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Project Structure Workpackage WP-1.
Objectives: The objectives of this WP are to manage the project to time and budget; to co-ordinate the activities; to monitor and adjust the implementation plan if necessary; to monitor the data management and the ethics.
Responsible Partner: CERTH Workpackage WP-2
Climate disaster management requirements.
Objectives: The objectives of this WP are to define the user requirements and design the system architecture.
Responsible Partner: FMI Workpackage WP-3
Early warning generation.
Objectives: The objective of this WP is to provide the necessary technological solutions that will allow beAWARE framework to provide early warning and decision support to the PSAP.
Responsible Partner: CERTH Workpackage WP-4
Aggregation and semantic integration of emergency information for decision support and early warnings generation.
Objectives: The objectives of this WP are collect, aggregate and semantically integrate content relevant to emergency information in order to facilitate decision support and early warnings generation.
Responsible Partner: FHG Workpackage WP-5
Multilingual report generation.
Objectives: The objectives of this WP is to provide the technologies for multilingual generation of emergency reports and thus support the swift and accurate decision making by the authorities.
Responsible Partner: UPF Workpackage WP-6
Main Public Safety Answering Point for emergency multimedia enriched calls.
Objectives: The objectives of WP5 is to develop an unified platform deployed in public safety answering points (PSAP) for efficient emergency incidents management through providing common operation picture and improved situational awareness based on 4 main pillars: Collecting and correlating multimodal events coming from disparate data sources.
Incident and resource management.
One of the main objectives of this work package is designing and developing of advanced presentation layer based on cutting edge GIS, analytic and visualization techniques.
This will include research of novel interaction techniques and examine new presentation concepts in data analysis.
Responsible Partner: MSIL Workpackage WP-7
System development, integration and evaluation.
Objectives: To conceptualize the architecture and design specification of the beAWARE platform as to integrate the individual results from the work packages WP1 – WP6.
The system architecture is a modularised blueprint for the platform’s construction, detailing how the software components involved will be put together and subsequently deployed.
The principal aim of the architecture is to facilitate the initial design and development of the platform, by providing detailed enumeration, specification, and means of validation that each of the components built, meets the needs of the other components, or actors, using them.
To implement the beAWARE platform by integrating prior implemented components, thus delivering it as a usable platform for performing the pilots.
To technically test the beAWARE platform with regard to each individual component and also with regard to their integration.
To assure quality during the whole s/w development and integration process.
Responsible Partner: IBM ISRAEL Workpackage WP-8
Dissemination, exploitation and impact.
Objectives: The objectives of this WP are: To develop a multi-dimensional communication and dissemination plan and promote the project’s developed services and outcomes in order to increase awareness among project’s stakeholders and the general public.
To provide viable business models that will lead to the long-term sustainability of the proposed approach involving all actors of the value chain.
To plan and verify the exploitation potential, during and beyond the end of the project progress.
The objectives of this WP are to manage the project to time and budget; to co-ordinate the activities; to monitor and adjust the implementation plan if necessary; to monitor the data management and the ethics.
Responsible Partner: HRT Workpackage WP-9
Objectives: The objective is to ensure compliance with the ”ethics requirements” set out in this work package.
Responsible Partner: CERTH.
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