Deliverables

This page presents the deliverables of the project that have been delivered. Some of them are internal documents that are not made public. They are ordered by tasks, as identified in the project proposal, and ordered chronologically by delivery date within a task.

Task 1: Management and coordination

D1.4.1 – First follow up report at Month 3 (restricted access)
This report presents the activities of the consortium at the time of the first plenary meeting in June 2015.
D1.4.2 – Second follow up report at Month 7 (restricted access)
This report presents the activities of the consortium at the time of the second plenary meeting in November 2015.
D1.4.3 – Third follow up report at Month 9 (restricted access)
This report presents the activities of the consortium at the time of the third plenary meeting in January 2016.
D1.6/D6.1 – Web site
The web site you are currently looking at.
D1.4.4 – Fourth follow up report at Month 11 (restricted access)
This report presents the activities of the consortium at the time of the fourth plenary meeting in March 2016.
D1.4.5 – Fifth follow up report at Month 13 (restricted access)
This report presents the activities of the consortium at the time of the fifth plenary meeting in May 2016 (teleconference).
D1.5 – Consortium agreement (restricted access)
This is the consortium agreement that defines the rules according to which the partners are collaborating in the project.
D1.1.1 – Semi-annual ativity report (compte rendu intermédiaire à 18 mois)
This report presents the activities of the consortium as of September 2016 and delivered to the Agence Nationale de la Recherche

Task 2: Expectations, needs and usage analysis

D2.1 – Synthèse des résultats de l’enquête auprès de réutilisateurs de données ouvertes/dt>

This deliverable is written in French. It reports on the survey made from September 2015 to June 2016 by ELICO by interviewing resource-persons open data users.
D2.5 – Analyse de portails métropolitains de données ouvertes à l’échelle internationale
This deliverable is written in French. It reports on the analysis of 24 metropolitan open data portals, conducted between February and December 2016.

Task 3: Open sensor data infrastructure

D3.2 État de l’art des infrastructures de capteurs pour les Smart Cities.
This deliverable is written in French. It focuses on sensor standards related to transportation.

Task 4: Open data access facilities

D4.1 – Smart City Ontologies
This is a data set that records all ontologies related to Smart Cities, as well as important meta data vocabularies that are needed for indexing or annotating urban data sets or data streams. These ontologies are themselves described with metadata from the recorded vocabularies and ontologies, and connected to other data sets related to Smart City projects, open data portals, etc.

Task 5: Implementation

SPARQL Generate: Web site, web service, and open source API
This provides documentation and implementation of the SPARQL Generate language for generating RDF data from arbitrary data sources and data formats.
D5.1 – Web service to give access to raw data stream through an API
This is a web service that can provide historical data from sensors deployed in 10 places in Lyon. There is more than a year of sensing every
D5.2.1 – Web site to browse available sensor data streams (preliminary version)
The first version of a data browsing web site. For the moment it only allow browsing static data sets.

Task 6: Dissemination

D1.6/D6.1 – Web site
The web site you are currently looking at.
D6.3 OpenSensingCity data challenge, 17th March 2017
A hackathon organised at Tubà in Lyon where participants had to develop an open data application that could interoperate with data from several cities, using tools and data from the project.
Newsletters
Not initially planned, we have a newsletter that describes events that could be relevent to the project.