The first version of a series of three deliverables (D3.4, D3.5, D3.6) will summarize the integration requirements as well as guidelines for both the TRUSTS Platform to interact with existing platforms, the EOSC, and for future platforms to integrate with TRUSTS.
This deliverable will provide an analysis of the legal and ethical frameworks and challenges relevant to the project in order to derive project-specific legal and ethical requirements.
This report describes our strategy to widen the community around the platform and how to attract new stakeholders during the project and beyond its life time. It includes the presentation of a set of KPIs supporting the stakeholders acquisition process.
The deliverable contains the definition and specification of the Semantic layer, its utilized taxonomies, ontologies and metadata schemas. In addition, it elaborates on how the semantic layer supports the functionality of the TRUSTS platform.
Concept for TRUSTS training programme in place to foster data (science) related skills for capacity building in Europe’s data economy.
Interim version of reports containing the detailed analysis of the requirements for a commercial financial and operators’ industry vertical data marketplace platform and the use cases definition including the target KPIs that would set the benchmarking for the actual measurements.
This document describes the strategy of the consortium to transform the platform into a sustainable ecosystem and the TRUSTS business plan (business target, services, pricing, costs, remuneration of partners, etc.).
This deliverable will revisit and update the communication plan and strategy, and establish impact measurement instruments and strategies. It will also comprise a solid design guide depicting the branding and visual language the project will use. In line with this, the main PR materials are produced and the first iteration of the main project website and social media channels is established.
Report describing the designed business model to sustain TRUSTS after the project end. It will focus on the taxonomy for data marketplace business models.
The deliverable contains the implementation and testing plan for the pilots, updated at the end of each demonstration phase period.
First version of the periodically updated report on the TRUSTS platform specification that is based on the results communicated in D2.1 and D2.2 and D2.3. The document describes the architectural decisions taken and their rationale. Furthermore, D2.6 will in addition report on the application of the testing and benchmarking framework provided by T2.3.
The second and updated version of D3.1 consists of documents that provide an overview on the services of the infrastructure and guidelines how to use it in the TRUSTS context. The infrastructure will be continuously improved with updated report in M12.
The first version of this deliverable consists of documents that provide an overview on the services of the infrastructure and guidelines how to use it in the TRUSTS context. This version will be available in M3 so that development can use the most crucial services as soon as possible. The infrastructure will be continuously improved with updated report in M12.
First version of the two reports defining the methodologies for the technological and business validation of the TRUSTS platform within and across each vertical use case. They also include the definition of test reports format and benchmarking for the validation of the KPIs.
Report on the project’s progress, targeting the general public. The report will focus on the impact of the conducted work
The annual dissemination report collects, analyses and reviews the dissemination activities undertaken by the consortium and gives feedback to the consortium partners to coordinate and structure the dissemination of the project as a whole.
The plan will incorporate details on the quality assurance processes adopted within TRUSTS. It will define all processes and instruments to be used for the regular quality monitoring and risk assessment in the form of a handbook.
Report containing the detailed analysis of the EU & worldwide data (market) economy (regulatory framework, trends, growth rates, best practises et al) especially in financial and operator industries where the growth requires the establishment of data marketplaces as catalysts as well as the respective regulatory and standardization state of the art and trends.
This deliverable will provide all information regarding the compliance of the project research activities with research ethics and, in particular, with the H2020 Programme Ethics Guidance.
Continuous interactions with all work packages and tasks. Regular checkpoints, coordinated with project management.
This deliverable constitutes demonstrator systems that show practical application of the developed algorithms with production data. It identifies suitable recommendation use cases and applicable algorithms and datasets to support them, as well as a proof-of concept demonstrator.
This deliverable reconsiders the website in light of the research undertaken in WP 2-6 as well as the realization of the use cases. Materials (posters, leaflets, etc.) are produced based on the insights developed. The Website will host also the ongoing collection of stakeholder analysis.
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