Report on the scenario-based workshops and the refinement of the CRISP Methodology: Deliverable 5.2 for the CRISP project

Leon Hempel, Nathalie Hirrschman, Tatsiana Haponava, Roger Von Laufenberg, Simone Wurster, Kush Wadhwa, Thordis Sveinsdottir, Paul De Hert, Irene Kamara, Cristina Pauner, Jorge Viguri, Rosario Garcia, Jelena Burnik

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Abstract

The focus of this WP 5 report is on the documentation of four scenario-based workshops and its effect on the further project research. The starting point for these scenario-based workshops was the CRISP Methodology beforehand developed, which was presented in deliverable 5.1, the first deliverable report of WP 5. The scenario-based workshops aimed to test and discuss this CRISP Methodology in more detail with multifunctional stakeholders by using (real and fictional) case examples and different application areas such as drones, CCTV, border control security and furthermore a service offer for the application area of household security.
In conclusion, the stakeholder’s feedback was used for further validation activity and led to a refinement of the CRISP Evaluation and Certification Methodology. The refined methodology presented in this report serves as the basis for the forthcoming project research.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherEuropean Commission
Commissioning bodyEuropean Commission - Directorate General for Research and Innovation
Number of pages58
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2016

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