A promotion material of the project (a one page article) has been prepared to launch on the Website of the WBC-INCO-NET project, its news section, in September 2013.
An initial Website of the project providing the outline of the project and any results achieved so far (like research publications, software packages, etc.) has been developed and launched at the University of Prishtina server in September 2013.
The article entitled “Semantic Trends on Reasoning Over Sensor Data” will be published and is presented (http://www.seerc.org/dsc2013/) at the 8th Annual South-East European Doctoral Student Conference (DSC 2013) held on 16 to 17 September 2013 in Thessaloniki, Greece. [Download]
The Web portal with simulated water quality data has also been developed starting in January 2013, and ready to get launched and made public for a wider audience, as well as for water authorities once real data gathered from the WSN system.
University of Prishtina (UP) & Hydro-Meteorological Institute of Kosovo (HMIK) visited Tyndall for two days November 26th to 27th, 2012, as coordinated since Tyndall visit to Prishtina for the brainstorming seminar. The UP & HMIK team in the visit consisted of two staff members of UP, one from Computer Engineering (CE) and Hydro-technic (HT) departments each, one PhD students of UP/CE, and the HMIK director. The on-site visit to the facilities of the WSN deployment system in the River Lee in Cork was part of the agenda. An overview on the on-going research in Tyndall by the WSN team was also presented during the visit. A common Skype meeting while in Tyndall with all partners took place to harmonize the requirements specification of the WSN system in the river Sitnica towards a final version.