6th Plenary meeting             online      COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
Agenda         Time          Presentation      Leader                                      Notes    12:00 – 12:05   Welcom...
Work Package 2    Citizen’s Opinion Mining and Deliberation              ATC – Ilias Spais3                COCKPIT – 6th P...
   Opinion Mining        o Optimization and enhancement of all Opinion Mining (OM) constituting          s/w tools and su...
January data are for the first 10 days. The Greek Pilot has an    average or 3 new users per day, since it went live.     ...
OM – DP (2nd version)                                            Responsible partner                Deadline              ...
OM – DP (2nd version)                                          Responsible partner              Deadline                  ...
Thank you for your attention!8       COCKPIT – 3rd Plenary meeting, 11th-12th of Nov. 2010
Work Package 3    Public Service Modelling and Costing         IBM – Nindhi Rajshree9             COCKPIT – 6th Plenary me...
‣   Progress made (M18-M25)         o Conceptualization and documentation of a revised version of the           compliance...
‣   Progress Made (Since Plenary V)         o Simulation            Transformation rules for supporting all BPMN entities...
‣   Progress made (M18-M25):         o Conceptualization and documentation of revised cost/valuation model           (refl...
Thank you for your attention!13       COCKPIT – 3rd Plenary meeting, 11th-12th of Nov. 2010
Work Package 4     Implementation of COCKPIT Toolkit     INTRASOFT– Charis Vassiliou14            COCKPIT – 6th Plenary me...
WP4: Progress performed so far…     ‣   Successfully finished the implementation, integration and deployment of the Integr...
Planned work until M32 (August 2012)     ‣   A second SVN has been deployed for the development, integration and         t...
Thank you for your attention!17       COCKPIT – 3rd Plenary meeting, 11th-12th of Nov. 2010
Work Package 5     COCKPIT Governance Model Pilots & Evaluation                 ENG – Ivan Ficano18                  COCKP...
‣ Insight on pilot execution     ‣ Report of current evaluation results19                        COCKPIT – 6th Plenary mee...
20   COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
‣ General considerations     ‣ Former common action plan     ‣ Adjustment of plan for the three local cases     ‣ Current ...
‣ General considerations:      ‣ The first piloting cycle is being revealed trickier than        expected, mostly due to  ...
‣ Former common action plan          ‣   An early pilot schedule was circulated, aiming at leading the              activi...
‣ Specific plans of three local cases           ‣   Due to requirements specific for each partner, the three public       ...
‣ Current status of piloting progress       Task              CiTilburg                                    YPES           ...
‣ Current status of piloting progress       Task              CiTilburg         YPES                                      ...
Changes on the Deliberation Platform     ‣ The   DP has been customized by YPES and VENICE         according to their diff...
28   COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
‣   Usage logs     ‣   Self-assessment list     ‣   Laboratory test     ‣   Questionnaires         o On-line questionnaire...
‣   Usage logs         ‣ YPES and Venice already sent a first version of the usage           log file, CiTilburg committed...
Self-assessment list        ‣ Consortium       partners (Intra, IBM, ATC, NTUA, KIT,            UniTilburg) have filled in...
Laboratory test     ‣ A first laboratory test has already been carried out in ENG       premises. The tester had only offi...
‣   Questionnaires         o On-line questionnaire addressed to collect feedbacks on both the          new governance mode...
Thank you for your attention!34       COCKPIT – 3rd Plenary meeting, 11th-12th of Nov. 2010
Work Package 6        Dissemination & Exploitation     ATOS – Mercedes Arjona Almazan35            COCKPIT – 6th Plenary m...
‣ Progress dissemination tools and activities     ‣ Impact creation and assessment     ‣ Progress exploitation activities ...
Dissemination tools     Press releases         Preparation of press releases         o General English version         o ...
Website updates         Uploading new         “Demonstration Prototype         Toolkit Presentation”        Including di...
Cockpit Newsletter        Preparation and design of         Cockpit Newsletter 4th issue          sent to SIG Dec 2011  ...
Dissemination activities – publications and events (M13-M24)     Scientific publications     ‣   4 publications in books, ...
Events (M13-M24)     ‣   Participation of partners in a total of 17 events during 2nd year     ‣   Upcoming events of inte...
WP 6 – Deliverables     ‣   D 6.6.1 Dissemination report 1st version  Submitted M24     ‣   D 6.8.2 Ethical issues report...
Task of approaching Public Administrations     Cockpit dissemination activities particularly considered to raise     aware...
2.) Smart Cities events     ‣   Smart Cities as the next stage in urbanisation with growing importance of         ICTs; cu...
4545   COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
Cockpit as asset in Atos Smart     Cities campaign        Inclusion of Cockpit in the Atos         Smart Cities brochure ...
‣   In order to enlarge Cockpit impact to as many target groups         and regions as possible, Cockpit partners are enco...
Cockpit seminar/workshop     ‣   Celebrate workshop in Holland         o City of Tilburg, University of Tilburg, Atos Holl...
Impact assessment in three groups     1.) Dissemination activities impact assessment:     ‣ Assessment carried out accordi...
‣ Table of content of D6.7.2: Business and Exploitation plan 2nd     version, (M35)     ‣    1. Competitive analysis. Benc...
‣   Potential client approach            Atos exploitation and impact efforts:         o Meeting with Atos Business Devel...
‣   Update on dissemination tools and activities since the last review         o Please communicate all dissemination acti...
‣   Cockpit products and services     ‣   Benchmarking analysis draft     ‣   Individual exploitation plans draft     ‣   ...
Thank you for your attention!54       COCKPIT – 3rd Plenary meeting, 11th-12th of Nov. 2010
Work Package 7              Project Management     INTRASOFT - Christos Georgousopoulos55               COCKPIT – 6th Plen...
Important dates      Input for Management Reports      ‣   Effort consumption - Quarterly reports .xls files              ...
Submission of pending Deliverables‣    D7.3:      Second Periodic Activity Report                                         ...
Preparations for review ‣   Agenda:       ‣   Live demonstration of COCKPIT usage                                         ...
Thank you for your attention!59       COCKPIT – 3rd Plenary meeting, 11th-12th of Nov. 2010
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  • Substantially broadening the reach of our project  to more EU Public Institutions, outside of our consortium, and assess the impact of our solution against a significant sample of EU Public Institutions. Suggested means for achieving this may include larger-scale communication events in Brussels or other places where stakeholders can be invited and appropriately presented the project, or utilizing electronic means for impact assessment such as on-line presentations and on-line questionnaires.
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    1. 1. 6th Plenary meeting online COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    2. 2. Agenda Time Presentation Leader Notes 12:00 – 12:05 Welcome & overview INTRA - of agenda 12:05 – 12:15 Work-Package 2 ATC Presentations should focus on WP achievements and Tasks that need 12:15 – 12:25 Work-Package 3 IBM to be completed by the Review meeting. A maximum of 2-3 slides should be used. 12:25 – 12:35 Work-Package 4 INTRA 12:35 – 13:45 Work-Package 5 ENG Presentation should provide insight on (a) the Pilot execution, and (b) current evaluation results. 13:45 - 13:55 10 min. b r e a k 13:55 – 14:55 Work-Package 6 ATOS Presentation should address (a) how the PO’s request with respect to approaching other PA institutions is satisfied, and what was the impact of our actions, (b) the exploitation activities performed so far, and intentions for presentation of corresponding material at review meeting. 14:55 – 15:10 Work-Package 7 INTRA Issues that need to be addressed up to Review meeting. 15:10 – 15:15 Closure INTRA -2 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    3. 3. Work Package 2 Citizen’s Opinion Mining and Deliberation ATC – Ilias Spais3 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    4. 4.  Opinion Mining o Optimization and enhancement of all Opinion Mining (OM) constituting s/w tools and support of error handling activities o Support on Cockpit’s pilot activities o Adaptation of “Active learning” methodology during the training of the module – monitoring of the process o Research on how to enhance OM’s capabilities (provision of the 2nd version) ‣ Deliberation Platform o Bug fixes, implemented feature requests sent by users o Re-arranged Home Page o Added link to survey o Greek pilot went live 44 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    5. 5. January data are for the first 10 days. The Greek Pilot has an average or 3 new users per day, since it went live. 55 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    6. 6. OM – DP (2nd version) Responsible partner Deadline Remarks Focus on evaluating the ATC, INTRASOFT Mid of January training corpus End users – Supporting Focus on OM’s performance End of January partners in totalEvaluate the results of OM’s Can we utilize the uncertaintyrealization in the 1st pilot execution ATC, INTRASOFT 10th of February sampling technique to evaluate the engine? ENG - Evaluation report The main focus should be the polarity (positive, negative)Development of an ATC, INTRASOFT On going process classification of opinionsentity-based OM engine based on entities like costs, effort, time, etc. Realization of documentDevelopment of the algorithm that classification algorithms towill assure the relevancy of the ATC, INTRASOFT On going process assure relevancyopinions The goal is to have a prototype to demonstrate in the 3rd review meetingPremature version of the updated OMenvironment released ATC, INTRASOFT Review Meeting Training corpus and ontology may remain the same (those included in the 1st version) 66 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    7. 7. OM – DP (2nd version) Responsible partner Deadline RemarksCompare OM’s results of the 1stpilot We should demonstrate thatexecution and those resulted from the ATC, INTRASOFT Review Meeting the adjustments will makerealization of the premature e2nd OM more efficientversionUpdate the instructions of creating ATC, INTRASOFT End of Marchthe training corpus (2nd version) Early creation of the preparation material – End users – SupportingPreparation phase End of April necessary due to OM’s partners dependence on the language specifications Bugs will be fixed with a highBug fixes, address feature requests priority. All feature requestssent by users ATC On going process will be replied, but not all of them will be implemented. An advanced usage statistics module based on GoogleUsage statistics ATC End of January Analytics will be added to the platform.Platform presentation ATC Review Meeting 77 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    8. 8. Thank you for your attention!8 COCKPIT – 3rd Plenary meeting, 11th-12th of Nov. 2010
    9. 9. Work Package 3 Public Service Modelling and Costing IBM – Nindhi Rajshree9 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    10. 10. ‣ Progress made (M18-M25) o Conceptualization and documentation of a revised version of the compliance view meta-model. ‣ Details: o The model is composed of a set of compliance patterns. o The patterns are used to write compliance expressions that formally capture rules, norms, legislations, etc. a public service should comply to. ‣ Benefits: o Integrated with the SE toolkit, this will allow the service designers to import existing compliance rule specified by the policy makers and validate if their BPMN process workflow is compliant or not. ‣ Action Plan until review meeting o Finalizing the deliverable D3.1.2 writing up o Incremental updates of the meta-model10 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    11. 11. ‣ Progress Made (Since Plenary V) o Simulation  Transformation rules for supporting all BPMN entities  Improved output statistics  Improved user interface o Other Functionality in SE Tool  Improved error handling  Implementation of new features in progress o Support  Bug fixes raised during integration tests and pilots  Training sessions and demo creations  Released updates ‣ Action Plan until review meeting o Functionality in SE Tool  Implementation of new features: Cheat Sheets, Search, Globalization etc. in progress o Support  Release of updates  Bug fixes and enhancements  Generation of simulation applet to support the pilots11 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    12. 12. ‣ Progress made (M18-M25): o Conceptualization and documentation of revised cost/valuation model (reflected in D3.2.2) o Incremental improvements and bug fixes for the cost/valuation subsystem (reflected in D3.2.1.2) o Evaluation design for Service Feature Model component  Questions to citizens on how the stating of preferences is perceived  Questions to service engineers on applicability and usefulness of the provided modeling tools o Support for the evaluation of the SFM designer and valuation server ‣ Action Plan until review meeting o On-going support for evaluations o Analysis and dissemination of evaluation results o Incremental updates of the implementation12 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    13. 13. Thank you for your attention!13 COCKPIT – 3rd Plenary meeting, 11th-12th of Nov. 2010
    14. 14. Work Package 4 Implementation of COCKPIT Toolkit INTRASOFT– Charis Vassiliou14 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    15. 15. WP4: Progress performed so far… ‣ Successfully finished the implementation, integration and deployment of the Integrated COCKPIT Toolkit (initial version): ‣ Complete portable installation prototype along with deployment and maintenance manual distributed to all end-user partners. ‣ Training sessions conducted with end-users supported by technical partners. ‣ Update site set-up for consecutive updates and bug-fixes. ‣ The following deliverables have been successfully submitted to the EC according to the project work plan: ‣ D4.1.1: Conceptual Architecture and Design Specifications of COCKPIT Toolkit, 1st version – Resubmitted according to review report comments. ‣ D4.2.1: Test Cases and overall system evaluation results 1st version ‣ D4.3.1: Integrated COCKPIT Toolkit 1st version ‣ Currently performing bug-fixes and minor adjustments to the initial prototype to support the parallel process of end-user trials (initial iteration) ‣ Several updates distributed to the end-users already. ‣ Presently focusing on final adjustments to the Simulation module (SV).15 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    16. 16. Planned work until M32 (August 2012) ‣ A second SVN has been deployed for the development, integration and testing process of the second and final version of the Integrated COCKPIT Toolkit. ‣ Prepare a detailed demonstration scenario (i.e. Public Service, Metadata, etc.) to guide the Review Meeting prototype demo. ‣ A detailed development plan is under preparation featuring the functionality envisioned for the final prototype, focusing mainly on the SE, OM and DP. ‣ The above mentioned plan will be enriched with the results and outcomes of the initial end- user evaluation process. ‣ Issues marked with high importance derived from the end-users will be considered for implementation towards the final prototype of the respective modules. ‣ Initiate the preparation of the respective WP4 deliverables to be submitted by M32 (August 2012): ‣ D4.1.2: Conceptual Architecture and Design Specifications of COCKPIT Toolkit 2nd version. ‣ D4.2.2: Test Cases and overall system evaluation results 2nd version. ‣ D4.3.2: Integrated COCKPIT Toolkit 2nd version.16 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    17. 17. Thank you for your attention!17 COCKPIT – 3rd Plenary meeting, 11th-12th of Nov. 2010
    18. 18. Work Package 5 COCKPIT Governance Model Pilots & Evaluation ENG – Ivan Ficano18 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    19. 19. ‣ Insight on pilot execution ‣ Report of current evaluation results19 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    20. 20. 20 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    21. 21. ‣ General considerations ‣ Former common action plan ‣ Adjustment of plan for the three local cases ‣ Current status of piloting progress ‣ Changes on Deliberation Platform21 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    22. 22. ‣ General considerations: ‣ The first piloting cycle is being revealed trickier than expected, mostly due to ‣ acceptance of technology (Venice) ‣ involvement of stakeholders (CiTilburg) ‣ The first piloting cycle will be more focussed on the technology rather than on the methodology ‣ The first piloting cycle will be definitely more based on the SE modelling rather than on the DP deliberation22 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    23. 23. ‣ Former common action plan ‣ An early pilot schedule was circulated, aiming at leading the activities of the three pilot partners. ‣ Original proposed deadlines for the 1st pilot execution: ‣ 11/11: Familiarization with Toolkit & DP ‣ 18/11: Training of OM ‣ 25/11: Initial modeling of public service, upload to the DP & generation of Polls ‣ 25/11:Publication of Press release (in any case, after the upload to the DP) ‣ 09/12: Remodeling, based on Poll feedback ‣ 14/12: Upload simulation to the DP ‣ 14/01: Remodeling, based on comments received from simulation, forums etc. & upload to DP ‣ ...continuously: experience logging, DP monitoring, generation of artifacts ‣ 30/01 Report of conclusions23 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    24. 24. ‣ Specific plans of three local cases ‣ Due to requirements specific for each partner, the three public bodies adjusted the general plan according to their constraints and directives, and circulated the new ones. Original deadlines and Task CiTilburg YPES Venice 11/11: Familiarization with Toolkit & DP 15/12 11/11 15/12 18/11: Training of OM 15/12 18/11 15/12 25/11: Initial modeling of public service, upload to the DP 22/12 13/12 15/12 & generation of Polls 25/11:Publication of Press release -- 13/12 16/12 09/12: Remodeling based on Poll feedback 09/01 09/01 -- 14/12:Upload simulation to the DP 15/01 11/01 -- 14/01: Remodeling based on comments received from 20/01 30/01 -- simulation, forums etc. & upload to DP 30/01: Report of conclusions 30/01 10/02 10/0224 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    25. 25. ‣ Current status of piloting progress Task CiTilburg YPES Venice Only partially. Only partially. The training tool is in Training of OM Done. It will be completed this week. “Pre-Analysis” state since the 14 of december. Initial 10 tryouts (modeling and DP modeling of upload) with fake data. Done. public service Done. Problems with BPMN & upload to the Real case “Werkgeversplein” in modelling still to be fixed. DP progress. None. Generation of None. Done. Likely deadline: by the Polls No planned deadline. 3rd week of January No public press release is planned by CiTilburg. Only professional (government) bodies that are None. Publication of responsable on innovation of Done Likely deadline: by the Press release methodology and tools will be 3rd week of January addressed. No planned deadline.25 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    26. 26. ‣ Current status of piloting progress Task CiTilburg YPES Venice Remodeling None. None. None. based on poll No planned feedback Planned by 20th of Janaury No planned deadline deadline Yes. Ongoing activity. The number of active users is Through RSS feed Monitoring the still low. However, almost all from Forum, though None DP posts are totally relevant and no real debate has useful. There are no offensive, started yet. insulting or advertising posts. Sending of Done. Done. experiences log Not yet Up to 7th of sheet Up to 23rd of November. December.26 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    27. 27. Changes on the Deliberation Platform ‣ The DP has been customized by YPES and VENICE according to their different languages and preferences. ‣ Some changes are still to be done for the VENICE case.27 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    28. 28. 28 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    29. 29. ‣ Usage logs ‣ Self-assessment list ‣ Laboratory test ‣ Questionnaires o On-line questionnaire o User questionnaire ‣ General feedback29 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    30. 30. ‣ Usage logs ‣ YPES and Venice already sent a first version of the usage log file, CiTilburg committed to send it as soon as possible (maybe by the end of next week). ‣ Moreover, all mail exchanges and phone calls regarding the pilot experiences have been noted down and will be suitably used as material for the evaluation. ‣ Experiences reported so far refer to the early stages of the piloting and are too immature to come to a consolidate consideration. Moreover, some of them are sw bugs, some other are suggestions for future improvements.30 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    31. 31. Self-assessment list ‣ Consortium partners (Intra, IBM, ATC, NTUA, KIT, UniTilburg) have filled in a table with some questions regarding intrinsic features of both the governance model and the toolkit, according to their expertise on the issues. ‣ Results are very satisfactory. The technical partners have unawarely showed a great allignment in the assessment, except forAccessibility:Which level of accessibility the web part of the toolkit has?•a. None•b. Level “A” of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines•c. Level “AA” of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines•d.Level “AAA” of Web Content Accessibility GuidelinesPortability:Is the toolkit installable and adaptable to different environments (i.e. operating systems, hardware configurations)•a. Yes•b. Yes, only partially•c. Not31 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    32. 32. Laboratory test ‣ A first laboratory test has already been carried out in ENG premises. The tester had only office automation SW skills. Never used Eclipse or other IDE. Some significant results: ‣ good general acceptance (both explicitly and deduced through facial expressions); high understandability; scarse attractiveness, but that was perceived as reasonable considered the expected target user, indeed sobriety was found as proper and suitable; multi-tab layout naturally intuitive; scarse readability (too small types); high perceived usefulness; in some cases limitative; etc. ‣ Other two tests are scheduled in January.32 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    33. 33. ‣ Questionnaires o On-line questionnaire addressed to collect feedbacks on both the new governance model and the interaction with the interface are already available to citizens and have been linked from the DP home pages (to the following URLs):  English (Citilburg): http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LV2DTC2  Italian (Venice): http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/9PTY8GN  Greek (YPES): http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/966YRV7 o User questionnaire  By the end of the 1st piloting cycle, when all toolkit functionalities are expected to be tested and assesseble by the user partners, a survey will be provided to them in order to evaluate aspects coming from the overall experience (not related to single usages) on aspects such as satisfaction, effectiveness and efficiency33 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    34. 34. Thank you for your attention!34 COCKPIT – 3rd Plenary meeting, 11th-12th of Nov. 2010
    35. 35. Work Package 6 Dissemination & Exploitation ATOS – Mercedes Arjona Almazan35 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    36. 36. ‣ Progress dissemination tools and activities ‣ Impact creation and assessment ‣ Progress exploitation activities ‣ Action Plan. Planning for review presentation 3636 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    37. 37. Dissemination tools Press releases  Preparation of press releases o General English version o Version for each use case  Atos communication department: preparing launch of press release in relevant media  Ypes; NTUA; Intra - already disseminated via diverse channels  Other partners circulate press release 12 January 2012 3737
    38. 38. Website updates  Uploading new “Demonstration Prototype Toolkit Presentation”  Including direct accesses to the 3 pilot sites; visually by countries’ flags  Uploading the “Demonstrator of the Cockpit video toolkit to homepage  Upload of 4th Cockpit newsletter for download 12 January 2012 3838
    39. 39. Cockpit Newsletter  Preparation and design of Cockpit Newsletter 4th issue  sent to SIG Dec 2011  Currently 128 members in the Cockpit Special Interest Group (SIG) list 12 January 2012 3939
    40. 40. Dissemination activities – publications and events (M13-M24) Scientific publications ‣ 4 publications in books, journals, magazines Publications in popular media ‣ Publications in Greek online journal and newspaper announcing the pilot use case in Greece (Intra) ‣ Publications of Greek press release (Ypes, Ntua) Paper submissions ‣ 2011: Total of 10 papers submitted to conferences/events 12 January 2012 4040 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    41. 41. Events (M13-M24) ‣ Participation of partners in a total of 17 events during 2nd year ‣ Upcoming events of interest: 14-15 June 2012 ECEG 2012 – 12th European Conference One of the most relevant Barcelona on e-Government conferences in eGovernment in Europe July 3-5 2012 MeTTeG 2012 - 6th Intern. Conference Papers submission Belgrade on Methodologies, Technologies and deadline: 31 Jan 2012 Tools enabling e-Government 3-6 Sept. 2012 4th IFIP International Conference on Papers submission Kristiansand, eParticipation deadline: 15 Mar 2012 Norway  Please inform Atos about participations in project relevant events or other dissemination activities 4141 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    42. 42. WP 6 – Deliverables ‣ D 6.6.1 Dissemination report 1st version  Submitted M24 ‣ D 6.8.2 Ethical issues report 2nd versions  Submitted M24 4242 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    43. 43. Task of approaching Public Administrations Cockpit dissemination activities particularly considered to raise awareness and create impact among PAs: Achievements so far: Participation in events of special interest 1.) ePractice events ‣ Presentation of Cockpit in 2 ePractice events in Brussels ‣ Representatives of EC, Public Sector, Public Service Providers, Researchers o Collaborative production of eGovernment services (27/10/11) o User centric eServices (20/12/2011) 4343 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    44. 44. 2.) Smart Cities events ‣ Smart Cities as the next stage in urbanisation with growing importance of ICTs; currently area of great interest ‣ Six main axes: Cockpit = Smart governance axis ‣ Smart Cities Expo World Congress Barcelona (28 Nov-2Dec 2011): o Presentation of Cockpit by Atos Research & Innovation Director o Video show of Cockpit Methodology Video at the Atos exhibition booth; distribution of Cockpit brochures o Large event with considerably high impact; approx. 900 participants, among them especially PAs 4444 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    45. 45. 4545 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    46. 46. Cockpit as asset in Atos Smart Cities campaign  Inclusion of Cockpit in the Atos Smart Cities brochure as part of the Smart governance axis  to be circulated massively  Cockpit presentation to be included in future Smart Cities events  Cockpit possibly forming part of the Atos worldwide “IT for cities campaign” o Initiative of the Atos global Atos Brochure: “Empowering marketing management department for Public Sector Smart Cities” 12 January 2012 4646
    47. 47. ‣ In order to enlarge Cockpit impact to as many target groups and regions as possible, Cockpit partners are encouraged to contribute in the creation of impact ‣ The Atos initiatives can serve as examples for other partners to carry out similar actions o Within their organisations o Among other initiatives they are involved ‣ Please report such activities to Atos ‣ If you need further information or support, Atos will assist you when required 4747 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    48. 48. Cockpit seminar/workshop ‣ Celebrate workshop in Holland o City of Tilburg, University of Tilburg, Atos Holland (provision of premises, support organisation) o Currently in process: critical success factor is involvement of some important stakeholders: - VNG/KING (Union of Dutch local governments) - UWV - Some larger cities ‣ Among all partners agree on the focus of this workshop: o Settle the agenda: Demo of the tool, presentation of use case (Tilburg?), tool assessment o Seminar/workshop requires technical support ‣ Other (user) partners would also like to participate/contribute? 4848 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    49. 49. Impact assessment in three groups 1.) Dissemination activities impact assessment: ‣ Assessment carried out according to the success criteria table included in the Dissemination report 1st version 2.) Workshop(s) impact assessment: ‣ Questionnaire circulation among workshop participants o Questions include business evaluation, tools assessment and purchase interest ‣ Possible open table discussion with participants 3.) Pilots impact assessment: ‣ Our suggestion: including 2 or 3 questions to the existing evaluation questionnaires (WP5) concerning user engagement and business evaluation o Questions on user engagement – to be included to online questionnaire on DP o Questions business evaluation – to be included to Public Administration questionnaire 4949 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    50. 50. ‣ Table of content of D6.7.2: Business and Exploitation plan 2nd version, (M35) ‣ 1. Competitive analysis. Benchmarking study ‣ 2. Exploitation Agreement ‣ 3. Individual Exploitation Plan ‣ 4. Potential client approach - Engage business development personnel from the partners’ organisations ‣ Questionnaire creation for business evaluation ‣ Individual exploitation plan template.  The business plan will establish guidelines to the market deployment of the product/service the consortium and the individual partners want to exploit. In particular, the exploitation plan will elaborate alternative exploitation/sustainability strategies for those outcomes that could not be commercialised. 5050 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    51. 51. ‣ Potential client approach  Atos exploitation and impact efforts: o Meeting with Atos Business Development Department o Cockpit will possibly be included in Atos worldwide “IT for cities campaign” o Cockpit to be included in future Smart Cities events; actual area of great interest , also among PAs. ‣ Engage business development personnel from the partners’ organisations - Each partner find opportunity to transmit cockpit within its organisation, especially big industry partners; business development 5151 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    52. 52. ‣ Update on dissemination tools and activities since the last review o Please communicate all dissemination activities carried out to us (especially publication of press releases about piloting, activities which create impact ‣ Cockpit workshop o Short summary about the outcome; high level evaluation if timeframe permits ‣ Impact assessment method of user engagement & business evaluation o Questionnaire development 5252 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    53. 53. ‣ Cockpit products and services ‣ Benchmarking analysis draft ‣ Individual exploitation plans draft ‣ Exploitation Agreement draft ‣ Preliminary results of potential client approach o (Engagement business development personnel from the partners’ organisations) 12 January 2012 5353 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    54. 54. Thank you for your attention!54 COCKPIT – 3rd Plenary meeting, 11th-12th of Nov. 2010
    55. 55. Work Package 7 Project Management INTRASOFT - Christos Georgousopoulos55 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    56. 56. Important dates Input for Management Reports ‣ Effort consumption - Quarterly reports .xls files 12th of Jan. ( TODAY! ) ‣ Work-Package updated descriptions ‣ Explanation notes on use of resources & Form C 20th of Jan. (coming Friday) & upload of cost statements at NEF/ECAS Deliverables: ‣ Provision of all deliverables for review to EC Reviewers & PO: 17th of Feb. 2012 (three weeks prior the review) *D5.3.1: 2nd of Mar. 2012 (one week prior the review) Meetings at Venice: ‣ Rehearsal meeting: 8th of Mar. 2012 Social event: night of rehearsal - PO will be present (and maybe the reviewers) ‣ Review meeting: 9th of Mar. 201256 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    57. 57. Submission of pending Deliverables‣ D7.3: Second Periodic Activity Report Dec. 2011 (…early Feb.2012)‣ D7.4: Second Management Report‣ *D3.1.2: Public Service Formal Representation, 2nd version‣ *D3.2.2: Public Service Cost Estimation and Valuation Model, 2nd version Jan. 2012‣ *D3.2.2.1: Public Service Cost Estimation and Valuation system, 2nd version‣ *D5.3.1: COCKPIT Governance Model and Toolkit Evaluation Report, 1st version Feb. 2012 *might receive feedback during review57 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    58. 58. Preparations for review ‣ Agenda: ‣ Live demonstration of COCKPIT usage PO’s focus ‣ Pilot evaluation results ‣ ENG will present in detail the overall results ‣ Users will present/highlight specific aspects of usage/experience • Have a real decision maker/V.I.P. to talk about Cockpit (VENICE, YPES, CiTilburg) ‣ Exploitation and engagement of other PA institutions ‣ WP progress ‣ Feedback on Ethical issues for Greek case ‣ Management Reports & address of reviewers’ past comments58 COCKPIT – 6th Plenary meeting, 12th January 2012
    59. 59. Thank you for your attention!59 COCKPIT – 3rd Plenary meeting, 11th-12th of Nov. 2010

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