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RESOLVD has been organised in 9 work packages (WP).

The first 5 correspond to scientific and technological activities oriented to specify (WP1), develop (WP2, WP3, WP4) and validate (WP5) the technological achievements proposed in this research; whereas WP6 is focused on exploitation (business models analysis, standardisation) and innovation,

WP7 is devoted to dissemination and communication activities, WP9 focuses on ethics requirements and WP8 addresses coordination and management issues.

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Basic methodological principles to execute the project implies the following activities:

Analysis of requirements and specifications (WP1)

Definition of use cases and scenarios, scope and boundaries, overall functional and information requirements, analysis of associated business models and stakeholders interactions. Mapping of individual specification for involved technologies and integration and interoperability requirements according to SGAM.

Research and development of individual technologies (WP2, WP3)

Analytical studies and laboratory validation based on simulation and physical prototypes performing in a controlled environment for each technology. Specific methodological approaches will guide the execution of hardware (power electronics, batteries), software and computing tasks as is outlined below.

Integration and validation (WP4, WP5)

RESOLVD deals with software and hardware integration, together with other ICT requirements. Integration requires validation and testing in relevant environments and performance evaluation according to indicators.

Exploitation, business models and standardisation (WP6, WP7)

Interoperability analysis within subsystems and legacy systems based on the SGAM model (Figure 6a)) during the project execution and innovation management according to stakeholders’ participation. The final goal is to identify the true potential and value of the developed tools taking into account various stakeholder groups and creating a credible path towards commercialization.

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