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TIC y tecnologías de sensores para presentar un proyecto a la convocatoria del fondo de cooperación regional 2018-01 de la EEA y Noruega. Búsqueda de empresas de ingeniería, ayuntamientos, instituciones de medioambiente y ONGs

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDBG20180521001
Publicado:
05/06/2018
Caducidad:
10/06/2018
Resumen:
Una universidad búlgara busca socios para participar en la convocatoria del fondo de cooperación regional 2018-01 de la EEA y Noruega. El objetivo del proyecto es utilizar las TIC para monitorización y cartografía ambiental y mejora del diálogo social en materia de medioambiente. El proyecto incluye la instalación de una red de dispositivos de IoT y redes LoRaWAN para monitorizar los parámetros de calidad del aire. Los datos serán recogidos en un área de procesamiento. Un enfoque de aprendizaje profundo se empleará para analizar la información disponible, pronosticar problemas potenciales y desarrollar directrices e informes para su mitigación. La universidad busca socios en los países balcánicos para completar el consorcio, especialmente compañías del sector de las TIC, ayuntamientos, instituciones de medioambiente y ONGs. El proyecto tendrá una duración de tres años.

Details

Tittle:
ICT and Sensor Technologies for Preservation of Environment Project proposal under EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Regional Cooperation Call ICT engineering companies/municipalities/environmental institutions/NGO partners needed
Summary:
A Bulgarian university is looking for partners to participate in the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Regional Cooperation Call 2018-01. The project will focus on the use of ICT for monitoring and environmental mapping and on the improvement of social dialogue on environmental matters. Partners from the Balkan countries are needed to complement the project consortium - preferably ICT engineering companies, municipalities, environmental institutions or NGOs.
Description:
As the transboundary component of environmental, in particular air, pollution is significant, increased regional cooperation, exchange of information and joint efforts are important to abate the outstanding air pollution problems.
Cities in the Balkan region have recently been reported as having some of the highest air pollution concentrations out of all European cities. The project will therefore involve establishment of an open Balkan network of IoT devices and LoRaWAN gateways for monitoring air quality parameters. The data will be gathered to a processing area and a deep learning approach will be used for analysis of the available information, predictions on possible problems and generation of guidelines and reports for their mitigation. Tools for enabling society to understand the collected environmental information will also be elaborated.
The project consortium presently comprises of 2 research partners, an NGO and an expertise partner. The lead partner is a Bulgarian university having experts from the ICT, technical, environmental and social faculties in its project team. The university has an extensive international project background - both as a Lead and as a regular partner.
To complement the present project consortium, ICT engineering companies, municipalities, environmental institutions or NGOs from the Balkan countries are needed, more specifically from Greece, Republic of Serbia, Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and/or Turkey. The specific roles of the partners will be determined upon review of their expertise and project background.
In accordance with the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Regional Cooperation Call requirements, eligible consortia may submit a maximum of one concept note and consortium members may not participate in other project consortia under this call. More information about the call for proposals can be found at: https://eeagrants.org/The-EEA-and-Norway-Grants-Fund-for-Regional-Cooperation .
The envisaged project duration is 3 years.
Advantages and Innovations:
The project approach is novel for the Balkan region as it combines inexpensive sensor technologies, information and communication technologies, information products and services, analytical tools for empowering the target groups and stakeholders and citizen involvement.
Stage of Development:
Proposal under development

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
ICT engineering companies, municipalities, environmental institutions or NGOs from the Balkan countries are needed, more specifically from Greece, Republic of Serbia, Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and/or Turkey. Each partner shall have a number of gateways and sensors installed in selected locations in its city. The partner is also expected to have the collected environmental data from the city analysed and to organize a number of capacity building activities for target groups and stakeholders. All activities will be performed with the assistance and under the guidance of the research and expertise partners. Type of Partnership Considered: Research cooperation agreement
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
Bulgarian
English

Dissemination

Restrict dissemination to specific countries:
Albania
Bosnia And Herzegovina
Greece
Montenegro
Republic of Serbia
Turkey

Programme-call

Framwork Programme:
International cooperation
Evaluation Scheme:
Deadline for submission of EOIs - 10/06/2018 Deadline for submission of project concept notes - 01/07/2018 Deadline for partner registration in the EGREG system - 20/06/2018
Coordinator Required:
No
Deadline for Call:
01/07/2018