SAP Research will attend to the USF Convention 2011 in Strasbourg, France, from the 5th to the 6th of October. USF is the “Club des Utlisateurs SAP Francophones”, or Club of French speaking Users of SAP. (http://www.usf.fr/) You can find further details about this event here (http://www.usfconventions.fr/).
We will take the opportunity to present latest innovation from SAP Research Sophia Antipolis.
An SAP Gamification Platform and an Illustration Leveraging a Forecasting Client
Selected to SAPTeched Madrid 2011,Cedric Ulmer (SAP Research), Patrick Duverger (city of Antibes), Wifrid Real (IBM) propose the usage of video games technics embbeded into SAP software. This is highlighted through a mobile forecasting demo on Android phone.
Security Validation Plug-in for SAP NetWeaver BPM
The Security Validation Plug-in for SAP NetWeaver BPM is helping to detect vulnerabilities at design time, highlighting the potential paths leading to a property violation that are hard to detect, especially due to the dynamic nature of resource allocation (e.g., delegation, substitution mechanisms). Moreover, it enables a business process modeler to easily specify the security goals, one wishes to validate.
Further details are available here: /people/jean-christophe.pazzaglia/blog/2011/03/25/security-validation-plug-in-for-sap-netweaver-bpm
Sensor based tracking of assets for supply chain management systems
The presented prototype is addressing the tracking of chemicals shipped from an harbor outside of Europe, toward Le Havre harbor, France. After custom checks, the goods are shipped and stored in a K+N warehouse, before being shipped to Casino supermarket. Along the supply chain, goods are monitored with sensor nodes, in order to check any regulation violation during transportation, storage or manipulation. For example, we check the incompatibility with product stored close to the monitored good, or the ambient temperature in order to prevent explosion.
Futher details are available here: RESCUEIT at Seagital
Hope to see you there.