During 17-18 October 2017, the U-Test project members gathered at the Technical University of Vienna (TUW) in the capital of Austria for their six general assembly (GA). We reviewed the latest status of all work packages, and made agreements on the key steps until the final project review in Brussels early next year.
Entering the last three months of the project, the GA in Vienna is well timed for the project members to review the latest progress, and plan the last steps to complete the remaining work. After nearly three years, the U-Test project has delivered remarkable research results, standardization initiatives, and tool chains. Technology transfer activities to the pilots of the project have been focused in the last year. At the GA, EGM demonstrated a new version of the testing tool chain U-CertifyIt. The entire U-Test consortium is keeping up the momentum of good work in all the remaining work packages until the end of the project. The year 2017 has also showed the remarkable efforts of project members in dissemination and exploitation activities to promote the project’s results and tool chains.
The sixth GA of U-Test consortium was successful. We have made agreements among all the partners on the key steps to complete the remaining work and prepare for the final project review early 2018. Many thanks to all the participants, and especially the great hospitality by the TUW team in Austria!
In the photo (from left to right): Phu Nguyen, Shaukat Ali, Julien Botella, Luca Berardinalli, Ben-Håkon Lauritzen, Maged Elaasar, Marc-Florian Wendland, Malin Hedman, Bruno Legeard, Tao Yue, Oscar Okariz, Karmele Intxausti, Andreas Hoffmann, Man Zhang, Waqar Ahmed, Martin Schneider, Cesar Cuevas, Hong-Linh Truong.