Supporting smart services

Endorsed by ENoLL (European Network of Living Labs)



This document details the project vision for EPIC, including background and context to its development. It describes the core objectives, overarching goals of EPIC and its key innovations.

This document describes in further detail the project vision of EPIC, including a description of its mission statement, an assessment of the benefits of EPIC, as well as the methodology and technical requirements of the project.

This report consolidates the results of the consultation meetings organized by the pilot leads. A list of each scenario’s use cases, as well as the general architecture of the applications are provided.

This document describes the results of the survey on desk-based research, and creation of technical requirements towards the EPIC Platform. It contains specifications, approaches and implementations for each technical aspect.

This deliverable consolidates the results of the work defining the technical requirements for the EPIC platform. Full sets of functional and nonfunctional requirements are presented in generic and application specific levels.

This document describes the Smart City Information Architecture and Functional Platform implemented for the participating living labs to pilot and validate selected smart services to support cross-border relocation of a family. 

This document describes the Smart Environment pilot, including an overview of the technical requirements for the pilot, in particular on domestic and public energy consumption, as well as details of the testing procedure and results.

This document presents the Pilot Applications prototypes. It is the result of previous deliverables, among which D2.2, D2.3 and D.5.1 underpin the user, technical and scenario requirements benefiting the stakeholders involved.

This document outlines the delivery of the Smart Environment Pilot, including the technical framework required, details of the domestic energy solution and collection of public data and a summary of the pilot’s results.

This document contains the overall scenario for the Pilot Applications. The result of previous deliverables D2.2 and D2.3 are used to enable a scenario that matches the requirements of the citizen/business end users.

This document highlights the added value of the web-based services developed within the EPIC project, by providing an overview and a SWOT analysis of the ICT services of each EPIC pilot city.

This document introduces the cloud computing concept, the EPIC project, the objectives and structure of the EPIC roadmap, and identifies the long term vision for EPIC, as well as the key assumptions and scope of the strategy.

This document describes the stakeholders’ input and project management framework for cities, in order to develop the EPIC roadmap. It describes the conceptual model, identified stakeholders and proposed roadmap.

This document discusses the common strategy of the three pilots and it defines the pilot-specific actions and strategies related to user selection, recruitment and retention, as well as the user support, training and iterations.

This document describes the daily management of the living lab innovation ecosystem, the user tests conducted for each pilot and the common lessons learned that will support system and pilot development in other EU cities.

This document presents details of the EPIC evaluation strategy, including the means by which the user experience of EPIC can be assessed, with details of the questionairres used in assessment attached as an appendix.

This document presents the evaluation results for the platform and pilot application elements that have been designed and implemented in the technical WPs of the project.

This document provides a comprehensive framework for the dissemination of the project and describes the best approaches to engage and inform cities to maximize knowledge of the EPIC platform and roadmap.

This document contains the materials and channels used for the dissemination of the EPIC project: website, brochure, ppt. presentation, newsletter, facebook and twitter accounts.

This document presents the findings of market research conducted, with details of market background, research methodology, responses and conclusions drawn from the data collected.

This document presents the dissemination and exploitation activities undertaken and states the modus operandi of the partners in their effort to achieve sustainability. It contains proposals on future opportunities for exploitation.

 EPIC is supported and partly funded by the European Commission