Project Deliverables

All public project deliverables already sent to the European Commission are presented in here.

D5.1 - Landscaping & Methodology for Overall Deployment Strategy

This report presents the Deliverable 5.1 “Landscaping & Methodology for Overall Deployment Strategy”. The report is split into two parts: D5.1A and D5.1B, with Section A giving a methodology or framework for the way in which the deployment strategy will be assembled, and Section B detailing the landscape of marine transport, energy, aquaculture and leisure for the overall deployment strategy.

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Publication date07/29/2012

D2.1.- Report on methodology, evaluation matrix and overall constraints

This report presents the Deliverable 2.1 “Report on methodology, evaluation matrix setup, and overall design constraints”. In an initial section, the document summarizes the gathered information on existing or planned multi-use floating platform concepts. Following this, the TEAL (Transport, Energy, Aquaculture, Leisure) component decision methodology is defined in three proposed levels of approach. The technologies, uses and requirements to be considered for each of the TEAL components are described. Compatibility levels between each component are established. The deliverable configures the main tools in order to analyse the main constraints and synergies between platform components.

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Publication date07/12/2012

D7.2 - Project Website First Release

This document is a report to show the Project Web Site First Release. Its purpose is to explain the visual identity of the webpage, its contents and the associated dissemination tools.

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Publication date05/30/2012

D7.3 - Communication Plan

The purpose of the Communication, Dissemination and Technology Transfer Action Plan is to formalize all dissemination actions planned for the project, to provide guidelines on the approach and to set out the key dates associated with planned events.

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Publication date05/30/2012

D8.1 - Scientific & Technical Coordination Guidelines

Deliverable 8.1 of the TROPOS project provides guidance on the formatting and presentation of scientific reports and other deliverables being produced by the project team. The ”style guide” draws on best practice from ISO/IEC standards and major academic journals it is not intended to be prescriptive but should ensure that deliverables have a consistent look and feel. The report also describes the process and procedures used for the monitoring and quality control of deliverables. The processes are based on the PRINCE2 project management approach.

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Publication date05/30/2012

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