Document / search engine: Forestry Pilot Definition
Framework project: Data-driven bioeconomy
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Website link: https://www.databio.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/DataBio_D2.1-Forestry-Pilot-Definition_v1.0_2017-06-30_VTT.pdf
CORDIS link if relevant: https://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/documents/downloadPublic?documentIds=080166e5b36c0356&appId=PPGMS
The objective of WP2 Forestry Pilot is to demonstrate through real-life applications how Big Data can boost the forestry sector. The three main pilots, carried out in four countries, are built around practical cases from forestry. Task 2.1 Co-innovative preparations specify the needs of users and other stakeholders. Its main objective is to come up with requirements by analysing each pilot case. A user and stakeholder study is produced to specify the most beneficial areas of interest from different points of view. Alternative solution technologies are reviewed together with pilot stakeholders and users. Based on this, a set of scenarios are constructed for the forestry sector. Functional requirements are defined from the scenarios and used as input for the case specification, development, and piloting. Subtasks concerning scenarios and use cases are organized iteratively around working cycles. The results are the pilot case definitions including requirements specifications, implementation, and evaluation plans.
The organizations that were planned to participate in this task, and their respective planned work effort in person-months, are VTT (6), SPACEBEL (2), METSAK (4), IBM (2), MHGS (6), Fraunhofer (4), Tragsa (6), FMI (2) CSEM (2), OGCE (6) and e-geos (6). The deliverable D2.1 Forestry Pilot Definition specifies the pilot case definitions, requirement specifications, as well as implementation and evaluation plans.
Countries/regions described/represented: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, UK