ENVISION’s main objective is to provide a collaborative platform for sharing environmental models and services. Its corresponding pilot cases are used to test the benefits of the technologies developed in the project, but also to prove the usefulness of the platform in real situations and adjust it according to potential users’ necessities.
ENVISION community collaboration is defined through several workshops aimed at presenting the capabilities of the ENVISION platform to be used by non-ICT skilled users as decision support system for various environmental hazards management. During the last year of the project, ENVISION is organizing four end-user workshops (March, June, August, and November 2012), with the following goals: receive feedback on the ENVISION technologies from the community; validate ENVISION technologies in concrete pilot cases; Follow-up activities with potential end-users.
- End-user Workshop on “Real-time monitoring of Floods in Trans-boundary Context“ – Bucharest, Romania, November 13-14, 2012
- End-user Workshop on “Sharing Environmental Data and Models on the Web at BRGM“ – Orléans, France, August 28 (Session I) and September 23 (Session II), 2012
- End-user Workshop on “Sharing Environmental Data and Models on the Web“ – Oslo, Norway, June 18-19, 2012
- End-user Workshop on “Real-time monitoring of Floods in a Trans-boundary Context“ – Bucharest, Romania, March 13-14, 2012