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Collective Awareness PlatformS for Environmentally-sound Land management based on data technoLogies and Agrobiodiversity

From 2016-01-01 to 2018-06-30, closed project | CAPSELLA Website

Project details

Total cost:

EUR 2 056 750

EU contribution:

EUR 2 056 750

Coordinated in:

Greece

Call for proposal:

H2020-ICT-2015See other projects for this call

Funding scheme:

RIA - Research and Innovation action

Objective

Deliverables

  • Report on critical agrobiodiversity data needed to support agricultural sustainability

    As a result of participatory work during the initial physical event and follow-up discussion on online platforms, shortlists of key agro-biodiversity indicators linked to various aspects of sustainability will be unravelled and included in the report

  • First Workshop evaluation report

    This document will present the main outcome of the first networking and awareness raising workshop

  • Social Media analysis report

    This deliverable will contain an analysis on which social media channels used and how useful data are extracted for specific communities

  • Demonstrator & Piloting Plan

    Documenting the plan for the development of the three demonstrators and the methodology and materials for the pilot trials.

  • Quality Plan and Self-Assessment Criteria

    This deliverable describes the quality procedures that will be followed according standards and the self-assessment criteria that will be applied for internal monitoring and self-improvement. It also includes

  • Cartography of communities and networks

    A visual map of a sample of communities and networks related to their position in the food chain, their knowledge assets and their relationships, to be published on the website, and to be constantly enriched with new networks and communities and updated

  • Dissemination, awareness raising and exploitation Plan

    This plan will include the general dissemination strategy – what to disseminate, and to whom; how to engage all actors, etc.), and a country-targeted part, taking into account different agro-biodiversity landscapes and dissemination channels. It will also present a first approach to exploitation, in relation to the expected project outcomes.

  • High-level analysis of bottom-up requirements 1

    This deliverable will report on the collected requirements from the local communities, in terms of common challenges, difficulties and limitations that should be taken into consideration during the software solution development. An updated, revised version will be delivered on M18.

  • Methodology for requirements elicitation

    This deliverable will describe the process and also provide the guidelines and material for the collection and documentation of persons and key challenges.

  • Progress report on the results of meetings with communities 1

    Key elements as resulting from feedback from the communities involved in the scenarios will be highlighted 1) at the scenario refining stage, 2) during tools development, 3) at the moment of tools validation.

  • Platform and Data Management software 1

    This software deliverable will be the deployment of the platform, the available services and the data catalogue. It is aligned with the D5.4 deliverable that reports on the status of the development activities

  • Data Management Plan & Support Pack

    This deliverable will be a report that will specify how research publications and data will be collected, processed, monitored, catalogued, and disseminated during the project lifetime. It will also include a Support Pack with guidelines for the project coordinator and the partners, explaining how they should practically apply the guidelines during their research activities, which software tools and services they should use, and how they can align the project requirements with their institutions’ standard practices and systems.

Publications

  • The Horizon 2020 CAPSELLA project: Collective Awareness PlatformS for Environmentally-sound Land management based on data technoLogies and Agrobiodiversity
    Author(s): Mariateresa Lazzaro, Paolo Bàrberi, Giovanna Calabrò, Eleni Toli, Yannis Ioannidis
    Published in: The 12th European IFSA Symposium, issue bi-annual, 2016. 

Coordinator

ATHINA-EREVNITIKO KENTRO KAINOTOMIAS STIS TECHNOLOGIES TIS PLIROFORIAS, TON EPIKOINONION KAI TIS GNOSIS
Greece

EU contribution: EUR 525 275


ARTEMIDOS 6 KAI EPIDAVROU
151 25 MAROUSSI
Greece
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Activity type: Research Organisations

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Participants

SCUOLA SUPERIORE DI STUDI UNIVERSITARI E DI PERFEZIONAMENTO SANT'ANNA
Italy

EU contribution: EUR 263 125


PIAZZA MARTIRI DELLA LIBERTA 33
56127 PISA
Italy
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Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments

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ASTON UNIVERSITY
United Kingdom

EU contribution: EUR 184 850


ASTON TRIANGLE
B4 7ET BIRMINGHAM
United Kingdom
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Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments

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AGRO-KNOW
Belgium

EU contribution: EUR 422 500


KAPELDREEF 60
3001 HEVERLEE LEUVEN
Belgium
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Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)

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RETE SEMI RURALI
Italy

EU contribution: EUR 138 750


VIA DI CASIGNANO 25
50018 SCANDICCI FI
Italy
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Activity type: Other

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Zephyr srl
Italy

EU contribution: EUR 144 750


VIA CARLO CATTANEO 106
56125 Pisa
Italy
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Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)

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We Deliver Taste s.r.o.
Czech Republic

EU contribution: EUR 218 125


Moldavská 11
10100 Praha 10
Czech Republic
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Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)

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ZUIDELIJKE LAND- EN TUINBOUWORGANISATIE VERENIGING
Netherlands

EU contribution: EUR 159 375


ONDERWIJSBOULEVARD 225
5223 DE S HERTOGENBOSCH
Netherlands
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Activity type: Other

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