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2021 Report Open Access OPEN

SI-Lab Annual Research Report 2020
Leone G. R., Righi M., Carboni A., Caudai C., Colantonio S., Kuruoglu E. E., Leporini B., Magrini M., Paradisi P., Pascali M. A., Pieri G., Reggiannini M., Salerno E., Scozzari A., Tonazzini A., Fusco G., Galesi G., Martinelli M., Pardini F., Tampucci M., Buongiorno R., Bruno A., Germanese D., Matarese F., Coscetti S., Coltelli P., Jalil B., Benassi A., Bertini G., Salvetti O., Moroni D.
The Signal & Images Laboratory (http://si.isti.cnr.it/) is an interdisciplinary research group in computer vision, signal analysis, smart vision systems and multimedia data understanding. It is part of the Institute for Information Science and Technologies of the National Research Council of Italy. This report accounts for the research activities of the Signal and Images Laboratory of the Institute of Information Science and Technologies during the year 2020.Source: ISTI Technical Report, ISTI-2021-TR/009, pp.1–38, 2021
DOI: 10.32079/isti-tr-2021/009

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2020 Contribution to conference Open Access OPEN

Augmented reality and intelligent systems in Industry 4.0
Benassi A., Carboni A., Colantonio S., Coscetti S., Germanese D., Jalil B., Leone R., Magnavacca J., Magrini M., Martinelli M., Matarese F., Moroni D., Paradisi P., Pardini F., Pascali M., Pieri G., Reggiannini M., Righi M., Salvetti O., Tampucci M.
Augmented reality and intelligent systems in Industry 4.0 - Presentazione ARTESSource: ARTES, 12/11/2020
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4277713
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4277712

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2020 Report Restricted

WeAreClouds@Lucca - D1.1 Analisi del territorio
Massoli F. V., Carboni A., Moroni D, Falchi F.
Deliverable D1.1 del progetto WeAreClouds@Lucca. Analisi potenziali utilizzi delle tecnologie sviluppate e in corso di sviluppo al CNR nell'ambito del CNR e in funzione delle telecamere dislocate nel territorio del Comujne di Lucca.Source: ISTI Project report, WeAreClouds@Lucca, D1.1, 2020

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2020 Report Open Access OPEN

WeAreClouds@Lucca - D1.2 Stato dell'arte scientifico
Massoli F. V., Carboni A., Moroni D., Falchi F.
Deliverable D1.2 del progetto WeAreClouds@Lucca. Stato dell'arte scientificoSource: ISTI Project report, WeAreClouds@Lucca, D1.2, 2020

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2020 Report Closed Access

WeAreClouds@Lucca - D1.3 Definizione dei requisiti
Carboni A., Massoli F. V., Moroni D., Leone G. R., Falchi F.
Deliverable D1.3 Definizione dei requisiti del progetto WeAreClouds@LuccaSource: ISTI Project report, WeAreClouds@Lucca, D1.3, 2020

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2020 Report Open Access OPEN

PlatformUptake.eu - D2.1 - European Open Service Platforms in the AHA Domain - Ecosystem Map
Carboni A., Russo D., Moroni D., Barsocchi P.
Within this document, the activities related to Task T2.1 "Map the ecosystem by collecting existing open-source platforms in the Active and Healthy Aging Domain, their end-users and related stakeholders" are described and discussed. Initially, the PlatformUptake.eu glossary (which can be consulted in Chapter 3) is presented. The glossary was conceived to meet the need of introducing and describing unambiguously the terminology used in PlatformUptake.eu, with particular attention to the definitions of project, platform and the various types of end-users and stakeholders involved. The analysis focuses on platforms within the AAL/AHA (Active Assisted Living / Active and Healthy Ageing) application domains; nevertheless, more generic platforms that have AHA among their possible application domains have also been included. The first phase concerned the identification of the platforms which have been the most representative in AAL/AHA research in the last 10 years. From this first group of 48 projects, 18 were selected to be part of the ecosystem map. The selection criteria concerned various factors such as, among others, the impact on research in the AAL / AHA sectors and the European coverage that have led to prefer platforms that have laid the foundations for the subsequent ones. The ecosystem map is conceived as a set of views belonging to four different domains: geographic, relationship, application and temporal. For each of these domains, a distinct analysis accompanied by a specific graphic representation has been performed and presented. The identification of the domains of interest has therefore made it possible to understand the key characteristics necessary for the correct placement of each platform within the ecosystem, by singling out its main characteristics and relations with the other platforms. Finally, a platform record containing this information has been created and made available for each platform.Source: Project Report, PlatformUptake.eu, D2.1, 2020
Project(s): PlatformUptake.eu via OpenAIRE

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2020 Report Open Access OPEN

PlatformUptake.eu - D2.3 - European Open Service Platforms in the AHA Domain - Stakeholder Interviews Report
Carboni A., Russo D., Moroni D., Barsocchi P.
Within this document, the activities related to Task T2.3 "Run interviews and other types of consultations with platform developers to identify further hidden factors affecting their uptake and evolution "are described and discussed. The activities depart from the final group of eight platforms identified in T2.2: AIOTES, UniversAAL, Fiware, EkoSmart, Onesait, Sensinact, Reach2020 and Uncap. The work carried out so far within T2.1 and T2.2 has allowed us to better understand the characteristics and differences between the various platforms. The analysis of the existing context and the platforms explored led us to focus on the above-mentioned eight. The purpose of this task is to deepen the knowledge on this poll of platforms by directly questioning the professionals who took part in the creation, management, development and maintenance phases of these platforms, to try to obtain information that is difficult to find in the official documentation. Starting from the analysis made in T2.2, three dimensions have been defined: Technical, Contextual and Business. The three dimensions have been mapped using two questionnaires: one relating to the technical dimension to be sent to platform developers, the other one relating to the contextual business dimension, to be sent to executives. This deliverable aims to provide a complete view of the eight platforms and to acquire more comprehensive understanding on possible success and hindrance factors based on their characteristics, existing networks and stakeholders. Such a view, as to be able to define what could be an ideal platform, highlighting weaknesses and strengths that emerged from the responses to the questionnaires. After a description of the work carried out to define the questions constituting the surveys and summarize the provided answers, the report concludes by trying to highlight success or hinderance factors seen in a general perspective. This with the aim to create the fundamentals for an ideal platform, taking advantage of the strong points highlighted and trying to avoid errors that may have compromised or slowed down the full development of the platforms under consideration.Source: Project Report, PlatformUptake.eu, D2.3, 2020
Project(s): PlatformUptake.eu via OpenAIRE

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2019 Report Open Access OPEN

Developing a Tele-Visit system in ACTIVAGE project
Carboni A.
The work described in this technical note is part of the technological development activities, for the year 2018, related to the H2020 project ACTIVAGE, a European Multi Centric Large Scale Pilot on Smart Living Environments.Source: ISTI Technical reports, 2019
Project(s): ACTIVAGE via OpenAIRE

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2019 Report Open Access OPEN

ACTIVAGE - Report on IoT devices
Diaz Nava M., Ortiz Sanchez B., Sala P., Martinez A., Bautista Montalva J., Medrano A., Tazari M. R., Ben-hmida H., Loubier T., Gallissot M., Bergeon S., Kaklanis N., Votis K., Tiovaras D., Mistakis E., Roca F., Molina Moreno R., Ail R., Bangash A., Girolami M., Russo D., Carboni A., Stocklöw C., Mizaras V., Mäkelä R.
In order to have a complete Architecture of the ACTIVAGE platform, the device domain constituted of smart sensor and actuator nodes, gateways, connectivity and its associated protocols must be also considered. Therefore, it is imperative to identify the different devices required to implement the uses cases considered in the different Deployment sites (DSes). A systematic analysis is performed on the device, gateway, cloud and applications domains constituting each of the nine DSes. This analysis is based on several registration forms in order to gather key elements of each domain. The original goal was to collect information concerning only the device domain. However during the first months of the project, this goal changed to also include the three other domains in order to get an overall, homogenized, and rich technical information view of each DS. The additional information includes, the DS topology, the applications foreseen, the security and privacy mechanism to be implemented in the overall system, the servers used and their locations, and other information required to facilitate, in Task 3.2, the Security and Privacy assessments. Furthermore, this document gives a summary and classification of the different devices used in each DS allowing the identification of communalities, potential synergies and knowledge sharing between DSs. For the cases where, no suitable solutions are available, new devices could be prototyped in order to support a given use case with the right device or the right security protection level. Finally and in order to have a more complete document, the following aspects are also included: a list of key concepts in the device and gateway domains are explicitly defined to be shared and used in the overall project, a short introduction on the evolution of the communication systems is given in order to understand key IoT concepts at IoT architecture level and in particular at the device and gateway domains, including some security ones, and a brief market analysis on the home automation and health care devices.Source: Project report, ACTIVAGE, Deliverable D3.12, 2019
Project(s): ACTIVAGE via OpenAIRE

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2019 Journal article Open Access OPEN

Augmented Interaction Systems for Supporting Autistic Children. Evolution of a Multichannel Expressive Tool: The SEMI Project Feasibility Study
Magrini M., Curzio O., Carboni A., Moroni D., Salvetti O., Melani A.
Background: Over the past ten years, the authors have been designing, developing, and testing pervasive technology to support children with autism (ASD). Methods: In the present study, an integrated system based on multimedia and augmented interaction technologies have been tested on young subjects with ASD and dyspraxia in the age range of 6-10 years, in charge for rehabilitation treatments; a team of clinical psychologists has analyzed the results of the experimentation. The ten children involved in the project underwent an initial assessment of praxis skills and motor coordination. Subsequently, the subjects were subdivided into two subgroups: five children participated in the experimentation and five were evaluated as the control group (treatment as usual). Results: The evaluation showed an increased score in the several aspects considered, and particularly those related to motor coordination. An improvement in balancing tests and in hands-movement testing was found. Conclusion: The children involved in the sessions showed greater ability to self-control the movement as well as to select specific motor areas. The methods used seem to be promising to improve emotional and social skills too in a motivating and enjoyable climate. A high level of acceptance by professionals was observed and parents' feedback was also positive.Source: Applied sciences 9 (2019). doi:10.3390/app9153081
DOI: 10.3390/app9153081

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2019 Report Restricted

ACTIVAGE - Interoperability layer architecture
Diaz Nava M., Ortiz Sanchez B., Martínez A., Sala P., Medrano Gil A. M., Ben Hmida H., Reza Saied Tazari M., Bergon S., Kaklanis N., Stavrotheodoros S., Votis K., Tzovaras D., Stavropoulos T., Kompatsiaris I., Usach R. G., Kassapoglou C., Dallemagne P., Carboni A., Russo D., Papadopoulou K., Stavropoulos L.
This document is the deliverable D3.2.2 or D3.7 "ACTIVAGE Interoperability layer architecture" and represent the main outcome of the activity T3.1 "Specification of the open cross-pilot ACTIVAGE architecture", that is part of Work Package WP3 "ACTIVATE Secure Interoperability Layer". The present document is also tightly related to other WP3 task: T3.4 "Implementation of the interoperability layer" that integrates T3.2 "ACTIVAGE solution for security and privacy" and T3.3 "Building bridges to the IoT protocols and platforms". The overall scope of this deliverable is to present the ACTIVATE Interoperability layer architecture. The content of this deliverable can be summarized as follows: Section 1 describes the nature and the reason why this deliverable 3.2.2 has particular relevance for the ACTIVAGE project. Moreover, this section also set the objectives to the defined structure and organisation of the document, and notes the differences between the 2 versions of the deliverable (D3.2 and D3.2.2). Section 2 is an introductory section that provides a brief description about main concepts from the Internet of Things that are involved in the ACTIVAGE project. This section also addresses the potential of Internet of Things in the context of the Active and Healthy Ageing area that concerns the ACTIVAGE project. In this section, the objectives and proposals of the deliverable are explained in detail besides the challenges that must be confronted to reach the deliverable goals. Section 3 of the present document is dedicated to the IoT Platform Interoperability State of the Art. This section is fruit of an extensive research and organisational collective work, as it is described in the section below. Here the main objectives to pursue, such as the achievement of interoperability within IoT platforms, are explained. The definitions, terminology and main concepts of IoT platforms are detailed in a clear descriptive way and along with a summary of the main features of each IoT platform that is involved in the project this section represent a pivotal part for the semantic interoperability specification in the full project. Interoperability use cases of the Activage IoT Ecosystem Suite (AIoTES) are described. The last point of this section includes the architecture of the Deployment Sites. Section 4 in this deliverable addresses the Semantic Interoperability concept, and the AIoTES common data model is introduced. Section 5 presents the ACTIVAGE Architecture, on where the IoT Semantic Interoperability Layer is included as a core part of it, and its functionality and internal elements are detailed. All main components of the architecture are described in this section, as architectural building blocks. Also, the interfacing among different blocks is explained. The main objective of this part of the deliverable is shared whose first aiming to efficiently and effectively integrate the platforms and devices of the IoT-AHA Ecosystem and second to provide the guidance for deployment sites on procedures for such integration. Finally, the document ends with the conclusions and the future work.Source: Project report, ACTIVAGE, Deliverable D3.7, 2019
Project(s): ACTIVAGE via OpenAIRE

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2019 Contribution to conference Open Access OPEN

A Tele-Visit System for ACTIVAGE Project
Carboni A.
The document concerns the development of a remote communication system that allows a remote visit between older patients and healthcare professionals in situations that do not allow hospital transport.Source: ADTC and edaWorkshop19, Dresda, Germany, 14-16 May, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4030322
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4030321
Project(s): ACTIVAGE via OpenAIRE

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2018 Report Restricted

A prototype of a wearable, wireless system for measuring leg strength
Magrini M., Righi M., Carboni A., Martinelli M., Pardini F.
This technical report describes the R&D activity regarding the realization of a prototype of a wearable wireless device which records the characteristics of body movements. The device is connected via Bluetooth to a smartphone, able to display the acceleration curves and send the recorded data to a server for storage, further processing and analysis.Source: ISTI Technical reports, 2018

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2018 Report Closed Access

Intelligent approaches to fitness and well-being guidance
Martinelli M., Carboni A., Magrini M., Benassi A., Salvetti O.
The purpose of this research is to offer a complete picture on the use of assistive technologies in general, artificial intelligence and machine learning methods, for the determination of behaviors and decisions aimed at optimizing the analysis of the physical performance of the athlete. The solutions discussed can be merged to implement a system able to propose, automatically and dynamically, training plans linked to the physical and psychological conditions of the athletes. However, the treatment is also addressed to a possible application to different person categories, such as people performing normal physical activities, the elderly, disabled and ore in general people suffering from psycho-motor and muscular pathologies with the aim of improving skeletal muscle physio aspects.Source: Project report, 2018

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2018 Journal article Open Access OPEN

IoT for active and healthy ageing: the ACTIVAGE DS-RER project
Nunziata S., Matrella G., Mora N., Girolami M., Russo D., Barsocchi P., Carboni A., Woerner S., Jansen B., Montanari E., Cocchi F., Campanini N., Spada M. R., Ciampolini P.
The ActivAge project is currently exploring heterogeneous IoT solutions for AHA over 9 different European Deployment Sites (DS), in an interoperable network. In this work, we present main features of the DS-RER experimentation, being implemented in the Emilia-Romagna Region (RER, Italy) and mostly aimed at effectively embedding IoT-enabled solutions within the actual organization and practices of regional social and health-care services, to support users over 65 suffering post-stroke conditions.Source: Gerontechnology (Valkenswaard. Gedrukt) 17 (2018): 115–116. doi:10.4017/gt.2018.17.s.112.00
DOI: 10.4017/gt.2018.17.s.112.00
Project(s): ACTIVAGE via OpenAIRE

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2018 Report Open Access OPEN

ACTIVAGE - Interoperability report
Posada J., Diaznava M., Martínez A., Medrano A., Hmida H. B., Stéphane Bergeon S., Gallisot M., Votis K., Kaklanis N., Stavrotheodoros S., Tzovaras D., Dallemagne P., Usach R. G., Julian M., Palau C. E., Valero C., Molina G., Roca F., Tran T., Kazmi A., Serrano M., Russo D., Carboni A., Papadopoulou K., Stavropoulos L.
This deliverable is the continuation of the work presented in deliverable 3.2 "Interoperability layer architecture" and extends further information in this regard presented in deliverable 5.1 "Integration Plan and Operational Framework". This document is closely related with the outcome of tasks T3.3 and T3.4. D3.5 provides further information regarding the definition and implementation of components, tools and techniques employed within ACTIVAGE project to facilitate interoperability with the DS IoT platforms. In particular, main initiatives for the enablement of interoperability are the Semantic Interoperability Layer, that provides both syntactic and semantic interoperability, and the creation of a common data model. Also, some security and privacy considerations are drawn.Source: Project report, ACTIVAGE, Deliverable D3.5, 2018
Project(s): ACTIVAGE via OpenAIRE

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2018 Report Open Access OPEN

ACTIVAGE - Report on IoT devices
Diaznava M., Sanchez B. O., Sala P., Montalva J. B., Medrano A., Loubier T., Gallissot M., Bergeon S., Kaklanis N., Votis K., Tzovaras D., Mitsakis E., Roca F., Molina Moreno R., Ail R., Bangash A., Girolami M., Russo D., Carboni A., Stocklöw C., Mizaras V., Mäkelä R.
In order to have a complete Architecture of the ACTIVAGE platform, the device domain constituted of smart sensor nodes, gateways, connectivity and its associated protocols must be also considered. Therefore, it is imperative to identify the different devices required to implement the uses cases considered in the different Deployment sites (DSes). A systematic analysis is performed on the device, gateway, cloud and applications domains constituting each of the nine DSes. This analysis is based on several registration forms in order to gather key elements of each domain. The original goal was to collect information concerning only the device domain. However during the first months of the project, this goal changed to also include the three other domains in order to get an overall, homogenised, and rich technical information view of each DS. The additional information includes, the DS topology, the applications foreseen, the security and privacy mechanism to be implemented in the overall system, the servers used and their locations, and other information required to facilitate, in Task 3.2, the Security and Privacy assessments. Furthermore, this document gives a summary and classification of the different devices used in each DS allowing the identification of communalities, potential synergies and knowledge sharing between DSs. For the cases where, no suitable solutions are available, new devices could be prototyped in order to support a given use case with the right device or the right security protection level. Finally and in order to have a more complete document, the following aspects are also included: a list of key concepts in the device and gateway domains are explicitly defined to be shared and used in the overall project, a short introduction on the evolution of the communication systems are given in order to understand key IoT concepts at IoT architecture level and in particular at the device and gateway domains, including some security ones, and a brief market analysis on the home automation and health care devices.Source: Project report, ACTIVAGE, Deliverable D3.6, 2018
Project(s): ACTIVAGE via OpenAIRE

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2018 Report Open Access OPEN

ACTIVAGE - Developers toolkit and deployment support
Sanchez B. O., Sala P., Medrano A., Tazari S., Hmida H. B., Bergeon S., Gallissot M., Kaklanis N., Votis K., Nikolopoulos S., Kompatsiaris I., Valero C., Le Van H., Barralon P, Arcas J., Ail R., Carboni A., Girolami M., Russo D., Mäkelä R.
This document is the deliverable D4.1 "Developers toolkit and deployment support" and presents the outcome of the activities T4.1 "ACTIVAGE Development tools" and T4.3 "ACTIVAGE Deployment tools" which are part of Work Package WP4 "ACTIVAGE Application support tools and services layer". The document makes a status of existing development and deployment tools prior to the ACTIVAGE project and describes the ones that are under progress to fulfill ACTIVAGE dedicated requirements. The requirements are presented in Section 2, and the Use Cases in Section 3, precising the uses by the kind of developer profiles listed in section 3.1. The presented tools in Section 4 allow the development of applications (developed for ACTIVAGE by third parties) on top of each given platform among the seven selected as ACTIVAGE IoT platforms (Fiware, openiot, IoTivity, seniorsome, sensiNact, Sofia2 and universAAL). They are used by application developers and platform contributors. For more details about the seven ACTIVAGE IoT platforms, please refer to the D3.1 Report on IoT European Platforms. The presented tools in Section 5 are the ones used in the nine ACTIVAGE deployment sites to support their hardware device installations and middleware installation on the resulting IT infrastructure. They are used by installation/deployment and IT teams. These existing development and deployment tools are available today and constitute the first step of ACTIVAGE toolkit: they are heterogeneous tools available for dedicated platforms and for specific deployment sites. Further works in tasks T4.1 and T4.3 will aim to complete the IoT platform dedicated tools with ACTIVAGE common development and deployment tools based on the common ACTIVAGE APIs under specification.Source: Project report, ACTIVAGE, Deliverable D4.1, 2018
Project(s): ACTIVAGE via OpenAIRE

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2017 Report Restricted

ACTIVAGE - Interoperability layer architecture
Iaz Nava M., Ortiz Sanchez B., Cuevas I., Sala P., Medrano Gil A. M., Tazari S., Bergeon S., Kaklanis N., Hamlatzis I., Votis K., Tzovaras D., Valero C., Palau C. E., Roca F., Kazmi A., Serrano M., Kassapoglou C., Dallemagne P., Carboni A., Girolami M., Papadopoulou K.
This document is the deliverable D3.2 "ACTIVAGE Interoperability layer architecture" and represent the main outcome of the activity T3.1 "Specification of the open cross-pilot ACTIVAGE architecture", that is part of Work Package WP3 "ACTIVAGE Secure Interoperability Layer". The overall scope of this deliverable is to present the ACTIVAGE Interoperability layer architecture. The content of this deliverable can be summarized as follow: The section one describes the nature and the reason why this deliverable 3.2 is the particular relevance for the ACTIVAGE project and at the same time set the objectives to the defined structure and organisation of the document. The section two is dedicated to the introductory section provides a brief description about the concepts from the Internet of Things and that can be used in the ACTIVAGE project. This section also addresses the identified potential of Internet of Things in the context of the Active and Healthy Ageing area that concerns the ACTIVAGE project. In this section the objectives and proposals of the deliverable are explained in detail beside the challenges that must be confronted to reach the deliverable goal. The section three of the present document is dedicated to the IoT Platform Interoperability State of the Art that have been an extensive research and organisational collective work, as it is described in the section below. Here the main objectives to pursue so as to achieve Interoperability within IoT platforms are explained. The definitions, terminology and main concepts of IoT platforms are detailed in a clear descriptive way and along with a summary of the main features of each IoT platform that is involved in the project this section represent a pivotal part for the semantic interoperability specification in the full project. The last point of this section includes the architecture of the Deployment Sites. The section four in this deliverable is devoted to the introduction of the ACTIVAGE concept for Semantic Interoperability, where the notion of the Semantic Interoperability Layer (SIL) and the related Shared Space in AIOTES is presented, and a definition of the SIL API along with its use cases is included. Finally, the benefits of the SIL Shared Space are listed. The section five presents the ACTIVAGE Architecture where the IoT Interoperability Layer is included with, in this section the main objective is shared whose first aiming to efficiently and effectively integrate the platforms and devices of the IoT-AHA Ecosystem and second to provide the guidance for deployment sites on procedures for such integration. The complete architecture building blocks and their interfaces, required to the achievement of the architecture, are included in this section too. Finally, the document ends with the conclusions and the future work.Source: Project report, ACTIVAGE, Deliverable D3.2, 2017
Project(s): ACTIVAGE via OpenAIRE

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2017 Report Open Access OPEN

ACTIVAGE - Detailed experiment plan IV DS4 RER contribution
Sala P., Russo D., Martella G., Ciampolini P., Nunziata S., Carboni A., Spada M. R., Enrico Montanari E., Campanini N.
Definition of the individual experiment plan for the DS4 in the Emilia Romagna region (Italy).Source: Project report, ACTIVAGE, Deliverable D9.1, 2017
Project(s): ACTIVAGE via OpenAIRE

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