including data extraction from EV batteries

Concept.
https://youtu.be/5p4N_G4ndlY The project.

Excellence The ELECTRIFIC project addresses the call “GV.8-2015

Electric vehicles’ enhanced performance and integration into the transport system and the grid”.
Specifically, it targets the third domain of the call: Integration   of  the  overall  cycle  of  EV  energy  management  into  a  comprehensive EV battery  and ICT-based  re-charging  system management,  providing  ergonomic  and seamless user support.
Objectives “Because of its shortcomings — driving range, cost and recharging time — the electric vehicle is not a viable replacement for most conventional cars,” Takeshi Uchiyamada, Toyota [1] Changing, this is the challenge.
And the prize is: the electric vehicle (EV) theoretically can be run entirely by renewable en ergy resources if travel plans and charging schedules are coordinated among multiple users and aligned with power supply and grid requirements.
ELECTRIFIC will develop novel technologies and theoretical understanding that enable highly attractive and sustainable electro-mobility through smart vehicle-grid integration .  The technologies will be developed at three layers – the grid, the EV and the user.
Seamless and ergonomic collaboration between all layers will be created to make using EVs at least as convenient and attractive as combustion engine vehicles, all the while optimizing the grid, .

The EV infrastructure utilization and maximizing the use of renewable energy resources

An intelligent charging infrastructure that integrates grid optimization, renewable energy and user guidance will be bundled into a Decision Making Engine (DME) with an advanced drivers assistant system (ADAS) as human machine interface (HMI).
The DME provides multi-criteria routing alternatives customized to user based energy-aware EV routing and charging needs.
Through the provision of APIs and a common data layer, the system is agnostic to car manufacturers and navigation systems so it can become a European standard solution for energy-aware EV mobility.
Before the driver enters, the DME has available all data about the grid stability and grid optimisation opportunities , the EV and battery management system (BMS) parameters like State of Charge (SOC),  State of Health (SOH), the country and weather conditions, and the geography.
When identifying the user and the organisational requirements respectively, the system has all data about user policies, schedules and user contacts which have been collected from previous uses, the Personal Information Manager and/or certain Enterprise Resource Planning Tools.
Objective 1 To radically simplify the use of EVs by seamlessly integrating charging into the EV usage cycle, thus making the convenience of EVs match or even surpass the convenience of combustion-engine vehicles.
Research Area Driver’s need – and grid-aware EV travel planning and energy management algorithms Result/Metric Scalable EV travel planning and energy management algorithms capable of considering the planned (daily) activities of the user, .

The availability of the charging capacity and the state of the EV itself

The algorithms will be open to integration with in-car navigation and battery management systems, integration with charging capacity allocation procedures and persuasive EV user interfaces.
Metric: Within ELECTRIFY an approach to an ordinal evaluation of attractiveness by users will be developed.
Through the research and technical activities in ELECTRIFIC attractiveness of EV will for a majority of user groups be rated higher than that of combustion-engine vehicles.
Expected impact Significant improvements to the EV usage ergonomy.

The eco-friendliness of EVs and the cost-performance ratio of EV

all contributing to faster and broader market take-up.
Higher utilization of renewable energy sources for EV charging Objective 2 To improve the interoperability within the electromobility ecosystem by creating a normalized EV data layer that homogenizes all kinds of external data sources and is agnostic to car and batteries manufacturers and to ADAS developers.
Research areas Development of battery friendly charging algorithms Development of battery health monitoring to support battery friendly long term allocation of EVs in a car fleet Result/Metric The creation of a common EV mobility data model and the provision of OpenAPIs and services related to EV mobility.
Metric: Ensure compatibility between ELECTRIFIC ADAS approach and two major manufacturers of batteries, cars and ADAS.
Expected impact European standardization for interfaces that allow energy-aware charging routing and BMS, including data extraction from EV batteries, grid, charging stations and personal calendars.
Objective 3 To improve the grid friendliness of EV charging and to increase the intake of renewable energy at charging stations through decentralized monitoring and control of the charging process.
Research areas · Maximising the intake of renewables generated at the same geographical location as the charging stations, in addition to those in the mix of the power grid.
· Charging station grid-friendliness by taking into account the quality of power.
Result/Metric Design and implementation of a completely decentralized and non-intrusive distribution grid monitoring and control scheme.
Voltage band: Reduce number of necessary interventions of grid operators due to voltage band fluctuations by 20%.

Increase share or renewable energy at the computed energy mix in EV batteries by 20%

depending on renewable resource availability.

Expected impact To charge EVs cost-effectively

maximally sustainable and yet conveniently, by helping to solve one of the most pressing and still unsolved management challenges of distribution grid operators.
Objective 4 To better align the behaviour of EV users with the requirements of the grid by incentivizing behaviours that maximize battery lifetime, range, and the intake of renewables.
Research Area · Specify psychological variables that predict which types of rewards, monetary or psychological, allow the user to best adopt optimal behaviour patterns.
· Market-based EV charging capacity allocation and demand management · Identify the optimal solution for the design of financial incentives to change routing, charging and driving behaviour.
Result/Metric Insights into the behavioural economics, .

And consumer psychology of EV usage

Optimised and scalable design for communicating between optimized DME and user

Novel algorithms through which limited charging capacity can be allocated to EVs in a way that optimally balances the convenience of using EVs to the user, the utilization of the charging infrastructure and the use of renewable energy resources, all while taking into account power transmission constraints of the grid.
The techniques will be able to operate in a heterogeneous environment involving a potential large number of grid operators, .

EV charging facility providers and EV vehicle fleet operators

The algorithms will be able to accommodate different levels of interaction between the actors in the EV ecosystem.
Metrics: Increase the adherence to ADAS recommendation and thereby the number of grid friendly charging operations by 40% compared to baseline.
Expected impact Seamless integration of batteries, smart grid and renewable sources leading to a) enormous savings in grid maintenance; b) increased attractiveness of EVs Dynamic balance between the demand for EV charging and available charging capacity, which maximizes the utilization of available charging capacity while it minimizes the occurrence of situations in which charging capacity is not available to EVs than need it most.

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How to implement an IP-Agnostic server application with POSIX sockets

Filed under: , — Leave a comment October 8, 2014 In this article I will present to you a POSIX function I wrote that can be used to create a server socket to support both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses (IP-Agnostic).
Recently, I needed to support this feature in a server application .
The implementation uses POSIX system calls and data structures that can be used as generics to support both IPv4 and IPv6.

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Mautic WooCommerce Integration Documentation.
VIEW PRODUCT » Marketing Integration » Mautic WooCommerce Integration Documentation September 4, 2018 by Overview.
WorkflowConnection with Mautic Account.
Custom Fields.
Segments.
Coupon Codes.
Field to Field Sync.
RFM Settings.
One Click Sync.
Abandoned Cart.
Activity Rule.
Settings.
Site Tracking.
Error Tracking.
App Integration .
Troubleshooting Guide.
Additional Information .
FAQs.
Changelog.
Overview.
Mautic WooCommerce Integration syncs your WooCommerce customer data on Mautic to help you segment your WooCommerce customers, set automated & targeting campaigns, and recover your abandoned carts easily.
Businesses can get more leads, sales, .

And conversions by using Mautic WooCommerce Integration

 Workflow.
First, you need to enter your license key and click on the Save & Activate Note: You get the License Key when you purchase this plugin.
After the successful installation and license activation of the extension, the plugin’s overview section will appear to the administrator .
This section explains how our integration works.
Click on the Get Started button to start setting up your Mautic Account.
2.1.
Connection with Mautic Account.
As soon as you click on the Get Started button, you’ll see the Connect tab that will ask you to fill Mautic Basic URL, Mautic Client ID, Mautic Secret ID.
Click on the APP Setup Guide button or check this short Setup Guide of Mautic WooCommerce Integration App to learn how to get these credentials.
Enter the credentials and click on Save to successfully verify and connect your Mautic account.
Once connected, you’ll get a message and a Proceed to next step button.
Click on it to move to the next step that is Custom Fields.
Note: If you need, you can also Change and Re-Authorize your Mautic Account.
2.2.
Custom Fields.
After a successful connection with the mautic account, you’ll be asked to choose the custom fields you want to create in your mautic account.
Custom fields will help you to segment your WooCommerce customers more precisely on different aspects.
Our plugin creates over 65 custom fields and you can choose either all of them by clicking on Select All or only the ones you need in your mautic account by selecting them manually.
Once you choose the custom fields, click on Start Setup to proceed further.
After clicking on the Start Setup button, the plugin will start creating the custom fields you chose.
The plugin will create all the fields one by one in your Mautic account.
Here are the custom fields our plugin creates: 1) Customer Group: (i) Accepts Marketing, (ii) Customer Group/ User role, (iii) Shopping Cart ID 2) Shopping Cart Information: (i) Shipping Address Line 1, (ii) Shipping Address Line 2, (iii) Shipping City, (iv) Shipping State, (v) Shipping Postal Code, (vi) Shipping State, (vii) Shipping Country, (viii) Billing Address Line 1, (ix) Billing Address Line 2, (x) Billing City, (xi) Billing State, (xii) Billing Postal Code, (xiii) Billing Country 3) Order: (i) Last Order Status, (ii) Last Order Fulfillment Status, (iii) Last Order Tracking NumberLast Products Bought, (iv) Last Order Tracking URL, (v) Last Order Shipment Date, (vi) Last Order Number, (vii) Last Order Payment Method, (vii) Total Number of Current Orders 4) Last Products Bought: (i) Last Product Bought, (ii) Last Product Types Bought, (iii) Last Products Bought, (iv) Last Total Number Of Products Bought, (v) Product Types Bought, (vi) Products Bought, (vii) Total Number Of Products Bought, (viii) Last Products Bought Product 1 Image URL, (ix) Last Products Bought Product 1 Name, (x) Last Products Bought Product 1 Price, (xi) Last Products Bought Product 1 Url, (xii) Last Products Bought Product 2 Image URL, (xiii) Last Products Bought Product 2 Name, (xiv) Last Products Bought Product 2 Price, (xv) Last Products Bought Product 2 Url, (xvi) Last Products Bought Product 3 Image URL, (xvii) Last Products Bought Product 3 Name, (xviii) Last Products Bought Product 3 Price, (xix) Last Products Bought Product 3 Url 5) Categories Bought: (i) Categories Bought, (ii) Last Categories Bought 6) RFM Information: (i) Total Value of Orders, (ii) Average Order Value, (iii) Total Number of Orders, (iv) First Order Value (v) First Order Date, (vi) Last Order Value, (vii) Last Order Date, (vii) Average Days Between Orders, (viii) Account Creation Date, (ix) Order Monetary Rating, (x) Order Frequency Rating, (xi) Order Recency Rating 7) SKUs Bought: (i) Last SKUs Bought,.
Click on it to move to the next step, Segments.
2.3.
Segments.
Segments section is almost similar to the custom fields.
Segments contain the data of a particular set of customers who belong to a same criteria.
You’ll be asked to make the same choices here as well.
Here’s the list of the segments this plugin creates.
All Customers.
Cart Abandoners.
New Customers.
Newsletter Subscriber.
Best Customers.
Big Spenders.
Mid Spenders.
Low Spenders.
Loyal Customers.
Lost Customers1.
Lost Cheap Customers/ Low Value Lost Customers.
About to Sleep.
One Time Purchase Customers.
Two Time Purchase Customers.
Three-Time Purchase Customers.
Bought four or more times.
Repeat Buyers.
Customers Needing Attention.
Churning Customers.
Select the segments you want to create in your Mautic Account and click on Start Setup Once you click, the plugin will start creating segments.
Once done, you’ll get a message for successful creation of segments.
2.4.
Coupon Codes.
Once you’re done with the Segments tab, you can move to the Coupon codes tab.
This section will help you generate coupons which your WooCommerce customers can redeem to get discounts.
You get three sections in the Coupon Codes tab Coupon Generation Rules.
Here you can set the rules to generate Dynamic Coupons Codes.
Dynamic Coupon Codes are single-use coupon codes that are generated on the customer’s current RFM rating.
Set the RFM rating on which coupon to be generated.
Set the name of the coupon code.
Set the amount of the discount you want to offer with this coupon code.
Select the coupon type as like Percentage/Fixed Cart/Fixed.
Set to allow free shipping for the coupon.
Set the days for coupon expiration.
Note: You can add multiple rules in this tab by clicking Add New Rules to generate different coupons on different conditions.
After setting the rules, click on the button to save your rule.
Coupons Generated.
This section shows the details of the coupons you’ve generated.
Coupon Code Segment.
This section helps you to send the coupons to all the customers of selected Mautic Segments.
Select one or more segments to send the coupon.
Select a coupon you’ve created and want to send to your customers who belong to the segment(s) you’ve selected.
If you want the coupon to be added to the orders automatically, select Yes otherwise No in the Auto Upload option.
2.5.
Field to Field Sync.
You can sync your WordPress user’s field to your Mautic account.
Just create a custom field on Mautic and map it with your existing WordPress user meta field to send the data on Mautic.
Select the fields and click on Save Changes and proceed further.
2.6.
RFM Settings.
RFM settings allow you to assign a score to your customers on the behalf of their buying frequency, number of products bought, monetary value they’ve spent.
You can assign a score on a scale of 1 to 5 and run campaigns as per their score.
Admin can change these settings as per their needs.
After changing the settings click on and move further.
2.7.
One Click Sync.
One-click sync helps you to sync all the historical customer data you had before you installed this plugin.
Click on Enable/Disable checkbox to turn On/Off this setting.
Select the User Role(s) to sync the data of those users who belong to that role.
If you don’t add any role, user data of all roles will be synced in your Mautic CRM.
Select the order statuses to sync the data of different orders.
If you don’t select any order, data of every order status will be synced.
You can select the date span of the data you want to sync over with From date and Upto date setting.
After adding all the details, click on Save Changes.
Once you click on it, two options will appear in front of you, Sync In Background and Sync Now Sync In Background: Use this option to sync the data in the background.
This process runs in the background so you can continue with the other actions.
Sync Now: Use this option to sync your data on the current page.
In this option, you have to wait for the synchronization to get completed for doing other tasks.
After your data is synced, you can move to the next step.
2.8.
Abandoned Cart.
In the Abandoned Cart tab, you can manage all the activities related to abandoned carts on your WooCommerce store.
You get two sections in this tab Current Abandoned Carts.
Here, the admin can see the data of all abandoned carts.
Abandoned Cart Settings.
You can change the abandoned cart settings in this section.
Enable Abandoned Cart Sync: If you want to sync your abandoned cart data, click on the checkbox.
Cart timer: This setting will allow you to choose the time duration in minutes.
The customers’ abandoned cart data will be updated in your after this specified duration.
Minimum value is 5 minutes.
Example, if you choose 10 minutes, your customers’ abandoned cart data will be updated after every 10 minutes.
Delete Data After(Days): Here you can select the number of days.
Your customer data will be deleted from your WooCommerce account after the number of days you’ve selected.
Save Cart HTML In Encoded Format: Select Yes to Save abandoned cart product HTML in encoded format.
Click on Save Settings to save your changes.
Move further to the next step.
2.9.
Activity Rule.
In this tab, you can add multiple rules to assign a particular tag to a specific user activity or order status.
Here you get two sections.
User Activity Tag Assignment: Select a user’s activity and enter a tag that will be added to that user activity.
Order Activity Tag Assignment: Select order status and enter a tag that will be added to that order activity.
2.10.
Settings.
You can change the settings of this plugin in this tab.
You get 2 sections here.
1.
General Settings Enable Plugin: Click on the checkbox to enable the automatic data sync.
Enable Logging: Click on the checkbox to enable the plugin sync log creation.
It will help in debugging the errors.
Sync orders with statuses: The order with the selected order status only will be synced over.
If you don’t select any, all order status data will be synced.
Sync users with role: The data will be synced to the mautic only with the selected user role.
Add Tags to contacts: The values of the selected fields will be added as the Contact Tags.
Custom Tags: Enter one or more tags to assign each contact synced by the plugin.

Disable Custom Fields: Select one and more fields you don’t want to be synced over Mautic

Preferred Sync Method: Select a Sync method for your data.
You can choose between Real-time Sync that will sync your data instantly, or every 5 minutes that’ll sync your data in every 5 minutes.
However, your abandoned cart data will still be synced every 5 minutes.
Add marketing checkbox: If you want your customers to accept marketing and promotional content, select Yes, otherwise No.
Marketing checkbox label text: Enter the text that will be displayed after the marketing checkbox.
2.
Advanced Settings Switch to new Mautic account: Click to change your current mautic account and switch to a new one.

Update Mautic Custom fields: Click to Update Mautic Custom Fields

2.11.
Site Tracking.
Site Tracking helps you to track the user activities on your website.
Just embed a Mautic Tracking Code on your website to get what your users see on your website.
Note: Navigate to Settings > Configuration > Tracking Settings to get your Mautic Tracking Code.
2.12.
Error Tracking.
In this section, you can check all the error logs of the plugin and download the log if needed.
App Integration.
Click here to get  Setup Guide of Mautic WooCommerce Integration App Troubleshooting Guide.
Click here to get the Mautic WooCommerce Integration Troubleshooting Guide Additional Information.
Categories of Mautic Custom fields.
Customer Group.
Shopping Card Fields.
Products Bought.
Order Information.
RFM Information.
SKUs Brought.
Categories Brought.
Abandoned Cart.
Dynamic Coupon Code Generation.
Mautic Segments.
Cart Abandoners.
New customers.
Newsletter subscriber.
Best Customers.
Big Spenders.
Mid Spenders.
Low Spenders.
Loyal customers.
Lost Customer.
Low value lost customers.
About to sleep.
One-time purchase customers.
Two-time purchase customers.
Three-time purchase customers.
Bought Four or More times.
Repeat Buyers.
Customers needing attention.
Churning customers.

Miscellaneous Resources of Mautic WooCommerce Integration Pro

Using Custom Fields Value in Mautic Emails

Configuring Error While Setup.
Creating Segment for Specific Product.
Creating Abandoned Cart E-mail by using Tokens.
Create Abandoned Cart Campaign in Mautic.
Add Support For HTML Fields in  Mautic.
How To Use Encoded Value Of “Abandoned Cart Product Html” Field In Abandoned Cart Email Template.
FAQs.
Do I have to install Mautic separately before installing your Mautic WooCommerce Integration plugin ?.
Yes, you need to install Mautic separately.
This extension only provides a connection to sync data between your WooCommerce store and Mautic.
Which custom fields does this plugin create ?.
The plugin creates over 60+ custom fields.
You can check the complete list of the custom fields in the Custom Fields section in this documentation page Does this plugin create segments ?.
Yes, the plugin creates segments in your Mautic account.
You can check the complete list of the segmets in the Segments section in this documentation page What is the Field to Field sync feature ?.
The Field to Field Sync feature provides mapping between the existing Mautic contact properties and WordPress user’s fields.
Can I sync my store’s old order data to Mautic ?.
Yes, the One Click sync feature of the plugin can be used to sync your old order details to Mautic.
Can I sync my store’s old customer data to Mautic ?.
Yes, the One Click sync feature of the plugin can be used to sync your old customer details to Mautic.
Upon initial setup all fields display throw 404 error ?.
This error occurs due to mautic configuration.
To resolve this issue you need to setup proper folder permission to your mautic directory.
You can check this link for more details How can we generate the dynamic coupon code ?.

Go to the Coupon Codes section in the Mautic WooCommerce Integration Pro extension

Click on the Coupon Generation Rules tab there and then click on Add New Rule.
Fill all the required details and click on to generate your new coupon code.
Customers who belong to that rule will be able to use that coupon code.
Does Coupon Code work for segments ?.
Yes, coupon codes work for segments.
You can go to the Coupon Codes section in this extension and click on Coupon For Segments tab.
There you can select the specific segment and coupon codes you’ve generated, that can be used by that selected segment only.
Can we capture the abandoned cart user detail?.
Yes.
If a user enters his/her email on the checkout page and didn’t complete the order, the email will be stored in the Abandoned Cart section of this extension.
Can we recover the abandoned carts with this extension ?.
Yes.
You can create campaigns to recover abandoned carts that involve the practice of sending dynamic coupon codes to the cart abandoners via email.
This brings them back and prompts them to complete the purchase.
Can we add the tags for change of user activities ?.
Yes you get the functionality to add the tags for user activities in the User Activity Tag Assignment section under Activity Rules section of this plugin.
Can we add the tags for change of orders activities ?.
Yes you get the functionality to add the tags for order activities in the Order Activity Tag Assignment section under Activity Rules section of this plugin.
How can we check the errors of mautic Integration?.
You can simply go to the Error Tracking section in this plugin.

All the errors of Mautic WooCommerce Integration are listed here

You can also download this error log file if you need.
Changelog.
V 2.1.3 Added: Notice at wordpress dashboard for Re-Authorization.
Site health issue.
Issue with API authentication.
Issue with Product name update.
Issue with tracking code.
Issue with multilingual product name.
Prevent syncing of empty billing emails.
V 2.1.2 Issue with get_sku while instant order sync.
Removed: Single schedule event, implemented direct sync.

V 2.1.0  New- Added feature to force stop background one-click sync

New- Optimized background one-click sync.

New- Added option to clear guest abandoned carts from listing

New- Added feature to connect multiple stores to the same mautic account

Fixed-  Issue with custom abandoned cart listing.
New- Added filter mauwoo_filter_abandoned_cart_product_html to modify abandoned cart product html.

V.2.0.0 New- Added activity tags assignment feature

New- Added setting for creating tags from custom field values.
New- Added custom tags setting.
New- Added one-click background sync feature.
New- Added setting for enabling the plugin in general settings.
New- Added setting for enabling abandoned carts.
Fixed- Updated backend design to provide a clean look.
New- Added setting for enabling sync log.
Fixed- Updated backend design to provide a clean look.
Fixed- chrome and safari setup issue.
V.1.0.9 Fixed-   Issue with variable product SKUs syncing.
New-     Update license and auto-update code.
V.1.0.8 New-     Added extra custom fields to capture abandoned cart data.
New-     Added option to save abandoned cart product HTML in base64 encoded form.

New-     Added “WooCommerce” tag to every plugin synced contact

New-     Added a segment to capture all plugin created contacts’.
Fixed-   Updated RFM logic.
V.1.0.7 New-      Introduced guest abandoned cart tracking feature.
Fixed-    Issues with customer abandoned cart data sync.
New-      Added feature for assigning coupons for segments.
New-      Added custom field to capture “Last Order Payment Method”.
Fixed-    Issues with guest user data sync.
Fixed-    Issue with order update trigger.
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Die Deutsche Bahn ist ein großes Unternehmen

Tag: In German.
2018-09-132020-05-10 Survey of Open Source Compliance by Working Group of Bitkom (in German).
The open source working group of Bitkom, a German IT association , has prepared a short survey on open source compliance in companies.
My research group supports the survey.
If you are interested, please take the survey (in German).

2018-09-132020-05-11 Quote for Unicum Beruf on How IT Changes Your Job (in German)

German student magazine Unicum (Beruf) asked for a quote on the impact that IT and the software industry is having on everyone’s job, so here it is: Die IT verändert die Arbeitsweisen in vielen Berufen.
Initial galt dies nur für die IT-Branche selbst und hier insbesondere für die Softwareentwicklung, inzwischen aber sind deren Arbeitsweisen auch in nicht-IT- Unternehmen und Fachabteilungen angekommen.
Von der inzwischen ubiquitären Email und der elektronischen Text- und Tabellen verarbeitung über Text-Messaging hin zu heutigen Formen dezentraler entkoppelter Zusammenarbeit wie sie Dienste wie git und GitHub ermöglichen.
Aber nicht nur spezifische Software beinflusst die Arbeitswelt, Unternehmen folgen häufig auch den Metaphern der Softwarewelt und wollen heutzutage “agil” sein, wie von der agilen Softwareentwicklung seit 20 Jahren vorgelebt.
The quote or whatever they’ll make of it will appear in an upcoming Unicum issue.
You might also like my paper on the open source developer career.

2018-09-032020-05-10 OpenKONSEQUENZ: Offene Software für Netzbetreiber (in German)

Consulting company PTA reports about its development of open source software for the German energy software user consortium openKONSEQUENZ, which sponsors and manages the development of open source software for the energy sector.
The Netzpraxis article start out with: Auf der openKONSEQUENZ-Plattform steht seit kurzem Unternehmen der Energie- und Wasserwirtschaft das Modul »Betriebstagebuch« zur Verfügung.
Da es sich bei penKONSEQUENZ um eine Genossenschaft i.
G.
und beim Betriebstagebuch um eine Open-Source-Lösung handelt, können es Netzbetreiber und andere interessierte Unternehmen kostenlos nutzen.
Read the full article (available as PDF).

2018-08-292020-05-10 Bitkom Forum Open Source 2018 (in German)

Am 18.
September 2018 findet in Erfurt das 2018 Bitkom Forum Open Source statt.
Thema ist die Werkzeugunterstützung von Open Source Governance und Compliance in der Softwarelieferkette.
Meine Forschungsgruppe wird mit einem Vortrag zu Anforderungen an Open Source Governance and License Compliance vertreten sein, basierend auf einem gleichnamigen auf der OSS 2018 präsentierten Papier.
Please come and join us.
2017-02-162020-05-10 Why on Earth.

Why Product Vendors Invest in Open Source Software (Upcoming Talk

in German).
I give industry talks about every other week and stopped advertising them long ago.
This one, however, may be of broad interest.
I will talk about the economics of strategically creating and leading open source projects at the June 20th, 2017, Open Source Forum of Bitkom in Berlin.
Title and abstract below, event details to follow.
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Title: Was soll das eigentlich.
Warum Produkthersteller in Open-Source-Software investieren Abstract: Intel, Oracle, Fujitsu und andere nehmen Millionen US-Dollar in die Hand, um Linux und verwandte Software zu finanzieren und wir alle nutzen die Software kostenlos.
IBM nahm Millionen US-Dollar in die Hand, um die Eclipse Foundation zu starten, nur um ihre späteren Produkte auf eine andere technische Basis zu stelllen.
Weitere Unternehmen würden gern signifikant Geld ausgeben, von dem wir alle profitieren, man lässt sie nur nicht, weil sie zu spät an den Tisch kamen.
Warum nur.
Dieser Vortrag schildert die ökonomischen Grundlagen und strategischen Ziele, welche Unternehmen haben, wenn sie Open-Source-Software nicht nur nutzen, sondern strategisch etablieren und führen wollen.
Continue reading “Why on Earth.
Why Product Vendors Invest in Open Source Software (Upcoming Talk, in German)” 2016-09-202020-05-10 Mitgründer für Startup mit Existierenden Kunden Gesucht.
Für Uni1 (http://uni1.de) suchen wir mindestens einen weiteren technischen Mitgründer (oder frühen Angestellten, wenn weniger Risiko gewünscht ist).
Uni1 will die Zusammenarbeit zwischen Unternehmen und Hochschulen weltweit revolutionieren.
Uni1 hat bereits Kunden und basiert auf einem erprobten Konzept.
Wir können zur Zeit wg.
(noch nicht) ausreichender Softwareunterstützung leider nicht skalieren.
Ideal wäre ein Full-Stack-Entwickler mit entsprechender Erfahrung in Java + Javascript und Web-Technologien.
Sozialkompetenz und die Fähigkeit in einem schnellen Umfeld zu arbeiten sind ebenso wichtig.
Als Ort ist Berlin oder Nürnberg ideal, aber kein Muss.
Bei Interesse bitte Email an mich.
Dirk Riehle, [email protected] 2016-05-062020-05-10 Open Source Collaboration—The Other Open Source Innovation (in German).
Below, please find a blog post in preparation of the Bitkom OSS Forum in July 2016.

Open-Source-Software ist zu einem wichtigen Bestandteil von Softwareprodukten geworden

Es gibt praktisch keine Software mehr, die nicht auch auf Open Source aufbaut.
Unternehmen, welche Open-Source-Software in ihren Produkten verwenden, machen sich meist Sorgen um die rechtlichen Konsequenzen, welche Open-Source-Lizenzen mit sich bringen.
Entsprechend haben Unternehmen Open-Source-Governance und -Compliance Prozesse aufgesetzt, um diese Herausforderungen in den Griff zu bekommen.
Am 02.06.16 werde ich für den ASQF in Berlin eine Einführung in gute Open-Source-Governance geben.
Continue reading “Open Source Collaboration—The Other Open Source Innovation (in German)” 2016-04-152020-05-10 Upcoming Talk on Corporate Open Source Governance in Berlin (in German).
Ich halte zwischen 20-40 Industrievorträge im Jahr.
Es sind zuviele, um diese kontinuierlich zu bewerben.
Hier aber möchte ich auf einen Vortrag in Berlin hinweisen, im Rahmen des ASQF, zum Thema Corporate Open Source Governance.
Governance von Open Source im Unternehmen und in Produkten.

Open-Source-Software ist immer kostenlos und häufig von hoher Qualität

Anwender können den ggf.
kostspieligen Hersteller-Lock-In vermeiden, da der Quelltext mit entsprechenden Nutzungsrechten immer bereit steht.
Allerdings kommt die Nutzung von Open-Source-Software im Unternehmen und in Produkten mit ihren eigenen Risiken.
Die Nutzung von Open Source kann zu Rechtsklagen führen, deren Konsequenz finanzieller und Reputationsverlust sein können.
Aus dem Grund muss die Nutzung von Open-Source-Software entsprechenden Governance-Prozessen unterworfen werden.
In diesem Vortrag gebe ich einen Überblick über die verschiedenen Aspekte und Erfolgsmethoden der Open-Source-Governance und -Compliance.
Sie reichen von der Nutzung qualitativ hochwertiger Open-Source-Komponenten bis hin zur Leitung von Open-Source-Projekten, um strategische Ziele des Unternehmens zu erreichen.
Datum: 2016-06-02 Uhrzeit: 18-20:00 Uhr Ort: Frauenhofer FOKUS, Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 31, 10589 Berlin 2016-02-052020-05-10 Software is Eating the World auf Deutsch.
My university is preparing a bid for a major (fairly broad) German computer science conference.
We are wondering how one would translate Marc Andreesen’s diktum “software is eating the world” into German.
Software verschlingt die Welt.
Naja.
Vorschläge gern gesehen, Kommentare auch.
2016-01-162020-05-10 Offene Daten und die Deutsche Bahn als Vorbild #opendata #deutschebahn.
Die Deutsche Bahn hat letztes Jahr ihr Offene-Daten-Portal (Open Data Portal) ins Web gestellt.
Ein erster Schritt und ein wichtiges Angebot, das wahrgenommen werden sollte.

Die Deutsche Bahn ist auch ein Vorbild für Deutschland und Deutsche

Meine Meinung.

Vereinfacht: Ist die Deutsche Bahn dreckig

fühlt sich Deutschland dreckig; ist die Deutsche Bahn verspätet, bemühen sich Deutsche auch weniger, pünktlich zu Meetings zu kommen.

Die Deutsche Bahn arbeitet zur Zeit stark an Qualitätsverbesserungen

auch als Reaktion auf die Kundenkritik.
Was der Deutschen Bahn als erstes unangenehm erscheinen mag (die Kritik) ist aber auch eine Chance: Die Bahn liegt Ihren Kunden weiterhin am Herzen.
Hier kommt dann wieder das Offene-Daten-Portal ins Spiel.
Die Deutsche Bahn ist ein großes Unternehmen, aber auch nicht allmächtig.
In einen Konzern mit über 500 Tochtergesellschaften und über 2 Milliarden Beförderungen pro Jahr ist viel zu tun.
Die offenen Daten der Deutschen Bahn ermöglichen die Entwicklung von innovativen Apps und anderen Diensten durch die Community oder Unternehmen.
Mit diesen Apps können Kunden, Partner und auch die Deutsche Bahn einen Beitrag leisten, dass sich Reisende weiterhin in und mit der Bahn wohlfühlen.
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Der chinesischer Computer- und Smartphone-Hersteller ist Marktführer auf dem PC und Notebookmarkt – auch im zweiten Quartal 2020 erzielte Lenovo einen Marktanteil von 25 Prozent an den weltweit abgesetzten PCs.
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Choose the platform: Native SDKs

Getting Started.
Getting Started.
Mobile SDK Getting started .

Backend routinesStep 1: Applicant Flow

Step 2: Access Token .
Step 3: All done!.
Native SDKs.
Frameworks Plugins.
# Mobile SDK.
# Getting started .

In order to use our Mobile SDK you should: Do some backend preparations

Choose the platform: Native SDKs.
Mobile applicant development framework.
# Backend routines.
In order to embed our MobileSDK you have to complete a couple of preparation steps on your backend and use the results to pass into the MobileSDK initialization: # Step 1: Applicant Flow.
Set up your applicant flow or pick a predefined one (e.g.

Msdk-basic-kyc) in the dashboard # Step 2: Access Token

Generate an access token that is associated with the externalUserId – a user id in your system.
This is needed for constraining the access token to only one applicant.
# Example request.
curl -X POST \ ‘https: //test-api.sumsub.com/resources/accessTokens?userId=SomeUserIdInYourSystem&ttlInSecs=600’ \ -H ‘Accept: application /json’ # Step 3: All done!.

Now you can initialize the Mobile SDK

# Native SDKs.
Documentation for iOS.
Documentation for Android .
# Frameworks Plugins.
Cordova plugin.
React Native module .
Flutter plugin.
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Four Stages of Innovation Delivery

Four Stages of Innovation Delivery.
“I have not failed.
I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” Such is the quote most often associated with America’s most prolific inventor, and for good reason.
It perfectly captures the attitude someone who’s trying to change the world must adopt if they want their ideas to find commercial success.
Failure is always part of the journey , but triumph depends on setbacks happening fast, and happening often.
The subtleties of his statement reveal that Thomas Edison had built that expectation into his mental approach.
He viewed failure as an unvarying part of the process and, in so doing, could press on unfazed.

As far back as the Second Industrial Revolution

the tenets for successful innovation delivery were already being established.

Delivery is truly the ‘Black Art’ of the innovation puzzle

and more often than not it gets derailed by fear.
Not fear of failure, per se, but fear that progress will stall.
The focus skews towards questions of “How can we build this out?” and, “How do we get to point ‘B,’ faster?” Lost in the calculation is the possibility you’re building something prospective buyers won’t like or adopt.

Innovation doesn’t fail because of a lack of ideas

It fails because enterprises are unable to build the idea and even when they build it, its market fitness has been based on false assumptions and misguided biases, not on truth.
Across 3.5 million development man hours and 400+ successful projects, Creative Chaos has been able to assimilate what it really takes for enterprises to go from innovative concept to successful product.
We call it the “Innovation Delivery Framework,” and companies like McKinsey have come to rely on our proven process to bring not only their own, but also their clients’ digital innovations to fruition.
The Creative Chaos Innovation Delivery Framework consists of four distinct stages that an innovation must pass through if it’s going to position itself for sustainable market success, every time.
They are: Stage 1: Ideate – Get to the bottom of why an innovation is important; Stage 2: Prototype – Find the innovation’s most viable niche in the market and expose all the ways it might fail; Stage 3: Build – Iterative development through the Creative Chaos.

Agile sprint-based blueprint; and Stage 4: Scale – Move into full-fledged production

and open for business.
Each of these stages, in turn, holds a distinct set of parameters that will not only move the innovation along more smoothly, but also indicate when and if it is ready to progress to the next stage.
The finer details will vary from idea to idea, but the basic progression always holds true: 1.

Ideate Innovation first requires a problem and a desire to solve the problem

Trouble is, when it comes to identifying problems, many innovators take it on blind faith that a problem they perceive translates to a monetizable market.
For reasons due to fear or ego, they shy away from face-to-face research with customers.
To be sure, .

Ideation is the end point of Phase 1 in Innovation Delivery

The starting point, however, is empathy.
Successful innovation always depends upon validating a problem in the market, and doing that requires cultivating a sense of empathy.
This is not merely a matter of finding out what a customer needs — you must determine what they are struggling with.
Find a common grievance, and you have your kernel of innovation.
For example, .

The Uber phenomenon happened for one simple reason: Its founders talked to customers

They found that incumbent taxi companies were satisfied with current supply and demand dynamics, and had never considered asking users how they felt about pricing, and what they were willing to pay for livery services.

Uber disrupted an industry because it thought to give customers a voice

In the ideate phase, .

You: Find a problem through empathy

Define the prevalence of the problem.
Once defined, propose solutions for the problem through ideation.
2.
Prototype At its heart, prototyping is the validation stage, where the team puts an innovation in front of users, obtains early feedback about the concept, and confirms how a solution shall be used.
The trick, however, is to do away with thinking about how the solution will work; instead, teams need to put their energy behind discovering all the ways it will fail.
Identify the friction points that will keep a product from functioning, and find solutions to those.
Many innovation teams overlook the critical role that building prototypes plays in exposing big mistakes early, and thus enabling those mistakes to carry forward to production.
Getting early versions in the hands of 20 to 50 unbiased potential users, then interviewing them and hearing them out as they discuss their experience, provides invaluable insight.
For example, not too long ago we were involved with the launch of a large home retailer’s mobile app for residential service providers, which we unwisely sent to market without research.
It only took one week after launch to discover that contractors hated the application’s UI, which we developed in lock step with Android UI guidelines with a UX that everyone loved internally.
So, what caused the backlash.
We did not create personas or user journeys to identify and relate with the people who would actually be using the app, to determine how they would be using it.  Had we taken a research based approach, spoken to some of the service providers and built the prototype based on their user decision journeys, we would have discovered the app’s projected users wanted bigger, bolder buttons as well as an automated verification every time they interacted the app.
Why is this stage so often overlooked.
Because of the perceived volume of cost and time involved.
However, when you know at the outset that prototypes will be put in the hands of early testers and customers, these perceived hurdles disappear.
Prototyping becomes just another critical step for aligning all stakeholders (innovation champions, investors, customers, development teams).
In the prototype phase, you: Define personas of the users of the particular innovation.
Create customer decision journeys.
Design experiences that allow users to grasp the value of a solution.
Only then, build prototypes.
Validate that users love it or hate it.
Decide whether to iterate again, abandon, or move to the Build stage.
3.
Build This stage will always comprise of a combination of internal IT teams and external development resources, .

But it is where Creative Chaos truly puts its experience to work

We’ve given great thought to our Build=>Operate=>Transfer model in order to ensure the enterprise can re-assume ownership of innovation once it’s out the door.
In fact, planning for the transition back to full internal control begins at Day Zero of the build phase.
We are already thinking about the internal teams, training, and workshops that will be necessary to smoothly transfer ongoing operations, support and maintenance back into the hands of enterprise IT.
We do not want be there indefinitely.
Look for more details about this critical aspect of the Creative Chaos Innovation Delivery Framework in a future post, but consider it a red flag if your innovation partner is not bringing in ‘build’ capabilities and is not asking transition questions early on.
Back to brass tacks.

Creative Chaos organizes the build stage around iterative development

broken into three, one-month sprints.
Each sprint contains approximately three weeks of development work followed by one week of testing.
Anything that requires more than three development iterations is assigned to the backlog for future release and, more importantly, the process is set up such that each sprint pegs to a focused end objective for working software.
Even if product-market-fitness shortcomings get revealed during the course of a given sprint, change orders will be held for a future sprint.
In the build phase, you: Organize an Agile development team.
Set expectations around future support and transition plans to internal resources.
Execute sprints to release early and often.
Test market-fitness with customers.
Decide to go live, continue iterating, or abandon.
4.
Scale In a word, the scale phase begins once you’ve made the decision to go live.
Expectations for your innovation partner should be based upon their ability to manage the production environments, run a 24/7/365 DevOps team, perform security and penetration testing, and take complete responsibility of the cloud infrastructure.
At the same time, you will be setting up new business units, creating marketing campaigns, and building out the ops and support teams.
An important factor to note about scaling innovation: It typically costs 5 times as much to scale as it does to build.
Once systems demonstrate efficient, self-sustaining production for two to four quarters, it is time to implement the established plan to move full control back to internal teams.
In the scale phase, you: Design a scalable cloud infrastructure environment.
Setup a 24x7x365 DevOps team.
Operationalize the venture with business, finance, marketing and tech support.
Go live, engage in continuous improvement.
Transition innovation back to internal teams.
The Creative Chaos Innovation Delivery Framework holds sacrosanct a singular outcome: to minimize execution risk for enterprises.
It is only over time and across countless projects – both successes and failures – that these Four Stages crystallized into a process to ensure the most important decisions get made correctly, and that innovation gets used at the intended frequency by its intended audience (and makes money).
The difference between Edison and modern-day innovators.
Today’s innovators generally do not have as many irons in the fire, and are thus less able to absorb a mismatch between the market and their obsession.
To blaze a purer path from spark of brilliance to market success, .

Consider the Four Stages of Innovation Delivery as your guideposts

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