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Deliverable D6.1 - SHAPES Pan-European Pilot Campaign Plan

 
: Grigoleit, Sonja
: Desideri, Lorenzo; Andreou, Andreas; Mavromoustakis, Constandinos X.; Maguire, Rebecca; Cooke, Michael; Desmond, Deirdre; O'Sullivan, Ronan; Müller, Olaf; Franke, Philip; Brehm, Judith; Zurkuhlen, Alexia; Scott, Michael; Silva, Anabela G.; Ribeiro, Óscar; Santinha, Gonçalo; Paúl, Constança; Costa, Elísio; Rocha, Pedro; Silva, Renato; Teles de Sousa, Soraia; Villacañas, Óscar; Moreno, Evelyn; Ojanguren, Karina; Carretero, Maite; del Toro Garcia, Xavi; Santofimia Romero, Maria José; Stamatiadis, Vagelis; Gioulekas, Fotios; Gütter, Zdenek; Stybnar, Michal; Pesoutová, Markéta; Meier, Zdenek; Alapuranen, Nina; Sarlio-Siintola, Sari; Moran, Ciara

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Volltext urn:nbn:de:0011-n-6217681 (6.5 MByte PDF)
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Erstellt am: 27.1.2021


Euskirchen, 2020, 323 S.
European Commission EC
H2020; 857159; SHAPES
Smart and Health Ageing through People Engaging in supporting Systems
Englisch
Bericht, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer INT ()
evaluation methodology; large scale pilot campaign; healthy ageing

Abstract
This deliverable contains the strategy, evaluation methodology and planning of the SHAPES Pan-European Pilot Campaign. It builds on the persona and use cases developed in WP2 and is also the result of 33 teleconferences with the pilot leaders and replicating sites as well as the technical partners, numerous bilateral calls and hundreds of emails and chats to develop a clear picture of which technological tool or application will be tested under which pilot theme and at which pilot site to fulfil which need or objective and how this could be evaluated. Thus, as result this report contains the following information: 1. A summary of the methodology, how the SHAPES consortium develops personas, general use cases as well as the specific use cases of the pilot themes 2. The background, objectives and overarching evaluation criteria of each of the pilot themes. 3. The use cases of each of the pilot themes (including a general description, the involved technical partner and technological tools and applications, the pilot sites and their plans for leading or replicating this use case) 4. An extensive literature review on evaluation methodologies in large scale pilot projects 5. The evaluation methodology of the SHAPES project - The technological evaluation of the digital tools and applications on the basis of the user requirements - An evaluation of the impact of the SHAPES solution using the methodologies MAST, MAFEIP, MOMENTUM and NASSS - An internal evaluation of the pilot activities of the SHAPES pilot campaign 6. Qualitative and quantitative data collection methods as well as an overview table which data collection method will be applied for which use case 7. The planning of the SHAPES pilot campaign - Phase 1: scenario development and testing with medical experts &technology developers - Phase 2: Mock-up/ prototype validation with users - Phase 3: Hands-on experiments with and training of the user - Phase 4: The planning of the small-scale live demonstration - Phase 5: The planning of the large pan-European testing including also protocols, communication and dissemination activities, risk management and ethical considerations.

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