of use cases and vertical applications. It takes into account maintenance requirements of large IoT deployments, crossing the blurring telecom and IT domains.:

  • Enable service providers to act as “platform operators”, supporting value creation through a wider community of developers empowered to develop key-in-hand solutions encompassing devices, communications, and computation.
  • Hiding the inherent complexities that the management of new generation service lifecycle encompasses, while ensuring the highest level of trustworthiness to the final users/service developers through an appropriate development environment
  • Enable improved efficiency in service support, also responding to the ambitions of lower energy systems.
  • Include open-source technologies with the aim to develop the most appropriate software development strategies as well as the definition of methods and procedures for guaranteeing that software will a) provide and enable optimal energy performance, b) hide the complexities of the potentially distributed platforms, c) support connected devices requiring lower energy consumption in domains where growth is expected to be massive, (e.g., IoT, consumer electronic, medical devices, etc.)

The above topics listed in the scope represent the core focus of SNS-2022-STREAM-A-01-07, without precluding the potential inclusion of other related technologies still contributing to the listed Expected Outcomes.