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Work packages structure

To carry out the project, we have divided the work into six Work Packages (WPs). The relations between the workpackages are illustrated here below.


inEvent is built up of 4 different Research and Technological Development (RTD) WPs plus a WP for Management and a WP for Dissemination and Technology Transfer.
Each work package will be led by one partner (in collaboration with an adjunct leader), selected based on experience and expertise in the area.

The technical components needed for achieving an archiving and retrieval system which is capable of preserving multimedia events are part of WP1 to WP4. WP4 will also assemble the technical components into a single application and make an evaluation of this prototype. All technological components will be developed based on guidance provided by WP4 as user requirements and scenarios. The dissemination work package (WP5) will make sure that the achievements of the different working packages will be exploited and disseminated. WP4 and WP5 will also strongly benefit from the involvement of a inEvent Community of Users, providing usercentric evaluation and feedbacks. The cost of running the Community of Users (workshops, etc), will be taken from the global Dissemination and Technology Transfer. Finally, the management work package (WP6) will oversee the progress of all these work packages and will steer the direction of the individual work packages where needed.

The six Work Packages (WPs) are the followings:



EU Project

Networked Media and Search Systems

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 287872”.