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Deliverables

SAFE STRIP Use Cases and application scenarios

Project Use Cases & compliance checklist for each Use Case. Exhaustive list related to each UC to allow the issue of a detailed System Architecture and sensor/systems specification (WP2) and resulting from a consultation of stakeholders. Relating task(s): A1.1 and A1.3

Final report on dissemination activities

Project communication and dissemination strategy, events to be attended and organised. User Forum activities User Forum encompassing all key stakeholder representatives and with 20 (by Month 6) and 40 (by Month 12) external members. 2nd Year: At least 3 publications in journals and 5 project papers in Conferences. 3rd Year: At least 6 publications in journals and 12 project papers in Conferences. Related tasks: A7.1, A7.2 Final report

Final report on Pilot framework and plans

Final evaluation framework and experimental plans for A6.2 user trials. On time performance of all tests with the planned demonstrators, test subject and stakeholder numbers. Related tasks: A6.1 - A6.2

Project website, logo, leaflets and posters

Dissemination material of the project 1st Year: Leaflets and posters printed in good quality and web site functioning. 2nd Year: Project web site with at least 50 hits per month. 3rd Year: Project web site with at least 50 hits per month. Related tasks: A7.1

Project Final Report

Final report of SAFE STRIP, including the meetings outcomes of SAFE STRIP Advisory Board, providing: A review of the overall technological and scientific strategy of the SAFE STRIP Project. A technical assessment of the completed activities AN identification of the trends and technologies that could be of interest to the project partners to align their work with such trends. Related tasks: A8.1, A8.2, A8.4

Pilot results consolidation & Impact analysis

Consolidation of results from trials with users and impact assessment of SAFE STRIP system. Will provide the basis to assess all previous WPs success criteria. Thus, it will setup the final success rate of the project as a whole (although individual criteria will be pre-assessed at the relevant activities or through A5.6 pre-tests). Related tasks: A6.3, A6.4

Initial dissemination plan

Project communication and dissemination strategy, events to be attended and organised. User Forum activities User Forum encompassing all key stakeholder representatives and with 20 (by Month 6) and 40 (by Month 12) external members. 2nd Year: At least 3 publications in journals and 5 project papers in Conferences. 3rd Year: At least 6 publications in journals and 12 project papers in Conferences. Initial Plan Related tasks: A7.1, A7.2

SAFE STRIP Project Presentation

SAFE STRIP project presentation; objectives & intended outcomes. Project management/governance roles and approaches. Related tasks: A8.1, A8.2

SAFE STRIP Quality Assurance Plan

SAFE STRIP Quality Assurance Plan. Deliverables and Milestones reached according to plan - significant deviations on use of resources - Ensure the successful reviews of the project. Related tasks: A8.3

Initial report on Pilot framework and plan

Initial evaluation framework and experimental plans for A6.2 user trials. On time performance of all tests with the planned demonstrators, test subject and stakeholder numbers. Related tasks: A6.1

Application guidelines and standardisation recommendations

Legal, operational & standardization issues and infrastructure responsiveness guidelines. Related tasks: A7.5

Updated dissemination plan and dissemination activities

Update of the project communication and dissemination strategy, events to be attended and organised. User Forum activities User Forum encompassing all key stakeholder representatives and with 20 (by Month 6) and 40 (by Month 12) external members. 2nd Year: At least 3 publications in journals and 5 project papers in Conferences. 3rd Year: At least 6 publications in journals and 12 project papers in Conferences. Updated plan and report on the dissemination activities carried out Related tasks: A7.1, A7.2

Project Video

Video showing part of demos and dissemination activities to provide insight on the SAFE STRIP innovation and outcomes to a marge publicum Related tasks: A7.1

SAFE STRIP Initial Data Management Plan

Perception module, which will integrate all sensorial data based on appropriate common data models, in order to produce a high level semantics of the data to be captured by the sensor network and any other interconnected device Provision of a semantics-enabling data fusion layer which interfaces to the decision algorithm in a way that is also compatible with e2Call architecture. Describes the data management life cycle for the data to be collected, processed and/or generated by SAFE STRIP, including information about: - the handling of research data during and after the end of the project - what data will be generated, collected and according to which methodology and standards, - What data will be shared, - what data will not be shared and for what reason, - how data will be preserved after the end of the project Relating task: A2.4

SAFE STRIP Final Data Management Plan

Final release of the report concerning the perception module, which will integrate all sensorial data based on appropriate common data models, in order to produce a high level semantics of the data to be captured by the sensor network and any other interconnected device. Provision of a semantics-enabling data fusion layer which interfaces to the decision algorithm in a way that is also compatible with e2Call architecture Describes the data management life cycle for the data to be collected, processed and/or generated by SAFE STRIP, including information about: - the handling of research data during and after the end of the project - what data will be generated, collected and according to which methodology and standards, - What data will be shared, - what data will not be shared and for what reason, - how data will be preserved after the end of the project Relating task: A2.4

Benchmarking database

The benchmarking database will encompass all the science and engineering findings about existing and emerging micro/nano sensors and their energy management, algorithms, encapsulation, miniaturisation and integration techniques, communication approaches and interfaces/services to the users Relating task(s): A.1.2

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Publications

Implementation and validation approach of the C-ITS novel solution proposed by SAFE STRIP for self-explanatory and forgiving infrastructures

Author(s): Maria Gkemou, Andrea Steccanella, Ioannis Gkragkopoulos, Dionysios Kehagias and Evangelos Bekiaris from CERTH and CRF S.C.p.A.
Published in: International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems (DCOSS 2019), Issue 29-31 May 2019, 2019

An encapsulated energy harvesting platform for on-road low power sensing systems

Author(s): Gavrilis Filios, Ioannis Katsidimas, Vassilis Kostopoulos, Thanasis Kotzakolios, Sotiris Nikoletseas, George Sotiriadis and Ioannis Tsenempis.
Published in: International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems (DCOSS 2019), Issue 29-31 May 2019, 2019

Development of an HMI for a virtual co-driver based on data collected by intelligent road markings

Author(s): Andrea Castellano and Roberto Montanari (Re-Lab), Francesco Biral and Giammarco Valenti (University of Trento), Jan-Paul Leuteritz (Fraunhofer IAO) and Maria Gemou (CERTH/HIT).
Published in: Virtual ITS European Congress 2020, Issue 9 November 2020, 2020

Cooperative Safety Applications for C-ITS equipped and non-equipped vehicles supported by an extended Local Dynamic Map built on SAFE STRIP Technology

Author(s): Francesco Biral, Giammarco Valenti, Enrico Bertolazzi and Andrea Steccanella
Published in: International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems (DCOSS 2019), Issue 29-31 May 2019, 2019

Power efficient algorithms for wireless charging under phase shift in the vector model

Author(s): Ioannis Katsidimas, Sotiris Nikoletseas and Christoforos Raptopoulos
Published in: International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems (DCOSS 2019), Issue 29-31 May 2019, 2019

HMI to exploit the potential of Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems

Author(s): Roberto Montanari, Andrea Castellano and Elisa Landini, from RE:Lab Srl.
Published in: International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems (DCOSS 2019), Issue 29-31 May 2019, 2019

Intelligent Road Marking Systems enabling future connected mobility

Author(s): Silvia Capato, Laura Coconea, Bernhard Helmreich, Tim Kreckel, Maria Gemou
Published in: ITS World Congress Copenhagen 2018, Issue 17-21 September 2018, 2018

User – centric approach for C-ITS solution proof of concept

Author(s): Maria Gemou, Katerina Touliou, Aristotelis Spiliotis, Evangelos Bekiaris
Published in: ITS World Congress Copenhagen 2018, Issue 17-21 September 2018, 2018

Energy harvesting and smart management platform for low power IoT systems

Author(s): Gabriel Filios, Ioannis Katsidimas, Sotiris Nikoletseas and Ioannis Tsenempis
Published in: International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems (DCOSS 2019), Issue 29-31 May 2019, 2019

Validation Approach of an C-ITS infrastructure – based solution

Author(s): Andrea Steccanella, Maria Gemou
Published in: Transport Research Arena TRA 2020, Issue 27-30 April 2020, 2020

Intelligent Road Marking Systems enabling future connected mobility

Author(s): Silvia Capato, Swarco Mizar Laura Coconea, Swarco Mizar Bernhard Helmreich, M. Swarovski GmbH Tim Kreckel, SWARCO LIMBURGER LACKFABRIK Maria Gkemou, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas
Published in: ITS World Congress 2018 Conference proceedings, Issue 18 October 2018, 2018
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2540962

User – centric approach for C-ITS solution proof of concept

Author(s): Maria Gkemou, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas Katerina Touliou, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas Aristotelis Spiliotis, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas Evangelos Bekiaris, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas
Published in: ITS World Congress 2018 Conference proceedings, Issue 18 October 2018, 2018
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2540970

INSTITUTE OF SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY & TRANSPORT NETWORKS (I.MET.)

Author(s): Maria Gemou
Published in: HITE, Issue Issue 202, June – August 2017, 2017

Hardware in the Loop motorcycle simulator experiment for C-ITS applications

Author(s): Giammarco Valenti; Francesco Biral; Evangelos Bekiaris; Maria Gkemou; Katerina Touliou; Evangelia Chrysochoou; Ioannis Tsetsinas; Ioannis Gragkopoulos; Nikos Dimokas; Ioannis Symeonidis
Published in: 13th International Motorcycle Conference in Cologne, Germany, Issue 2 October 2020, 2020
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4088559

A Cooperative Intersection Support Application enabled by SAFE STRIP Technology both for C-ITS equipped, non-equipped and autonomous vehicles

Author(s): Giammarco Valenti, Davide Piscini and Francesco Biral
Published in: ITS European Congress Eindhoven 2019, Issue 3-6 June 2019, 2019

A Smart Energy Harvesting Platform for Wireless Sensor Network Applications

Author(s): Gabriel Filios, Ioannis Katsidimas, Sotiris E. Nikoletseas, Ioannis Tsenempis:
Published in: Information — Open Access Journal, Issue November 2019, 2019, ISSN 2078-2489

Needs, restrictions and priorities for the development and installation of a multifunctional C-ITS solution on existing road pavement

Author(s): Maria Gkemou, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas Aristotelis Spiliotis, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas Evangelos Bekiaris, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas
Published in: Transportation Research Procedia, Issue Volume 36, 2018, 2018, Page(s) 185-192, ISSN 2352-1465
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2539420