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Ground Truth 2.0 - Environmental knowledge discovery of human sensed data

Leistungen

Exploitation Roadmap

Results of feasibility study assessment, user feedback, implementation roadmap and awareness strategy (Task T3.3).

Guidelines for Citizen Observatories and Future Recommendations

) Based on successes and obstacles experienced in the different case studies, this deliverable will conclude and summarize the lessons learned for creating inclusive citizen observatories with meaningful impacts (Task 1.8).

Initial validation and socio-economic Impacts Report

Initial report on progress in meeting the requirements of both local stakeholders and the overall Ground Truth 2.0 concept, and on the generated expected and unexpected impacts of the citizen observatories, incl. within case and cross-case analysis (Task T1.6 and Task 1.7).

Initial stakeholder analysis of the demonstration cases

Initial results of in-depth analysis of the evolving stakeholder groups, their decision making processes and modalities (Task T1.1)

Updated validation and socio-economic impacts report

Updated report on the continuous progress in meeting the requirements of both local stakeholders and the overall Ground Truth 2.0 concept, and on the generated expected and unexpected impacts of the citizen observatories, incl. within case and cross-case analysis (Task T1.6 and Task 1.7).

Second Advisory Board minutes

Minutes of the second Advisory Board Meeting (Task T5.2).

Dissemination and Communication strategy

A strategic document where all the foreseen communication activities, channels, messages are defined for each target audience (Task T4.1).

Methodology for Validation and Impact Assessment

Report detailing the methodology for the validation and impact assessment, incl. baseline measure of stakeholder interactions (Task T1.6).

Updated report on incentives and barriers

Updated report on the results of the analysis of incentives and barriers for citizen observatories in the demonstration cases (Task T1.5).

Third Advisory Board minutes

Minutes of the third Advisory Board Meeting (Task T5.2).

Udated stakeholder engagement strategy

Updated strategy for stakeholder engagement to feed into each of the demonstration cases to determine the method of recruiting, interacting and maintaining the input and interest of stakeholders in up-scaling the observatories (Task T1.4).

Updated stakerholder analysis of the demonstration cases

Updated results of in-depth analysis of the evolving stakeholder groups, their decision making processes and modalities (Task T1.1).

Initial stakeholder engagement strategy

Initial strategy for stakeholder engagement to feed into each of the demonstration cases to determine the method of recruiting, interacting and maintaining the input and interest of stakeholders in up-scaling the observatories (Task T1.4).

User requirements and log of user-centred design

Synthesized analysis of user requirements and user experiences, incl. findings from the established techniques for co-design employed during the project (Tasks T1.2 and T1.3).

Initial report on market analysis and market uptake

Initial report on the results of the market analysis, competition analysis, competitive positioning and added value of Ground Truth (Task T3.1).

First Adisory Board Meeting

Minutes of the first Advisory Board Meeting (Task T5.2).

Updated report on market analysis and market uptake

Updated report on the results of the market analysis, competition analysis, competitive positioning and added value of Ground Truth (Task T3.1).

Initial report on the incentives and barriers

Initial report on the results of the analysis of incentives and barriers for citizen observatories in the demonstration cases (Task T1.5).

Report on standardisation contributions and interactions with relevant initiatives (GEOSS, INSPIRE, other CO projects)

Summary report on the interaction with standards organizations and the standards where Ground Truth 2.0 had editorial presence; summary of Ground Truth 2.0 activities conducted in GEO tasks for the work plan 2017-2020; summary of interactions with relevant EU projects and initiatives (.Tasks T4.5 and T4.6).

Land Use Mapper communication toolkit

Collection of promotional materials (flyers, user manuals, etc.) to facilitate the potential exploitation of the product (Task T4.2).

Website

Setup of the Ground Truth 2.0 website for the communication and dissemination of the project activities and later on the results (Task T4.3).

Video compendium about citizens observatories' impact

A set of 3 videos illustrating different aspects of the citizen observatories, incl. data gathering, decision making involvement and GEOSS integration.

Communication toolkit and citizen observatories' toolkit

Communication resources (promotional materials, templates, logos, etc.) and key messages to communicate and share core messages on Ground Truth 2.0 project; collection tools (guidelines, templates, layouts) for transmitting a consistent corporate image for the project across the observatories (Task T4.2).

Training materials

Summary report on Ground Truth 2.0 training material (MOOCs, webinars, etc.) (Task T4.4).

Customized platform for Swedish Demo Case (Second version)

Platform and tailored components integrated and running for the Swedish case. The second iteration will cover both the short-term feedback mechanisms and those for the medium & long term (Tasks T2.2, T2.3. T2.6).

Customized platform for NL Demo Case (Second version)

Platform and tailored components integrated and running for the NL case. The second iteration will cover both the short-term feedback mechanisms and those for the medium & long term (Tasks T2.2, T2.3. T2.6).

Customized platform for Kenyan Demo Case (Second version)

Platform and tailored components integrated and running for the Kenyan case. The second iteration will cover both the short-term feedback mechanisms and those for the medium & long term (Tasks T2.2, T2.3. T2.6).

Customized platforms for Belgian Demo Case (First version)

Platform and tailored components integrated and running for the Belgian case. The first iteration will cover short-term feedback mechanisms (Tasks T2.2, T2.3. T2.6).

Customized platform for Zambian Case (Second version)

Platform and tailored components integrated and running for the Zambian case. The second iteration will cover both the short-term feedback mechanisms and those for the medium & long term (Tasks T2.2, T2.3. T2.6).

Customized platform for Swedish Demo Case (First version)

Platform and tailored components integrated and running for the Swedish case. The first iteration will cover short-term feedback mechanisms (Tasks T2.2, T2.3. T2.6).

Customized platform for Spanish Demo Case (Second version)

Platform and tailored components integrated and running for the Spanish case. The second iteration will cover both the short-term feedback mechanisms and those for the medium & long term (Tasks T2.2, T2.3. T2.6).

Land Use Mapper web service

Software component that will enable other tools to communicate with the Land Use Mapper (Task T2.4).

Customised Platform for Belgian Demonstration Case (Second version)

Platform and tailored components integrated and running for the Belgian case. The second iteration will cover both the short-term feedback mechanisms and those for the medium & long term (Tasks T2.2, T2.3. T2.6).

Customized platform for Zambian Demo Case (First version)

Platform and tailored components integrated and running for the Zambian case. The first iteration will cover short-term feedback mechanisms (Tasks T2.2, T2.3. T2.6).

Customized platform for Spanish Demo Case (First version)

Platform and tailored components integrated and running for the Spanish case. The first iteration will cover short-term feedback mechanisms (Tasks T2.2, T2.3. T2.6).

Customized platform for Kenyan Demo Case (First version)

Platform and tailored components integrated and running for the Kenyan case. The first iteration will cover short-term feedback mechanisms (Tasks T2.2, T2.3. T2.6).

Collected data

For each case, several measurements from users (both explicit and implicit) will be potentially combined with other information sources and merged inside the integration component. This data will be validated to confirm the required levels of data quality (Task T2.5).

Veröffentlichungen

Citizen Observatories: A demonstration of how socio-technical innovation could drive transformational change towards sustainability

Autoren: Somya Joshi, Uta Wehn, Tessy Cerratto Pargman, Steve Loiselle, Thomas Bjelkeman-Pettersson, Harro Riedstra, Jussi Karlgren, Alberto Masa and Hansje Hooghiemstra
Veröffentlicht in: Resilience 2017, 2017

Ground Truth 2.0: From citizen‐based data collection to joint knowledge creation

Autoren: Uta Wehn
Veröffentlicht in: INSPIRE 2016 proceedings, 2016

Citizens' observatories to fill data gaps: What are the secrets to engaging citizens?

Autoren: Drew Hemment, Mel Woods, Uta Wehn, Kim Anema, Abby Momani, Linda Henriksson, Amy Hume
Veröffentlicht in: European GEO workshop, Issue annual, 2017

Ground Truth 2.0: From citizen-based data collection to joint knowledge creation,

Autoren: Uta Wehn
Veröffentlicht in: 10th GEO European Projects Workshop, Issue annual, 2016

Citizen observatories empowering people in integrated water and waste management, interactive session

Autoren: Uta Wehn, Steven Loiselle, an Thornhill, Thomas Bjelkeman-Pettersson, Tessy Cerratto-Pargman, Nina Viereckel
Veröffentlicht in: Stockholm World Water Week 2017, 2017

Towards real-time assimilation of crowdsourced observations in hydrological and hydraulic modelling

Autoren: Maurizio Mazzoleni, Leonardo Alfonso and Dimitri Solomatine
Veröffentlicht in: WMO MOXXI workshop –Innovation in Hydrometry, from ideas to operation, 2018

GROUND TRUTH 2.0: ENVIRONMENTAL KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY OF HUMAN SENSED DATA

Autoren: Hans van der Kwast, Uta Wehn, Arnold Lobbrecht, Marc de Bois
Veröffentlicht in: ICLEI's LoCS4Africa 2017 congress (Local Climate Solutions for Africa 2017: Water & Climate), 2017, Page(s) 62-64

"GT2.0: El retro de 'enganchar"" al ciudano cientifico en la mejora de las condiciones de vida y el medio ambiente, presented at III Congreso Ciudades Intelligentes, 26-27 April, Madrid"

Autoren: Wehn, U., Manzano Pelaez, E., Masa Moras, A., Lamsfus Uriaguereca, I., and Rodriguez Illana, C.
Veröffentlicht in: 3rd Smart Cities Congress - Libro de Communicaciones, Issue 26-27.4.2017, 2017, Page(s) 25-28

Experimenting with Novel Forms of Computing - The case of the Swedish Citizen Observatory for Water Quality Conservation

Autoren: Cerratto-Pargman, T., Joshi, S., and Wehn, U.
Veröffentlicht in: LIMITS 2019 - Fifth Workshop on Computing within Limits, Issue Annual, 2019, Page(s) June 10-11, 2019

The Social Dimensions of Citizen Observatories

Autoren: Uta Wehn
Veröffentlicht in: Citizen Observatories for Water Management conference (COWM2016), Issue 7-9 June 2016, 2016

Context matters: A baseline analysis of contextual realities for two community-based monitoring initiatives of water and environment in Europe and Africa

Autoren: Mohammad Gharesifard, Uta Wehn, Pieter van der Zaag
Veröffentlicht in: Journal of Hydrology, Issue 579, 2019, Page(s) 124144, ISSN 0022-1694
DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2019.124144

Incentives and barriers for participation in community-based environmental monitoring and information systems: A critical analysis and integration of the literature

Autoren: Uta Wehn, Abeer Almomani
Veröffentlicht in: Environmental Science & Policy, Issue 101, 2019, Page(s) 341-357, ISSN 1462-9011
DOI: 10.1016/j.envsci.2019.09.002

Citizen science and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Autoren: Steffen Fritz, Linda See, Tyler Carlson, Mordechai Haklay, Jessie L. Oliver, Dilek Fraisl, Rosy Mondardini, Martin Brocklehurst, Lea A. Shanley, Sven Schade, Uta Wehn, Tommaso Abrate, Janet Anstee, Stephan Arnold, Matthew Billot, Jillian Campbell, Jessica Espey, Margaret Gold, Gerid Hager, Shan He, Libby Hepburn, Angel Hsu, Deborah Long, Joan Masó, Ian McCallum, Maina Muniafu, Inian Moorthy, Mich
Veröffentlicht in: Nature Sustainability, Issue 2/10, 2019, Page(s) 922-930, ISSN 2398-9629
DOI: 10.1038/s41893-019-0390-3

What influences the establishment and functioning of community-based monitoring initiatives of water and environment? A conceptual framework

Autoren: Mohammad Gharesifard, Uta Wehn, Pieter van der Zaag
Veröffentlicht in: Journal of Hydrology, Issue 579, 2019, Page(s) 124033, ISSN 0022-1694
DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2019.124033