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Maarten Botterman

Maarten Botterman
GNKS Consult BV

Master of Business Administration

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October 1999 - May 2006
RAND Corporation
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Publications (31)
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This chapter focuses on information and communication technology (ICT) standardization policy considerations in the European Union and the United States that affect and are affected by ICT research and innovation collaboration especially as it relates to related to 5th generation networks, Big Data, and Internet of Things/cyber‐physical systems. It...
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This chapter considers the overall international setting as it affects research and innovation (R&I) and policy collaboration between the European Union (EU) and the United States (US), in two main ways: research‐based policy and policy‐based R&I activities. It discusses some “generic” advantages to EU–US collaboration in overview, in relation to t...
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This chapter focuses on the impact and potential of “digital” in digital communities in the European Union and the United States and how that affects information and communication technology development collaboration related to 5th Generation networks, Big Data, and Internet of Things/cyber‐physical systems. It provides an overview of the most pres...
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This chapter focuses on privacy and data protection policy considerations in the European Union (EU) and the United States (US) that affect and are affected by technological and market developments in the European Union and the United States relating to 5th Generation networks, Big Data, and Internet of Things/cyber‐physical systems. It explores ho...
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This chapter establishes a framework for the consideration of information and communication technology (ICT) security issues as they affect the development of future European Union–United States ICT‐orientated research collaborations, specifically in the technological domains associated with 5G networks, Big Data, and Internet of Things/cyber‐physi...
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This chapter focuses on opportunities for information and communication technologies (ICT) research and innovation (R&I) collaboration between the European Union (EU) and the United States (US), particularly as they relate to the development of 5G networks, Big Data, and Internet of Things (IoT). The primary policy areas that we focus on, in relati...
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Front Matter. Wiley announcement: "ICT Policy, Research, and Innovation: Perspectives and Prospects for EU-US Collaboration provides a clearly readable overview of selected information and communication technology (ICT) and policy topics. Rather than deluge the reader with technical details, the distinguished authors provide just enough technical b...
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This chapter focuses on a few linked Information and Communication Technologies: 5th Generation, Internet of Things, cyber‐physical systems, Next Generation Internet, Big Data, and cybersecurity which are key enablers for tomorrow's smart society, for tackling the societal challenges, and for higher productivity and better services. It cites some e...
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Even though public awareness about privacy risks in the Internet is increasing, in the evolution of the Internet to the Internet of Things (IoT) these risks are likely to become more relevant due to the large amount of data collected and processed by the “Things”. The business drivers for exploring ways to monetize such data are one of the challeng...
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Action 16 of the Digital Single Market strategy calls for improved cooperation among national systems to ensure that “businesses and individuals only have to communicate their data once to public administrations”. This report: takes stock of current data re-use in national and cross-border interactions with public administrations; explores gaps and...
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This report describes the major results that were obtained by the PICASSO Expert Groups in the first half of the PICASSO project on the technology sectors Internet of Things (IoT) / cyber-physical systems (CPS), Big Data, and 5G, and on ICT policy relating to these technology sectors. The major contributions of this report are: - Technology theme...
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IoT represents the convergence of advances in miniaturization, wireless connectivity, increased data storage capacity and data analytics. Intelligent edge devices detect and measure changes in environmental parameters and are necessary to turn billions of objects into "smart data" generating "things" and their environment. Universal connectivity a...
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This position paper is an output of the Activity Chain 05 in the Internet of Things Cluster (IERC). The IERC has created a number of activity chains to support close cooperation between the projects addressing IoT topics and to form an arena for exchange of ideas and open dialog on important research challenges. The activity chains are defined as w...
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This article reviews the state of play of European markets and applications of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology in healthcare in Europe. Based on the current situation the study presents three scenarios for 2020, to describe futures in which the technology and health care sectors develop in different ways. The scenarios were discuss...
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This report presents the final results of a study, 'Evaluation of Networks of Collaboration in IST Research within the European Research Area' (ERAnets), conducted for the European Commission. The ERAnets project developed and applied tools and methods to evaluate the networks of collaboration in information society technologies (IST) within the Eu...
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Existing studies of e-government concentrate on the supply-side, focusing on the availability and level of sophistication of online services and usage. This study addresses the demand-side of e-government - not only usage, but also perceptions and barriers to utilisation that have not been treated previously. Indicators to measure acceptance and ad...
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This report presents the current understanding of the advancement of the Information Society within the European Union and countries that are up for accession in 2004, and is based on the SIBIS (Statistical Indicators Benchmarking the Information Society) surveys and analyses per SIBIS theme and country. The report is unique in its coherent and com...
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As digital technologies diffusion grows in Europe in uneven rhythms and patterns, their disruptive potential, both in a negative and positive sense is becoming evident. The process of transformation of the European socio-economic system is by no means straightforward and multidisciplinary socio-economic research is needed more than ever to support...
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The Dutch government creates messages and owns and distributes a large amount of information. Access to this information is open in principle, but the legal framework implies constraints in allowing access to information at the same time, for instance to protect privacy, and it's re-use, for instance property rights. The interaction of laws has led...
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How can Europe become, the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world, capable of sustainable economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion"? Central to this goal are networks and networking: not only telecommunications but also information technology writ large. Their capability and performance are cr...

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