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INFOPOLE networking event 2019 "Proximus shares on Tech & Digital Innovation pitches"

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INFOPOLE networking event 2019 "Proximus shares on Tech & Digital Innovation pitches"

  1. 1. Assemblée Générale 2019 20 juin - Namur Wifi Zone Location Pwd: location
  2. 2. M o t d u P r é s i d e n t Arnaud Ligot, CBlue
  3. 3. B i l a n 2 0 1 8 e t f u t u r d u c l u s t e r Pascal Widart, Directeur INFOPOLE Cluster TIC
  4. 4. Prog ra mme • Présentation comptes 2018 • Rapport d’activités 2018 et perspectives futures • Mise à jour des administrateurs • Appel à candidatures • Décharge aux administrateurs
  5. 5. B i l a n 2 0 1 8 Evolution financière de l’INFOPOLE 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Résultat exercice €(39 096,23) €23 360,05 €13 982,14 €44 689,02 €29 742,88 Capitaux propres €(35 282,67) €(11 923,07) €2 059,05 €46 748,07 €79 490,95 €(60 000,00) €(40 000,00) €(20 000,00) €- €20 000,00 €40 000,00 €60 000,00 €80 000,00 €100 000,00 Objectif 2018 : Assurer une situation financière saine
  6. 6. Compte de résultats 11% 41% 40% 8% Produits Activités-Missions Cotisations Subsides traditionnels Subsides projets 16% 18% 66% Charges Activités-Missions Frais fonctionnement Salaires B i l a n 2 0 1 8
  7. 7. Evolution financière de l’INFOPOLE 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Compte courant €35 382,98 €57 372,97 €8 913,89 €64 026,04 €142 226,93 Ligne de crédit de caisse €(150 000,00) €(74 156,73) €(51 053,19) €- €- €(200 000,00) €(150 000,00) €(100 000,00) €(50 000,00) €- €50 000,00 €100 000,00 €150 000,00 €200 000,00 B i l a n 2 0 1 8 Objectif 2018 : conserver une situation financière saine
  8. 8. Activités/projets 2018 : Axe secteur du numérique B i l a n 2 0 1 8 3 networking Events Retour d’impact depuis 2014: 6 contrats pour 315.000 € et 2 collaborations non chiffrées 2 Business & Technology Club Retour d’impact depuis 2014: 3 contrats pour 138.000 € 12 événements co-organisés / soutenus par le cluster
  9. 9. Activités/projets 2018 : Axe secteur du numérique B i l a n 2 0 1 8 Grappe Cybersécurité entre 2017 et 2018 • 10 réunions • 1 position paper décrivant la mise en place d’un dispositif régional • Objectifs • Fonctionnement • Implémentation • Evénement de lancement du dispositif KIS – 03 décembre 90 participants
  10. 10. Activités/projets 2018 : Axe secteur du numérique B i l a n 2 0 1 8 International • 4 délégations INFOPOLE • 4 missions AWEX Retour d’impact depuis 2014: 9 contrats pour 1.484.050 € et 3 collaborations non chiffrées
  11. 11. Activités/projets 2018: Axe économie par le numérique B i l a n 2 0 1 8 Rencontres intersectorielles (ICT meets… / Sectorial BTC) Tweed: 2 Digital Energy Business & Technology Club • IoT • IA Retour d’impact depuis 2014: 9 contrats pour 558.000 € et 6 collaborations non chiffrées
  12. 12. Activités/projets 2018: Axe économie par le numérique B i l a n 2 0 1 8 INFOPOLE ON Tour AGC BEA SEW Eurodrive Alstom Retour d’impact depuis 2017: 1 contrat pour 30.000 € et 7 collaborations non chiffrées
  13. 13. Activités/projets 2018: Axe économie par le numérique B i l a n 2 0 1 8 275 marchés publics 22 appels à compétences 77 opportunités d’affaires Retour d’impact depuis 2014: 9 contrats pour 244.300 € et 27 collaborations non chiffrées
  14. 14. En quelques chiffres B i l a n 2 0 1 8 130 membres dont 22 nouveaux 711 partcipants aux acitivités 27 activités à l’agenda 1.889 followers sur twitter et 2.773 sur LinkedIN 79 % de taux d’implication 57 partenaires
  15. 15. En quelques chiffres B i l a n 2 0 1 8
  16. 16. • Nouvelle cartographie dynamique des membres par compétences, écosystèmes, nature • INFOPOLE Networking Event & Shake Digital Wallonia • Business & Technology Club • La cybersécurité des objets connectés • Les défis RH du secteur numérique • Atelier juridique “Protégez vos secrets d’affaire“ • Atelier Digitaux • Logiciels de gestion • emarketing • Cybersécurité • Missions internationales • IoT, Blockchain & AI World Congress, 29-30 oct. Barcelone L e f u t u r d u C l u s t e r Agenda S2 2019: Axe secteur du numérique
  17. 17. • Rencontres intersectorielles (ICT meets… / Sectorial Business & Technology Club) • TWEED • MecaTech • Logistics in Wallonia • … • INFOPOLE ON Tour • Citius • Centres Hospitaliers Jolimont • … • Missions internationales • Mission e-health Finlande & Suède (BioWin), 6-10 nov • Smart City World Congress (TWEED & CAP Construction), 19-21 nov. Barcelone L e f u t u r d u C l u s t e r Agenda S2 2019: Axe économie par le numérique
  18. 18. L e f u t u r d u C l u s t e r Programme Innovation Numérique
  19. 19. L e f u t u r d u C l u s t e r Projet européen Innosup – DIGI-B-CUBE Digital Enterprise Innovations for Bioimaging, Biosensing & Biobanking Industries
  20. 20. L e f u t u r d u C l u s t e r Projet européen Innosup – DIGI-B-CUBE Digital Enterprise Innovations for Bioimaging, Biosensing & Biobanking Industries
  21. 21. L e f u t u r d u c l u s t e r Mise à jour des administrateurs et appel à candidature (septembre) Sorties • Flavia Pati, Wallimage • Benoit Bertholet, Side Entrées • Sandrine Quoibion, Computerland Prochaines élections du CA Septembre 2019
  22. 22. B i l a n 2 0 1 8 Approbation du bilan 2018 et décharge aux administrateurs
  23. 23. INFOPOLE Networking Event Proximus shares on Tech & Digital Innovation pitches 20 juin - Namur
  24. 24. P r ox i m u s s h a r e s o n Te c h . Gianni Manderioli Frédéric Mottiat
  25. 25. Sensitivity: Confidential Proximus shares on Tech Infopôle Cluster TIC AG 20 juin 2019 Frederic Mottiat, Gianni Manderioli
  26. 26. Sensitivity: Confidential 21 June 2019Proximus 2 Frederic Mottiat Gianni Manderioli Business Development & Innovation Managers #Enterprise #Strategy #Innovation #EnCo
  27. 27. Source: arm – Youth on TECH Imagine what this generation will do in next decade Technology awareness 11-18 years old
  28. 28. Sensitivity: Confidential Let’s get it straight, it’s not about the technology. It’s about: 21 June 2019Proximus 521 June 2019Proximus 5 Your customers relation Your Products Your way of working and employees Your Processes External Innovation Internal Innovation
  29. 29. Sensitivity: Confidential Ready Still cooking So, on the menu today: • Foundations: Fiber, IoT, 5G • Cloud: SDx, Next Gen Cloud • Data: Mobile Network Data, Mobility data, Advanced Analytics • Dev & integration: API economy, CloudEngine, Blockchain • and as dessert: AI, bots, ML, DL What you will see is: or
  30. 30. Sensitivity: Confidential Foundations Connecting everything and everyone
  31. 31. Sensitivity: Confidential 21 June 2019Proximus 8
  32. 32. Sensitivity: Confidential 21 June 2019Proximus 9
  33. 33. Sensitivity: Confidential 10 LoRa LTE-M - Deep indoor coverage (reuse network) ++ Reliability (licensed frequency) Moving objects SIM based -Years Sync with network needed (at regular intervals) Possible high peaks Continuous connection (at <=1Mbps) and SMS ++ Deep indoor coverage (reuse network) ++ Reliability (licensed frequency) Non-moving objects SIM based + Years Sync with network needed (at regular intervals) Possible high peaks IP connection (+/- 21 kbps downlink, 62,5 uplink), messages & SMS Network Data throughput ++ Years Flexible periods of inactivity (activity/time trigger) Impact of network quality (spreading factor) Messages of 51-250 bytes + Deep Indoor coverage +Reliability (unlicensed frequency) Moving objects Authentication with keys for devices NB-IoT 2G/3G/4G -- Deep indoor coverage ++ Reliability (licensed frequency) Moving objects SIM based -- Day Sync with network needed (at regular intervals) Possible high peaks Continuous connection (at >1Mbps) and SMS Energy label Connection
  34. 34. Sensitivity: Confidential 21 June 2019 11 Approach • Deployment if use case with a customer LoRa2G/3G/4G NB-IoT LTE-CAT-M Approach • Activation done on all planned sites in Flanders & Brussels (19 municipalities) • Wallonia: quick deployment if use case with a customer Approach • Use case popping-up • No extra deployment planned Approach • Mature technology with clear use cases 2G Area Coverage National • Outdoor: 99,8% • Indoor: 84,7% Coverage National • Outdoor: from 93,1% to 98,5% Coverage Cities: • Indoor: from 86,6% to 96,6% Coverage Flanders & Brussels On all 4G sites No roaming yet No Coverage Traditional Cellular LPWAN (Low Power Long Range)
  35. 35. Sensitivity: Confidential 04 October 2018 12 From evolution to revolution
  36. 36. Sensitivity: Confidential 5G at a glance
  37. 37. Sensitivity: Confidential From radio access point of view, 5G stands as the natural evolution of 4G and 4.5G… Radio Access Larger bands used in the bands below 6GHz to enhance capacity and above 6GHz for very high capacity over shorter distances. Besides, new spectrum is to become available later in the mm-wave bands (> 30GHz), to be used very locally on a case by case basis. Additional Spectrum 1 While modulation and coding techniques are evolving, the main benefit comes from MIMO technologies. These technological improvements open the door to a higher efficiency in the way resources are used, leading to a lower cost per Megabyte transported. Spectrum Efficiency 2 Build additional sites/small cells at the point of demand, using higher bands for local high capacity use cases (e.g. football stadium, city centres, …). Network Densification 3
  38. 38. Sensitivity: Confidential ... but the introduction of a flexible and service-oriented network represents a real disruption Architecture & Topology Cloud RAN is the centralization of some of the radio access network functions in order to improve coordination between cells and decrease overall the interference level. It makes optical fiber the most efficient (and in most cases the only) way of connecting the antennas. Cloud RAN 1 Capability to specialize the network in a number of “slices” that are dynamically orchestrated, leveraging the virtualization of resources that can de deployed at scale, on demand and automatically. Network slicing allows dynamic management of multiple virtual networks. Network Slicing 2 Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) provides the ability to offload selected traffic locally and provide an IT service environment (CPU & Storage) at the edge of the network. Running applications locally results in shorter response time, local content caching confidentiality and privacy… Edge Computing 3 Source: GSMA
  39. 39. Sensitivity: Confidential Opening up a world of digital opportunities…
  40. 40. Sensitivity: Confidential …and transform the way we live, play, work!
  41. 41. Sensitivity: Confidential Cloud towards Next Generation Cloud
  42. 42. Sensitivity: Confidential Private Cloud (datacenter infra) • Portfolio revision • Servicing alignment Special Compute Proximus Cloud GPUs • Architecture review • Operational efficiency • Process improvements (on hold) Automation, Orchestration and Management (CMP) Layer 3 – Orchestration (provisioning) Layer 2 – Operational access/CMP (marketplace, reporting, etc...) Layer 1 – Management access (MyProximus) Managed Services Hybrid Cloud allows the right fit for each application Public Cloud
  43. 43. Sensitivity: Confidential 21 June 2019Proximus 27 from network engineer to network programmer
  44. 44. Sensitivity: Confidential 21 June 2019Proximus 28 SD-N in our Data Centres Application Centric infrastructure for increased resilience, renewal of outdated infrastructure and the end-to-end automation of our IT infrastructure processes SD-WAN in our shops We test SD-WAN for our shops to dynamically segregate traffic and improve the user experience SD-LAN in our buildings On-going pilots
  45. 45. Sensitivity: Confidential 21 June 2019Proximus 29 OK, we have connectivity and network. So, what’s next ? The fun part, actually ☺
  46. 46. Sensitivity: Confidential Data is more & more available, easy to use, insightful
  47. 47. Sensitivity: Confidential 21 juni 2019Proximus 33
  48. 48. Sensitivity: Confidential Proximus Insights • Headcounts, Returning visitors (24h), Dwell time, frequency • Path analysis, Heatmaps • Environment monitoring (e.g t°, humidity, CO2, noise, luminosity) • Behavior analysis Data sources • Indoor and outdoor GSM cells • Location data • WiFi/Bluetooth sensors • Visual sensors • Environmental sensors • Behavioral data • … Real-time, location & context aware, multi-channel
  49. 49. Sensitivity: Confidential Development & Integration a real trend to blend telco/IoT with data, blockchain, bots
  50. 50. Sensitivity: Confidential 21 June 2019Proximus 36
  51. 51. Sensitivity: Confidential 21 June 2019Sensitivity: Unrestricted 39 OK, say that you need one. Do you know how the get started and let alone test it ?
  52. 52. Sensitivity: Confidential 21 June 2019Sensitivity: Unrestricted 40 Create your Blockchain in 4 easy steps Monitor and scale your Blockchain - Proof of Work - Proof of Authority
  53. 53. Sensitivity: Confidential 21 June 2019Sensitivity: Unrestricted 41 Manage the Blockchain Wallets Initiate and validate transactions Easy Smart-Contract Deployment and management Visual Smart-Contract Invokation & Testing
  54. 54. Sensitivity: Confidential 21 June 2019Sensitivity: Unrestricted 42 • “Create your blockchain cloud application in a minute” • Integration with other Proximus modules (SMS, IoT,…) • Visual and modular scripting feature
  55. 55. Sensitivity: Confidential Ouf, that was hearty Can I just have a café gourmand for dessert ?
  56. 56. Sensitivity: Confidential 21 June 2019Proximus 44 Machine Learning Improving problem qualification and technician dispatching for first-time-right interventions Bots, NLP Improving our omnichannel customer experience (Web, Messenger, Voice, Google Assistant) Augmented Reality Copper Cable AR View helping field technicians Other on-going pilots projects: Machine Learning for consumer churn prediction ; Machine Learning to automatically detect events based on Real Time Crowd Management ; Deep Learning for traffic recognition and real-time optimization
  57. 57. Sensitivity: Confidential … and with a passion for technology!
  58. 58. Sensitivity: Confidential 21 June 2019Proximus 47
  59. 59. Sensitivity: Confidential Thank you ! frederic.mottiat@proximus.com gianni.manderioli@Proximus.com
  60. 60. D i g i t a l I n n o v a t i o n p i t c h e s
  61. 61. M AT I U ( L o g i s t i c s i n Wa l l o n i a ) Gauthier Goeders, BizzDev
  62. 62. Nombreux capteurs en tout genre Serveur réseau (Cloud) Module mobile GSM/BT/LoRa/NBIoT/Sig fox/Zigbee/Z-wave/… Interface conviviale et responsive MAPIU
  63. 63. Microsystèmes Autonomes et Plateforme IoT Universelle MAPIU Informations utiles à capter Microsystèmes Autonomes Innovations apportées
  64. 64. MAPIU Cas d’étude : le transport Vibrations du châssis Récupérateur d’énergie Capteurs connectés
  65. 65. Microsystèmes Autonomes et Plateforme IoT Universelle MAPIU Plateforme IoT Universelle - Modèle de données basé sur le Standard One M2M - Pouvoir intégrer n’importe quel nouveau type de donnée dans le cadre de l’IoT - Capable de supporter tout type de requête selon les besoins business des applications concernées è Interopérabilité avec des systèmes tiers
  66. 66. Un outil pour augmenter la traçabilité de la chaine logistique et améliorer son efficacité
  67. 67. Microsystèmes Autonomes et Plateforme IoT Universelle MAPIU 1er Juin 2020 1er Juin 2018 Actuellement en phase de tests
  68. 68. info@bizzdev.com BIZZDEV sa @Bizzdev ggo@bizzdev.com Gauthier Goeders M E R C I
  69. 69. e L i s a ( B i o W i n ) François Baudart, Quimesis
  70. 70. Projet Elisa - BioWin
  71. 71. Av. Zénobe Gramme, 26B – 1300 Wavre anthony.bievelez@quimesis.be www.quimesis.be • Founded in 2013 • 15 engineers (and up) • 6 interns • 15 projects per year
  72. 72. MECHATRONICS for your applications Mechanics Electronics Embeded Software 1. Mobile robotics 2. Smart devices 3. Medical devices Automated tonnage measurementGolf balls picker Personalised orthopedic devices
  73. 73. Partner of the Innovation Ecosystem in Wallonia Mechanical manufacturers Electornics manufacturers Industrial designers Innovative Startups/Companies
  74. 74. Scope : • 12% of the population suffers from a sleep disorder, as sleep apnea • Those disorders reduces significantly the life expectancy • Current solutions are bulky, invasive, expensive Aim : develop an ergonomic smart medical device that prevents sleep disorders events Business case : device against sleep disorders
  75. 75. Sunrise© by Sunrise : detection device already on the market https://hellosunrise.com/be/fr/shop Market traction : Sunrise©
  76. 76. Project « eLISA » : aiming for treatment - Mechanical manufacturers - Electornics manufacturers - Industrial designers Biowin : 3.2M€ Nov. 2018 (4 yrs) Project Coordinator
  77. 77. Quimesis : design the new hardware with treatment functions Sunrise : design the treatment software controlling the device UNamur : process the data to enhance the treatment algorithm UCL : find quantitative tests assessing the impact of the treatment eLISA : role of the project members
  78. 78. • Motivations • Technical challenge in the core skills of Quimesis • Resonate with the core value of Quimesis : « integrating technologies to help people » • Mass production potential • Long term project : resource assignment flexibility and partial financing • Partner : project coordinator with market knowlege and clear commercial intentions • Matching partners beyond the project • Sunrise knows the market through Sunrise©, and will sell the solution • Quimesis has intentions and ability to mass-produce • Efficient support from BioWin • Provides templates, coaching from day 1 to consortium agreement, follow-up … • Provides experience from previous projects’ lessons learned, Quimesis in eLISA ?
  79. 79. anthony.bievelez@quimesis.be www.quimesis.be Your R&D partner for an industry-ready solution
  80. 80. M O B I T S ( L o g i s t i c s i n Wa l l o n i a ) Mohamed Boukhebouze, CETIC
  81. 81. www.cetic.be Centred’ExcellenceenTechnologiesde l’InformationetdelaCommunication www.cetic.be CETIC, Responsable de département Data Science Digital Innovation pitches 20 juin, Namur Mohamed BOUKHEBOUZE
  82. 82. www.cetic.be Les offres existantes d’information des voyageurs manquent d’information sur le taux de remplissage et sur des solutions alternatives 94 https://www.rtl.be/info/vous/temoignages/laetitia-voit-arriver-un-bus-plein-a-craquer-tous-les-jours-le-chauffeur-a-decide-de-fermer-les-portes-juste-devant-moi--796667.aspx
  83. 83. www.cetic.be Mobits : vers un système intégré et dynamique d’information, destiné à la fois aux passagers et aux opérateurs des transports publics
  84. 84. www.cetic.be Mobits : projet de 48 mois (2015-2018) – Budget ∼ 3M€ Supporté par
  85. 85. www.cetic.be Objectif : développement d’un démonstrateur d’un système de transport intelligent qui permet de capturer le taux d’occupation 97 SYSTEM TEST, LAUNCH & OPERATIONS SYSTEM / SUBSYSTEM DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH TO PROVE FEASIBILITY BASIC TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH TRL 1 TRL 2 TRL3 TRL 4 TRL5 TRL 6 TRL 7 TRL 8 TRL 9
  86. 86. www.cetic.be THALES BELGIUM S.A. TBE/ref TBE_PRE_181656_Rev_-_0 Date : 21/12/2018 MOBITS : Une architecture technique innovante Démonstrateur on-board Smart Display Off board Vehicle or at stops DATA CONCENTRATION PRESENTATION ON BOARD DATA FUSION DEVICES IDENTIFICATION and RF TRACES PASSENGER COUNTING I2 I3 I1 OPERATORS USER PREFERENCES PASSENGER FLUX DATA DATA MINING (Flux determination) INDIVIDUAL PASSENGER REQUEST/ PRESENTATION I5 I7 I4 PUBLIC TRANSPORT QUERIES I8 DATA VALIDATION ORGANISATION ANNOTATION I6 Vehicles locations ITINERARY GENERATION /NOTIFICATIONS Vehicles itinerary Vehicles timetable PASSENGER DATA OPENDATA MOBILEAPP TRAFFIC SIMULATOR Application mobile (TC) Simulateur de trafic Démonstrateur off-board External Data sources
  87. 87. www.cetic.be Mobits : Résultats innovants • Mise en place d’une cartographie en temps réel des véhicules et taux d’occupation • Mise en place d’un Smart Display avec caméra 99 • Développement d’un capteur IR basse résolution, sur batteries et transmission radio • Comptage par analyse d’image adapté à la position de la caméra sur l’arrêt
  88. 88. www.cetic.be Mobits : Résultats innovants • Création du simulateur de trafic • Mise en place d’un système de gestion de données (Nanotics) 100 • Développement d’un Smart Traval Companion Off board Vehicle or at stops DATA CONCENTRATION PRESENTATION ON BOARD DATA FUSION DEVICES IDENTIFICATION and RF TRACES PASSENGER COUNTING I2 I3 I1 OPERATORS USER PREFERENCES PASSENGER FLUX DATA DATA MINING (Flux determination) INDIVIDUAL PASSENGER REQUEST/ PRESENTATION I5 I7 I4 PUBLIC TRANSPORT QUERIES I8 DATA VALIDATION ORGANISATION ANNOTATION I6 Vehicles locations ITINERARY GENERATION /NOTIFICATIONS Vehicles itinerary Vehicles timetable PASSENGER DATA OPENDATA MOBILEAPP TRAFFIC SIMULATOR
  89. 89. www.cetic.be La valeur ajoutée du projet pour le CETIC • Mise en place d’un cloud privé • IAAS avec un OpenStack • Paas avec OpenShift • Mise en place d’un système de gestion d’Open Data • Accès : génération d’API à partir d’une spécification Swagger • Enrichissement : fusion sémantique de données de provenances multiples • Développement d’un outil générique pour la gestion des ontologies : ORS 101 https://github.com/cetic/ORS
  90. 90. www.cetic.be linkedin.com/company/cetic info@cetic.be +32 71 159 362 twitter.com/@CETIC twitter.com/@CETIC_be www.cetic.be Aéropole de Charleroi-Gosselies Avenue Jean Mermoz 28 B-6041 Charleroi - Belgique Responsable de département Data Science mohamed.boukhebouze@cetic.be Mohamed Boukhebouze Merci pour votre attention. Des questions ? +32 497 785 951
  91. 91. E P I C K 2 . 0 ( L o g i s t i c s i n Wa l l o n i a ) Benjamin Deswysen, OSCARS
  92. 92. Projet ePick 2.0
  93. 93. Gestion des quais d’un entrepôt logistique ePick 2.0
  94. 94. Architecture Système d’optimisation annexe Warehouse Management System Transport Management System ePick 2.0 Optimisation Positions Temps Réel
  95. 95. ePick: Fonctions üOptimisation des tournées üSuivi des tournées en temps réel üRéaffectation, réorganisation des tournées sur base des données temps-réel üRéaffectation des quais de chargement
  96. 96. Collaboration Inter-Entrepôts WMS TMS ePick WMS TMS ePick WMS TMS ePick
  97. 97. Contribution : Itinéraires & Temps Réel Geo Intelligent Platform Rapports Cartes ItinérairesPositions, données capturées Traffic ePick 2.0 Optimisations
  98. 98. Merci pour votre attention! Plus d’info? Des questions? info@oscars- sa.eu
  99. 99. LO R A - S E N S E ( M e c a Te c h ) Stéphane Deketelaere, Multitel
  100. 100. D I G I T R A N S ( L o g i s t i c s i n Wa l l o n i a ) Patrick Heymans, Skalup
  101. 101. Remerciements
  102. 102. Place au networking!

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