D4 Situation-aware Application creation for Smart-City and Smart Agriculture

The WP4 handles the development of applications leveraging the SALTED architecture
developed and implemented within the previous work packages. The development of
applications can hereby follow either a bottom-up or top-down approach. Depending on the
approach used, WP4 tasks include e.g. the selection of data sources, the derivation of
requirements for the SALTED Data Injection Toolchain (DIT) / Data Enrichment Toolchain (DET)
and the implementation of the applications themselves.
The applications developed within SALTED try not only to act as examples of the added-value
that arises through the usage of the SALTED architecture, but also intend to fit into the
framework of the European data strategy, promoting the goals formulated within the
framework of this strategy. In particular the overarching goal of strengthening the data economy
is a key goal set.
This document captures all developments and insights created and obtained during working
on the WP4, which results mainly in the description of the applications. For details regarding the
leveraged SALTED architecture the document refers to the D2.1. Similarly for details on data
sources and data injection and enrichment services the document refers to D1.1, D2.2
and D2.3.

This deliverable can be found in the following link.

It goes without saying that one of the key pillars of any project is the code behind the abstract definitions and architectures, and SALTED is no exception. One of our contributions is the release of open source code intended to facilitate future development, both for ourselves and for any interested third party.

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The SALTED GitHub repository is our chosen place for hosting the code developed within the project, and although the bulk of it will be released a few months from now, we are happy to announce that the repository is already full steam ahead.

Currently, the repository includes some forks related to our Smart Data Models contributions (such as the extensions and updates to DataServiceDCAT-AP and AgriParcel data models; or the creation of the new Organization and Data Quality Smart Data Models), a compendium of NGSI-LD wrapped contexts that enable automation of M2M information exchange with an NGSI-LD Context Broker. Besides, it also hosts two Python packages that streamline communication among the modules that compose SALTED's architecture.

Stay tuned!