This prototype deliverable will be the final release of the STORM integrated system for the pilot scenarios purposes.
This deliverable will be the prototype WEB-GIS services and tools implementation.
This will be the prototype of the cloud base infrastructure over which STORM services will be deployed and offered
This deliverable will comprise the implementation of the services and apps for crisis management, following the requirements identified in D7.6.
This deliverable will describe the overall architecture of the software modules designed in WP6, and will collect input from tasks T6.6, T6.4, T6.3 and T6.2.
This deliverable will be the prototype implementation of the resilient communication services reported in D7.4.
This deliverable will be the prototype risk assessment tool for the derivation of appropriate risk management strategies developed in the context of STORM.
This deliverable will be the prototype implementation of the collaborative framework defined in T7.1
"By month 24, interfaces and applications enabling crowsourcing over major Social Networks (SNs) will be available in STORM. This will enable the provision of APIs available to operators, enabling queries to the supported social networks for searching for (crowdsensing) posts associated with user definable hashtags and with emphasis on cultural preservation (e.g. helpTermeDiocleziane, or #saveTroia). Parallel querying on several SN will be useful to get massive extractions for further processing, but more precise querying, on a single SN) will be readied to leverage all the filtering capabilities supported by a specific SN (for example explicit geolocation information provided by the user, or user generated multimedia content associated with the post etc)"
This deliverable will be a report on dissemination events planned during the project and the results obtained during the first 18 months.
This deliverable, reporting on the results of T6.2 and T6.3, will describe the STORM services design for situation awareness as well as the CEP technology applications.
This deliverable will report on the results of the activities on Implicit crowdsensing, which in the STORM context has the meaning of post-processing of social produced posts in order to gain insights that the user does not provide explicitly. This area of investigation is wide and covers several topics. Among such topics, analytics targeted at assessing the reliability of explicitly given posts are of high importance in STORM.
Report on the results of the innovative methods and process for supporting diagnosis based on the study of the material properties, as result from work performed in T6.5.
This deliverable will report on the functional and technical requirements of the collaboration and knowledge sharing infrastructure of STORM system defined in T7.1.
This deliverable will contain the description of be STORM system architecture, including the presentation of the communication between the modules of the integrated system. Each module will be specified in detail, while the integrated view of the infrastructure will be designed and specified to guide the implementation and integration phases. Use of a cloud infrastructure and selection, extension and deployment of an open cloud implementation solution will be described here, as well as ways to ensure future expansion incorporating cloud federation schemes. The use of protocols and data representation standards will be reported, and wherever issues of extension or limitations are identified, these will be highlighted so that they are addressed in WPs 4, 5 and 6.
This deliverable will provide (in two versions: the first one internally to the consortium and the second one at M32 as an official deliverable publicly available), a set of government policies intended to be proposed for adoption by authorities towards improved effectiveness in government against natural disasters. Proposals will be contextualised according to specific countries (at least those participating the project), and socio/cultural requirements. The final objective will be to propose clear government strategies to face climate changes effects on Cultural Heritage in particular when facing natural disasters.
This will be a report document describing the methodology to be used to train different actors involved in the complex project value chain.
This deliverable will present the innovation strategy adopted by the STORM solutions.
This deliverable will contain the functional requirements of the services and mobile apps for the crisis management.
This report will present all the dissemination activity and results achieved during the project lifetime..
This deliverable will report the results of T5.1 based on detailed analysis of existing risks within the case sites and the assessment of applicability of suitable methods.
This will be a first report describing the different actions made within the STORM project by different kind of stakeholders at the mid life-cycle of the project.
This deliverable will contain the description of use cases and scenarios to be used in STORM as a basis for assessment and validation of results and proposed methods/processes. The profile of each site, the needs and expected benefits, as these are reported since the proposal phase will be taken under consideration.
Following the approach of D1.2, this deliverable will also have two releases: the first at M12 and the second at M36, after feedback from the experimentation is available) In this deliverable, existing restoration and conservation methodologies will be reported, together with an analysis of cost-effectiveness. Long term expected results for each described method will be presented and, where possible, compared simulating the STORM experimental sites situation.
This deliverable is a report on the outcome of tasks T4.4 and T4.5, and will complement the system architecture definition of D2.3, by focusing on the data communication protocols and representation schemes. For this consist of three sections: One elaborating on the details of the message passing scheme used by the STORM system sensors, one reporting on the use of protocols for sensor communication, and one on the unified (human/machine generated) data representation scheme.
This deliverable will be the result of T6.4, reporting on methods, models and services for critical information representation.
This will be a report document report describing the different exploitation models that are contemplated for the STORM components and the exploitation activities to be carried out by STORM Consortium members. (Delivery: D11.3.2 at M18; updates to D11.3.3 at M36)
This deliverable will describe the results of the assessment and validation activity performed for each instantiations of the experimentation sites. Results will be evaluated against defined KPIs so to be able to apply a Truth Table solver and verify all the possible solutions (ex. Quine-McCluskey algorithm for boolean minimization), so to facilitate possible exploitation of results and re-use. It also includes the best practices and lessons learnt collected during the experimentations from the STORM project.
This deliverable will lists and report on the analysis of current regulations and practices for government, management and conservation of Cultural Heritage in order to improve existing models and if needed, develop new ones to be used as a basis for all STORM activities. This deliverable will comprise a report on criteria and directives used for planning management and conservation actions.
This will be a document providing a clear viability analysis through investigation performed in each trial site. The deliverable will provide also conclusions addressing requirements for possible viable enlargement and re-use of STORM outcomes.
This deliverable will report the activities done during the two phases of the experimentation and on the related harmonized view at project level. It will delivered in two version one at M24 and a final one at M36.
This deliverable will identify STORM models for representing events and situations in the STORM context, as a result from the work of T6.1.
This will be a specification document describing activities that will be carried out in the project around dissemination.
This deliverable is based on the results of T5.1 and T5.2 adequate risk management strategies will be derived and implemented into guidelines, reported here.
Definition of the resilient services will be reported in this deliverable.
This deliverable will also have two releases (as D1.2 and D1.3) with the first at M12 and the second at the end of experimentation in M36. It will report on existing classifications with respect to disasters recovery for cultural sites, and giving evidence to common points in classification criteria. A clear report of existing practices applied to restoration aiming at quick damage assessment is going to be provided in a matrix comparing methods and existing constraints that could affect their applicability.
This deliverable will define the STORM integration strategy and planning that will be used to have a phased approach in the integration process
This will be a report document describing the different modules created to give the multitude of STORM project’s actors appropriate learning.
This deliverable will report all the different actions made within the STORM project by different kind of stakeholders.
This will be a report document report describing the expected sustainability model based on the various type of stakeholders involved in the project. (Delivery: D11.3.1 at M12)
This deliverable is intended to be the starting point for the proposal of new government policies. Deep and wide investigation of existing government policies will be provided, starting from running ones in countries involved in the project. Further investigation will be provided both at European and International level. This deliverable will include also the outcomes of interviews and early discussions with decision makers.
This deliverable will have two releases: the first at M12 based on early feedback during the implementation phase and the second at M36 using feedback from experimentation): It will report the results of the evaluation of non-invasive and non-destructive methods for survey and diagnosis, accompanied by a description of each of the studied methods availability through the different steps of crisis management in terms of parameters to be collected. In this context, low cost remote-sensing and open source solutions will be considered and investigated.
This deliverable report the result of T 6.6. It describe techniques and methods to assess damages severity.
In this deliverable, a detailed definition of each experimental site will be provided together with a harmonized view of the overall strategy in view of verify STORM objectives during simulations or real occurrences. We expect this document to report also negotiation and engagement done at stakeholder level when defining experiments in each site. Furthermore in will include a report of set-up procedures acted to let the experiment start both in terms of processes/procedures and technologies going to be used and evaluated. Also simulations plan and involved stakeholders will be identified.
This deliverable will report the results of T4.1 based on the ground-based sensor to the assessment of Cultural Heritage materials and T4.2 on the use of non-contact ground and close-range sensing (UAVs/ InSAR, LiDAR, RPAS).
In this deliverable the description of the tools for supporting the knowledge sharing and the disaster management processes will be included, as this will be identified in T7.1.
This deliverable will describe information techniques for getting information from sensors including the Social Media event extractor, and will be the result of T6.3.
This deliverable will report on the results of the requirements capturing process of task 3.2 and will contain two parts: one dedicated to the system requirements, and one to the user requirements. Issues related to security, scalability, robustness, open architecture and compliance to standards will be addressed in the first part, while issues related to usability, effectiveness, efficiency and user satisfaction will be addressed in the second.
This deliverable will identify the software requirements of cloud based infrastructure.
This deliverable will report on data analytics to be used by the decision makers to support effective and efficient response to the critical events.
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Author(s): Resta, Vanni; de Wit, Rosmarie; Kogias, Dimitrios; Patrikakis, Charalampos; Ravankhah, Mohammad; Boi, Silvia
Published in: 2018
Author(s): De Wit, Rosmarie; Höfler, Angelika; Žuvela-Aloise, Maja; Hollosí, Brigitta; Anders, Ivonne; Ravankhah, Mohammad; Birkmann, Jörn; Boi, Silvia; Resta, Vanni; Patrikakis, Charalampos
Published in: EMS Annual Meeting Abstracts, Issue Vol. 14, EMS2017-304, 2017, 2017
Author(s): Dr. Rosmarie de Wit, Mohammad Ravankhah, MSc, Dr. Dimitrios G. Kogias, Dr. Maja Žuvela-Aloise, DI Dr. Ivonne Anders, Brigitta Hollosí, MSc, Dr. Angelika Höfler, Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Jörn Birkmann, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Charalampos Patrikakis, Dr. Vanni Resta and Silvia Boi
Published in: 2nd World Symposium on Climate Change Communication, 2018
Author(s): Vanni Resta, Silvia Boi, Patrikakis Charalampos, Dimitrios Kogias, Rosmarie de Wit and Mohammad Ravankhah
Published in: Euro-American Congress REHABEND 2018, 2018
Author(s): Revez, Maria João; Delgado Rodrigues, José; Proença, Nuno; Lobo de Carvalho, José Maria; Coghi, Paola; Capua, Maria Concetta; Santamaria, Ulderico; Boi, Silvia; Perossini, Fabio
Published in: Congresso Ibero-Americano 'Património, suas Matérias e Imatérias', 2016, Page(s) 176
Brum, Patricia; Neto, Filipa; Revez, Maria João; Pinto, Inês Vaz; Magalhães, Ana Patrícia
Published in: 2019
Author(s): de Wit, Rosmarie; Ravankhah, Mohammad; Zuvela-Aloise, Maja; Birkmann, Jörn; Patrikakis, Charalampos; Resta, Vanni; Boi, Silvia
Published in: 2019
Author(s): Stelios A. Mitilinaios; Stelios M. Potirakis; Nicolaos-Alexander Tatlas; Maria Rangoussi
Published in: Issue 3, 2018
Author(s): Lazaros Toumanidis; Enkeleda Bocaj; Panagiotis Kasnesis; Charalampos Z Patrikakis
Published in: Issue 5, 2018
Author(s): N.A. Tatlas, S. Potirakis, S. Mitilineos, M. Rangoussi
Published in: Acoustics 2018 International Conference, Issue 9, 2018
Author(s): S.M. Potirakis; C.Z. Patrikakis; P. Kasnesis; Y. Contoyiannis; N.-A. Tatlas; S.A. Mitilineos; T. Asano; M. Hayakawa
Published in: Issue 14, 2018
Author(s): Alexandros Tzitamidis, Enkeleda Bocaj, Charalampos Z Patrikakis, Maria Concetta Capua
Published in: ECHOPOLIS 2018 International Conference, 2018
Author(s): A. B. Utkin, P. Chaves, L. Fernandes, I. V. Pinto, M. J. Revez
Published in: 2018 International Conference Laser Optics (ICLO), 2018, Page(s) 275-275
Author(s): Revez, Maria João; Coghi, Paola; Delgado Rodrigues, José; Vaz Pinto, Inês
Published in: th International Conference on Building Resilience – ICBR, Issue 8, 2018
Author(s): Patrícia Brum; Maria João Revez;
Filipa Neto; Inês Vaz Pinto and Ana Patrícia Magalhães
Published in: 19th ICOMOS General Assembly & Scientific Symposium 2017. Heritage & Democracy, 2018
Author(s): UÇKAN Eren; TANIRCAN Gulum; DEMİRCİOĞLU-TÜMSA Mine; ALÇIK, Hakan; Cekir Ferit; Dindar Ahmet Anil; Zulfikar Can; Aksar Bora; Onder Umut; Aygun Aslı; Akbas Bulent
Published in: 16th European Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Issue 9, 2018
Author(s): Irene Bicchierai, Francesco Brancati, Massimiliano L. Itria, Gabriele Giunta, Massimo Magaldi
Published in: Intelligent Environments 2018, 2018
Author(s): Irene Bicchierai, Francesco Brancati, Massimiliano L. Itria, Gabriele Giunta, Massimo Magaldi
Published in: 3rd International Workshop on Smart Sensing Systems (IWSSS'18), 2018
Author(s): Robert J Williamson; Mike Nevell; Rosmarie deWitt; Maja Zuvela-Aloise
Published in: 24th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA annual conference 2018), 2018
Author(s): Ana Patrícia Magalhães, Inês Vaz Pinto, Patrícia Brum and Filipa Araújo dos Santos
Published in: Arqueologia 3.0: Comunicação, Divulgação e Socialização da Arqueologia, 2018
Author(s): Mohammad Ravankhah, Maria João Revez , Rosmarie de Wit , Inês Vaz Pinto , Nasos Argyriou , Angelos Hliaoutakis , Patrícia Brum , Maja Žuvela-Aloise, Apostolos Sarris, Joern Birkmann, Ana Patrícia Magalhães, Nesara Pradeep, Paola Coghi, Vanni Resta, Silvia Boi
Published in: 8th International Conference on Building Resilience – ICBR Lisbon’2018 Risk and Resilience in Practice Lisbon, Portugal, 2018
Author(s): Mohammad Ravankhah, Maria João Revez, Angelos Hliaoutakis, Rosmarie de Wit, Nasos Argyriou, Maja Žuvela-Aloise, Apostolos Sarris, Joern Birkmann
Published in: International Conference on “Natural Hazards and Risks in a Changing World”, , University of Potsdam, Germany, 4–5 October. Book of Abstracts., 2018, Page(s) 86
Author(s): Nuno Proença, Maria João Revez
Published in: Conservar Património, Issue 25, 2017, Page(s) 57-65, ISSN 2182-9942
Author(s): Stelios A. Mitilineos, Stelios M. Potirakis, Nicolas-Alexander Tatlas, Maria Rangoussi
Published in: Journal of Sensors, Issue 2018, 2018, Page(s) 1-13, ISSN 1687-725X
Author(s): Jorge Marques da Silva1 and Andrei Borissovitch Utkin
Published in: Processes, 2018, ISSN 2227-9717
Author(s): Filipa Neto; Sofia Pereira; Isabel; Maria João Revez
Published in: Pedra & Cal, Issue 64, 2018, ISSN 1645-4863
Author(s): Mohammad Ravankhah, Rosmarie de Wit, Athanasios V. Argyriou, Angelos Chliaoutaki, Maria João Reves, Joern Birkmann, Maja Žuvela-Aloise, Apostolos Sarris, Anastasia Tzigounaki, Kostas Giapitsoglou
Published in: International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 2019, ISSN 2095-0055
Author(s): Stelios Mitilineos, Nicolas-Alexander Tatlas, Stelios Potirakis, Maria Rangoussi
Published in: Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, Issue 67/1/2, 2019, Page(s) 27-37, ISSN 1549-4950
Author(s): Panagiotis Kasnesis, Nicolaos-Alexandros Tatlas, Stelios Mitilineos, Charalampos Patrikakis, Stelios Potirakis
Published in: Sensors, Issue 19/7, 2019, Page(s) 1629, ISSN 1424-8220
Author(s): Magalhães, Ana Patrícia; Pinto, Inês Vaz; Brum, Patrícia
Published in: Al-Madan Online II Série, n.º 22, tomo 1, Janeiro 2018(2182-7265), Issue n.º 22, tomo 1, 2018, Page(s) 171-173, ISSN 2182-7265
Author(s): Michael Nevell; Rob Williamson
Published in: The Historic Environment. Policy & Practice, 2019, ISSN 1756-7505
Author(s): Panagiotis Kasnesis; Dimitrios G Kogias; Lazaros Toumanidis; Michael G Xevgenis; Charalampos Z Patrikakis; Gabriele Giunta; Giuseppe Li Calsi
Published in: IGI Global (Special issue Harnessing the Internet of Everything (IoE) for Accelerated Innovation Opportunities), Issue 14, 2019
Author(s): Rob Williamson (MAT); Dr Vanni Resta (K-People); Rosmarie DeWit (ZAMG); Dr Nicholas-Alexandros Tatlass (ZAMG)
Published in: The Eye of the STORM, 2018, Page(s) 1-9
Author(s): Michael Dawson; Edward James; Michael Nevell
Published in: 2019, Page(s) 188-210
Author(s): Michael Nevell, Rob Williamson and Rosmarie DeWit
Published in: Heritage Under pressure – Threats and Solutions: Studies of Agency and Soft Power in the Historic Environment, 2019