Public Deliverables:

WP1: Current and comprehensive understanding of in situ ocean observing systems and EU legislation

  • D1.1 Review on the available methodological standards and gaps to be covered in order to meet the MSFD requirements. Delivery Date: August 2014
  • D1.2 Report on how current and future monitoring efforts related to eutrophication, marine litter, contaminants and noise address MSFD needs effectively and efficiently. Delivery Date: August 2014
  • D1.3 Possibilities of integration of monitoring requirements by other EU and national legislation. Delivery Date: August 2014
  • D1.4 Review of existing and operable observing systems and sensors. Delivery Date: August 2014

 WP2: Integrated basis for cost-effective censors development

  • D2.1 Analysis of relevant technical issues and deficiencies of the existing sensors and related initiatives currently set and working in marine environment. New                         generation technologies for cost-effect. Delivery Date: August 2014
  • D2.2 Procedures of sensors deployment methodology on physical supports/platforms. Delivery Date: June 2014
  • D2.4 Sensor monitoring strategy. Delivery Date: February 2015

WP3: Common Sensor Web Platform

  • D3.1 Common Sensor Web Platform Strategy and Architecture. Sensor Data Acquisition. Delivery Date: December 2014
  • D3.2 Sensor Data Management Module, including Sensor Data Management Module Specification. Delivery Date: October 2015
  • D3.3 Sensor Data Processing and Conversion Tools, semantic framework and standard sensor web service. Delivery Date: February 2016
  • D3.4 Sensor Web Platform Testing and Evaluation Report. Delivery Date: April 2016

WP9: Field Testing

  • D9.2 Field testing, Validation and Optimization report. Delivery Date: December 2016

WP10: Dissemination and Knowledge Management


EC flag The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7 /2007-2013) under grant agreement no 614155. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the European Union cannot be held responsible for any use which maybe made of the information contained therein.