D1.1 Six monthly activity progress report
This report provides a complete administrative and technical overview of the GEEWHEZ
project. The analysis of these six months starts with the major achievements approached
until M6 compared with the ones foreseen in the same period, the effort spent by
each partner to produce the obtained results, the risks faced and how they have
After a general description of the project the report moves inside each project
WP detailing the work, the achievements and the eventually deviations from the scheduled
The report underlines that the project presents a little delay in the development
aspects due to several reasons, starting from financial issues producing a budget
reallocation and change of solutions ownership, until new partner inclusion due
to certification requests.
All these problems have been solved at the end of month 6 (March 2012) and, albeit
on delay, all the results approached so far and the contingency plans, presented
to recover the delay accumulated, are consistently to recover the time lost without
asking for a new project amendment.
D1.2 Consortium Agreement
D2.1 Considered Scenarios
This deliverable is the first GEEWHEZ report in charge of the definition of the
use cases related to the Surveillance system and to the Water monitoring system.
The deliverable has been produced in task T2.1 and will be update during the life
of the project with the details belonging to the other applications, ERP and Leisure
Starting from this report the RTDPs will provide the basis for the definition of
the requirements (WP2) and for the design of the future GEEWHEZ applications (WP5).
D2.2 Analysis of scenarios and extraction of functional and non-functional requirements
This deliverable is a consecution of D.2.1 Considered Scenarios. More specifically,
in this deliverable (D.2.2. Analysis of scenarios and extraction of functional and
non - functional requirements) both functional and not functional requirements are
analyzed. Therefore, the requirements of the software applications, as well as the
equipment needed for the surveillance and water monitoring adds-on are been determined
in this deliverable. Thus, D.2.2 will pave the way to the GEEWHEZ development process
identifying the aforementioned requirements.
D2.3 Market analysis
This deliverable is a report on the work done under task 2.4 of Work Package 2.
The purpose of this document is to investigate and analyse who are the GEEWHEZ system
stakeholders, what are the market niches that GEEWHEZ could lead/drive and how GEEWHEZ
solution could be presented in these markets.
The existing management tools are described and analysed in respect of the GEEWHEZ
- Water Monitoring
- Video Surveillance
In this report we want to underline how these systems currently works and how they
could be improved using GEEWHEZ. The main idea in the market
D3.1 System architecture specification
This deliverable reports the overview of the first version of the system architecture
for user applications in the first iteration: Surveillance System and the Water
Thanks to the outcomes of the deliverables D.2.1 “Considered Scenarios” and D.2.2
“Analysis of scenarios and extraction of functional and non - functional requirements”,
this deliverable reports the system architecture and first definition of interface
specification between the two add-ons and the middleware, describing the communication
mechanism that needs to be developed and adapted.
The definition and the design of the data structure that will pass to/from the middleware
from/to the user applications is also addressed and specified in this deliverable.
This deliverable will pave the way in the definition of the final architecture and
in the design and development of the middleware, assuring a coherent and reliable
interface between developed add-ons and the middleware.
This deliverable captures the GEEWHEZ project Test Plan intended to describe the
scope, approach, resources, and schedule of the testing activities. The document
also identifies the test plan deliverables, the participants responsible for implementing
each task, and the risks associated with the plan.
This document (D6.1 delivered at month 4 of the project) is intended to serve as
a framework document for the consideration of these issues. During the development
of the testing activities it shall be used in conjunction with the followings:
- Considered scenarios
- Analysis of scenarios and extraction of functional
and non-functional requirements
- System Architecture Specification
D7.1 Interim plan for the use and dissemination of the knowledge
This deliverable summarizes the dissemination strategy that is planned for GEEWHEZ.
The key target groups for the dissemination are twofold: members of the Consortium
and potential users such as managers at Thematic Parks, Zoos and Aquaria. To reach
the awareness of the project, dissemination will be supported by communication materials
such as a web site, leaflets, power point presentations, posters, a number of videos
and press release to media and conferences. A graphical identity was also created
with logo and templates for text documents and presentations. In addition, members
will participate at meetings and conferences that will also allow the dissemination
of GEEWHEZ platform.
Additionally, this report provides information about the dissemination activities
that have been conducted during the first nine months (up to June 2012) and an estimation
of activities that will be performed in the next 6 months.
Keywords. Report, Research, Dissemination. Exploitation.
D7.2 Web site
This Deliverable represents the starting point of the dissemination activities that
will be arranged during the project life time. The GEEWHEZ web site is running from
the 28th of December.
This document as to be considered ONLY as a notification of the realisation of the
first version of the GEEWHEZ web site; as indicated in the proposal the web site
will be update each 3 months with documents and activities concerning the advancement
of GEEWHEZ project.