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The REACTION project is a 4-year project started in 2010. It is partly funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme in the area of Personal Health Systems under Grant Agreement no. 248590

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The Reaction project has planned an extensive series of deliverables documenting the project results. A large number of these deliverables are available to the public and can be downloaded from the web site using the menu to the left. Please note, that access to the download area requres registration.

The following list containts deliverables planned up to and including M48 of the project.

Deliverable title Delivery

D1.1 Project Initiation Document M1 R CO  
D1.2 Project Quality & Risk Management Plan M1 R CO  
D1.3 Quarterly progress reports for the commission M3+3 R CO  
D1.4 Plan for managing knowledge and intellectual property M9 R CO  
D1.5 Periodic activity, management and financial reports M12+12 R CO  
D1.6 Final report on activity, management and outcome M48 R CO  
D2.1 Scenarios for usage of HYDRA in 3 different domains M5 R PU  
D2.2 Initial technology watch report M4 R PU  
D2.3 Initial regulatory-standards watch report M4 R PU  
D2.4 Initial market watch report M4 R CO  
D2.5 Initial requirements report M6 R RE  
D2.6 Validation framework M9 R RE  
D2.7 Updated requirements report M18, M30 R PU  
D2.8 Updated watch report M18, M30 R PU  
D3.1 Existing applications, services, devices and standards M5 R PU  
D3.2 Updated systems requirement report M12+6 R RE/PU  
D3.3 Draft of architectural design specification M8 R RE  
D3.4 Initial architectural design specification M18 R PU  
D3.5 Updated State of the Art M19 R RE/PU  
D3.6 Data Acquisition Component Report M20 R RE  
D3.7 Grid Architecture Report M21 R RE  
D3.8 Context Awareness Report M21 R RE  
D3.9 Updated System Architecture Report M22, M34 R RE  
D3.10 Final Data Acquisition Report M30 R RE  
D3.11 Final Context Awareness Report M30 R RE  
D4.1 Technical requirements specification M10 R PU  
D4.2 Embedded service SDK prototype and report M18, M24 R PU  
D4.3 Self-* properties SDK prototype and report M18, M30 P CO  
D4.4 Embedded AmI components prototype M20, M30 P CO  
D4.5 QoS-enabled Hydra middleware M24 P CO  
D5.1 Communication infrastructure requirements M7 R RE  
D5.2 Wireless communications M12 P RE  
D5.3 Draft of Wireless Network Implementation Description M18 R RE  
D5.4 Draft of Wireless Devices Integration Description M18 R RE  
D5.5 Device-to-Device Communication M18 R RE  
D5.6 Draft of Network Security Implementation Description M18 R RE  
D5.7 Wireless Network SDK Prototype M20 P RE  
D6.1 Quality Attribute Scenarios – technical requirements M17, M29 R RE  
D6.2 MDA Design Document M18 R PU  
D6.3 Semantic Web Services Design document M18 R PU  
D6.4 Ontologies Prototype M20 P RE  
D6.5 SoA middleware components prototype M20 P RE  
D7.1 Updates of security requirement specification M20, M28 R RE  
D7.3 Security architectural models design specification M17 R RE  
D7.4 Enhanced Prototypes of security & privacy managers M14, M22 P RE  
D7.5 Hydra Security Meta Model (update of D7.2) M23 R RE  
D7.6 Impact of architectural security implications (update of D7.3) M24 R RE  
D8.1 Test Plan M10 R RE  
D8.2 Integration Plan M20 R RE  
D8.3 Integrated Platform for SDK Demonstrator M22 R RE  
D9.1 Hydra middleware development platform M8 P CO  
D9.2 Application one prototype requirements M8 R PU  
D9.3 Application two prototype requirements M12 R PU  
D9.4 Application three prototype requirements M12 R PU  
D9.5 Application one demonstrator (Proof of concept) M12 P CO  
D9.6 SDK Demonstrator M24 P CO  
D10.1 Validation Plan for Demonstrators M20 R PU  
D10.2 Validation Report for SDK Demonstrator M26 R PU  
D10.3 Validation Report for DDK Demonstrator M38 R PU  
D10.4 Validation Report for IDE Demonstrator M48 R PU  
D10.5 Business modelling concepts M18 R RE  
D10.6 Business models for Hydra middleware M30 R RE  
D12.1 Internal technology workshops teaching material M4 R RE  
D12.2 External developers workshops teaching material M18 R PU  
D12.3 External business modelling teaching material M18 R PU  
D12.4 Combined Internal Training Material M24 R RE  
D12.5 External developers workshops teaching material M30 R RE  
D13.1 Project website M3 P PU  
D13.2 Dissemination strategy M6 R PU  
D13.3 Dissemination coordination platform M6 P RE  
D13.4 Plans for contribution to standardisation work M12 R PU  
D13.5 First draft of exploitation strategy Updated M12 R CO  
D13.6 Dissemination strategy M18 R PU  
D13.7 Intermediate Dissemination and feedback report M18, M30 R PU  
D13.8 Updated Exploitation Strategy M21 R RE  
D13.9 Report on projects connected to Hydra M24 R PU  
D13.10 Intermediate Standardisation Report M28 R RE  

[1] Deliverable numbers in order of delivery dates: D1.1 – D13.10

[2] Month in which the deliverables will be available. Month 0 marking the start of the project, all delivery dates relative to start date.

[3] The nature of the deliverable using one of the following codes: R = Report - P = Prototype - D = Demonstrator - O = Other

[4] The dissemination level using one of the following codes: PU = Public PP = Restricted to other programme participants (including the Commission Services). RE = Restricted to a group specified by the consortium (including the Commission Services). CO = Confidential, only for members of the consortium (including the Commission Services).