EOSC-HUB INTEGRATING AND MANAGING SERVICES FOR THE EUROPEAN OPEN SCIENCE CLOUD
The EOSC-hub project creates the integration and management system of the future European Open Science Cloud that delivers a catalog of services, software and data from the EGI Federation, EUDAT CDI, INDIGO-DataCloud and major research e-infrastructures. This integration and management system (the Hub) builds on mature processes, policies and tools from the leading European federated e-Infrastructures to cover the whole life-cycle of services, from planning to delivery. The Hub aggregates services from local, regional and national e-Infrastructures in Europe, Africa, Asia, Canada and South America.
O1 Simplify access to a broad portfolio of products, resources and service provided by the major pan-European and international organizations through an open and integrated service catalog.
Year 2020: In 2020 the DataFurn platform validation was conducted with a group of 15 companies. These companies were part of the Spanish furniture value chain, so different activities were considered. Among these, validation was carried out with material suppliers (coatings, wood-boards and fittings), furniture manufacturers (bathroom, home and installations furniture) and furniture retailers. Most of companies are SMEs in the furniture sector, although a few large companies participated in the validation process. DataFurn platform and its main functionalities were presented in a meeting with the companies at AIDIMME's headquarters. In this meeting, the companies were introduced to the platform and an explanation about the goals and potential uses was performed. Most companies showed interest on DataFurn, although each company had a particular culture and use of Internet and social networks as marketing tools. Individual conversations were conducted with the firms later which was followed by an identification of the marketing or community manager when possible, in order to assess the potential benefits of DataFurn for each case. In the last step, focus was put on five companies that were more prone to taking profit from DataFurn. Most common professional profiles taking part in the validation process were sales managers, marketing managers and community managers.
2019 Year: AIDIMME is part of the Pilot 6 called Furniture Enterprise Analytics - DataFurn which aims at designing and deploying a furniture analytics PaaS that collects, analyses and visualises online content (from social media and blogs to online portals), detects useful product-related content, extracts relevant furniture product-service topics / features, monitors brand influence and customer interactions and early predicts furniture trends for the upcoming.
Year 2018: Requeriments definition. Questionnaires have been devised to interview product managers, PS designers and marketing managers. Questions relate to the daily activities that these professionals face every day at their current work and how they analyze online content, how they prioritize the online data sources, the type of functionalities they would like to have in a platform of these sort, and the type of features they would prioritize. From these questionnaires, a set of requirements have come up. In order to analyze them, a meeting took place in July with Suite5, our technical partners and main developers of the platform. The requirements had to be rephrased and sorted into different categories such as sentiment related, trends, collaboration, administrative, and non-functional. All requirements are also set as goals (desire), and geared towards an objective or purpose.
AIDIMME, EODC, UEDIN, ESDF, F6S NETWORK LIMITED, GEANT, GFZ, GRNET, GWDG, HIDRONAV, IASA, IDEGO, IFREMER, SAV, INGV, JISC, JUELICH, KIT, KOMA NORD, LIP, LNEC, MARIS, MEEO, MOX , MPG, MTA-SZTAKI, MU, NOA, PSNC, RASDAMAN, SIGMA2, SINERGISE, UU, SRCE, SCITECH, SUITE5, SURFSARA, TERRADUE, TRUST-IT,, ULG, LAGUC, UNIVERSIDAD DE SEVILLA, VUB, YOTTACLE, SINICA, STICHTING EGI - COORDINATOR, ACTION MODULERS, ASTRON, BBMRI-ERIC, BSC, UKAEA, CEA, CERN, CESNET, CINECA, CINES, CIRMMP, CLARIN, CLOUDFERRO, CMCC, CNR-IASI, CNRS, CSIC, DTU, DKRZ, EAA, ECOHYDROS, ECRIN, EISCAT, EMBL-EBI, INFN, CSC, ACK CYFRONET,
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 777536. TOTAL: € 30.000.000 - AIDIMME: € 76.688,76
Thanks to its support and signature of the "declaration of participation" the project has been funded.
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