- Dissemination and Exploitation
- Private Area
- Comission Area
- Vertical Industries
|Deliverable No.||Deliverable Name||Abstract|
|Project Handbook||This handbook details management bodies, documents, and procedures which are described in the Project, Grant Agreement and Consortium Agreement. It also includes the Quality Plan to be followed by the project to ensure timely delivery of all results to the European Commission.|
|Business Model Design||This deliverable represents the first outcome of WP1 of 5Growth, as a result of the activities performed in Task 1.1. This document gathers the initial analysis of the vertical services for 5Growth pilots to identify their business, functional and technical requirements, and offers an introduction to the business models that will have to be validated in 5Growth.|
|ICT-17 facilities Gap analysis||The basic needs, performance requirements and constrains expressed by 5Growth Vertical partners in relation to the Use Cases they are planning to validate along 5Growth project are collected and
summarized in a uniform way.
With the goal of meeting those requirements a set of specific technology and architectural solutions are sketched and proposed, and the potential role that ICT-17 platforms may play for within those solutions is also studied for each of the use cases and selected locations.
The feasibility of such proposals is assessed and the main gap areas to be addressed in 5Growth
project are identified. Besides that, a first study and outlook into the further analysis to be performed at project level on the feasible integration models of 5Growth with the selected ICT-17 platforms under consideration is also captured in this report.
|Initial design of 5G End-to-End Service Platform||The main goal of 5Growth is to validate the ability of core 5G technologies to accommodate
multiple advanced vertical services over common infrastructure and, importantly, to extend baseline 5G platforms and architecture proposals with innovations that fill the gaps towards
meeting the requirements of the vertical use cases described in WP1.
This document summarizes a gap analysis over such 5G state-of-the-art baseline platforms undertaken within the project, with particular focus on 5G-TRANSFORMER, and a list of concrete
innovations that are being (will be) designed and implemented during the scope of 5Growth
project, which will contribute to meet the stringent requirements of 5Growth vertical use cases.
Dissemination, and Exploitation Plan (CoDEP) draft including Standardization roadmap
|This deliverable presents the communication, dissemination, and exploitation plan (CoDEP) of 5Growth. The list of activities under each part of the plan is provided as well as the targeted metrics.
Standardization deserves substantial attention in this document, in which the initial standardization roadmap is introduced, including the identification of relevant standard development organizations and relevant open source projects. It also reflects the involvement of verticals in standardization and in the CoDEP as a whole. Early achievements in some of the activities are also listed.
|D3.2: Specification of ICT17 in-house deployment||This deliverable provides a technical solution for experimentation and business validation of the vertical use cases in the scope of 5Growth project. As such, using the initial analysis reported in deliverable D3.1 as a starting point, this report progresses on the definition of the technical solution associated with each selected vertical pilot as well as on the integration options of 5Growth with the selected ICT-17 platforms.|
|Initial implementation of 5G End-to-End Service Platform||The main goal of 5Growth is to validate the ability of core 5G technologies to accommodate multiple advanced vertical services over common infrastructure and, importantly, to extend 5Growth's baseline platform and architecture with innovations that fill the gaps towards meeting the requirements of the vertical use cases described in WP1.
This document describes a reference implementation of 5Growth baseline system and provides a skeleton for enhancements and innovations.
|Service and Core KPI Specification||The main objective of this deliverable is to provide a formal definition of the KPIs identified by the 5Growth project, with the purpose of evaluating the four different vertical pilots of the project on Industry 4.0, Transportation, and Energy. To achieve so, this work defines the Core 5G KPIs as the technical KPIs that can be directly measured on the use cases’ infrastructure. On the other hand, Service KPIs are defined as the KPIs that allow validating an industrial 5G scenario from the vertical point of view. In most cases, Service KPIs are not directly measurable, and this is the reason why this deliverable also defines a formal mapping between Core 5G KPIs and Service KPIs. Furthermore, Core 5G KPIs, Service KPIs and their correspondent mapping are applied to the different 5Growth use cases to define the parameters that need to be evaluated in order to ensure they fulfill the expected requirements. Finally, the impact of COVID-19 on the planned KPI evaluation is analysed.|
|Communication, Dissemination, and Exploitation achievements of Y1 and plan for Y2||Firstly, this documents presents all the achievements and activities undertaken during the first year of the project, classified according to the Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation Plan (CoDEP) categorization. The activities carried out reflect the initial goal of raising awareness about the project, and so, the web site, social media posts, press releases, and presence at relevant events go in this direction. Additionally, publications, participation and organization of events, and contributions to standardization fora, among others, initiate the transition from the raise awareness phase of the project to the presentation of results phase, as defined in the plan. Secondly, the document presents an update for Y2 of the CoDEP taking as reference the initial plan described in D5.1. An analysis of the situation due to COVID-19 is also provided as well as some of the actions undertaken to mitigate its effects.|
|Demonstrations at EuCNC’20 or|
|One of the dissemination goals of 5Growth is to conduct technology demonstrations in a high impact venue, such as EuCNC or similar venue. This document briefly explains the demonstration activities carried out during offline conferences and online events. Other information related to the demonstrations carried out by the project is also provided.|
|Techno-economic analysis and business model validation methodology||This document reports a preliminary quantitative analysis of the economic benefits introduced by the adoption of innovations enabled by 5G in the case studies belonging to the four pilots, pillars of 5Growth project. In order to provide a quantitative analysis a methodology is described and uniformly adopted in all case studies.|
|D3.3: First version of software implementation for the platform||The goal of this deliverable is to contain the documentation of the first release of software developed within the 5Growth project for the integration of 5Growth platform with ICT-17 platforms and with the infrastructure deployed for the project pilots (available in the project GIT repository). This code has been developed based on the initial analysis and design reported in D3.2. Further design decisions not included in D3.2 are summarized in this document as well.|
|D3.4: Plan for pilot deployments||This deliverable reports the step by step approach to the deployment of the pilots in vertical industries premises. It provides the status of each pilot in November 2020 (M18), a timeline of the deployments towards the end of the project and includes an update with respect to the COVID-19 contingency plan reported in D3.2.|
|D4.2: Verification methodology and tool design||This deliverable constitutes the first one of a series of three, from D4.2 to D4.4, intended to provide the results of the project, addressing not only the verification of pilot outcomes in the context of the successive releases of the experimental environments, but also the establishment of a systematic way to perform this verification, guaranteeing verification quality and contributing these findings and tools for their application elsewhere.|
|D6.2: First periodic report of the project||This report constitutes the nonfinancial part of the Periodic Report to be delivered two months after the end of the period (M20).|