Technology Roadmaps   A. Table of Contents B. Summary descriptions and Links A. 36. Unmanned Systems Integrated Roadmap FY2011-2036 (2011) 35. Robotic Systems Joint Project Office 2011-2020 (Unmanned Ground Sys. Roadmap (2011) 34. Robotics, Tele-Robotics and Autonomous Systems Roadmap 2012-2030 (NASA, 2012) 33. Digital Agenda for Europe: a Roadmap for Adv. Cloud Tech H2020 2014-2020 (2012)  32. NIST Cloud Computing Standards Roadmap 2011-2015 (2011) 31. Federal Roadmap to Your Cloud 2011-2015 (VMware Federal, 2011) 30. NextGen Avionics Roadmap 2011-2025 (JDPO, 2011) 29. A Roadmap for U.S. Robotics from Internet to Robotics 2009-2020 (2013)  28. ITRS (Semiconductors) 2011-2026 (International, 2013) 27. Infocomm Technology Roadmap 2012-2020 (Singapore, 2012) 26. Avionics Roadmap 2012 (Twelfth Air Navigation Conference, 2012) 25. Robotics, Tele-Robotics and Autonomous systems Roadmap (2012) 24. NextGeneration Air Transp. Sys.: Devel. and Demonstration Roadmap 2012-2030 (2012) 23. Advancing manufacturing technology 2013-2017 (Inemi, 2013) 22. Electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles 2011-2050 (IEA, 2011)  21  Windows Embedded Roadmap 2012-2013 (2013) 20  A Roadmap to the Smartphone Patent Wars and FRAND Licensing 2012 (2012) 19. Dutch robotics strategic agenda RoboNed – Analysis, Roadmap & Outlook 2012-2014(2012)  18. IEA energy technology Roadmaps (2011, 2012, 2013) 17. CMC Microsystems and Canada’s National Design Network 2012 – 2016 (2012) 16. Techn. Roadmap MDM Is Dead. Long Live EMM! 2012 (Yankee Group Research, 2012) 15. Ottawa Technology Roadmap 2012-2015 (2012) 14. Robotics 2014-2020 (Strategic Research agenda for Europe, 2011) 13. Second EU – Korea Cooperation Roadmap in Sci., Tech. and Innovation 2011-2013 (2011) 12. Information Communication Technology 2011-2015 (2011) 11. Defense Simulation Strategy and Roadmap 2011-2020 (Australian Gov, 2011) 10. Future Internet Assembly Research Roadmap 2011-2020 (FIA, 2011) 09. US Navy Information Dominance Roadmap 2013-2038 (2013) 08. AUVSI Unmanned Aircraft Systems Roadmap to the Future 2013(2013, presentation) 07. Ind. College of the Armed Forces Final Report – Robotics and Auton. Systems 2011 (2011)  06. AMREL Robotics Roadmap 2013 Highlights (2013) 05. OSR Foundation Roadmap for Robotics Challenge 2013-2014 (2012) 04. A roadmap for conducting explorative learning in cognitive robots 2011-2015 (2011) 03. Roadmap ICT for the top sectors 2012-2015 (2012) 02. DoD Enterprise Strategy and Roadmap 2011-2013 (2011)  01. Executive Office of the USA: National Biosurveillance Sci. and Tech. Roadmap 2013 (2013) B. 36. FY2011-2036 Unmanned Systems Integrated Roadmap (2011) DOD envisions unmanned systems seamlessly operating with manned systems while gradually reducing the degree of human control and  decision making. This is to ensure safe, effective and supportable capabilities while meeting cost, schedule and performance.   The vision is to provide continuous improvement of unmanned system capabilities to meet current and future Warfighter objectives.  Unmanned Systems Integrated Roadmap FY2011-2036 (2011) at the original website. FY2011 -2036 Unmanned Systems Integrated Roadmap in our archive 35. Unmanned Ground Systems Roadmap 2011-2020 (Robotic Sys. Joint Project Office 2011) There have been several major events since the 2009 Release UGS Roadmap, and, as a consequence, the 2011 Release has, as main purpose, to convey the RS JPO’s short and long-term strategies. The shot-term period covers one to five years, with long-term covering beyond five years. The RS JPO is focusing heavily on the improvement and modernization of the current robot fleet, as well as assisting in the development and release of emerging requirement documents such as Squad Multi-Purpose Equipment Transport (S-MET). Along with these goals, this 2011 Roadmap is intended to inform the various stakeholder communities consisting of S&T Labs, other Program Managers (PMs), and the TRADOC CoE regarding advancements in technologies for UGS. UGS Roadmap 2011-2020 (Robotic Sys. Joint Project Office 2011) at the original website UGS Roadmap 2011-2020 (Robotic Sys. Joint Project Office 2011) in our archive 34. Robotics, Tele-Robotics and Autonomous Systems Roadmap 2013-2030 (2012) NASA’s integrated technology roadmap, including both technology pull and technology push strategies, considers a wide range of pathways to advance the nation’s current capabilities. The present state of this effort is documented in NASA’s Space Technology Roadmap, an integrated set of fourteen technology area roadmaps, recommending the overall technology investment strategy and prioritization of NASA’s space technology activities. This document presents the Technology Area 04 input: Robotics, Tele-Robotics and Autonomous Systems. NASA developed this Space Technology Roadmap for use by the National Research Council (NRC) as an initial point of departure. Robotics, Tele-Robotics and Autonomous Systems Roadmap 2012-2030 (NASA, 2012) at the original website Robotics, Tele-Robotics and Auton. Systems Roadmap 2012-2030 (2012) in our archive 33. Digital Agenda for Europe: a Roadmap for Advanced Cloud Technologies under H2020 2014-2020 (2012) This roadmap proposes three directions of R&D that can be classified into immediate, sustainability and game-changing topics: Managing the  data deluge; intelligent net-working; elastic applications; performance and portability; vulnerabilities; reducing lock-in; competition and  collaboration; viable business models; “Sustainability” actions are: efficient application and user / usage behavior, including enhanced metadata  for autonomy and advanced software engineering; dealing with the growing heterogeneity within and across multiple CLOUDs; scalable  orchestration of services across CLOUD; “Paradigm shifter” tasks include: managing big data (integrity, state); programming style and  technique; interoperation and federation; exploitation of new device types and environments.    A Roadmap for Adv. Cloud Techn. under H2020 for EU 2014-2020 at the original website  A Roadmap for Adv. Cloud Techn. under H2020 for EU 2014-2020 in our archive 32. NIST Cloud Computing Standards Roadmap 2011-2015 (2011)  ITL’s (The Information Technology Laboratory) and NIST’s (National Institute of Standards and Technology)  responsibilities include the  development of technical, physical, administrative, and management standards and guidelines for the cost-effective security and privacy of  sensitive unclassified information in federal computer systems. The NIST Definition of Cloud Computing identified cloud computing as a  model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks,  servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider  interaction.   NIST Cloud Computing Standards Roadmap 2011- 2015 (2011) at the original website  NIST Cloud Computing Standards Roadmap 2011- 2015 (2011) in our archive  31. Federal Roadmap to Your Cloud 2011-2015 (VMware Federal, 2011) The VMware® vision for cloud computing in the Federal government focuses on enabling agencies to adopt cloud while preserving existing  investments. With virtualization as the foundation, agencies can build cloud architectures that are flexible enough to support a unified private  and hybrid cloud model. VMware offers three complementary on-ramps to begin your agency’s journey to cloud computing: Cloud  Infrastructure and Management, Cloud Application Platform and End-User Computing.   Agencies can pursue initiatives in these areas in any order or simultaneously; however, most of our customers start their journey at the  infrastructure layer. The goal of the VMware approach to cloud computing is to accelerate the value of your agency’s IT, which in turn  accelerates government’s ability to deliver its mission for its citizens.  Federal Roadmap to Your Cloud 2011-2015 (VMware Federal, 2011) at the original website Federal Roadmap to Your Cloud 2011-2015 (VMware Federal, 2011) in our archive 30.  NextGen Avionics Roadmap 2011-2025 (JDPO, 2011) Avionics Roadmap, Version 2.0 provides Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) planning organizations with a view of the far-  term avionics-related capabilities required for operations envisaged for NextGen. It provides an aircraft perspective to allow the reader to  understand the relationship between the various components of the National Airspace System (NAS), such as communication, navigation,  surveillance, and related air traffic management systems and aircraft avionics systems. Aviation stakeholders will also benefit from reading this  document because it provides a view of the aircraft-related capabilities required for late mid-term operations and the evolving far-term  requirements of NextGen implementation. The timeline for development of new avionics systems typically extends out 15-20 years from initial  concept development to aircraft equipage. If this work is not started now, any future enhancements to the NAS would be delayed, thus further  delaying the potential benefits of NextGen.  NextGen Avionics Roadmap 2011-2025 (JDPO, 2011) at the original website NextGen Avionics Roadmap 2011-2025 (JDPO, 2011, paper) in our archive 29.  A Roadmap for U.S. Robotics from Internet to Robotics 2009-2020 (2013) Federal Investments in research in manufacturing can revitalize American manufacturing. Investing a small portion of our national resources  into a science of cost-effective, resource-efficient manufacturing would benefit American consumers and support millions of workers in this  vital sector of the U.S. economy. It would allow our economy to flourish even as the ratio of workers to pensioners continuously decreases.  Such a research and development program would also benefit the healthcare, agriculture, and transportation industries, and strengthen our  national resources in defense, energy, and security. The resulting flurry of research activity would greatly improve the quality of “Made in the  U.S.A.” and invigorate productivity of U.S. manufacturing for the next fifty years. This strategy has already been articulated in the  administration’s “Advanced Manufacturing Partnership” (AMP) and in the proposal for a “National Network for Manufacturing Innovation”  (NNMI). A Roadmap for U.S. Robotics from Internet to Robotics 2009-2020 (2013)  at the original website  U.S. Robotics from Internet to Robotics Roadmap 2009-2020 (2013) in our archive  28. ITRS (Semiconductors) 2011-2026 (2013) The International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors, known throughout the world as the ITRS ensures cost-effective advancements in the performance of the integrated circuit and the products that employ such devices, thereby continuing the health and success of this industry.  ITRS (Semiconductors) 2011-2026 (International, 2013) ITRS Conference 2013  ITRS Conference 2013 in our archive ITRS 2012 Update  ITRS 2012 in our archive ITRS Executive Summary 2011-2026 (2013) at the original website ITRS Executive Summary 2011-2026 (2013) in our archive 27. Infocomm Technology Roadmap 2012-2020 (IDA Singapore, 2012) The Infocomm Technology Roadmap charts the vision, trends and developments of the technology landscape in Singapore. In this respect, the  roadmap aims to help the industry keep abreast with future directions and trends, and to assist the industry to identify business opportunities for  competitive advantage. Early adoption of emerging Infocomm technologies is essential to give Singapore an added competitive edge in  business and economic opportunities. IDA held the ITR 2012 Symposium on 17th August 2012 to facilitate discussion on the technologies and  the innovation opportunities outlined in the roadmap. Through this engagement and the subsequent public consultation, we were able to gain  more industry insights through the feedbacks. These inputs were subsequently incorporated into the final ITR 2012 report.  Infocomm Technology Roadmap 2012-2020 (website) ITR 2012 Executive Summary Booklet (paper) at the original website ITR 2012 Executive Summary Booklet (paper) in our archive 26. Twelfth Air Navigation Conference 2012 (2012) The Global Air Traffic Management Operational Concept (Doc 9854) presents the ICAO vision of an integrated, harmonized and globally  interoperable air traffic management (ATM) system.   The ultimate goal of this system is to support airspace users’ requirements to follow preferred   trajectories on each flight, resulting in fuel savings and reduced emissions. The avionics roadmap describes the avionics that will be needed and  their availability to achieve the goal of the Global ATM Concept and many other operational improvements. The roadmap timeline is shown  against the aviation system block upgrades (ASBUs).  Twelfth Air Navigation Conference 2012 (2012) at the original website Twelfth Air Navigation Conference 2012 (2012) in our archive 25. Robotics, Tele-Robotics and Autonomous Systems Roadmap 2012-2035 (2012) The Robotics, Tele-Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RTA) Roadmap effort has focused on the classical areas of sensing & perception,  mobility, manipulation, human-systems interfaces, autonomy, and autonomous rendezvous and docking. An additional sub-topic was added for  RTA-specific systems engineering such as modularity/commonality and verification and validation of complex adaptive systems. Functional  capabilities were identified within each of these sub-topics where advances in processors, communication, batteries and materials have enabled  major leaps forward in the past decade. Future exploration missions will further expand these human-robot partnerships. Unmanned science  missions are exclusively robotic in flight, but are integrated with Earth-based science and operations teams connected around the globe.   Robotics, Tele-Robotics and Auton. Sys. Roadmap 2012-2035 (2012) at the original website Robotics, Tele-Robotics and Auton. Sys. Roadmap 2012-2035 (2012) in our archive 24. NextGen Air Transp. System: Develop. and Demonstr. Roadmap 2012 – 2030 (2012) NextGeneration air Transport Systems produces the first report of progress of this type, NextGen Unmanned Aircraft Systems Research,  Development and Demonstration Roadmap (NextGen UAS RD&D Roadmap). This initial report is intended to accomplish the following  objectives:  - Document an initial set of critical R&D challenges that need to be addressed to enable routine access for UAS in the NextGen NAS  - Develop an approach to linking the R&D activities of the partner agencies with the R&D needs of the FAA to support integration of UAS in  the NAS  - Establish an approach to coordinating R&D activities of the participating agencies in order to address those challenges  NextGen. Development. and Demonstration. Roadmap 2012-2030 (2012) at the original website NextGen.: Development. and Demonstration. Roadmap 2012-2030 (2012) in our archive 23. Advancing manufacturing technology-2013-2017 (Inemi, 2013) The 2013 Roadmap was developed by 20 Technology Working Groups (TWGs), in response to inputs from representatives of OEMs in six  Product Emulator Groups (PEGs). iNEMI also coordinated with, and solicited input from, 14 other industry consortia and associations: CPMT  (Components, Packaging & Manufacturing Technology Society of IEEE), ECIA (Electronic Components Industry Association), EIPC  (European Institute of Printed Circuits), iMAPS (International Microelectronics Assembly & Packaging Society), INSIC (Information Storage  Industry Consortium), IPC — Association Connecting Electronics Industries, ITRS (International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors),  and 7 more others.  Advancing manufacturing technology- Inemi 2013-2017 (2013) at the original website Advancing manufacturing technology- Inemi 2013-2017 (2013) in our archive 22. Electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles 2011-2050 (IEA 2011) This roadmap covers the two main types of electrification for light-duty vehicles: pure battery electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid  electric vehicles (PHEVs). This roadmap outlines a set of quantitative measures and qualitative actions that define one global pathway for  EV/PHEV deployment to 2050. This roadmap starts with the IEA Energy Technology Perspectives (ETP) BLUE Map scenario, which describes  how energy technologies may be transformed by 2050 to achieve the global goal of reducing annual CO  emissions to half that of 2005 levels.  The model is a bottom-up MARKAL model that uses cost optimization to identify least-cost mixes of energy technologies and fuels to meet  energy demand, given constraints such as the availability of natural resources. The model’s detailed representation of technology options  includes about 1 000 individual technologies.  Electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles 2011-2050 (IEA 2011) at the original website Electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles 2011-2050 (IEA 2011) in our archive 21. Windows Embedded Roadmap 2012-2013 (2013) A series of announcements beginning in Nov. 2012 and continuing in early 2013 provide an evolving roadmap for the Windows Embedded  Business's embedded OSs and platforms. Organizations are using these embedded products to build devices from simple kiosks and point-of-  sale terminals to industrial machines and medical monitors to capture key operational and transactional data for business decision makers.  These organizations and the partners who serve them should review the new roadmap, which signals improvements and changes to both the  traditional embedded OSs and platforms. The two embedded OSs, Windows Embedded Standard and Windows Embedded Compact, will  continue to be enhanced, as will three device platforms from the Windows Embedded Business: Windows Embedded Industry, Windows  Embedded Automotive, and Windows Embedded Handheld.  Windows Embedded Roadmap Updated for Windows 8 (website)  Windows Embedded Roadmap Updated for Windows 8 in our archive Windows Embedded Official Website Windows Embedded Official Website in our archive Windows Embedded Roadmap Timeline (website)  Windows Embedded Roadmap Timeline in our archive 20. A Roadmap to the Smartphone Patent Wars and FRAND Licensing 2012 (2012) FRAND licensing is particularly helpful for patented technologies that are essential to the implementation of a standard. These technologies are known as SEPs (standard essential patents). In the smartphone setting, the technologies could include wireless broadband technologies (such as WiFi), video compression technologies (H.264), or telecommunications standards (4G LTE). In contrast, non-essential patents (non- SEPs)—such as “slide-to-unlock” patents and methods of e-mail notification service—do not typically allow an industry to be held up since they are not needed to use the standard. A Roadmap to the Smartphone Patent Wars 2012 (website) A Roadmap to the Smartphone Patent Wars 2012 (paper) in our archive 19. Dutch robotic Strategic Agenda RoboNed Roadmap 2012-2014 (2012) RoboNED was born as one of the ICT Innovation platforms in 2010 and intended to deliver a Strategic Agenda with an analysis and concrete  suggestions on how to achieve the described goals. This document is the RoboNED contribution to this goal and is the result of multiple  iterations among the key players in the Netherlands and a real Dutch teamwork. Robotics is a large multidisciplinary field including many key  technologies and with a very broad field of applications. The analysis has been addressed from the side of the market and application fields and  for this reason a number of key markets have been identified and studied.   Dutch Robotics Strategic Agenda Analysis, Roadmap 2012-2014 (paper) at the original website Dutch Robotics Strategic Agenda Analysis, Roadmap 2012-2014 (paper) in our archive 18. IEA Technology Roadmaps At the original website: IEA Energy Technology Roadmaps 2013-2050 (2013, presentation) IEA Energy Tech. Roadmaps 2011-2050 (Biofuels for Transport) (OECD/IEA, 2011, paper) IEA Energy Tech. Roadmaps (Energy Efficient Buildings) 2011-2030 (OECD/IEA, 2011, paper) IEA Energy Roadmap (Solar Energy and Cooling) 2012-2030 (OECD/IEA, 2012, paper)  IEA Energy Tech. Roadmap (Carbon capture and storage) 2013-2030 (OECD/IEA, 2013, paper) Energy and GHG Red. in the Chem. Ind. Roadmap 2013-2050 (OECD/Dechema, 2013, paper) IEA Technology Roadmap 2012-2050 (Biofuels for Transport, IEA, 2012, paper) In our Archive: IEA Energy Technology Roadmaps 2013-2050 (2013, presentation) IEA Energy Tech. Roadmaps 2011-2050 (Biofuels for Transport) (OECD/IEA, 2011, paper) IEA Energy Tech. Roadmaps (Energy Efficient Buildings) 2011-2030 (OECD/IEA, 2011, paper) IEA Energy Roadmap (Solar Energy and Cooling) 2012-2030 (OECD/IEA, 2012, paper) IEA Energy Tech. Roadmap (Carbon capture and storage) 2013-2030 (OECD/IEA, 2013, paper) Energy and GHG Red. in the Chem. Ind. Roadmap 2013-2050 (OECD/Dechema, 2013, paper) IEA Technology Roadmap 2012-2050 (Biofuels for Transport, IEA, 2012, paper) 17. Microsystem Technology Strategy and Roadmaps 2012-2016 (CMC Microsystems and Canada’s National Design Network, 2012) This roadmap is a representation of technologies or capabilities relevant to NDN with indication of a timeframe when the first elements (design, prototyping, test) of a technology are expected to be available or introduced. Its main purposes are to: - Identify and align stakeholder needs and technologies required to satisfy those needs  - Translate corporate objectives to technology targets, achieve corporate mission - Support planning and guide resource deployment – a driver for CMC’s operating plan 2012-2016 Microsystem Technology Strategy and Roadmaps (paper) at the original website 2012-2016 Microsystem Technology Strategy and Roadmaps (paper) in our archive 16. Techn. Roadmap MDM Is Dead. Long Live EMM! 2012 (Yankee Group Research, 2012) Mobile device management (MDM) solutions do not offer businesses the full range of security, policy and compliance features to be truly able to manage mobile assets being deployed in the corporate environment. This will force a response from all players from across the entire enterprise mobile ecosystem. This report draws upon materials from and interviews conducted with several leading managed mobile solution providers over the course of Q1 2012, including Amtel, Antenna Software, Apperian, BoxTone, Esselar, FeedHenry, Fiberlink and many others. MDM Is Dead. Long Live EMM 2012 (Yankee Group Res., 2012, paper) at the original website MDM Is Dead. Long Live EMM 2012 (Yankee Group Res., 2012, paper) in our archive 15. Ottawa Technology Roadmap 2012-2015 (2012) The ITS Technology roadmap outlines planned key strategic investments and foundation building blocks that position the City of Ottawa; in  order to implement full technology solutions, realize savings, and continue to deliver services, investment is required in 3 key areas:  - Specific technologies that enables key Service Excellence initiatives (Service Ottawa); - Initiatives designed to improve operational performance, reduce the complexity of the IT environment, and support the day-to-day business of  the City (IT Operations);   - Reduce the risk of service interruption by modernizing an aging infrastructure and deploying foundational technology that supports Service Ottawa and City services (IT Asset Renewal). The Roadmap includes the following priorities: eGovernment/Service Ottawa building on phase 1 accomplishments; Foundation Technology;  IT Efficiency Projects, and Operations and Lifecycle Renewal.  Ottawa Technology Roadmap (2012-2015) at the original website Ottawa Technology Roadmap (2012-2015) in our archive 14. Robotics 2014-2020 - Strategic Research agenda for Europe (2011) This document provides a high level strategic overview for the robotics community. It is also intended to act as an introduction to the European robotics community for non-robotic specialists, policy makers, entrepreneurs and industries intending to use or work within the robotics market. This SRA document has been updated from the SRA2009 document to reflect the following factors: - The inclusion of research priorities. - The introduction of the PPP and its effect on the goals of the SRA. - The changes expected in Horizon2020. - The need to broaden the applicability of the SRA to non-robotics organizations Robotics 2014-2020 (Strategic Research agenda for Europe, 2011) at the original website Robotics 2014-2020 (Strategic Research agenda for Europe, 2011) in our archive 13. European Union – Russian Federation Coop in Sci., Tech. and Innov. 2011-2013 (2011) This document provides information on the achievements of ongoing EU-Russian cooperation through both the EU and Russian funding  programs, describes actions which are currently being planned and sets out potential new actions for strengthening cooperation and building a  Strategic Partnership between the EU and Russia in research and innovation; among the fields of interest are: Information and Communication  Technologies (ICT) Research, Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and New Production Technologies, (Non-Nuclear) Energy, Transport  (Including Aeronautics) Research, Environment (Including Climate Change) Research, e Infrastructures.  EU – Russian Federation Cooperation in Science and Innov. (2011) at the original website EU – Russian Federation Cooperation in Science and Innov. (2011) in our archive 12. Information Comm. Technology Strategic Plan 2011–2015 (Australian Government, 2011) The nine most crucial priorities facing the department over the next 12 months (2011–12) are:  Develop and implement an action plan to deliver on key initiatives for Australia’s social cohesion and multicultural policies; Effectively  manage irregular migration and detention processes; Continue the department’s transformation through innovative service delivery; Contribute  to the sustainable population strategy through the development and implementation of a long term migration planning framework; Perform  business without compromising standards or statutory obligations; Identify activities that can be scaled back without increasing risk and cease  activities that are of low priority in order to manage within the department’s budget; Inform the public discourse and continue to build public  confidence in our programs.  Information Comm. Tech. Strategic Plan 2011–15 (Australia Gov, 2011) at the original website  Information Comm. Technology Strategic Plan 2011–15 (Australia Gov., 2011) in our archive  11. Defense Simulation Strategy and Roadmap 2011-2020 (Commonwealth of Australia, 2011) This Strategy and Roadmap will be a public part of the simulation governance structure for the next decade, recognizing Defense’s dependence  on expertise outside Government and provides guidance on major simulation initiatives, including:  - an integrated simulation capability in support of decision making across the Capability Life - an integrated simulation capability in support of force Preparedness and Sustainability; - an integrated simulation capability in support of the Conduct of Operation; - an integrated enterprise Defense Synthetic Environment; - a suitable workforce in support of simulation objectives; - enhanced simulation governance.  Defense Simulation Strategy and Roadmap 2011-2020 (Australian Gov, 2011) at the original website Defense Simulation Roadmap 2011-2020 (Australia Gov, 2011) in our archive 10. Future Internet Assembly Research Roadmap 2011-2020 (FIA, 2011) This report presents the Future Internet Assembly (FIA) research community’s perspective on the priorities for Future Internet research under  the EC’s Framework Program 8 (FP8) and was produced by the FIA Research Roadmap Working Group. The scope of this report covers the  entire space of Future Internet research interpreted quite broadly, and not limited by current program scope in FP7. Research in FP8 aims for  impact –in products, services, capabilities, benefits –in a world about ten years from now infused with Internet systems and devices.   Towards Framework 8 Roadmap: Research Priorities for the Future Interne (FIA, 2011) at the original website  Towards Framework 8 Roadmap: Research Priorities for the Future Interne (FIA, 2011) in our archive  09. US Navy Information Dominance Roadmap 2013-2038 (2013) The Navy’s plans for achieving Information Dominance center on: 1) assuring command and control (C2) for our deployed forces regardless of  the threat environment; 2) enhancing battlespace awareness to shorten the decision cycle inside that of the adversary and to better understand  the maritime operating environment; and, 3) fully integrating traditional kinetic and emerging non-kinetic fires to expand warfighting options to  both Navy and Joint commanders. To accomplish these plans, today’s current information-based capabilities involving Assured C2, Battlespace  Awareness, and Integrated Fires will require continual changes and improvements in a number of diverse areas. Battlespace Awareness will  require enhanced information content, advanced means to rapidly sense, collect, process, analyze, evaluate and exploit intelligence regarding  our adversaries and the operating environment. Integrated Fires will require new capabilities to fully employ integrated information in warfare  by expanding the use of advanced electronic warfare and offensive cyber effects to complement existing and planned air, surface and  subsurface kinetic weapons within the battlespace.   US Navy Information Dominance Roadmap 2013-2038 (2013) at the original website US Navy Information Dominance Roadmap 2013-2038 (2013) in our archive 08. AUVSI Unmanned Aircraft Systems Roadmap to the Future 2013 (2013, presentation) AUVSI’s mission is to advance the unmanned systems and robotics community through education, advocacy and leadership. AUVSI’s vision is to improve humanity by enabling the global use of robotic technology in everyday lives. In its 41st year, AUVSI is the world’s largest non- profit association devoted exclusively to unmanned systems and robotics§ Air, Ground and Maritime Defense, Civil and Commercial AUVSI represents more than 7,500 members, including more than 600 corporate members from more than 60 allied countries. AUVSI Unmanned Aircraft Systems Roadmap to the Future 2013 (2013) at the original website AUVSI Unmanned Aircraft Systems Roadmap to the Future 2013 (2013) in our archive 07. Ind. College of the Armed Forces Final Report – Robotics and Auton. Systems 2011 (2011) The analysis yields four recommendations for U.S. government actions aimed to support and develop the Robotics Industry. The report  concludes with five essays exploring the following issues and topics in detail: Accountability and Autonomous Robotics, A Consequence of  Rapid Acquisition, Industrialized Asia: A Robotics Revolution, Save Your Factory, and Medical Robotics.  Ind. College of the Armed Forces Final Report – Robotics and Auton. Systems 2011 (2011) at the original website Ind. College of the Armed Forces Final Report – Robotics and Auton. Systems 2011 (2011) in our archive 06. AMREL Robotics Roadmap 2013 Highlights (2013) The Roadmap had three areas in which it was tasked to identify: 1) Business/application drivers 2) Current set of gaps to provide solutions to end-users 3) R&D priorities to enable delivery on the business drivers. - Robotics technology holds the potential to transform the future of the country and is expected to become as ubiquitous over the next decades as computer technology is today. A major key finding is that “Another key finding was in regard to autonomy. “After much discussion, there was general agreement among those present at the meeting that we are still 10 to 15 years away from a wide variety of applications and solutions incorporating full-scale, general autonomous functionality AMREL Robotics Roadmap 2013 Highlights (2013) at our website AMREL Robotics Roadmap 2013 Highlights (2013) in our archive 05. OSR Foundation Roadmap for Robotics Challenge 2013-2014 (2012) Purpose of the Gazebo roadmap for Robotics challenge are: - Develop simulation tool for the DRC (Simulate appropriate environments, Cloud simulation service, support development of shared resources, Conduct simulation based competition - Define API and test metrics (Coordinate and run competition, Publish reports) - Develop next generation robotics simulator (Increase and refine simulation features, Improve community support) OSR Foundation Roadmap for Robotics Challenge 2013-2014 (2012) at the original website OSR Foundation Roadmap for Robotics Challenge 2013-2014 (2012) in our archive 04. A roadmap for conducting explorative learning in cognitive robots 2011-2015 (2011) Project DARWIN means Dexterous Assembler Robot Working with Embodied Intelligence. The vision of the DARWIN roadmap is to develop an ‘acting, learning and reasoning’ assembler robot that is capable of functioning with some degree of dextrousness, flexibility and autonomy in both ‘industrial’ and ‘domestic’ environments. This is a difficult problem – but there are many pressures to provide a solution both from the intrinsic viewpoint of better understanding ourselves to creating artificial agents, smart devices and assistive robots that can deal autonomously with our needs and with the peculiarities of the environments we inhabit and construct. A roadmap for conducting explorative learning in cognitive robots 2011-2015 (2011) at the original website A roadmap for conducting explorative learning in cognitive robots 2011-2015 (2011) in our archive 03. Roadmap ICT for the top sectors 2012-2015 (2012) The roadmap describes the ICT innovation common to more than one top sector. The Minister of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and  Innovation, has asked for a trans-top-sector roadmap for ICT-themes important to all or many top sectors following a motion by Schaart (VVD)  / Verburg (CDA). The goal of the ICT Roadmap is to identify instances of high-potential ICTinnovation in top sectors. Primary input to this  roadmap was given by the nine top sectors and their innovation tables. Secondary input comes from industry, TNO, and NWO, and help and  inspiration from the following actors, for whom the ICT roadmap provides an action plan: companies (businesses with stakeholders in the top  sectors for modern and breakthrough ICT), TNO (applied research and innovation), Government (the generic elements in the Digital Agenda),  NOW (including STW: for use-inspired ICT-science), entrepreneurs, COMMIT and ICT Office: promoting public-private partnerships.  Roadmap ICT for the top sectors 2012-2015 (2012) at the original website Roadmap ICT for the top sectors 2012-2015 (2012) in our archive 02. DoD Enterprise Strategy and Roadmap 2011-2013 (2011) Although DoD’s IT infrastructure enables warfighters to operate effectively in the twenty–first century, the unnecessary complexity of our  networks and IT reduces our ability to secure our information systems, hampers our ability to share information, and needlessly consumes the  finite resources available to DoD. This document is our Strategy and Initial Roadmap to achieve these goals and deliver a streamlined,  rationalized, and simpler network by consolidating IT infrastructure across DoD. As such, this document also aligns with the U.S. Chief  Information Officer (CIO) ―25 Point Implementation Plan to Reform Federal Information Technology Management‖, particularly its call for  enhanced operational efficiency.  DoD Enterprise Strategy and Roadmap 2011-2013 (2011) at the original website DoD Enterprise Strategy and Roadmap 2011-2013 (2011) in our archive 01. Executive Office of the USA: National Biosurveillance Sci. and Tech. Roadmap 2013 (2013) The National Strategy for Biosurveillance (Strategy), published in July 2012, calls for “a coordinated approach that brings together Federal,  state, local, and tribal governments; the private sector; nongovernmental organizations; and international partners” to enhance existing  biosurveillance capabilities and, where necessary, develop new ones that provide decision makers and responders with the essential information  they need to mitigate impacts of threats to health and associated economic, societal, and political consequences. The Strategy recognizes that a  well - integrated national biosurveillance enterprise can saves lives by providing essential information for better decision making at all levels.  The interagency Biosurveillance Science and Technology Working Group (BSTWG), chartered in May 2012, was established under the  Subcommittee on Biological Defense Research and Development of the National Science and Technology Council’s Committee on Homeland  and National Security to develop national biosurveillance research and development priorities to enable the Core Functions of the Strategy.  Executive Office of the USA: National Biosurveillance Sci. and Tech. Roadmap 2013 (2013) at the original website  USA: National Biosurveillance Sci. and Tech. Roadmap 2013 (2013) in our archive