Advancements in standardisation and toolbox development in COGNIMAN

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A meeting at SINTEF in Oslo, Norway, brought together representatives from Montimage and SINTEF to discuss standardisation, a crucial part of COGNIMAN and the toolbox, which is envisaged as a result of the project. The meeting also provided insights into the project’s progress and strategic direction.

Key insights from the discussion on standardisation included:

  • Comprehensive reporting template: Developing a detailed template for reporting standardisation activities is essential for streamlining documentation processes and ensuring consistency across the project.
  • Dynamic live document: Maintaining a live document for continuous updates on standardisation efforts ensures that all stakeholders have access to the most current information, facilitating real-time tracking and updates.
  • Regular coordination meetings: Establishing regular meetings with partners engaged in standardisation activities is crucial for effective planning, coordination and monitoring of relevant standards. These meetings also help identify opportunities for the COGNIMAN to contribute to these standards.

Key insights from the discussion on the project’s toolbox included:

  • Thorough review of tools: Conducting a comprehensive review of the current list of tools provided by various partners is critical to ensure the toolbox’s accuracy and comprehensiveness.
  • Collaborative revision process: Revising the list of tools collaboratively with all project partners ensures that the toolbox meets the evolving needs of the project and incorporates feedback from all stakeholders.
  • Scheduled tool delivery: Having a clear schedule for the delivery of tools is essential for tracking progress and ensuring timely availability of necessary tools for project tasks.
  • Standardised naming convention: Implementing a standardised naming convention across the project ensures consistency and clarity in the identification and usage of tools, facilitating smoother collaboration and integration.

Key insights from the discussion on continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) practices included:

  • Significance of CI/CD: CI/CD is vital for maintaining an efficient and effective project workflow. These practices are essential for the seamless integration of new features, automated deployment processes and overall project agility.
  • Commitment to best practices: Adopting best practices in CI/CD is crucial for supporting the project’s technical infrastructure and ensuring long-term success.

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