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Dissemination, Communication and Exploitation

Scheduled meetings and workshops updated August 2021

Exploitation

Socio-economic benefits is an essential key to promote and foster competitiveness in the framework of the H2020 programme. Indeed, the SensMat project integrates actions on dissemination and exploitation activities within a dedicated work package. These activities will quantify and evaluate the impact expected from the project.

The Key Exploitable Results (KERs) methodology is used, in-line with recommendations of H2020 guidelines.

With all information obtained within this work, partners will be able to identify which is the more exploitable KER to develop a common business plan. In addition, they will have a global view of what the target market, potential competitors in the sector, Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) barriers and major risks are, among other aspects.

Finally, this methodology provides a guide to define an action list which should be followed to achieve the new business goals. These actions will be reflected in a road-map that also describes the linkages between them.

In addition, SensMat aims to define a parallel and complementary approach to evaluate the impact generated by the “indirect values”. This activity will make partners aware of other potential benefits, side needs coming from the feedback of future end-users of developed solutions and service. The main idea is to not consider the end-user in a passive role but to involve them in the add-value creation by exploiting opportunities jointly. This “clustering” aims to support a new approach on the technology evaluation within actual and future paradigms, in order to combine different and cross-sectorial results that share the same scope to facilitate and maximize the overall impact, additional added value, better exploitation and sectorial competitiveness.

Publications

                    • I.El Masri, B.Lescop, P.Talbot, G. Nguyen Vien, J.Becker, D.Thierry, S.Rioual
                      “Development of a RFID sensitive tag dedicated to the monitoring of the environmental corrosiveness for indoor applications”
                      Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical; Volume 322, 1 November 2020, 128602
                      https://doi.org/10.1016/j.snb.2020.128602
                    • S.Rioual, B.Lescop, J.Pellé, G.De Alkmim Radicchi, G.Chaumat, M-D.Bruni, J.Becker and D.Thierry
                      “Monitoring of the Environmental Corrosivity in Museums by RFID Sensors: Application to Pollution Emitted by Archeological Woods”
                      Sustainability 2021, 13, 6158
                      https://doi.org/10.3390/su13116158</a
                    • S.Gambarelli et J.Ozbolt
                      “3D hygro-mechanical meso-scale model for wood”
                      Construction and Building Materials, Volume 311, 13 December 2021, 125283
                      https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2021.125283
                    • G. Domènech-Gil et D. Puglisi
                      “Benefits of virtual sensors for air quality monitoring in humid conditions”
                      Sensors & Actuators: B. Chemical, Volume 344, October 2021, 130294
                      https://doi.org/10.1016/j.snb.2021.130294
                    • G. Domènech-Gil, M. Rodner, J. Eriksson et D. Puglisi
                      “Temperature Cycled Operation and Multivariate Statistics for Electronic-Nose Applications Using Field Effect Transistors”
                      Proceedings, Volume 56, 2020, 37
                      https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2020056037