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Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), which has taken the IT industry by storm over the past few years, is a software architecture that starts with an interface definition and builds the entire application topology as a topology of interfaces, interface implementations and interface calls. It is also a relationship of services and service consumers, with both software modules large enough to represent a complete business function.
Similar to other enterprise and consumer services, eSafety and ITS services need to have common architectures and interface specifications to help overcome possible market fragmentation. SOA concepts and related technologies are expected to play an important role in this scenario, facilitating service interoperability and cooperation among stakeholders and specialised parties. The Service-Oriented Architectures Working Group will play a key role in identifying the benefits SOA can bring to eSafety and ITS, as well as devising a roadmap for SOA implementation. Its first tasks will be to describe the state of the art, as well as identify the missing elements for deployment and the steps to facilitate market introduction.
|16 September 2008||SOA WG: meeting||eSS, Brussels, Belgium|
|19 September 2007||SOA WG: 2nd meeting||Versailles, France|
|05 July 2007||SOA WG: Kick-off meeting||Berlin, Germany|
|Fiche SOA WG, updated 18 September 2007||.pdf (58 KB)|
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|Mr Volker Vierroth||T-Systemsemail@example.com|
|Mr Natalino Curci||Autostrade per l'Italiafirstname.lastname@example.org|
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eSafety Support is a European Commission funded project coordinated by ERTICO - ITS Europe