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NAIADES Security Mechanisms & Blockchain Component- Mid-term

D7.6 reports on NAIADES security mechanisms and blockchain technology developed under T7.4, to ensure data integrity, data traceability and secure access to NAIADES eco system.

Predictive AI analytics for consumer confidence

D5.7 reports on the NAIADES integrated framework for predicting user comfort and confidence level, developed under T5.4.

Predictive AI analytics for the quality of the water - Mid-term

D5.9 reports on the NAIADES integrated framework for predicting quality of water, developed under T5.5.

NAIADES Data Fusion Middleware - Mid-Term

A detailed report on the data fusion layer. . D3.6 reports on the outcomes of T3.3.

NAIADES Communication Plan and Communication Activities Report - Mid-term

The communication plan for the whole duration of the project, mid-term version will be available at M18. Further to this a communication activities mid-term report will also be available at M18. D9.1 reports on the activities under T9.1.

NAIADES Data Collection & Ethical Plan

This deliverable will describe the data collection plan, ethical assurance principles and procedures and legal requirements that the NAIADES partners will have to comply with during the execution of the project. D1.4 is also concerned with ethical requirements for research carried out on a non-EU country, in terms of existing legislation of the non-EU country of interest, compliant with existing EC legislation. D1.4 reports progress on T1.4.

Ethical HelpDesk Reports - Mid-term

D1.5 reports on the NAIADES ethics review helpdesk needed to assist NAIADES partners to meet the EC legislation and ethical standards and provide detailed information as soon as ethics issues emerge. D1.5 is provided under T1.4.

NAIADES Architecture – Mid-term

This deliverable summarizes results of T2.4, T2.5 and T2.6. The document presents the final architecture, data flows, and interfaces.

Water Management landscape analysis

This report provides a holistic overview of the public and private stakeholders involved in the water management process and analyses the role and use of smart water management in their general practices. It also examines the existing practical and technical initiatives taken by the stakeholders in the field of smart water management in order to target SDG 6, 9, 11. D2.2 will report on the findings of T2.1.

Project Handbook

Overall administration, reporting, project management, quality and coordination procedures. D1.1 identifies the procedures, as those are described in T1.1, with the goal to develop a clear approach to supporting the partners throughout the development of the NAIADES project.

non-ICT Public Awareness and Behavioural Change Interventions – mid- term

D6.4 provides a broader understanding of the interaction between different non-ICT and ICT-interventions and their combined impact on consumer behaviour and specific insights on the combination of interventions and the impact on water consumers in the project pilot cases. D6.4 reports the work under T6.4 and T6.5.

User Profile & Personalised nudging engine mid-term

D6.2 reports on the uniform interpretation of user models in order to support personalised recommendation techniques in terms of water consumption/ usage, developed under T6.2 and T6.3, respectively. D6.2 will also report on the personalized mobile App recommendation, developed under T6.4.

Architecture of the NAIADES Marketplace - Mid-term

D7.4 reports on the design and development of NAIADES cloud infrastructure. D7.4 reports on the work done under T7.3.

NAIADES Water demand prediction toolkit – Mid-term

D5.5 reports on the water demand prediction models developed under T5.3.

Report on NAIADES Urban Water models - Mid-term

D4.1 is focused on the production of Urban Water Models and Model Uncertainty Estimation using ML. D4.1 reports on the findings and models produced under T4.1.

Catalogue of water monitoring solutions and design of water monitoring sensor platform

A detailed report on catalogued monitoring solutions and technologies and on the design of the water monitoring sensor platform will be released at M6. D3.3 reports on the outcomes of T3.2.

Plan for exploitation and dissemination of results – PEDR - Mid-term

A periodic report of the PDER of NAIADES partners. PEDR mid-term version will be available at M18. D9.4 reports on the activities under T9.2.

AI empowered critical water consumption monitoring toolkit – Mid-term

D4.7 reports on the analytical framework produced under T4.4. to interpret and visualize water consumption states.

NAIADES Dissemination Activities Report – Mid-term

A dissemination activities report will be available, along with policy brief (at M18. D9.6 reports on the activities under T9.2

Smart Water Services Digest and Trend Analysis

Detailed report, including market analysis in respect with future smart water services. D2.1 will report on the findings of T2.1.

NAIADES Communication Platform – WMS - Mid-term

A detailed report on the NAIADES cloud-based monitoring and control platform prototype implementing a robust and flexible communication among different systems. D3.12 reports on the outcomes of T3.5.

NAIADES AI-Water Quality Monitoring & Dynamical Water Treatment & DSS– Mid-term

D4.9 will report on the development of an IoT and ML-based Water Quality Monitoring System, as well as on the design and development of a dynamic model for data-driven water treatment (DSS) system. D4.9 will draft the outcomes of T4.5.

Project website

The project website will include non-confidential information about the project and a private area for partners’ communication and file archiving. D9.3 reports on the activities under T9.1.

Gap Analysis of the Existing SDG and EU Framework for Smart Water Management

This report presents an in-depth analysis of the existing SDGs target vis-à-vis this project. It also examines the relevance of Smart Water Management initiatives in the existing EU water management regulations. Finally, it offers a clear methodology for SDG compliance, which can be used by private and public stakeholders in the field of smart water management wishing to align their practices with the SDGs. D2.3 reports on the findings of T2.2.

Recommendations for Data Policy

D1.8 is meant to reflect the status on the data policy and is intended to provide information on aspects such as IPR, licenses, and other legal issues related to access and use of NAIADES data and produced technologies. D1.8 reports on the activities performed partly under T1.5.

Consumer Awareness and Behavioural Change Support Framework for Water Consumption and Usage Savings

D6.1 provides an overview of existing approaches that implement public awareness and behavioural change techniques, in the pursuit of sustainable water consumption actions. D6.1 reports the work under T6.1.

Plan of potential synergies between the other projects of the SC05-11-2018 portfolio

This deliverable will identify and plan potential synergies between the other projects of the SC05-11-2018 portfolio. Opportunities for synergies will be identified either in terms of a common scope of work or in terms of complementarities. Opportunities due to a common scope of work will seek to deliver the impact foreseen in the DoA in a coordinated way between projects. Opportunities due to complementarities might go beyond to create additional impact not foreseen initially in the DoA A plan for the synergies will be included in the report. D9.14 reports on the activities under T9.2.

Assessment of Policies on Water Distribution Management

This report presents a detailed assessment of current water distribution management policies and examines the potential of smart water services technologies in strengthening these policies. D2.4 summarizes on the outcomes of T2.3.

Data Management Plan

It shall be focused on the different data to be gathered. In particular, it shall cover topics like: (1) information about the data and data format, (2) metadata content and format, (3) policies for access, sharing and re-use, as well as (4) long-term storage and data management. D1.7 concerns T1.5.

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Spatial Operators for Complex Event Processing

Author(s): Julian Bruns, Florian Micklich, Johannes Kutterer, Andreas Abecker, Philipp Zehnder
Published in: GI_Forum, 1 journal refereed, 2020, Page(s) 107-123, ISSN 2308-1708
Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press
DOI: 10.1553/giscience2020_02_s107