The NeMo project includes 9 work packages (WPs):
WP 1 – Actors’ needs and requirements
WP Leader: ICOOR
Description: WP1 defines all relevant electro mobility actors, study their needs and requirements and define adequate scenarios and use cases. It derives the functional and non-functional requirements for the NeMo Hyper-Network, including business and data privacy and security issues as well as requirements relevant to interoperability and regulatory issues. It also monitors the technology and market developments regarding ICT services, CPOs, DSOs, EMPs, OEMs, roaming platforms and current business models, so as to guide and align the project’s developments.
T1.1 Definition of actors and needs per actor
T1.2 Technology and market monitoring
T1.3 Scenarios and Use cases
T1.5 Interoperability and regulatory requirements
WP 2 –Specifications, Reference Architecture and Functional Design
WP Leader: GIREVE
Description: WP2 derives the Hyper-Network specifications regarding interfaces, data, services, security and privacy and will define the Hyper-Network Reference Architecture ensuring interoperability of tools and services. The functional design of the Hyper-Network is then conducted with emphasis on interoperability, openness, continuous service and access, roaming, security and privacy by design. WP2 also surveys and monitors electro-mobility and smart-grid standards and protocols for the Hyper-Network integration.
T2.1 Hyper-Network Specifications
T2.2 Hyper-Network Reference Architecture
T2.3 Functional Design of NeMo Hyper-Network
T2.4 ICT Standards and protocols for Hyper-Network integration
WP 3 – NeMo Data Management
WP Leader: ICCS
Description: WP3 designs a Common Information Model (meta-model) for each object relevant to the e-mobility domain and describes all the data required by the actors in a structured and normalised way, considering relevant existing standards. It also designs and develops an interoperable and open Data Management Domain, explores the development of “virtual sensors” and creates the necessary interfaces and data translators for all actors, as well as designing an open European Inter-Roaming protocol.
T3.1 NeMo Data management
T3.2 Data translators
T3.3 Smart processing and data management
T3.4 Design of open European Inter-Roaming protocol
T3.5 Common Information Models
WP4 – NeMo Hyper-Network design and development
WP Leader: IBM
Description: This WP performs the low-level design of the Hyper-Network and develops its core services (Service Delivery and Service Creation domains) as well as interface to the OEM backend for secure connection with the EV. It also develops a virtual pan-European eRoaming framework according to the protocol specified in WP3, by connecting existing eRoaming platforms.
T4.1 Low –level design of Hyper-Network
T4.2 Development of virtual pan-European eRoaming framework
T4.3 “Service delivery” domain
T4.4 “Service Creation” domain
T4.5 Interface to OEM backend
WP5 – Electro mobility actors’ services
WP Leader: Mosaic Factor
Description: WP5 develops horizontal smart services, namely a service finder, service rating and actors’ monitoring and profiling. These services are designed and developed on top of the NeMo Hyper-Network, to be integrated and add intelligence to other e-mobility services. Moreover, it provides a set of new and existing (adapted) electro-mobility services related to the electricity grid, to the EV and BMS as well as to the EV users.
WP6 – Integration and Validation
WP Leader: IDIADA
Description: WP6 focuses on the verification and validation of the NeMo concept and developments. To achieve this, several test sites have been selected to integrate all the project developments: Germany, France, Italy, Spain and Austria. Initially, the Hyper-Network will be deployed in each site and its full operational capabilities will be verified. As different scenarios will be defined for each test site, a specific methodology to evaluate the results will be determined using the same criteria and performance indicators. The on-field testing will be conducted in real conditions in each test site, including a Hakathon for developers, according to the dedicated methodology. The analysis of data collected will allow the validation of the project outcomes according to the requirements and the impact assessment of their market implementation. Finally, a cross-country demonstration event will be organized to demonstrate all the benefits of the NeMo Hyper-Network and of the services developed within this project. This will demonstrated by the same EVs travelling across different European countries, seamlessly using electro mobility services.
T6.1 System integration and technical verification
T6.2 Validation methodology and test scenarios
T6.3 Test sites set-up, integration and preparation
T6.4 Tests conduct, validation and impact assessment
WP7 – Deployment, business model, operational and organisational issues
WP Leader: Renault
Description: WP7 proposes the means to provide harmonised and coherent services among all electro mobility actors, and analyses and studies how to integrate this new service concept in a spread-out electro mobility Hyper-Network. For this, it will study novel business models and roll out processes for the new use cases, it will propose a regulatory framework for open service sharing in Europe and will form a Business Alliance for electro mobility from the project start.
T7.1 Global adoption methodology and measures
T7.2 Process and system to ensure quality and service level
T7.3 Actor value, business models and roll-out process of new use cases
T7.4 Regulatory requirements to ensure sustainability of electro mobility Hyper-Network
T7.5 Open Deployment and Implementation initiative
WP8 – Communication, Dissemination and Liaison
WP Leader: ERTICO – ITS Europe
Description: WP8 develops the Communication strategy and plan, communication materials, tools and channels. It coordinates open access papers and participation in scientific and industrial events. It also manages the NeMo Stakeholder forum and liaises with relevant national and international activities.
T8.1 Communication strategy and plan
T8.2 Communication tools and amplification of outreach
T8.3 Dissemination of foreground and events
T8.4 Stakeholder Forum and Liaison activities
WP9 – Management and WP10 – Ethics requirements
WP Leader: ICCS
Description: WP9 deals with the project administrative, technical, risk and innovation management. A separate WP10 is included to deal with European and national ethics requirements, including procedures for data collection, storage, protection, retention and destruction, as well as consent procedures, etc.
Subtasks (T) of WP9:
T9.1 Administration and financial coordination and planning
T9.2 Technical management
T9.3 Quality and risk management
T9.4 Innovation management