Main outputs in 2019
CROSSBOW project has reached a quite important milestone this 2019, reaching its Equador. So, what are the main new achievements of CROSSBOW during the last year?
- Successful culmination of the architecture and modelling work packages, where data models, standards and interoperability issueshave been analysed identifying the critical tipping-points defining a solid architecture to build CROSSBOW’s product and environment.
- The first version of the product prototypes has been delivered in 2019. The development process is structructured in a number of monthly sprints with two main iterations. The project has completed the first iteration and has faced the preliminar trials.
- End of integrated ecosystem lab testing where some initial features were deployed and tested for all CROSSBOW Products, such as real-time data reception and processing or user-friendly data visualization.
- Large advances on the deployment of all the technologies at each of the cluster pilots, ensuring that they will be ready by May 2020. The first version of the products will initiate a first round of demonstrations in January 2020, deploying and validating the most critical use cases.
- Demonstration planning took place in late 2019 in order to move the project into the field and start the demonstration phase,where CROSSBOW tools will be demonstrated all across the 8 pilot countries.