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Technical Meeting in London, November 15-16, 2018

technical meeting

A technical meeting took place in London on November 15-16, 2018 hosted by partner "London Metropolitan University".

The main decision points are:

1. SPIRIT prototype will be developed in line to the microservice reference architecture.

2. All SPIRIT microservices will run on persistence mode.

3. Docker containers will be used and a SPIRIT Tools working group (TOOLS) will be formed to supervise the prototype development.

4. The RabbitMQ Communication Protocol will be used and the messages schema will be soon decided by the TOOLS group.

During the meeting all participants visited the newly established Cybersecurity Center of the London Metropolitan University.

End-Users L.E.A. Meeting, Rome, 25-26 October 2018

end users meeting

In Rome the first “Security LEAs Meeting” took place. This led to the official establishment of the Security Board, consisting of one representative per LEA.

Security Board’s responsibility is to monitor the development of the Project opposite the possible raise of security risks.

End user’s periodical meetings will take place during the project life cycle.

Kick-Off Meeting, Milano, 29-31 August 2018


kick of meeting

During the kick off meeting In Milano the following boards were established:

Project Board - The Board is led by the Project Coordinator and all WP Leaders are participating in it. In case the Project Team Managers are not the project managers for their organisations they will also participate in the Consortium Board, since their role is very critical for the proper execution of the project. The Project Board (alias Consortium Board alias Project Steering Board) is where all decisions are taken by voting when necessary. The decision making mechanism, as well as the rules of voting, are described in the Grant & Consortium Agreements.

PROJECT MGNT TEAM functions in assistance to the PCO and PTCO it comprises of:

1. Project Coordinator - Mr. Paolo Fabbri

2. Project Technical Coordinator - Dr. Costas Davarakis

3. Technical and Change manager - Dr. Rick Adderley

4. Innovation and Quality Manager - Dr. Matteo Raffaelli

5. User Manager - Dr. Luigi Lorenzo

6. Communications & Publicity Manager - Prof. Panos Nastou

7. Business Potential Manager - Dr. Maurizio Costa


The SPIRIT project will take a novel approach in the development, testing, training and evaluation of a new scalable privacy preserving intelligence analysis for resolving identities system prototype.

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Project Coordinator: Mr. Paolo Fabbri (LUTECH SPA.)


Project Technical Coordinator: Dr. Costas Davarakis (Singularlogic SA)


Project Support, Dissemination & Communication: NST AE