This deliverable describes the design of the EW-Shopp public website and its first static version.
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The Data Management Plan (DMP) reports on the data that EW-Shopp project will use and generate during its life, from the set up of the EW-Shopp Platform to the business exploitation of its services.
This deliverable outlines the Exploitation and Dissemination Strategy which EW-Shopp and all partners will adopt as well the Communication plan.
In this deliverable we focus on semantic interoperability requirements for facilitating access to and integration of data within the project. These requirements cover data formats, vocabularies and shared systems of identifiers useful in data modelling to facilitate data enrichment tasks, as well as data manipulation functionalities needed to support them. In addition, we dedicate a special attention to standard formats, vocabularies and systems of identifiers, because they can improve interoperability between the EW-Shopp platform and third party systems and foster the appeal of the technology developed within the project to a large user base.
In this deliverable we provide the specification for the event, weather and multilingual data services. These services supply contextual information to the business data provided by the project business partners as well as the cross-lingual linking of datasets in different languages. The requirements for
the services based on business needs are presented and the APIs addressing them are outlined.
In this deliverable we specify the format selected to publish or use spatial, temporal and product data in the project. In particular, the linked data paradigm and RDF as data model have been
selected for managing spatial and product data. ISO8601 has been selected as format for
representing time. The deliverable is based on requirements collected in [D1.1], which also discusses
the state of the art in publication of spatial, temporal and product data. Choices explained in this
deliverable descend from requirements and remarks on state of the art discussed in [D1.1]
This deliverable is intended to be the first step towards the construction of the EW-Shopp ecosystem, a platform that seeks to significantly reduce integration time and to improve the quality of analytics
by providing cutting-edge tools and access to data as a service, with particular reference to weather and event information.
This deliverable provides a detailed description of the first prototype of the EW-Shopp platform by demonstrating how the compounding tools and services are integrated to work together to achieve the goals of the project.
This deliverable describes the current implementation of the transformation, linking and analytics services in the EW-Shopp platform. Each set of services is described with an emphasis on their set up and use. The services’ APIs for deployment and operations are specified and examples are provided.
This deliverable describes the event, weather \and multilingual data services of the EW-Shopp project. These services supply contextual information to the business data provided by the project business partners as well as the cross-lingual linking of datasets in different languages.
This deliverable updates the Exploitation and Dissemination Strategy which EW-Shopp and all partners are adopting during the length of the project as well the Communication plan they are following.
In this deliverable an evaluation for the EW-Shopp set of tools at month 24 of the project is carried
out. This release will be followed by a final evaluation at month 36.
This deliverable describes the current implementation of the visualization and navigation, as well as the data quality assessment services in the EW-Shopp toolkit.
This deliverable evaluates the performance of the data services in the EW-Shopp toolkit (formerly
referred to as platform). It presents the work done by four technical partners: ENG, JSI, SINTEF and
UNIMIB and how it is used in the already developed pilots.
This deliverable releases the final implementation of the EW-Shopp toolkit after the latest changes in the second part of the project. The toolkit consists of a set of loosely-coupled components that enable end-to-end data preparation and enrichment, analytics and visualization.
This document complements the description of the individual toolkit components with the description of support services required to orchestrate the components and the methodology to set up a successful data pipeline at scale. It also focuses on describing the interactions between the tools and provides usage examples in practical scenarios.
This is the accompanying report for deliverable D3.5 EW-Shopp components as a service: final
release. It provides information about all of the main EW-Shopp components, which have been
released as part of an integrated yet modular toolkit.
This deliverable is the final report on the communication and dissemination strategy developed in EW-Shopp and followed by the partners throughout the project. this report presents the planned strategy, the adopted methodology and the actions carried out for achieving our objectives as well as maximising project impact, interaction and engagement with end users, potential customers, the public and society in general. The document also highlights the main KPIs defined to evaluate the success of dissemination and exploitation activities, with focus on Period 2.
This deliverable explains the Project Quality Plan (PQP) for the H2020 - ICT-2016-1 Innovation Action EW-Shopp
This deliverable illustrates business modeling, potential and monetization plans for the Business Case developed within EW-Shopp project together with pilot definitions and descriptions.
In this deliverable we release five pilots as proof-of-concepts of the services developed within the EW-Shopp business cases(BCs). Pilots are intended to provide early demos of business services,which consists in either operational services deployed on partners’ premises, or reporting services developed to support decision making.
In this deliverable, we release the five data-driven business services that have been developed during the EW-Shopp project. All the services are built by applying analytical methods on top of corporate data, i.e., data owned by business partners, enriched with data about weather and/or other kinds of events. Each service has been developed by using one or more components of the EW-Shopp toolkit.
This deliverable describes the evolution of products and services from the first review to the final
implementation of the EW-Shopp Business cases.
This deliverable represents the exploitation and monetization framework for the components of the EW-Shopp toolkit, also referred to as tools, and for the businesses services that have been developed during the EW-Shopp project.