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BIONETS WP 3.3 business models : D.3.3.4 BIONETS service description with analysis

Elaluf-Calderwood, Silvia and Dini, Paolo (2009) BIONETS WP 3.3 business models : D.3.3.4 BIONETS service description with analysis. Public Deliverables (BIONETS/LSE/D3.3.2/1.0). BIONETS, London, UK.

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This document aims to present an analytical view of potential business models that can be sustained within the BIONETS environment depending upon the development of suitable services and applications. It is an important contribution from the BIONETS research team to enhance this understanding, since any further development of the technology will be conditioned by the ability to provide sustainable services not only from the technological point of view but also from an economic and business approach. The complementary sources of this document are the research completed in D3.1.1 (Service architecture: Requirements Specification and Concept Definition), and D3.1.3 (Refinement of BIONETS Service Architecture), D3.3.1 (Initial business models for BIONETS implementation), D3.3.2 (Economics for BIONETS business models), D3.3.3 (BIONETS concept development and evaluation, this document is still in progress at the date of this writing), with a strong economic and business component to the analysis of those services and use cases. Secondly, it also comprises the integration of the BIONETS Economic Business Model simulator developed in D3.3.2 with data provided in XML format by BUTE, using the BIONETS Simulation Platform. This document consists of seven sections: the first three of them presenting the economic and business analysis, followed by a presentation of the results of applying data from a BIONETS application to the BEBS simulation model, and finally two more sections reflecting on the results and potential future research work.

Item Type: Monograph (Report)
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Additional Information: © 2009 The Authors
Divisions: Management
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HE Transportation and Communications
T Technology > T Technology (General)
Date Deposited: 04 Dec 2013 15:02
Last Modified: 16 May 2024 13:15

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