SMARTVillages

Smart digital transformation of villages in the Alpine Space

The DIGITAL EXCHANGE PLATFORM (DEP) 

Webinars on the DEP results and functionalities

One of the deliverables and core activities of the SmartVillages Alpine Space project, driven during 3 years from 2018 to 2021 was the creation of a Digital Exchange Platform, to be used between partners and among all smart villages stakeholders in the whole european alpine space and beyond. That platfotm has been released, with a lot of functionalities and different more or less successful usecases. It is free to use at https://smart-villages.eu

In the webinar "Open Data and Smart Villages Digital Exchange Platform" is presented a very quick overview of what is open data, what you can find as open datasets in our digital exchange platform, and how you can easily read it, export it, visualize it and analyze it.

In the webinar "THE SMARTVILLAGES' DIGITAL EXCHANGE PLATFORM: Example of Data Analysis" In this video, we show how to proceed to analyze the data stored in our system. In fact, we make an overview of the API as well as several examples in which an external user could build its own scripts to analyze and perform data mining in our database. We show several examples concerning the calculation of rankings, calculation of the similarity between villages, and detection of valid data entries.

DELIVERABLES
  • Database and final database report 0.97 mb

    This is a report of the database and the backend that support the functionality of the DEP (Digitl Exchange Platform)

  • Synthesis: online discussion tools and thematic groups 0.17 mb

     

  • Make your own Smartvillages community alive 0.56 mb

    ASP623 Smart Villages Alpine Space project, driven during 3 years from 2018 to 2021 has relied a lot on the concept of community. During those 3 years in our test areas we have developped relationships though regional stakeholder groups and we have implemented actions in our test areas. All that work has been based on a strong collaboration among our partnership, 12 different structures around european alpine area. That’s why we want to share the lessons learned through all that project and processes about the animation of our transnational community and mainly about local stakeholder groups.

  • Long term DEP dissemination strategy report 0.45 mb

    One of the deliverables and core activities of Smart Villages project, was the creation of a Digital Exchange Platform, to be used between partners and among all smart villages stakeholders in the whole european alpine space and beyond. That platfotm has been released, with a lot of functionalities and different more or less successful usecases. It is free to use at https://smart-villages.eu Now, near from the end of project, it’s time to get the lessons from that DEP creation and use and to have a look at what we should do to ensure the durability of that DEP and a real use among all those communities in order to help the development of Smart Villages initiatives.

  • MANUAL FOR THE USE OF THE DIGITAL EXCHANGE PLATFORM 3.78 mb

    This is a manual to accompany the use of the Digital Exchange Platform, created within the EU Smart Villages Project. On the platform, users can assess the level of smartness for their place of living, as well as read and upload good practices of smartness. The homepage is accessible at https://smart-villages.eu. On the homepage, you can find several sections to explore.

  • DETAILED SPECIFICATION AND BACKLOG DOCUMENT FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DEP 1.52 mb

    This report showcases the specification for the implementation of the Smart Villages Digital Exchange Platform (DEP), which focuses on the smartness evaluation process and the connection between the outcomes of WP T1 (smartness concept, smartness assessment, good practices) and WP T3 (Toolbox methods and methodologies) and their integration into the DEP (WP T2 output).                                                                                                                     Target groups: Technicians and sytem administrators of regional public authority, national public authority, higher education and research, sectoral agency, interest groups including NGOs, SME, infrastructure and (public) service provider. 

  • DEP CONCEPTS AND NEEDS ANALYSIS REPORT 2.04 mb

    This report uses the WP1 outcomes (data sources, smartness concept, RSGs needs) and binds them with possible elements of the Digital Exchange Platform (DEP).                                                                                      Target groups: Technicians and sytem administrators of regional public authority, national public authority, higher education and research, sectoral agency, interest groups including NGOs, SME, infrastructure and (public) service provider.

  • DEP TECHNICAL ARCHITECTURE REPORT 0.99 mb

    The technical architecture report outlines the best possible solution for the long-term architectural backbone of the Digital Exchange Platform (DEP) and gives answers to the questions raised in the concept and needs analysis report.                                                                     Target groups: Technicians and sytem administrators of regional public authority, national public authority, higher education and research, sectoral agency, interest groups including NGOs, SME, infrastructure and (public) service provider.

  • VADEMECUM - Build your own Digital Exchange Platform for SmartVillages Community 0.85 mb

    That guide aims at providing and documenting some methodological and technical elements towards groups wanting to create their own digital exchange platform (DEP). Those platforms could be at different territorial scales and could concern quite different topics. That guide is based on the experience of the Smart Villages DEP structuration process.                                                                                             Target groups: local public authority, regional public authority, national public authority, higher education and research, sectoral agency, interest groups including NGOs, SME, infrastructure and (public) service provider.