...various features of true real-time collaboration are shown, such as different colour-coding for each individual modeller, history of a model, asynchronous and synchronous editing, and more. The demo also shows how robots (automated components that act as Wave participants) can be leveraged in order to syntactically correct the model on the fly. In the end, we will see how models are exported using BPMN 2.0 XML. They will then be imported into SAP Netweaver BPM for further refinement and execution.
One of the first business class use cases for Google Wave comes from the SAP Research labs in Australia. There is a nice demo video that shows how the collaboration tools in Google Wave can be used with SAP in the fictional merging of two companies business processes.
I am testing Google Wave myself, and I am interested in how I can integrate Wave functionality in with my TypePad hosted blog.