This D8.4 deliverable describes WEKIT roadmap, setting out the key driving factors, actions and timeframes that will enable WEKIT to shape knowledge-intensive training practices, technologies, standards and business models in many industries. In strict interrelation with such roadmap, the deliverable describes the associated sustainability plans, considered from a mid-term and long-term multi-disciplinary perspective, both at partner level and at project level.
Section 1 is an introductory part, where the scope and objectives of the deliverable are outlined, as well as its positioning within WEKIT internal and external environment.
In Section 2 the methodological guiding principles and approaches are deepened, with details on:
- the roadmap building blocks and the types of stakeholders interested in WEKIT Roadmap
- the ‘DevOpsUse’ end-user driven innovation approach and Technology Acceptance Model followed for stakeholder participation
- stakeholders’ mobilization and involvement in the design and refinement of the roadmap
- examples of engagement with key actors at European level, as well as the online survey, interviews, bilateral meetings and stakeholders’ consultation during the final event
Section 3 fully describes WEKIT roadmap for AR and WT-based training and knowledge-intensive experience-sharing in industry, resulting from the depicted analysis of stakeholders’ feedback, as well as by partners’ knowledge and lessons learnt from pilot operations.
Section 4 outlines the sustainability framework, both at project level and at partner level, lingering over:
- Exploitable Assets
- Business Impact Assessment
- Sustainability Model and Market Penetration Plan
- Individual Sustainability plans (comprehensive Individual Sustainability Plans are inserted in Annex I)
- WEKIT Joint Sustainability actions and future plans, as well as Commercial Exploitation Vehicle
- IPR strategies and Model Joint Ownership Agreements
Section 5, finally, draws the main conclusions.