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Optimodal European Travel Ecosystem

From 2015-05-01 to 2017-10-31, closed project | EuTravel Website

Project details

Total cost:

EUR 3 873 992,50

EU contribution:

EUR 3 873 992,50

Coordinated in:

United Kingdom

Call for proposal:

H2020-MG-2014_TwoStagesSee other projects for this call

Funding scheme:

RIA - Research and Innovation action

Objective

Deliverables

  • Modelling and Experiment plans - Scenarios and Use Cases

    D3.1 Provides a case specific AS-IS and TO-BE analysis with a description of the scenarios in this Living Lab, a measurement strategy based on set KPIs and a monitoring mechanism. This deliverable focuses on the qualitative and quantitative analysis of various aspects of the multimodal travelling today, before and after the introduction of the unified approach of EuTravel. Common cases of multimodal travel are examined (‘happy day’ scenarios, changes to travel plans due to weather/natural disasters etc., IT systems failures). The Living Lab dashboard is documented here: design decisions, features, technical implementation and technologies used. Each scenario will consist of a number of services. Based on descriptions of the services, use cases for each of the services will be specified together with functions of the services. The functions will be further analysed in order to identify functional and non‐functional requirements facilitating measurement.

  • Living Lab Setup

    This deliverable examines the design, development, deployment and results of the test-bench environment that will allow the thorough, measurable, and objective evaluation of the EuTravel’s innovative approach. It will include: • The deployment of a testing environment that allow users’ evaluation of functional and non- functional aspects of the EuTravel services. • Automated interfacing capabilities exposed for testing with existing IT systems of transport service providers, transport infrastructure providers, and Authorities. • Metrics and reports for consolidating the outcomes of the testing process.

  • EuTravel Value Added Services

    D2.4. Specification and prototyping of online tools that allow Ecosystem participants to semantically annotate and inter-link their data and services allowing them to be searchable and interoperable in the Ecosystem.

  • Technology Knowledge Base and Observatory

    D1.3 Technology Knowledge Base and Observatory [NCSRD, M12] D1.3 Identifies leading edge technologies, ITS developments and success stories across Europe that will be consolidated in the initial project knowledge leading to the selection of technologies to be used and to be monitored. Inventory, structuring and publishing via the web portal of relevant information in a useful way, transforming information into knowledge. Lessons learned from the living labs will be added. The Observatory will be part of the outputs to form part of the EuTravel Sustainability plan.

  • Policy, Legal and Standardization Requirements Analysis Report

    D1.2 Policy, Legal and Standardization Requirements Analysis Report [HD, M5] D1.2 Identifies policy and legal influence factors relevant standards and standardisation activities, gaps to be addressed by the project and follow up strategy.

  • EuTravel Stakeholder Requirements Specification

    D1.1 EuTravel Stakeholder Requirements Specification [BMT, M5] D1.1 will provide a stakeholder needs analysis for Optimodal travel from the perspectives of travel users, transport service providers in all modes, transport infrastructure providers, travel service providers and authorities linked to research focus areas and associated KPIs and will layout the development roadmap for the project.

  • Technology Ecosystem Architecture

    D2.1 Architectural model of the Ecosystem and APIs architecture including a meta-API allowing the Ecosystem participants (content providers), to interact by publishing their service descriptions in industry standard or proprietary formats. Defines the framework interoperability semantics, semantic translation, mediation and conversion services that will facilitate intermodal travelling.

  • Living Lab operation learning refinements and reporting

    D3.3 specifies concrete quantified measurements (indicators) which have been taken at the beginning and at the end of the scenario (T3.1) as well as specific conclusions and recommendations. This deliverable focuses on the impact of the EuTravel’s innovative approach, from the perspective of the end users (travellers), the ecosystem participants, and other stakeholders (authorities, technical staff). It is meaningful to examine how the approach that EuTravel suggests propagates to the growth of the multimodal travelling domain for the key player businesses. Also, this deliverable will report outputs from Plan – Do – Check - Act cycles. Conclusions will include promising ideas for further research or innovation, and limitations (technological, political, or commercial) that could affect the effectiveness of the EuTravel’s unified Optimodal travelling concept.

  • Communications Programme

    D4.4. consists of the following parts, each of which will be lead by another partner. D4.4a Project Website and Dissemination Materials (EBOS) First website version will be set-up on M2 and will be continuously updated by the end of the project. Material will be produced and published throughout the duration of the project. D.4.4 b Dissemination Strategy, Communication Plan and Evaluation Report (ILS). Will include all components of the dissemination strategy, communication activities calendar and reports, and evaluation/amendment reports. This report will include the description of clustering and liaising actions with other relevant RDI projects. D.4.4.c Data Management Plan (BMT).

  • Ecosystem Specification and Prototype Implementation

    D2.2 Produces models/blueprints and proof of concept prototypes of travel services and data published on the Ecosystem, supporting realistic operational conditions of intermodal travelling per stakeholder role and per business function in order to demonstrate the search, discovery, interoperability and composability of travel services within the ecosystem (implementation to be tested in the living lab).

  • One-stop, cross-device multilingual interface

    D2.3 Specification and prototyping of the one-stop, cross-device multilingual navigation interface that will be used in the living lab by travel consumers.

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INLECOM SYSTEMS LTD
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IVZW EUROLINES ORGANISATION
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CLMS (UK) LIMITED
United Kingdom

EU contribution: EUR 405 154,65


UNIVERSITY WAY KNOWLEDGE DOCK BUSINESS CENTRE 4
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TRAVELPORT GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM BV
Netherlands

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AMADEUS IT GROUP SA
Spain

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Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya
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EBOS TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED
Cyprus

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B.A.I. BRETAGNE ANGLETERRE IRLANDE SA
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UNIVERSITAET INNSBRUCK
Austria

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PHAROS DATA LIMITED
United Kingdom

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BMT GROUP LTD
United Kingdom

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VLTN GCV
Belgium

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BUSINESS-E SPA
Italy

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SILVERRAIL TECHNOLOGIES UK LIMITED
United Kingdom

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HILL DICKINSON LLP
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TRENITALIA SPA
Italy

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"NATIONAL CENTER FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ""DEMOKRITOS"""
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