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Advanced Big Data Value Chain for Public Safety and Personal Security

Deliverables

Plan for Dissemination, Communication and Stakeholder Engagement

This deliverable is related to the provision of a detailed plan for all dissemination, standardisation and communication activities that will be scheduled for the 1st reporting period of the project. The lead beneficiary is HYPERTECH.

Technical and User Requirements and Architecture v1.00

The deliverable will include the preliminary version of the technical and user requirements and will also deliver the will provide the architecture diagrams and all design documents regarding the platform. The lead beneficiary is UBITECH.

Dissemination, Communication, Stakeholder Engagement and Data Management Handling Report – Final Version

This deliverable aims to provide the final report on all dissemination, communication, standardisation and stakeholder engagement activities performed during the last reporting period of the project; the report of the AEGIS hackathon will also be included. In addition, this deliverable will provide a detailed report about which data have been collected and generated during the project and describe how it will be shared and opened after the project’s completion. The lead beneficiary is KONKAT.

Final AEGIS Methodology

The deliverable will include input from all the tasks during the first year to generate an updated version of the AEGIS methodology and value chain definition, updating also the Data Policy framework. The lead beneficiary is NTUA.

Demonstrators Evaluation and Feedback–v2

Documentation of the pilots operation and execution consolidating the input of Tasks 5.3-5.6. This report will evaluate v2.00 of the platform. The lead beneficiary is UBITECH.

Demonstrators Evaluation and Feedback–v1

Documentation of the pilots operation and execution consolidating the input of Tasks 5.3-5.6. This report will evaluate v1.00 of the platform. The lead beneficiary is UBITECH.

Semantic Representations and Data Policy and Business Mediator Conventions

The deliverable will provide the semantic representations and linked data vocabularies necessary for describing the data, as well as the main methods and data schemas for the Data Policy and Business Mediator Frameworks. The lead beneficiary is GFT.

Demonstrators and Project Evaluation Framework

Documentation of the evaluation framework and validation methodology, defining the various practices for recording feedback from the demonstration activities and including a set of test-cases to be executed by the demonstrator partners. The lead beneficiary is VIF.

AEGIS Data Value Chain Bus Definition and Data Analysis Methods

the deliverable will describe the operations of the Data Value Chain Bus and will include the algorithms to be used for harmonisation, knowledge extraction, business intelligence and usage analytics services. The lead beneficiary is Fraunhofer.

Demonstrators Evaluation and Feedback–v3

Documentation of the pilots operation and execution consolidating the input of Tasks 5.3-5.6. This report will evaluate v3.00 of the platform. The lead beneficiary is UBITECH.

Dissemination, Communication and Stakeholder Engagement Report and Plan – Interim Version

This deliverable is related to the provision of a detailed plan for all dissemination, standardisation and communication activities that will be scheduled for the 2nd reporting period of the project, while it will also report on all activities performed during the 1st reporting period of the project. The lead beneficiary is HYPERTECH.

Update on Semantic Representation and Data handling and Analytics Methods

This deliverable will report the final version of the vocabularies, metadata repository, harmonisation, knowledge extraction, business intelligence and usage analytics services, based on the feedback received by the project’s end users. The lead beneficiary is GFT.

The AEGIS Methodology and High Level Usage Scenarios

This deliverable is related to the activities to be performed under Task 1.4 and 1.5 and will report on the AEGIS integrated methodology, showing how components and concepts interrelate and displaying high level usage scenarios of the concept. Moreover, this report will include a legal evaluation and assessment of the AEGIS technologies as well as the integrated systems, assessing to what extent the legal requirements have been taken into account. For this purpose, the consortium will collaborate with the subcontracted Ethics Advisory Board. In general, D1.2 will provide input to the use cases, the architecture and specification task. The lead beneficiary is NTUA.

Final Evaluation, Impact Assessment and Adoption Guidelines

Documentation and lessons learnt from the AEGIS project, constituting methodological adoption guidelines for the utilisation of the platform. The lead beneficiary is UBITECH.

Domain Landscape Review and Data Value Chain Definition

The deliverable will include a state-of-play analysis of the big data landscape in terms of components, tools and methodologies, identifying the most prominent ones for inclusion in AEGIS, while stakeholder needs will be also identified. Last but not least, the AEGIS data value chain will be presented, alongside with a large set of information/data sources that will be exploited during the project. The lead beneficiary is KTH.

Data Management Handling Plan

This deliverable is related to the detailed plan about which data will be collected and generated during the project and how it will be shared and opened. This information is essential to decide the best sustainability model for project results and disseminate according to this plan the open data provided by the project. The deliverable will be updated at end of the project. The lead beneficiary is HYPERTECH.

AEGIS Components, Microservices and APIs Design v1.00

the deliverable will define and design all the components that will compose the AEGIS platform, the different microservices to drive the Value chain bus while it will also define and describe the API interfaces that will be implemented. The lead beneficiary is NTUA.

Architecture and Revised Components, Microservices and APIs Designs – v4.00

The deliverable will include all necessary updates on the platform and components’ architecture, as well as the APIs interfaces, based on the feedback received by the project’s demonstrators. The lead beneficiary is UBITECH.

Architecture and Revised Components, Microservices and APIs Designs – v3.00

The deliverable will include updates on the platform and components’ architecture, as well as the APIs interfaces, based on the feedback received by the project’s demonstrators. The lead beneficiary is UBITECH.

Architecture and Revised Components, Microservices and APIs Designs - v2.00

The deliverable will include updates on the platform and components’ architecture, as well as the APIs interfaces, based on the feedback received by the project’s demonstrators. The lead beneficiary is UBITECH.

Project Website and Web 2.0 Channels

This deliverable is related to the provision of the Website of the project and will set up all needed Web 2.0 and social channels that will be used during the project for communication. The lead beneficiary is SUITE5.

AEGIS Platform - Release 4.00

This deliverable will consist of a software package of a core platform and its APIs with corresponding supporting documentation on the deployment of each component and usage of the APIs. The lead beneficiary is GFT.

AEGIS Platform - Release 3.00

This deliverable will consist of a software package of a core platform and its APIs with corresponding supporting documentation on the deployment of each component and usage of the APIs. The lead beneficiary is GFT.

AEGIS Platform - Release 2.00

This deliverable will consist of a software package of a core platform and its APIs with corresponding supporting documentation on the deployment of each component and usage of the APIs. This deliverable includes a partially functional high fidelity software prototype for all roles of users of the MVP connected to a deployed version of platform. The initial interface includes the basic UI/UX for the users of the platform. The lead beneficiary is GFT.

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Publications

Modelling driver styles based on driving data

Author(s): Peter Mörtl, Andreas Festl, Peter Wimmer, Christian Kaiser, & Alexander Stocker
Published in: Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter 2017 Annual Conference, Issue 2017, 2017

Quantified Cars: An exploration of the position of ICT start-ups vs. car manufacturers towards digital car services and sustainable business models

Author(s): Christian Kaiser, Alexander Stocker, Gianluigi Viscusi, Andreas Festl, Peter Moertl, Michael Glitzner
Published in: 2nd International Conference on New Business Models (NBM2017), Issue 2017, 2017

Big data analytics in public safety and personal security: Challenges and potential

Author(s): Evmorfia Biliri, Panagiotis Kokkinakos, Ariadni Michailitsi, Dimitris Papaspyros, John Tsapelas, Spiros Mouzakitis, Sotiris Koussouris, Yury Glickman, Fabian Kirstein
Published in: 2017 International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation (ICE/ITMC), 2017, Page(s) 1382-1386
DOI: 10.1109/ICE.2017.8280043

A Research Agenda for Vehicle Information Systems

Author(s): Christian Kaiser, Alexander Stocker, Andreas Festl, Gernot Lechner, Michael Fellman
Published in: European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) 2018, Issue 2018, 2018

ePipe: Near Real-Time Polyglot Persistence of HopsFS Metadata

Author(s): Ronstrom Mikael, Haridi Seif, Dowling Jim
Published in: 2019, Page(s) 92-101
DOI: 10.1109/ccgrid.2019.00020

Scalable Block Reporting for HopsFS

Author(s): Mahmoud Ismail, August Bonds, Salman Niazi, Seif Haridi, Jim Dowling
Published in: 2019

Understanding Data-driven Service Ecosystems in the Automotive Domain

Author(s): Kaiser Christian, Stocker Alexander, Fellmann, Michael
Published in: 2019

The Vehicle Data Value Chain as a Lightweight Model to Describe Digital Vehicle Services

Author(s): Kaiser Christian, Festl Andreas, Lechner Gernot, Fellmann Michael, Stocker Alexander
Published in: 2018

A Research Agenda for Vehicle Information Systems

Author(s): Kaiser Christian, Stocker Alexander, Festl Andreas, Lechner Gernot, Fellmann Michael
Published in: 2018

Personalised Monitoring and Recommendation Services for At-Risk Individuals Employing Machine-Learning and Decision Support

Author(s): Perakis Konstantinos, Pitsios Stamatis, Miltiadou Dimitrios, Sotiris Kousouris, George Bikas
Published in: 2019

Exploiting vehicle usage data for data-driven services

Author(s): Alexander Stocker, Christian Kaiser, Peter Moertl
Published in: Virtual Vehicle Magazine Nr. 24, 2017

Digital Vehicle Ecosystems and New Business Models: An Overview of Digitalization Perspectives

Author(s): Christian kaiser, Alexander Stocker, Gianluigi Viscusi
Published in: Platform Economy & Business Models workshop, 2017

Quantified Vehicles

Author(s): Alexander Stocker, Christian Kaiser, Michael Fellmann
Published in: Business & Information Systems Engineering, Issue 59/2, 2017, Page(s) 125-130, ISSN 2363-7005
DOI: 10.1007/s12599-017-0465-5