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Gloria Peralta; Mindert de Vries; Myra van der Meulen; Javier Benavente; Edward P. Morris; Iris Möller; Adrian Stanica; Albert Scrieciu
The FP7 FAST project is developing a new generation of downstream services based on satellite
information for assessing foreshore flood impacts on levee requirements and flood risk mitigation.
To increase the success rate of these services, giving answers to real end-user needs and linking
to existing procedures is paramount.
This document describes the third and last round of end-user consultations conducted by the
FAST partners in four EU countries (ES, NL, RO, UK). This last consultation focused on the
interaction with the customer archetypes: PU-AD (Public administrations and Universities) and PRI
(Private organizations). During this consultation, the FAST consortium demonstrated to end-users
the services available within the MI-SAFE package and how to use the MI-SAFE viewer to access
to these services. This last round of consultation explored the perceived value for end-users of the
MI-SAFE package and the potential demand for on request, Advanced services. Chapter 2 discuss
the resources and methodology used in this round of consultations. Chapter 3 elaborates on the
information that was gathered and provides an analysis of the main results. Finally, the way
forward is discussed in Chapter 4.
FAST_D5.8-3rd_end-user-partner consultation report_v1.0.pdf