Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
The CHORIST work breakdown structure includes several sub-projects (SP):
- a SP focused on alert system (SP2); including communications from the citizens
- a SP focused on communications to the citizens (SP3)
- a SP focused on communications on the crisis field (SP4).
These are completed with transversal sub-projects:
- a SP focused on engineering support for developments (SP1);
- a SP focused on integration and validation (SP5);
- a SP dedicated to project management, standardization, dissemination, impact & exploitation (SP0).
This makes a total of 6 sub-projects.
WBS level 1: Sub Projects
The following table presents the SPs with a short description.
|SP0||Management, standardisation, dissemination, impacts & exploitation||Includes project management and work coordination, management of knowledge, standard-related and dissemination activities, impact analysis, perspective assessment and results exploitation preparation.|
|SP1||Users inputs and overall engineering||Supporting SP to provide user inputs/guidance, requirements, system engineering, overall vision and coordination of SP developments.|
|SP2||Risk assessment report systems||Addresses alert systems, risk awareness, risk assessment and training for risk response preparation. Development and test of related ICT-based systems.|
|SP3||"Communication to the citizen" system||Addresses the design of messages to the citizens, as part of the crisis response, including human and cultural issues. Definition, development and test of a "communication to the citizen system" implementing message design, dispatching, formatting and carrying through selected communication channels.|
|SP4||Emergency telecommunications systems on crisis site||Definition, development and test of emergency field telecommunication systems with special focus on emergency network deployment capability and interoperability.|
|SP5||Integration, demonstration, assessment and recommendations||Integration of the ERME system technologies developed in the other SPs and validation through significant field trials. Demontration assessment and recommendations will be proposed for future work.|
WBS level 2: Work Packages
The Project SP structure is broken down into work packages within each SP. A total of 20 work packages. WPs are indicated in the following table and their planning is shown next table.
|SP||SP title||WP||WP title|
|SP0||Management, standardisation, dissemination, impacts & exploitation||WP01||Project management and coordination|
|WP02||Standardisation and dissemination activities|
|WP03||Impacts and exploitation|
|SP1||Users inputs and overall engineering||WP11||User Advisory Board (UAB) coordination|
|SP2||Risk assessment report systems||WP21||Environmental Risk Awareness (ERAW) system|
|WP22||Environmental Risk Assessment (ERAS) system|
|WP24||SP2 in-lab validation and assessment|
|SP3||Communication to the citizen system||WP31||Message design|
|WP33||SP3 in-lab validation and assessment|
|SP4||Emergency communication systems on crisis site||WP41||Telecom services definition|
|WP42||Rapidly deployable systems|
|WP43||Interoperability between narrowband and broadband systems|
|WP44||SP4 in-lab validation and assessment|
|SP5||Integration, demonstration, assessment and recommendations||WP51||System integration|
|WP53||Demonstration assessment and recommendations|
The overall planning of the project presenting the various phases of the project are presented on the following figure:
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