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Rural-Path ecosystem

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Alicia García Holgado
Research Group of InterAction and eLearning (GRIAL)
University of Salamanca (Spain)
Zamora, Spain, June 2nd 2016

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Rural-Path ecosystem

  1. 1. Technological ecosystemsin health sector: Rural-Path ecosystem Alicia García Holgado Research Group of InterAction and eLearning (GRIAL) University of Salamanca (Spain) aliciagh@usal.es Zamora, Spain, June 2nd 2016
  2. 2. About us GRIALResearch Group
  3. 3. About us: Who we are • Officially recognisedresearch group by the University of Salamanca from 2006 • Group of Excellenceby Castile and León Regional Government (GR-47) from 2007 till 2016. UIC since July 2016 • Interdisciplinary group, composed of permanent members from different fields of knowledge
  4. 4. About us: what we do • ScientificResearch and R&D/R&D&i on its own initiative,in partnership orthird partyclaim • Training including on-demand training • Widerange of on-demand services oriented to companies or institutions • Collaboration with companies and institutions in research and development projects
  5. 5. Which is a technological ecosystem? Biology vs. Technology
  6. 6. A natural ecosystem • A natural ecosystem is a community of living organisms in conjunction with the non-living components of their environment (things like air, water and mineral soil),interacting among them • There are three main elements in any natural ecosystem: organisms, which try to cover their basic functions: eating, reproducing and breathing; the physical environment in which the organisms perform their basic functions; and the relationships among them • Each natural ecosystem has a set of characteristics that make it different from other ecosystems. These differences are a significant part of the definition about natural ecosystems and are an important connection with the technological definition
  7. 7. Technological ecosystem • In the technological context, ecosystems are the evolution of traditional information systems to support the management of information and knowledge in heterogeneous environments • Technological ecosystems are a general framework to develop any type of technological solution where information is the centre of the system • The technological ecosystems or software ecosystems are a set of different components related to each other through information flows in a physical environment that supports these flows, where users are part of the ecosystem • This is a parallel to natural ecosystems where the organisms are the software and human components, and the interrelationships are the information flows. Moreover, exist a strong evolving component in the technologicalecosystems in order to adapt them to the natural evolution of the organizations and institutions.
  8. 8. Examples of Technological Ecosystems GRIALGroup experiences
  9. 9. Technological Ecosystem examples: Public Administration(I)
  10. 10. Technological Ecosystem examples: Public Administration(II) • The technological ecosystem of Spanish Public Administrationis composed by a large number of components oriented to cover the different knowledge management needs both Institute inside and outside • Services includes the main components of the ecosystem • The static data management layer to manage the information shared among different components of the ecosystem and has a static nature due to it is not continuously updated • Infrastructure layer, whose aims is to provide supporting to the elements on top layers. For instance, this layer includes software components for the centralized user management or the server in charge of email management
  11. 11. Technological Ecosystem examples: Public Administration(III)
  12. 12. Technological ecosystemexamples: Employability and Employment (I)
  13. 13. Technological ecosystemexamples: Employability and Employment (II) • The Observatory for University Employability and Employmentisa technical unit that collects, produces, analyses and disseminates information about employability and employmentof university graduates in Spain • It technological ecosystem collects,stores, processand exploits information and results produced by the Observatory • The support layer is an intermediary entity that facilitates interoperability between components, decoupling information flowsand logic of eachof the subsystems, which simply focuson functionality and communicate with this entity • Data layer is responsible for storing the information in a structured, accessible and in a standardized way • The serviceslayer has two components for collecting information from differentsources and other two components for analysing and presenting the information
  14. 14. Technological ecosystemexamples: Employability and Employment (III)
  15. 15. Health Ecosystem Rural-Path ecosystem
  16. 16. Rural-Path ecosystem (I) • Rural-Path ecosystem will be integrate different ICT based solutions to provide health care for frail older people living in rural areas, their carers and local professionals • The ecosystem will be composed by the different tools and apps agreed upon by the consortium • The ecosystem will provide the requiredtools to include new components and their information flows • Each component shouldimplement the integration throughthe tools provided by the ecosystem
  17. 17. Rural-Path ecosystem (II) • The users are part ofany technological ecosystem, they are other key component such as the technological tools • The ecosystem makes possible providenew and improved services that the single toolscannot be able to provideseparately • This technological framework must allowthe evolution and adaptation ofthe different components of the ecosystem itself and also permit for the incorporationof new components that extend its functionality
  18. 18. Rural-Path ecosystem (IV) • To ensure the evolution of the ecosystem and its components is required the definition and development of mechanism for representation and integration of components and services • The technological ecosystem should allow establishing information flows among the components in order to provide different features that each tool can not provide individually • To define the data model and the information flows of the technological ecosystem is required analysis the different components that can be part of the ecosystem: • Components such as SocialNet, a component which we have the documentation, we can modify the code and we can interoperate with it through data and services • Free software components, such as Moodle, that provide services to interoperate with it • Closed components that require develop a services wrapper tointeroperate with it
  19. 19. Technological ecosystemsin health sector: Rural-Path ecosystem Alicia García Holgado Research Group of InterAction and eLearning (GRIAL) University of Salamanca (Spain) aliciagh@usal.es Zamora, Spain, June 2nd 2016