DELIVERABLES

WP1

D1.1 Report on Management Procedures
The report on management procedures describes the project’s collaborative cloud-based partner space (Intranet), the storage space to be secured for sampler / sensor specification details to facilitate integration and collaborative deployments and the project management toolkit.

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D1.2 External Advisory Board Report 1
An annual report and evaluation provided by the External Advisory Board providing their overall assessment of NAUTILOS and advice on the future direction of the project. The following deliverable is be the report following their meeting after MM3 in M12.

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D1.3 Data Management Plan
The Data Management Plan (DMP) of the project is written, in compliance with the H2020 Data Management Guidelines, also based on inputs from WP8. It outlines a data management policy, including data to be generated by the project, its potential exploitation, curation and preservation. Additionally, in line with the principles of Open Access to research data and publications generated through H2020 programmes, NAUTILOS participates in the Open Research Data Pilot carried out by the European Commission.

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D1.4 Quality Plan
NAUTILOS Quality Plan describes the quality processes and procedures to be adopted within NAUTILOS. It provides a detailed presentation of the quality management process procedures and timing – quality review, deliverable review, peer reviews, stage- gate reviews and the deadlines for each. There are sections on risk management, issues management, quality of the communication. The following deliverable represents the initial version of the plan.

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D1.10 Data management plan
An update to Data Management Plan

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WP2

D2.1 A review and prospectus of the mandate for marine environmental monitoring systems: technology challenges and opportunities
This report compiles the outcomes of the work performed in Task 2.1 (Political and societal drivers and requirements), informing on the potential of evolving trends in technological progress in advancing contemporary marine environmental monitoring practices and examining the role any resulting changes in established operating paradigms could play in shaping the socio-political framework defining ocean observing needs at the global and European levels.

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D2.2 Document describing technical requirements required for sensors in WP3 and WP4
Review of technical requirements for marine sensor systems and the evaluation and establishment of technical requirements for NAUTILOS based on the need to ensure compatibility, modularity, and durability. Cost-savings and manufacturing scalability are considered.
D2.3 Integrated ICD - Interface Control Document for partners’ vehicles, platforms and infrastructure
The document compiles all relevant information for 1) technical requirements and specifications for sensors and samplers developed in this project, 2) Standard sensor and system specifications including sensor electronics, mechanics, material selection, biofouling, communication systems, protocols, data management, analytics, and 3) Sensor integration requirements: platform-independent, use of standards (e.g. communication protocols), low-power, cost-effectiveness (low man power demand).

WP3

D3.1 Report and fabrication of a dissolved oxygen sensors based on fluorescence quenching
Report and fabrication of a dissolved oxygen sensors based on fluorescence quenching: a novel system based on the direct measurement of the fluorescence time decay constant will be developed; the exponential decay of the fluorescence will be measured without any exciting light source, eliminating the need for a selective filtering; a high-performance time-to-digital converter will be used to extrapolate fluorescence time constant and hence dissolved oxygen concentration.

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WP5

D5.1 Report on “Novel multi-platform cooperative network integration”

Report on “Novel multi-platform cooperative network integration”. It will describe the common interface protocol for communications, according to standards – acoustic (underwater)/RF (surface) communications. The JANUS international standard will be adopted for acoustics underwater communication.

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D5.8 Data sheet of final animal towed tagging system with O2 sensor

Data sheet of final animal towed tagging system with O2 sensor.

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WP8

D8.1 Technical documentation and operational field primary data capture systems
The deliverable will be a report discussing the available tools for guaranteeing that project documents will be achieved, and long-term publicly available and referable. Services and tools such as SEANOE, Zenodo, ResearchGate, etc., will be considered and discussed. Finally, the deliverable will define a method to be applied to the project documents (according to the disclosure document level).

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D8.2 Report on “Novel multi-platform cooperative network integration”

Report on “Novel multi-platform cooperative network integration”. It will describe the common interface protocol for communications, according to standards – acoustic (underwater)/RF (surface) communications. The JANUS international standard will be adopted for acoustics underwater communication.

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D8.3 Data management workflow

The deliverable will be a report describing common methods for parameter-platform management, from collection (and procedures for data quality insurance) to dissemination by making data available and linkable to other European Infrastructure such as EMODnet, CMEMS, SeaDataNet etc. as well as European directives (e.g. INSPIRE). To this aim, standards such as controlled vocabularies for metadata will be discussed and adopted.
In case of new data for which a harmonized workflow is not yet consolidated, NAUTILOS will design it and interact with other initiatives (e.g EMODnet Ingestion) designed to collect and store new and orphan data.The deliverable will be a report describing common methods for parameter-platform management, from collection (and procedures for data quality insurance) to dissemination by making data available and linkable to other European Infrastructure such as EMODnet, CMEMS, SeaDataNet etc. as well as European directives (e.g. INSPIRE). To this aim, standards such as controlled vocabularies for metadata will be discussed and adopted.
In case of new data for which a harmonized workflow is not yet consolidated, NAUTILOS will design it and interact with other initiatives (e.g EMODnet Ingestion) designed to collect and store new and orphan data.

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D8.5 Interoperability services and catalogues

To guarantee the maximal visibility of the NAUTILOS project products a dedicated catalogue will collect and list the produced data products. There are different tools and services to set up catalogues e.g. Sextant, GeoNetwork, EPOS, etc. The report will discuss pros vs. cons of the available solutions and identify the best option for the project. The catalogue will also be linked with dissemination tools/channels such as ERDAPP or THREDDS that will guarantee easy interoperability and up to date machine-to-machine services. The document will discuss the technical implementation of this solution.

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D8.6 Model approach implementation and specifications
D8.6 specifies the model setup structures, data sources and simulation procedures for the three modelling pilot sites (Coast of Algarve, Med Sea and Fjord system). Additionally, the deliverable will provide the results of the nature runs created, with detailed evaluation of quality and error assessment, through rigorous validation procedures using both existent observation data (e.g EMODNET / CMEMS) and observation data made available by NAUTILUS when applicable.

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D8.7 Fully developed Graphic User Interface
This deliverable will consist of the deployment of the Project’s web portal through which the storage and management of the integrated data regarding NAUTILOS, and the services defined and implemented during Task 8.4 will be organized. The tools and services for data management and visualization will be planned and implemented in close connection with end-users requirements..

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D8.8 Citizen Science tools and Interface
This deliverable will consist of the specific tools and interface for supporting the Citizen Science Campaigns, to integrate the data produced during these activities (see Task 12.2) within the web portal. The interface, realized in Task 8.4, will be based on geo-referenced maps indicating, for instance, plastic litter data. An accompanying report with the guidelines for the usage of these tools and interface will be produced.

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D8.9 Automatic image analysis tools
This deliverable will consist of the implementation of image analysis tools based on methods and algorithms designed explicitly to perform different automatic classifications. These tools will be used and applied both on already available and acquired images during the project. An accompanying report describing the tools will be produced.

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WP10

D10.1 Outreach, Communication and Dissemination Strategy
The following report will outline the communication and dissemination strategy and actions that will be implemented throughout the project’s lifetime in order to achieve the project’s widest promotion, greatest visibility and awareness to the external audiences with a particular emphasis on citizen science campaigns.

The Communication and Dissemination Plan will provide the framework and structure of all project information, communication and activities; will define the communication goals, the objectives and timelines; will allocate responsibilities on a per partner level and define a set of key performance indicators (KPIs) for the quantification and measurement of the communication and dissemination activities’ success.

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D10.2 NAUTILOS Project Website

The project’s website will be created by M4 and will function at least 2 years after the project’s end. It will include:
1) public area – the public area will provide information on the project, the consortium, the project results (including public deliverables etc.) and KER, topic related information, news and links, past and upcoming events, social media links.
2) private area – to facilitate the dialogue and exchange of information within the consortium, hold all the reference documentation that partners will need during the project.

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WP11

D11.1 NAUTILOS Exploitation Strategy
The deliverable will provide the Exploitation Plan and IPR Management Strategy of NAUTILOS. It will outline access rights and IPRs (Background, Foreground, Sideground, Postground, Access Rights), risk analysis and mitigation measures, complete review of current open source and open hardware licenses outlining application to the project scope.

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