The data management plan will reflect the project’s reflections on data management. (IMEC – M6 + updates).
This deliverable will contain the output of task 4.1, with a description of the user scenarios that are to be developed for the pilot activities.
Defines an evaluation plan for the pilots, including a calendar of actions, a set of research methods and techniques, and the list of metrics and indicators to be tracked.
The first version of this deliverable will capture the actions planned by the consortium to standardize, help finalize emerging standards, and contribute features that the project needs to relevant standardisation groups. Initial contributions to standards will be reported as well. The final version will report on contributions made to standards throughout the life of the project. It will update the action plan to list contributions that partners plan after the end of the project.
Based on the technical evaluation of the selected HRADIO user scenarios, this deliverable will document the 1st iteration of the HRADIO user and system requirements collected in task 2.4.
This deliverable will contain a report of the user evaluations of the HRADIO user scenarios. A result of Task 2.3. It will also document in detail the research in novel hybrid radio user scenarios (task 2.1)
The initial version of components and interface definitions of the HRADIO distributed communication and privacy platform. This will be updated in M17, implementing new features as well as changes and new requirements from the 1st pilot phase. Finally a last update in M25 will include all the developments from pilot phase 2 and will be the system used in the last pilot phase.
The manual for project collaboration will serve as a guide for all project partners ensuring work in a coherent way. This includes risk management procedures, decision procedures, document handling, reporting, reviews, quality assurance plan etc. The manual will be updated regularly during the project. (IMEC – M1 + updates)
With feedback from the 1st pilot execution phase (M16) and lessons learned during the implementation phase in the 1st half of the project, D2.4 will be updated to this deliverable and will contain the final HRADIO user and system requirements.
This deliverable will provide a report of the preparations for the second intermediate pilot activities, including user interface mock-ups, implemented user interface description and specifications, and a report on the integration between user interfaces and the technical components.
The first version of this deliverable in M2 will describe internal and external communication procedures, style guidelines and list events that project partners plan to attend during the first review period. This plan will be updated in M15 based on the then current status of the project and on feedback received. The M15 and M30 versions will also report on dissemination activities.
This deliverable will provide a report of the preparations for the final pilot activities, including user interface mock-ups, implemented user interface description and specifications, and a report on the integration between user interfaces and the technical components.
This deliverable will provide a report of the preparations for the first intermediate pilot activities, including user interface mock-ups, implemented user interface description and specifications, and a report on the integration between user interfaces and the technical components.
The 1st version of D3.1 includes a state of the art assessment of available technologies and standards in the hybrid radio field, as well as a first description of the overall system architecture, initial component and interface definitions. This deliverable will receive an update in M25 with the finalised version of the HRADIO system architecture.
The initial version of this deliverable will be the 1st implementation of the HRADIO client APIs for hybrid radio services. This version will cover the basic hybrid use cases and will form the basis of further developments. This devilverable will receive it’s 1st update in M17 with the new features, requirements and changes from the 1st pilot phase. Finally a last update in M25 will include all the developments from pilot phase 2 and will be the system used in the last pilot phase.
This deliverable will contain the developed user scenarios in task 2.2.
Definition of the HRADIO lab radio playout system. This deliverable will enable the partners to set up and operate a full featured radio playout system to conduct developments and test of HRADIO pilots under real life conditions.
This deliverable will report on the intermediate pilot evaluations activities and will give feedback to WP4 to refine the different pilot scenarios for the upcoming piloting cycles.
Reports on the planning, execution and outcomes of the pilots, including the interim evaluation results given to the development team in the iterative process of design of the platform, and the final conclusions of the piloting trajectory
Autoren: Alexander Erk (IRT)
Fabian Sattler (IRT)
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