|WP leader||CIT (IR)|
|Partners||GTO, CEA-LETI, CEA-LIST, Worldline, Oberthur, InsightSiP, STM, ASTUS, IDATE, CIT, Tyndall, Tyco, IMA, Tlabs, IT, Beyond Vision|
The goal of Work Package 7 will be to meet project targets for pilot implementation of wearable computing scenarios in the selected IoT and Smart-City application domains, together with first QoS or QoE feedback reports. This will align to the special focus put on the Heath/Medical, Communication, Security/safety domains. The validation process in WP7 to support this objective will include several facets such as user panelization, fast-track prototyping, living labs, pre-deployment schemes in real working conditions.
WP7 will seek to achieve the following:
The project will address three key Smart City application domains:  eHealth,  Omni-channel shopping and  Mobility/Transport & Access Control.
H2O will apply an iterative and user centred design methodology (e.g. employing 3-5 users in frequent tests [Nielsen, J, Usability Engineering, 1993, Academic Press]). This means that end users will be involved all through the work and that designs and prototypes will be tested iteratively during most of the project. The H2O partnership will work in a situated way – i.e. whenever possible we will test in real settings and situations. The final project pilots will include 2-3 larger evaluations of our demonstration applications where a larger number of end users will be involved.
|Task ID||Task description|
|T7.1||Evaluation of User Requirements|
|T7.2||Assessment of Project Scenarios & Determine sites for demonstration, pilots, trials and engage with stakeholders|
|T7.3||Evaluate & Benchmark the new designs against previous systems, prototype iterations and user requirements.|
|T7.4||Development of Project Pilots|
|T7.5||Evaluation of Pilots|