The overall structure of the work plan is presented with work packages and tasks and their relationships. The overall structure is given in Figure 1. Overview of work packages. Figure 1 – Overview of work packages.

The whole effort consists of seven work packages. The duration of the project will be 36 months. The work packages are following:

WP 1: Architecture and platform
  • Objectives: 
    • To design the SWAMP system architecture
    • To integrate the extended IoT baseline (WP2) and the water management services (WP3) into the SWAMP smart water management platform
    • To ensure plug-and-play deployment and low-effort maintenance

 

  • Deliverables
    • D1.1: Initial SWAMP architecture specification
    • D1.2: Initial SWAMP core platform
    • D1.3: Deployment and management services
    • D1.4: Final SWAMP platform
WP 2: Data collection and storage extensions
  • Objectives
    • Using drones as data collection tools and sensor platforms
    • Using drones as a mean to forward the data from IoT nodes to cloud services
    • Developing new IoT nodes both for monitoring and control for water distribution and irrigation systems
    • Adapt and extend  IoT platforms for water management purposes

 

  • Deliverables
    • D2.1: IoT Communication and Storage Substrate
    • D2.2: Drone gateway platform specifications
    • D2.3: Abstraction layer for drone autonomous mission execution
    • D2.4: Virtual entity extensions for smart water management
    • D2.5: Final data collection and storage services
    • D2.6: IoT Device for water management specification
WP 3: Estimation and Optimisation Services
  • Objectives
    • To develop services for precision irrigation and water management based on data fusion and data analytics
    • To provide accurate situation information for farmers and water management organisations through estimations of water consumption and supply
    • To provide services for the optimisation of water distribution
  • Deliverables
    • D3.1: Water need estimation
    • D3.2: Optimization for water irrigation
    • D3.3: Water distribution service
WP 4: End user applications
  • Objectives
    • To design, implement, and test prototype mobile applications used by the end users in pilots in WP5
  • Deliverables
    • D4.1: Value proposition specification
    • D4.2: Smart Precision Irrigation application
    • D4.3: Smart water management application
WP 5: Pilots
  • Objectives
    • To specify, design, instantiate, execute, assess, evaluate and analyze pilots

 

  • Deliverables
    • D5.1 Pilot specification report
    • D5.2 Pilot infrastructure implementations
    • D5.3 Pilot execution report
    • D5.4 Pilot requirement assessment and recommendation report
    • D5.5 Pilot infrastructure assessment and recommendation
    • D5.6 Pilot evaluation report

 

WP 6: Impact creation measures
  • Objectives
    • To support the impact objectives of the SWAMP project
    • Dissemination of results to relevant pilot domains stakeholders and to IoT R&D community
    • Communication of ideas and achievements regulation and policy making, and users
    • Supporting the exploitation, by highlighting the business possibilities and opportunities

 

  • Deliverables
    • D6.1 Dissemination plan
    • D6.2 Communication plan
    • D6.3 Intermediate dissemination and communication activity report
    • D6.4 Final dissemination and communication activity report
    • D6.5 Exploitation plan
    • D6.6 Exploitation activity report
    • D6.7 Internal workshop on innovation and exploitation
WP 7: Management
  • Objectives
    • To guarantee the effective implementation of the project, consisting of administrative, financial, technical, quality, risk, innovation, knowledge, and IPR management and communication between EU and Brazil funding authorities

 

  • Deliverables
    • D7.1: Quality and risk management plan
    • D7.2: Data Management Plan
    • D7.3: Plan for managing knowledge and IPR