helios. results

reports, deliverables, research notes, scientific publications and much more about the technical development of the helios platform

helios envisions the development of a highly modular platform with a robust core guaranteeing decentralised, privacy, blockchain, monetisation, 3D, VR/AR, and other features where developers can create their own social media apps or develop new modules for extended capabilities. We encourage developers to create most functionality to modules and leave only a minimal set to the app itself. Thus, other developers can benefit from the effort and participate to maintain the modules. As an analogy to such crowdsourcing is Thingiverse in which different designers share their 3D models, or WordPress where different types of users get the best of the ecosystem for the creation of websites, templates, API’s, etc.

The FINAL release of the platform has been launched! This means that all the core components and extension modules that have been developed within the project are publicly available for external developers and communities to build their own Android-based decentralised social media apps on top! Go to helios for developers or to the HELIOS Platform website to access all the results!

publications.

deliverables.

Find in this section the list of Public Deliverables and Reports developed within HELIOS Project

D1.1 – Data Management Plan, initial versionDownload

This document is the initial version of HELIOS Data Management Plan, including a description of the technical and organisational measures that will be implemented to safeguard the rights and freedoms of the research participants, possible consequences of profiling, and how their fundamental rights will be safeguarded, and how the data subjects will be informed of any possible existence of the profiling or data breaches.

The Data Management Plan will provide a better understanding of the data produced, establish mechanism on how shared data will be exchanged and stored and secured with the collaboration tools of the project and what data will be publicly available and how. Not all research data will be openly accessible: Specifically, no such data that can be considered personal data will be published until this initial version is updated with further instructions. This document addresses how the data published by HELIOS will follow FAIR principles – findable, accessible, interoperable and re-usable – including what data the project will generate, whether and how it will be made accessible for verification and re-use, and how it will be curated and preserved. This document will be updated during the project as D1.2 in M18 and D1.3 in M28.

D1.2 – Data Management Plan, M18 updateDownload

This document is the M18 update of the HELIOS Data Management Plan, based on the initial version, including:

  • a description of the technical and organizational measures that will be implemented to safeguard the rights and freedoms of the research participants, possible consequences of profiling, and how their fundamental rights will be safeguarded
  • how the data subjects will be informed of any possible existence of the profiling or data breaches
  • participation in Open Data Pilot

The Data Management Plan will provide a better understanding of the data produced, establish mechanisms on how shared data will be exchanged and stored and secured with the collaboration tools of the project and what data will be publicly available and how. Not all research data will be openly accessible: Specifically, no such data that can be considered personal data will be published. For other data, publishing as Open Data will be a default whenever the data is considered reusable.

This document addresses how the data published by HELIOS will follow FAIR principles – findable, accessible, interoperable, and re-usable – including what data the project will generate, whether and how it will be made accessible for verification and re-use, and how it will be curated and preserved.

D1.3 – Data Management Plan, final versiónDownloadThis document is the final version of HELIOS Data Management Plan, including:
a) a description of the technical and organisational measures that are implemented to safeguard the rights and freedoms of the research participants, possible consequences of profiling, and how their fundamental rights are safeguarded;
b) how the data subjects are informed of any possible existence of the profiling or data breaches; and
c) participation in Open Data Pilot.
The Data Management Plan provides a better understanding of the data produced, establishes the mechanism on how shared data is exchanged and stored and secured with the collaboration tools of the project and what data is and will be publicly available, and how.
The project is not publishing all research data as openly accessible: Specifically, any data that can be considered personal data cannot be published. For other data, publishing as Open Data is a default whenever the data is considered reusable.
This document addresses how the data published by HELIOS follows FAIR principles – findable, accessible, interoperable and re-usable – including what data the project generates, whether and how it is made accessible for verification and re-use, and how it is curated and preserved.
It should be noted that at the time of writing this document, HELIOS is still collecting, processing and generating data. Therefore, the tense of the document is not all in the past.
D1.4 – Final Legal ReportDownload

This document, the final legal report, is part of the WP1 (Project Management). It includes and further develops the main findings of two deliverables (“legal, ethical and gender requirements gathering”) which were previously provided during the development of the platform as part of WP2 (Concept Design). The focus of this report has been set on the protection of personal data of natural persons in the development of technology, validation activities and utilization of developed apps.

This report describes the concept of personal data, and the legal grounds for processing is applied to the Helios TALK app and to the Citizen Journalist App (CJ). Moreover, it tackles the legal requirements, interpretations and explanations to create a secure, transparent, fair and legal platform, bearing in mind the principles of data processing by design and by default among other relevant principles and requirements. Additionally, the document analyses the most relevant aspects of Blockchain technology in the pursuance of compliance with the GDPR.

A copyright analysis of the platform not only considers the type of content uploaded but also issues regarding intellectual property questions of open-source software. Moreover, ethical guidelines were taken into consideration due to the tests with humans, including information about the research project and consent forms.

Lastly, HELIOS has been committed to gender equality following an inclusive approach, which is addressed in this report through the establishment of gender elements with regard to creating a profile on a social network.

This document is complementary to the Data Minimisation Guidelines (D1.5), the procedures and criteria used to identify/recruit research participants (D2.10), the informed consent procedures implemented for the participation of humans (D2.11), and the measures to protect potentially vulnerable participants and to minimise the risk of their stigmatisation (D9.1). This deliverable is an update of D2.4.

D1.8 – Participating Open Research Data PilotDownload 

HELIOS also participates in the Open Research Data Pilot in Horizon 2020, which aims to improve and maximise access to and re-use of research data generated by Horizon 2020 projects.

However, due to the nature of peer-to-peer approach in HELIOS, there is no centralized storage for user data: This fundamental design principle has an influence on, what data may or may not be available from the platform. Yet, research data may be collected from HELIOS platform by implementing special
arrangements, while accumulating other research data that is subject for publishing.
This document summarizes Open Data aspects of HELIOS Data Management Plan.

D2.8 – User-Centric Design Requirements Gathering, final versiónDownload

This report summarizes the process developed in Task T2.4 for the identification of User-Centric
Design Requirements for the HELIOS platform. Previous descriptions of this process were advanced in deliverables D2.6 and D2.7.

The process was initiated with the definition of a visual representation for the three Use Cases through User Journey Maps (with the user scenario specifications). This stage allowed us to describe at a high level of detail what steps different users would take to complete the specific tasks associated with the future use of HELIOS. That way it was possible to explore the user requirement as defined from a Human Centered Design (HCD) perspective.

The second stage consisted of the application of the identified design requirements into an identity and visual imagery proposal. For this purpose, there were designed User Interfaces mockups and prototypes for possible HELIOS applications.

This final update demonstrates the application of the requirements and the visual system in two HELIOS applications directly displayed as examples of the original Use Cases.

Finally, this document considers the opportunity of the HELIOS platform within the exceptional new world conditions that originated after the COVID-19 crisis and pandemic. The context has been analyzed to identify the feasibility of future HELIOS Apps based on this HCD paradigm to create novel social media experiences.

D2.9 – Technical Requirements GatheringDownload

This deliverable presents the relevant technical requirements, gathered for the future HELIOS decentralized social media platform based on peer-to-peer networks. The presented requirements are categorized into horizontal and vertical requirement layers that contain
requirements related to the specific focus areas that are identified as crucial for the success of such a platform.

Vertical layers describe requirement categories that should be present in most of the software artefacts created for HELIOS, while horizontal layers describe requirements that fulfil features for more specific uses. The deliverable describes the requirements that should be considered when designing and implementing a HELIOS platform for a specific platform, or developing new modules and/or apps to run on top of the platform.

In addition to the initial and updated requirements, this document presents a mapping of HELIOS artefacts designed in D3.2 “Final system architecture and API specification” to fulfil the requirement layers and a look
at the requirements of one application based on use case definitions.

This document is public and is available at the project homepage for download.

D2.10 – Recruitment and Informed Consent Procedures, H2.1, H2.2DownloadEthics is a vital part of research for all projects funded by the European Union. The HELIOS project will carry out research involving work with human beings and will generate data; therefore, ethical procedures need to be followed. Despite the project will avoid interaction with vulnerable groups, it is important to go over all the procedures when interacting with users, to assess the best way to recruit and involve them into the project activities from an ethical responsible perspective, and also to protect their data. As already mentioned, no vulnerable groups will be involved in the project, still many languages are spoken in Europe, and to guarantee full understanding of all the ethical requirements information, translation into the language of the end user will be guaranteed in different steps. These are some of the profiles that will be involved in the project for testing purposes: Teachers and students, Artists, Scientists, and Journalism professionals.
D3.2 – Final system architecture and API specificationDownload

The document presents different architectural options for the overall HELIOS platform, which comprises the core, the extension modules to it, and the applications utilizing their functionalities. The architecture is generic enough to be implemented in various operating systems but the document refers to the Android operating system in some sections, as the project has selected and Android-first approach. In addition to the overall architecture, the document presents the currently planned core modules and extension modules and applications, presents the functionalities of each of them, and provides API descriptions for them. This deliverable builds upon D3.1 “Draft system architecture and basic API specification”.

Due to the iterative methodology followed in the project, the detailed architecture choices and the detailed API specifications will be updated according to inputs and feedback from the other work packages and tasks throughout the project. The APIs will be updated throughout the implementation of this architecture in the corresponding repositories of the project.

D3.4 – Core Release VersionDownload 

This deliverable describes the implementation of HELIOS core modules and core extension modules.

The purpose of the release is to provide basic HELIOS Core modules/API interfaces to the HELIOS application and extension module developers. The implementation is based on an architectural model, where the HELIOS core components are included in the HELIOS application. The communication module is based on the libp2p library.

The deliverable describes briefly the currently implemented components and their APIs. The released code implementation/library packages are available in the project’s GitHub repository.

The implemented core modules are based on the design that is presented in the HELIOS project deliverable D3.2 titled “Final system architecture and API specification”. API specifications implementations may be updated according to inputs and feedback from other work packages and developers during the project.

D4.1 – Heterogeneous Social Network Graph topology and lifecycleDownloadThis deliverable presents the description of the Heterogeneous Social Graph topology and the lifecycle of the topology. The document describes what the Heterogeneous Social Network Graph is and the local knowledge of the network each node has. The document introduces the local structure of each user, namely Contextual Ego Network, which is a multi-layer network where each layer represents a specific context of the use, and – is implemented by exploiting the ego network social model. The document provides an overview of how a user is identified in the HELIOS social network by introducing the main characteristics of the user profile, and how trust affects the lifecycle of the Contextual Ego Network structure of each user.
D4.2 – Time-dependent Social GraphDownloadThis deliverable presents the modelling of the Heterogeneous Social Graph using a temporal network and describes what the Heterogeneous Social Network Graph is and the importance to model it is using a graph formalism that includes the temporal complexity. Furthermore, introduces the Contextual Ego Network as the local view of each user of the whole Social Overlay. Thanks to the Contextual Ego Network, each user has to maintain information that is local instead of the whole graph, and the Social Overlay is maintained by the means of the union of each local view. The Contextual Ego Network is a multi-layer network where each layer represents a specific context of the user, and each layer is modelled by exploiting the ego network social model. The document moreover provides an overview of some possible studies that can be carried out on each layer, with a special focus on the usage of Graph Neural Networks.
D4.3 – Mining the social graphDownload

In this deliverable, we explore the state-of-the-art and new approaches for mining heterogeneous social graphs in decentralized time-evolving systems. Such approaches can discover patterns of relations and interactions driven by the underlying preferences of HELIOS users, which in turn can be used to improve the quality of HELIOS applications. In particular, we investigate existing graph mining practices, such as graph clustering and graph neural networks, which can mine the time-evolving organization and preferences of social media users and propose novel protocols and adaptations that help adopt them in the decentralized setting of HELIOS.

To this end, we propose a novel community detection protocol for discovering the community structure of decentralized networks, as well as a novel decentralized adaptation of temporal graph neural networks of mining user preferences. The latter can recommend future interactions with similarly high efficacy to their centralized counterpart in social network datasets with similar properties as those of the envisioned HELIOS networks and are deployed in a graph recommendation module that facilitates social recommendation and analysis tasks. To support the integration of that module with the rest of the HELIOS platform, we also improve the Contextual Ego Network management library.

D4.4 – Define rewarding methodologies DownloadThe purpose of this deliverable is on the one side to analyze which is the best blockchain platform where to build the Helios Rewarding system and on the other side, to define the actions to be rewardable as well as the algorithm to calculate the number of tokens to be distributed for each of the users who contributes on top of HELIOS. In order to do so, an analysis of different rewarding systems used by some of the most popular decentralized social networks has been conducted. Furthermore, different types of the blockchain (permissionless vs permissioned) are investigated. Last but not least, the HELIOS Reward System is defined taking into account use case applicability.
D4.5 – Computational TrustDownload

In this deliverable, we first show how the problem of trust is framed by state-of-the-art research, by giving a brief survey of the studies carried out in this field; based on this survey, we then outline which are the main properties of trust in social environments. Thereafter, we introduce the HELIOS trust model we theorized, by defining and describing the features that are exploited, and we provide the actual formula that we use in the module for trust computation.

Finally, we give an overview of the APIs that can be employed by the other HELIOS modules or the client application to instantiate the trust module, update it in case of new events happening in the Conceptual Ego Network (CEN), or retrieve the last trust value that has been computed for an alter in a specific context.

D4.6 – Neuro-based servicesDownload

In this deliverable, we describe the Neuro Behavioural module of HELIOS. It aims to characterise the relationship between two HELIOS users, based on the analysis of their communications. A set of models have been developed that analyse text messages and images shared between users on mobile phones.

Once the trust manager needs to compute the trust to modulate the contextual ego network, it calls the neuro-behaviour module that provides a set of cognitive and emotional metrics using the previously analysed communications: attention, which characterizes the number of communications; arousal, the intensity of the emotions in terms of activation; and valence, which represents whether an emotion is perceived as positive or negative.

The module has been validated through an experimental study involving 30 participants. They were asked to do several tasks using HELIOS, such as inviting their partner to breakfast the next day. Neurophysiological responses
of the ego were recorded, including electrodermal activity, electrocardiogram and electroencephalogram. Statistical analysis was performed considering the user’s emotional self-assessment, the HELIOS module and the neurophysiological responses.

The results support the algorithms and models developed to track behaviour among users in social media networks.

D4.7 – Organic social graph creationDownload

This report will define the properties required to establish organic social graphs that evolve based on the users’ environment. It serves as a basis for implementation and clearly states what
elements are required to establish contextual and ad-hoc (organic) social networks.

The main concept of Organic Social Graph creation is the concept of context. This concept is discussed throughout the document and specifically analysed in the state of the art section. In relation to
this, an Organic Social Graph is created based on proximity within a certain context which strongly relates to the place, time and purpose of the social interaction.

Specifically, this deliverable describes researching tasks and development towards establishing organic social networks in a non-intrusive and privacy-sensitive manner that require little to non-user intervention.

The deliverable has two interconnected parts. The first is the creation of an Organic Social Graph in a smart environment. For this, a Raspberry Pi is utilised. The second part serves as an extension and focused on creating Organic Social Graphs in different contexts via a mobile phone. The overall result of this deliverable is a research-based discussion and subsequent implementation of two Proof of Concepts illustrating how to create an Organic Social Graph in different settings and contexts. It serves as the foundation for further research towards several key innovations such as context detection, automatic social graph management and automatic social organic graph creation.

D4.8 – Development of content-aware social graphsDownload

In this deliverable, we explore the development of content-based features to enrich the HELIOS Heterogeneous Social Graph (HSG), and in that way provide support for content-aware user profiling and matching services. To this end, we aggregate the image collections of the HELIOS users and extract semantic information in three complementary ways; the first focuses on analyzing the user interests, the second construct a user representation in a self-supervised way and the third relies on processing pieces of text extracted from the images.

D5.1 – Augmented Reality interface for shared spacesNot available until M38 
D5.2 – 3D authoring tools for V-space creationDownload

In this deliverable, we present the Helios VR authoring services that allow for multiplaying VR experiences. The main goal is to provide mobile  VR applications that allow for many users to interact with virtual assets like the assets of a museum and to perform social interactions with multiplaying capabilities.

The HELIOS VR Authoring tools are built as a plugin for WordPress and on top of Three.js (3D library) and implement several functionalities, such as management of 3D assets, a 3D scene editor, compiling of the resulting scene as a Unity project, and compiling the project towards an Android application. The Android application is integrated with the TALK app of Helios that is described in D5.3 for context and group communication. More details are further described in this deliverable.

D5.3 – Group communication services v1Download

In this deliverable, we present the first version of HELIOS Group Communication Services that offer a Decentralized Group Communication Management framework. The main goal is to provide services that emphasize smooth communications and interactions with other peers based on context and time criteria. The HELIOS Group Communication Services are built on top of the HELIOS platform and expose several functionalities, such as management of contacts, events, user profile, context and group communication, which are further described in this deliverable.

Additionally, the deliverable presents the alpha version of the helios. TALK application, which is meant as a demonstrator of the Group Communication Services, with the goal of making possible the testing and evaluation of several HELIOS platform functionalities.

D5.4 – Group communication services v2 and demonstratorsDownloadIn this deliverable, we present the final version of HELIOS Group Communications Service that
offers a Decentralized Group Communication Management framework. The main goal is to
provide services that emphasize smooth communications and interactions with other peers
based on contextual criteria. The HELIOS Group Communications Service is built on top of the
HELIOS platform core and extension modules and offers numerous functionalities such as
contact, group and context management, which are analysed further in this deliverable.
Additionally, the deliverable presents the final version of the helios.TALK application, which is
meant as a demonstrator of the Group Communications Service, with the goal of making
possible the testing and evaluation of several HELIOS platform functionalities.
D5.5 – Prosumer production and premium content service v1Download 

In this deliverable of the prosumer production and premium content services, we present the first version of the demonstrator with a journalistic app and a shared content marketplace.

With the workflow from the creation of content with the Citizen Journalism app to the distribution of the content, the possibilities of a decentralized blockchain-based media distribution were realized in this way. The developed Citizen Journalist Reporter App (HELIOS CJ App) is available in an alpha version and allows users to anonymously contribute content based on blockchain technology.

A further version is planned for the beginning of Q3 2021, which will have been improved and extended in its functions on the basis of the findings. Based on the recommendations of the project review, a partnership with the EU project ARTICONF has been initiated in the meantime. Functions from both project ideas are now being used together, thus realising synergies in the field of Crowd Citizen Journalism between the two projects HELIOS and ARTICONF.

D5.6 – Prosumer production and premium content service v2 and demonstratorDownload

In this deliverable of prosumer production and premium content services, we present the second version of the demonstrator with a journalism app and a shared content marketplace. Since the last report in M24, we have further improved the HELIOS CJ Reporter app and simplified the onboarding process so that journalists without prior knowledge can easily use the app.

Synergies from the partnership with the EU project ARTICONF were successfully exploited. For example, we successfully integrated the live streaming function that enables crowd-based citizen journalism and tested it together, under real conditions, at a mountain marathon in Switzerland. This showed that today the workflow, from the creation of content with the Citizen Journalism app to the distribution of the content, works well.

The content is stored anonymously via blockchain and decentralised in the IPFS network. In addition to the previous option of making a donation to Citizen Journalists, we have now integrated the HELIOS Token Module into the CJ App. This allows HELIOS’ own tokens to be collected through the use of the app and distributed to other Helios peers: The more you use the app, the more tokens you get.

The inter-connectivity between the various Helios applications, such as the Helios TALK app and Helios TestClient app, has been improved and made accessible via the CJ App so that contributions from the CJ App can be transferred to the chat of the other applications. We have redesigned the layout of the Video Exchange Portal website and enhanced it with additional views so that publishers have easy access to the citizen journalists’ contributions. The app can now be used for further tests so that new insights can be implemented where appropriate in the remaining time of the project.

D6.1 – Integration strategy and planningDownload

This deliverable presents the first and preliminary version of the HELIOS project integration plan.

The HELIOS consortium will provide new and updated versions of the HELIOS integration activities in the further documents belonging to the WP6. The document describes the first and preliminary integration approach that will be followed during the project as well as the code version control repository, the staging infrastructure, and the tools for supporting the continuous development, integration and operation of the HELIOS Social Network. In the first project phase, the consortium will rely on a private GitLab repository managed by ATOS. At M18 the consortium plans to move the HELIOS code to a public GitHub code repository. Finally, a short description of the main components belonging to the HELIOS architecture together with the preliminary calendar for their integration is also described in the document.

D6.3 – Beta ReleaseDownload

This report summarises and introduces the HELIOS deliverable D6.3 (beta release), whose type is a demonstrator. The beta release is public and offers a complete set of HELIOS modules, enabling key HELIOS functionalities. The release candidate (D6.4) is planned for M28 and will include consolidated versions of all the HELIOS components.

D6.4 – Candidate ReleaseDownloadThis report summarises the HELIOS platform candidate release (HELIOS deliverable D6.4). The deliverable, which is a demonstrator, includes also the code generated for the different HELIOS blocks, the AAR or JAR libraries and two HELIOS applications, as a result of the building process. In this sense, the candidate release is a set of HELIOS components, ready to be used by developers to create HELIOS
apps.
D6.5 – HELIOS System OperationsDownload

This deliverable D6.5 presents the Helios system operations report. It will be mainly focused on describing the interaction between the Application Providers and Helios technologies themselves.

Moreover, it will report about the Helios applications operated by the Helios consortium which have participated in the internal trials.

D7.1 – Validation operation planDownloadThis deliverable is part of the work performed in WP7- Piloting, Validation and Evaluation. More precisely, it describes the coordination procedures conducted within task 7.1 – Coordination through the first months of the project (M4-M8, so far). The main objective of this task is to coordinate all activities within HELIOS related to the validation of the services, features, technological developments generated in WP3, WP4 and WP5 and integrated into WP6. With this purpose, it has been defined a structure of procedures and resources to coordinate HELIOS partners and external actors (i.e. entities and communities of users) that will be involved in the preparation, execution and validation activities to be performed during the project.
D7.2 – Lab test reportDownload

This report summarizes the processes and the results obtained during the Labtest conducted by UPV in July and September 2021 to validate the second iteration of the helios.Talk app developed by CERTH and CITIZEN JOURNALISM – Reporter App (CJ, or CJ App) developed by STXT.

To contextualise the results, this document also presents the methodologies followed to conduct the Labtests. For HELIOS (WP7) Labtests are validation activities organised in controlled environments to evaluate the usability of a technology or application.

D7.3 – Trial reportDownload

This report summarizes the processes that started in WP7, namely D7.1 and D7.2.

First, the document reports about the evaluation methodology for the trials developed under T7.3 (WP7). Second, it presents the setting up of the HELIOS validation in trials, the corresponding methodological framework, and results obtained from the different trials conducted for the HELIOS technologies, applications and concepts. Then it provides an overview of the results gathered from the different validation activities that have been carried out, and it finishes with the conclusions and next steps to be considered for the pilot evaluation under T7.4.

D7.4 – Pilot validation reportDownload

This report summarizes the processes that started in WP2, namely D2.6 and D2.7 and were finalised in D2.8 for the identification of User-Centric Design Requirements for the HELIOS platform.

From the application of the identified design requirements, a HELIOS identity and visual imagery were proposed and accepted. The results are the HELIOS User Interfaces and prototypes for two possible HELIOS applications. To be taken into consideration for piloting T7.4.

Given the new COVID environment HELIOS decided to rise to the challenge and see it as an opportunity to pilot the HELIOS platform. Hence the pilots were organised as a hackathon, and other activities were to develop future HELIOS Apps based on this HCD paradigm to create novel social media experiences.

D8.1 – Dissemination PlanDownloadThis deliverable aims at being a comprehensive plan outlining the project’s communication and dissemination strategy within the WP8 with the main objective of positioning the project among the Research and Innovation community and key stakeholders defined and maximize its impact during the 36 months of the project duration. The document provides the main principles of the dissemination and communication strategy to be adopted by all partners, with the definition of the stakeholders’ group regarding their potential relationship with HELIOS.
D8.3 – Dissemination Mid-Term ReportDownload

The purpose of this deliverable is to present a report of the communications and dissemination activities that have been conducted within M1-M17 of HELIOS’ project duration, with the aim of maximizing the impact of the project and positioning it among different stakeholders such as Industry, Research Community, General Public, Developers, Media, among others. A comparative analysis of the metrics achieved so far and expected is presented in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the strategy presented on D8.1 and set the pace for future activities that will be performed in order to meet both objectives and KPI’s.

In relation to the dissemination and communication activities, the HELIOS consortium participated in a total of twenty-three (23) events and made twenty-six (26) presentations about the project reaching an estimated audience of 7580 people.

Furthermore, the website has been revamped to offer content according to the current status and progress of HELIOS especially in relation to the HELIOS platform, use cases, and validation apps. Moreover, social media accounts including Twitter and Facebook have been essential to engage with stakeholders and share the word about HELIOS. Until now we have reached 536 posts, 3.472 shares/RT’s, and 4.343 followers/likes. With regards to the dissemination and communication content, a total of ten (10) papers, one (1) press release, three (3) posters, fourteen (14) videos and three (3) newsletters have been produced in this period summarizing the project achievements for the HELIOS-targeted audience. Moreover, a leaflet and roll-up have been created to support HELIOS presence at events.

D8.5 – Dissemination Final ReportNot available until M36 
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement N° 825585