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2 Final Presentation Location-based and context-aware mobile multimodal hiking guide application Project Number: GJU/06/2423/CTR/LOCCATA-CA

3 Final Presentation Agenda 10:00 Welcome and Introduction 10:15 Project sumary and Video 10:25 Project Overview 10:40 Mobile Application 11:00 L-CMS 11:20 Coffee Break 11:40 Content 12:00 Future Activities, Exploitation 12:45 Questions and Answers

4 Final Presentation Schruns-Tschagguns Tourismus GmbH Austria – SME Project Consortium Kuratorium OFFIS e.V. Germany - Research Institute Stand Montafon Austria - SME Telesis Entwicklungs- und Management GmbH Austria - SME

5 Final Presentation Telesis Company Project Management and regional development company 6 employees, guide innovative actions in rural areas, CMS-Services - People behind the LOCCATA-Project Alexander Sohm - Informatik Peter Steurer - Communication design Bernd Rössel - Programmer Jodok Batlogg - Programmer - Manager Harald Friesenegger - Programmer Theresa König - Assistant Franz Rüf - Project Manager Spin-Off Lovely System 18 employes

6 Final Presentation Telesis Expectations To implement an electronic hiking guide showing best practice for regional development through telecommunication and using new techniques especially in the context with GALILEO Develop transferable techniques especially to the fields of (besides hiking): sight seeing, event management, logistics, public transport, wellness, sport, travelling in general a.s.o Develop and establish a new product and service

7 Final Presentation Management View Telesis is responsible for the project management. After calculating everything it turns out that the co-ordination work, PR, documentation and billing was more work than at first expected. Due to the additional work done by Telesis, there is a slight change in the budget between the project partners STT, Stand Montafon and Telesis. Stand Montafon and STT have declared themselves prepared to waive a number of hours on behalf of Telesis, the reason being that the above named organisations will have increasing benefits from the finished product. These organisations will be able to offer their guests the results of the project and use it as a means of advertising. In addition, Telesis worked on an increasing amount of content for the pilot application and also carried out PR work. From the viewpoint of the project management, we are proud to have been able to achieve all the goals of the project and to have a product that is ready for the market. In addition, we have aroused interest in the market and achieved a demand for the project results.

8 Final Presentation OFFIS Research and development Institute for informatics 100 employes, … In the field of People behind LOCCATA Jochen Meyer Dirk Ahlers Daniel Wichmann Prof Susanne Boll – Uni Oldenburg Xx xx

9 Final Presentation OFFIS Expectations

10 Final Presentation Association of 14 Communities 14 000 inhabitants, 14 employes, … Forest Management, regional development, power station, public transport, services to small communities People behind LOCCATA Andreas Rudigier - historian Andreas Neuhauser - journalist Bernhard Maier – forest expert, regional development Thomas Lerch – responsible for hiking routes Stand Montafon

11 Final Presentation Stand Montafon Expectations Engagement Stand Montafon was engaged in the conception and development of the content and particularly provided the geographical data and maps required for the operation of the system Expectation aaa

12 Final Presentation Schruns Tschagguns Tourismus Association of xx 14 employees, … Tourism Management office Development of offers, incomming, event management Million overnight stays a year People behind LOCCATA Manuel Bitschnau Xx Ramona Maurer (Silbertaltourismus) Xxx (Gaschurn Partenen Tourismus) xx

13 Final Presentation STT Expectations Engagement Schruns-Tschagguns Tourismus (STT) was the main provider of tourism content and also acted as the first adopter and evaluator of the interim and final results. Expectation Attract new guests by offering personalized services Improove the image of Montafon to an innovative and attractive destination Montafon as a trend-setter in tourism Strengthen Montafon‘s position within the touristic market

14 Final Presentation Strategic Background of LOCCATA Entertainment add innovation and fun to „old-fashioned“ hiking to attract youth and families Information present background information while „on the walk“ inform about history, art, nature,... Information in relation to interest groups „Just in time information“ „Learn as you go“ Identifying people with places

15 Final Presentation Common development steps OFFIS telesis Schruns & Montafon Task 3.1 Content Design Task 3.2 Content production Task 4.1 First demonstrator Task 4.2 Final demonstrator Task 3.3 Content finalising Task 2.1 Analysis and Design Task 2.2 Implementation Task 2.3 Implementation cont. Task 2.4 Test and finalisation Task 5 Project Management Task 5.1 Steering Commitee Task 1.1 Consolidation Montaphone SmartGuidet-guide, L-CMSContent

16 Final Presentation Result Video Video-presentation

17 Final Presentation Workplan

18 Final Presentation Workplan Duration March 2006 – May 2007 Work packages WP1 Consolidation WP2 Software Implementation WP3 Content Implementation WP4 Demonstrations 4.1 First demo after 6 months 16-18 August 2006 4.2 Final demo after 12 months 26-28 February 2007 WP5 Project Management

19 Final Presentation Important results Innovative and ready for use The system has been designed in two parts: Back-end (service provider tool) enabling the administration of all the content required: - images, texts, path information, points of interest, sound etc; called L-CMS (LOCCATA-Content Management System) Mobile clients for user (hiker): a simple version for operation on mobile phones (Monta phone) and a High-end software version for operation on PDAs for using on the move. Comprehensive content for demonstration: The project team puts great effort into gathering and integrating feedback about the system from the different of users (people from tourism offices and tourists)

20 Final Presentation Project Management view The duration of the project was set at one year. A three month extension was requested and granted. The results are operational and the feedback from the tourism institutions is positive. Montafon tourism (tourist destination with million overnight stays a year) decided to use LOCCATA as a strategic product from now on will be used for promotion at work in the sense of “innovative region for young people To develop and implement further content they have decided to invest about € 40.000.- per year We believe that LOCCATA will be an important building block of the future Montafon tourism offers switch to the technical part

21 Final Presentation OFFIS – Jochen Von Jochen Meyer

22 Final Presentation LOCCATA Interactive mobile usage requirements Manage Routes POIs Content Objects enable reuse of existing content support contexts content has to be assigned to different contexts contexts have to be extensible provide data for the SmartGuide various mobile terminals can be used since mobile terminal technology quickley three stages of development are taken into account

23 Final Presentation LOCCATA technical concept (Jochen) The LOCCATA system is built according to a multi-tier structure LOCCATA achritecture Content management Interactive mobile usage Access Media itemsPoints of InterestHiking Tours PhoneWebPackage to Go MontaPhone SmartGuide t-guide

24 Final Presentation t-guide existing solution for a standard mobile telephone without GPS or a GALILEO receiver. These mobile devices are wide-spread. By posting telephone numbers in important places the location- based information can be accessed by a user at that location by simply dialing that number. Beschreibung t-guide mit Asterisk und UTA hier einfügen

25 Final Presentation MontaPhone The MontaPhone is a specific Java-based application for mobile phones with access to a positioning device such as a GPS or GALILEO receiver. This application serves as an improved interface to the audio information of the t-guide by providing a location-based interface the list of audio-POIs is constantly checked against the user’s position

26 Final Presentation SmartGuide The SmartGuide is a PDA-based solution. The PDA is equipped with an internal positioning receiver Complex software was developed for the PDA. It makes possible to: to integrate the contents from the L-CMS manage and present them and make them available according to the GALILEO signals of the current use location The SmartGuide is the central result of the LOCCATA project

27 Final Presentation LOCCATA Access Developed interfaces and co-ordinated communication techniques Phone The MontaPhone provides current contents via the telephone. A SMS connection was initially implemented for content acquisition, but later dropped in favour of an integrated package for the user to download and install thus increasing ease-of-use. Web All of the contents are managed on the internet The LOCCATA specific content management system was developed and implemented in the framework of the project. This will be explained in detail in the following sections Package to go This is the method of choice for communicating the rich route content information to the SmartGuide. A full package of all contents is built and deployed on the mobile device.

28 Final Presentation LOCCATA Content Management System (L-CMS) L-CMS manages three content areas Media Items texts, audios and pictures are structured, managed and prepared for implementation Points of Interest individual points that are of interest. Hiking tours individual tours are managed in this part of the L-CMS a tour contains POIs, route details, route description the structure enables multible use of individual media items and POIs

29 Final Presentation OFFIS - Dirk

30 Final Presentation Mobile Applications t-guide Normal telephone – dial a telephone number Not location based MontaPhone Java and Bluetooth enabled or integrated GPS Installation of MontaPhone application SmartGuide PDA LOCCATA software installed Routes download from L-CMS Content management Interactive mobile usage Access Media items Points of Interest Hiking Tours PhoneWebPackage to Go MontaPhoneSmartGuideT-Guide

31 Final Presentation MontaPhone Idea Hardware Software Usage SmartPhone/MontaPhone Java and Bluetooth enabled GPS receiver Contains POIs from the region Displays distances Vibration Alarm

32 Final Presentation The MontaPhone Motivation for development Mobile phones are wide spread today Reach many tourists with the system First test for positioning precision Entry point to the LOCCATA content Make the project known and accepted in an early stage Features of the demonstrator for the tourist Tracking of the tourist via GPS Provision of POIs in the surroundings of the tourist Multimodal information of the tourist by vibration Simple UI to suggest POIs of relevance in the surroundings Selection of POIs and transparent calling of the Re-use of valuable asset - the t-guide

33 Final Presentation MontaPhone Walktrough Positioning based on GPS Built in Internal GPS receiver Siemens SX G75 Location API External Bluetooth External GPS device „Position determination...“ „Method selection...“

34 Final Presentation MontaPhone Walkthrough Non-visual location-based POI hints Location-based provision of POIs 30m circle around the current position Vibration alerts to availability of information on the device Choice of POIs in reach Presentation of suggested POIs in a list Each entry in the list describes a POI “behind” each POI is a phone number „location-based information by vibration...“

35 Final Presentation MontaPhone Walkthrough  +435560978210 „Das Hochmoor ist ein einzigartiger Lebensraum...“ Calling the T-Guide Phone number is “hidden” behind the POI description Using the phone function of the device Listening to a pre-recorded audio

36 Final Presentation The MontaPhone implementation Platform Java 2 Micro Edition Java for mobile devices JPolish Library for UI design on mobile device Device prerequisites Java-based mobile phones With supported Bluetooth API or Location API (external GPS) Installation Midlet installation on device Device dependent (e.g., Midlet installer or WAP) POI information part of the MontaPhone application Platform Java 2 Micro Edition Java for mobile devices JPolish Library for UI design on mobile device Device prerequisites Java-based mobile phones With supported Bluetooth API or Location API (external GPS) Installation Midlet installation on device Device dependent (e.g., Midlet installer or WAP) POI information part of the MontaPhone application

37 Final Presentation SmartGuide Idea Hardware Software Usage Smartguide PDA hand-held computer Digital map Hiking route Position of the hiker Points of Interest Text, images and audio

38 Final Presentation The SmartGuide Motivation fordevelopment SmartPhones have high computing power and features Will be wide-spread within the next few years Could be part of a renting model The features Location-based information Maps and routes are visualized Position tracking & visualization Interactive multimedia presentation of tourist information Non-intrusive (vibration, sound) Intuitive user interface

39 Final Presentation SmartGuide Walktrough Module manager Visualizes the module instantiated in the mediator architecture Test environment for module management Selection and parametrization of the different modules in the test phase Monitoring of running modules and the communication between events Not visible in the final system

40 Final Presentation SmartGuide Walktrough Map Module Map Visualization Geo-referenced maps Tourist Tracking GPS-tracking and position determination POI presentation Geo-referenced POIs Interaction with POIs POI selection and link to multimedia module

41 Final Presentation SmartGuide Walktrough Multimedia module Visualization of the POI information Media browser Visualization of the media elements that come with a POI Text Audio Images

42 Final Presentation SmartGuide Walktrough Position Module Interface to GPS module In test phase in demo mode that runs from a recorded GPS track Visualization of the current position and the received information from the signal Setting an offset for the map to compensate for positioning errors, map offsets / shifts

43 Final Presentation System design of SmartGuide Client-Server Architecture Mobile clients used by tourists Server manages tourist and route information Distribution of application logic Presentation and presentation logic on the mobile device Content acquisition und content management at the server Data distribution Mobile client carries the necessary content package Server manages entire content & ships content packages Communication Communication possible but not necessary - depends on data deployment Stationary access of mobile device for large data sets - docking station Mobile access of mobile device for up-to-date & safety information

44 Final Presentation SmartGuide Walktrough Context Module Selection of interest Define the user interest Different categories Manually selected preferences Usage of user interest Provides context to other modules Event model Exploitation is done by the requesting module

45 Final Presentation SmartGuide implementation Platform Windows Mobile 5 C#.Net compact framework Device prerequisites Windows-based PDAs With integrated Bluetooth or internal GPS Installation Installer / ActiveSync Runs on memory card of the device Separate packages for content (to load new maps, routes...) Platform Windows Mobile 5 C#.Net compact framework Device prerequisites Windows-based PDAs With integrated Bluetooth or internal GPS Installation Installer / ActiveSync Runs on memory card of the device Separate packages for content (to load new maps, routes...)

46 Final Presentation Architecture Mediator Client Server GIS- Server POI- Server Internet Geo Info Geo POI DB Component Object POI Modul e Component Object MM Presen- tation Component Object Loca- tion Modul e Component Object GIS Modul e WWW Mediator Auditory Support Visual Support Component Interface Event Communication Network Interface Live-Cycle Control Presentation Interface MM Presentation Component Interface

47 Final Presentation XML Export Route 1 Audio 1 Text 1 Image 1 Poi 1 Poi 2

48 Final Presentation Telesis Peter

49 Final Presentation Content Management L-CMS L-CMS Objectives L-CMS Data structure L-CMS Routes L-CMS POIs L-CMS Download L-CMS Content management Interactive mobile usage Access Media itemsPoints of InterestHiking Tours Phone / SMSWebPackage to Go MontaPhoneSmartGuideT-Guide

50 Final Presentation L-CMS – Objectives design the content types and their structure develop an application for managing the content selection and production of content that would best illustrate the power and potential of the developed application enable the reuse of content in different media such as the internet, a SmartGuide or the MontaPhone to make its maintenance as user friendly as possible In order to provide location based information 3 essential content groups had to be kept in mind: Routes POIs-Points of Interest User-Groups

51 Final Presentation L-CMS – Data Structure Route 1 Audio 1 Text 1 Image 1 Poi 1 Poi 2

52 Final Presentation Routes Routes are portrayed as explicit directions in the form of: descriptions and a map, as well as pictures Routes are designed to in the existing route descriptions of the local ‘Vorarlberger Wanderwege Netz’ (Vorarlberg hiking trail network) and have descriptive attributes such as parking possibilities, walking times, vertical meters up/down and so on. Any number of points of interest can be added to all the routes.

53 Final Presentation Content design of hiking routes Hiking routes Popular routes in the area Geo-referenced map information for each route Comprehensive hiking-relevant information title, description altitude variations duration, level, target group... Points of Interest Mark interesting points on the way Information about the point in different media Belong to certain categories restaurant, sport, historic buildings,.... Carry different information for different interest culture, history, for kids,.. Kristberg ground station Kristberg round trip

54 Final Presentation L-CMS Routen

55 Final Presentation L-CMS Route Detail

56 Final Presentation Points of Interest POIs The individual points of interest along the route: The description of the POI is made up of clear-cut ID and a description Each POI has a location assigned (latitude and longitude in WGS84 and an optional altitude given in meters above sea level) Every viewpoint and each sight-seeing object, as well as non-visual information (such as an historic battle happened here) are designated as POIs. The POIs can be assigned to any or all of the content objects (audio, text, videos, pictures). In addition, other POIs can be assigned to the POI, for example: a list of objects and an “information group” is then created. In this way, reuse of the contents in multiple POIs and POIs in multiple routes is possible, which is a pre-requisite for the efficient maintenance of the data.

57 Final Presentation L-CMS POIs

58 Final Presentation Multible Uses of Contens and POIs

59 Final Presentation Content - Bernhard Maier

60 Final Presentation Route Attributes A route is made on the basis of the Vorarlberger Landeswanderwegekonzeptes (Vorarlberg State Hiking Trail Concept, a European best practice example) In the case of LOCCATA, the goal that was pursued was to stay compatible with the existing routes and to set a uniform definition basis for all of the route proposals. The information and attributes for a route were uniformly defined and realized in the L-CMS by those responsible for the hiking trails in the State Department

61 Final Presentation Points of Interest Extensive knowledge of the area is necessary for choosing the content The information offered along the route should be interesting, well balanced, varied and correct The decision about where and which points are mentioned is made by the editorial team of the content provider The compilation of contents is carried out by a team of experts Example: The Kristberg Hiking Trail needed historians, geologists, biologists, foresters and tourism experts It proved to be very important to have an experienced editor consolidate the contents after an interdisciplinary team had prepared them in order to be able to provide a coherent overall picture.

62 Final Presentation Cartographic Content1 Collecting and evaluating the co-ordinates Creating GPX track Creating a map in 3 level of detail Optimising the map for the SmartGuide

63 Final Presentation Cartographic Content2 Multi scalar picture, which means that the different degrees of zooms make the simultaneous visualisation of different scales possible Besides the depth of the content the big advantage of LOCCATA maps is the dynamic extensibility of the maps offered through overlaying additional map contents. Laser scanning-hillshade as cartographic background data Adapting all of the existing geo-data to the new elements in a very time consuming process, using on-screen digitizing Geo- information system (GIS) offers the greatest possible transparency and design possibilities

64 Final Presentation Routes Because, up to now, the hikes have been recorded based on the official map of Austria at the scale of 1:50 000, they also had to be adapted to the high resolution laserscanning-hillshade. This made a completely new digitizing necessary in many areas. The GIS-route data set was exported to the gpx-GPS track format and then transformed into the WGS84 geodetic datum. This data is dynamically displayed as overlay on the PDA to enable the user to match his own position to the route track. Workflow by adding a new route Orientation workshop Collecting content Creating audio files

65 Final Presentation Management Franz Rüf

66 Final Presentation Status at the end of the project „Final Demonstrator“ of software system up and running Developed according to requirements Technically operational First user-tests finished successfully Comprehensive Demonstration and Dissemination activities representatives of local and regional authorities and tourist organisations regularly participated in interim and final demonstration meeting Good media coverage Radio interviews in Germany Report in regional Vorarlberg TV Internet TV report Individual promotion by project partners High interest in Loccata results by tourist experts

67 Final Presentation Milestones M1: Consolidation described in D1.1, D1.1a Synthetic Progress Report M6: Mid Term Report: First implementation and D3.1 Detailed Content Design and D 2.1 System Analysis and Design Specification. First content implementation M11: Generally, the work packages could be implemented on time M14: Due to the realization that a marketable pilot application would need more time; an extension of the project was applied for. M11 would move to month 14

68 Final Presentation Workflow Provided with our homepage There are: All relevant documents for downloading Meeting plan Minutes

69 Final Presentation External Services The assignment of external consulting or other services was arranged by the partner that was responsible for a particular work package. These were things like petty complementary services and the purchase of hardware necessary for the project. The hardware purchases were for test equipment and equipment for the pilot application. Altogether, 16 different models were purchased and run for the field test and also to have a sufficient basis. These pieces of equipment were important for demonstration purposes. The purchase of goods and services was only carried out after making inquiries at various places and then taking advantage of the best offer.

70 Final Presentation Deviation During the project and after deeper discussions in the project team, it appears that the LOCCATA service adoption would significantly benefit from the availability of a mobile client on SmartPhones along with the PDA. Therefore in addition to the PDA solution, the LOCCATA team took charge of the integration SmartPhones in the system and called it MontaPhone. This technology differs from the PDA in that the information is accessed via telephone from an interactive voice response. Contrary to the MontaPhone, the information accessed by the PDA is stored locally.

71 Final Presentation Dissemination and Future Applications, Exploitation (Jochen, Manuel, Bernhard, Franz) During the project we were able to catch the attention of interested groups for the creation of the LOCCATA product. The local and trade press were also interested in the mid-term and end results at our presentations. Because of this there was already a demand for the product by the end of the project. At this moment – 4 weeks before the official end of the project, negotiations are being carried out with operators who want to implement an area wide application in a tourism area.

72 Final Presentation Future activities

73 Final Presentation Telesis future activities LOCCATA - Implementations

74 Final Presentation Telesis Business Plan1 LOCCATA Product The business model is similar to a concept for services The concept foresees the ongoing co-operation between Telesis, OFFIS and Lovely Systems Telesis will take on the role of consultant and product launch and will charge for its services accordingly The project partners agree that an application for a patent for LOCCATA will not be made. The idea of making the system available by means similar to an open source concept will be considered by the partners. Such a step might be useful for fast reactions to market changes, a broad development base quickly integrating new mobile devices and for enhancement of the promotion of both LOCCATA and GALILEO positioning technology. Meanwhile, the partners agree and are prepared to put an operational product on the market, expending additional effort even after the official end of the project. The project consortium intends to use EGNOS and GALILEO as it will improve the robustness and the quality of the service.

75 Final Presentation Telesis Business Plan1 Telesis Market Telesis assumes that another 3 tourist destinations will make a concrete decision to implement LOCCATA in their regions this year. Turnover € 60.000.- Tourism destinations, event organization Paralell GALILEO projects: logistic,

76 Final Presentation OFFIS

77 Final Presentation Further options and contacts SmartGuide + L-CMS can be used in other application areas Mobile platform as basis for flexible application development L-CMS as convenient way to handle content integration OFFIS has made some contacts already „Schlossmuseum Jever“ (Castle Museum of the city of Jever) guide through the castle‘s garden => cultural heritage EWE (regional energy supplier in north-western Germany) guide through the region => regional marketing RIS Weser-Ems (Regional Innovation Strategy) Demonstration for North Sea tourism => tourism Contacts are still small-scale and/or early stage, but developing Ongoing presentations, e.g. at Heidelberg Innovation Forum – Wednesday!

78 Final Presentation Exploitation Plan Generic Plan: Service oriented Give away the software for low-cost or even free of charge Option: Put everything into OpenSource Needs to be checked to ensure that all partner‘s intersts are considered Charge for adaption to user‘s demands and for consulation Key Partners: Telesis, LovelySystems, OFFIS General agreement: collaborate on further exploitation Telesis: Consultancy, Product Launch LovelySystem: Adaption and hosting of L-CMS OFFIS: Adaption of mobile applications – Integration of Galileo Details need to be discussed as exploitation evolves over time

79 Final Presentation Business plan Spin off „Loccata“ ?????

80 Final Presentation Stand Montafon Service for Montafon Tourismus ??? - Bernhard

81 Final Presentation Montafon Toursimus Area-wide offer 3-8 additional offers per year

82 Final Presentation Use Case

83 Final Presentation Orientation workshop Determine the number of POIs Determine the number of sub-points in a POI Are there existing texts? Who will write the texts? Long text, summary Who will organize the pictures? At least 3-5 pictures per POI

84 Final Presentation Collection of Content Write texts Collect texts and pictures Adopt images Monitor milestones Assemble texts, adhere to guidelines Prepare the texts for the speaker

85 Final Presentation Inhaltsammlung

86 Final Presentation Compiling Audio Files Translate the texts into English Speakers for German and English Editing the audio files

87 Final Presentation Upload Upload L-CMS Upload contents in 2 languages Create POIs from contents Create routes form POIs L-CMS MontaPhone Create a menu structure Link audiofiles, write configuration Upload the route onto SmartGuide Test and walk the route

88 Final Presentation Calculation Basic Data Basis for calculation Standard TourVia Valtellina No of POI's1240No. Sub-points33No. Audio file - Length of text 1250Characters Working hrs collecting and co-ordination 40min/Audio Working hrs text preparation on location 80min/Audio Training Concept 110€/Hr Programming 85€/Hr

89 Final Presentation Kalkulation Route CharactersUnitsPrice/UnitRoute Start workshop 4,00110,00440,00 Gathering text (on location) 160,0085,0013.600,00 Gathering text, Co-ordination 80,0085,006.800,00 Translation, Price for 55 characters150.0002.727,271,804.909,09 English Speaker 60,0011,00660,00 Editing 60,007,00420,00 German Speaker150.00060,0011,00660,00 Editing 60,007,00420,00 Map material 8,0085,00680,00 Upload Contents 16,0085,001.360,00 Total 29.949,09

90 Final Presentation Laufende Kosten Software und bisherige Entwicklungskosten frei keine Lizenzkosten Monatlich anfallende Kosten Hosting der Webseite Instandhaltung System Anpassungen - werden angeboten Rufnummern und Amtsleitungen UTA

91 Final Presentation Preise laufende Kosten Monthly running costs UnitsPrice/Unit Total Internet provider199,001,00199,00 UTA trunk line41,003,30135,30 UTA Super User25,001,0025,00 Technical upkeep3,0085,00255,00 614,30

92 Final Presentation Conclusion & Achievements The relatively short duration of the project was a challenge for the partners. The goals could only be reached because the partners brought in a lot of pre-existing work and knowledge and worked together in very close collaboration. However, the tight timescale left no time for further perspectives beside the work plan. From the partner’s point of view, the project was a great success: All objectives of the project consortium have been reached. A highly sophisticated system has been designed and implemented that fulfils the requirements of its users. The touristic institutions in the Montafon region have clearly committed themselves to introducing the system into practical use. The project partners will still be available in the future to further develop the system and adapt it to future requirements. The project consortium has achieved all the goals as set forward in the project proposal and has created a sustainable solution for technology-assisted mobile hiking in the Montafon as a pilot region for GALILEO. The partners are confident that the LOCCATA project will have a lasting impression on the region, its touristic attractiveness and the perception of modern satellite navigation technology.

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