The consortium has agreed on a 36-months work plan for the successful analysis, research, design, deployment, operation, validation and performance evaluation of the CYRENE results. The CYRENE Work Plan is divided in 7 Work Packages, which will be implemented in 4 phases.
- Requirements, reflected in WP2
- Analysis and Specifications, corresponding to WP3, WP4
- Development, Implementation, integration and testing, which will be comprised in WP5
- Pilot activities, evaluation and assessment, reflected in WP6 and focusing on the actual pilot operation of the CYRENE system at all sites and for an adequate time interval allowing for the proper subsequent evaluation of the main outcomes.
For the development and the evaluation of the overall project, CYRENE takes a two-phase incremental approach as follows:
A first version of the system will be ready at the end of the second year. The design and implementation technology developments will be evaluated, and appropriate adjustments will be made leading to the second version.
The improved realization of the complete and optimized final CYRENE system will be evaluated by the end of the project by both internal and external stakeholders through an open-call and a set of workshops that will be organized for this purpose.
Two more Work Packages for the better coordination of the project and the dissemination, communication and exploitation of its activities are also defined. The sum of the WPs and their interconnections are reflected in the picture below.
Project Coordinator: Sofoklis Efremidis
Institution: Maggioli SPA
Duration: 36 months
Participating organisations: 14
Number of countries: 10
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