Here is a list of some of the deliverables produced by the project:
- Data management plan (D1.1)
The HEART project focuses on how to personalize mobile health coaching applications by involving the end user and tailoring the application to individual needs (i.e. putting the user at the HEART of the system). The scientific objectives of the HEART project are to analyse, process, protect, and facilitate personal health data, and integrate all data in an activity recognition platform. The most relevant research questions are (1) how to ensure the data analysis, while minimizing the amount of required data, (2) how to trade-off between local (in-network) data processing and in-cloud processing, (3) how to coherently protect the data and assure privacy, security and legal requirements, and (4) how to facilitate data gathering by mapping the needs and preferences of Chinese consumers to personal health wellbeing tools and technologies from Europe. In order to automatically recognize a person’s activities, the HEART project must gather and process sensitive personal data.
- Report on initial conceptualisation of the 6 ESRs research project correlations according to users’ needs (D1.2)
This deliverable takes into account the various interaction and intersection among the 6 ESRs research project, based on user needs.The deliverable is the result of: Interaction between Academic institutions (UniMC and KU Leuven) and Philips, involving all the team of supervisors and ESRs, on the use cases to be analysed and included in the focus of the Heart project; debate and interaction among ESRs, under the supervision of members of the supervisors’ board.
- A comprehensive literature review and research gaps in all the different specific disciplines of HEART (D1.3)
This document gives an overview of the State-of-the-art literature for each ESR. This is a document in progress and will always be that way. State-of-the-art is something which evolves.
- Common interdisciplinary approach (D4.1)
In this document the interdisciplinary approach applied to the HEART project is described with reference to the 6 ESRs’ research activities.
- Report on shared training approach, including Career Development plan (D5.2)
This deliverable describes the shared training approach to be used during the project duration: main contents, methodology, timing. It also includes procedures for monitoring, reporting and evaluation of the training provided within HEART. Personal career development plans are listed as attachments.
- Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation Plan (D6.1)
This plan summarises the HEART strategy to communicate the HEART project and to disseminate, protect and exploit the results generated by the project. This Plan also serves as a guideline to the Consortium for the communication, dissemination and exploitation activities to be carried out in the context of the project.