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The ADACORSA Project has chosen an approach where work packages represent the R&D domains with a focus on technologies and methodology, while supply-chains represent experimental work and implementation efforts leading to the integration of the subsystems and their validation.

The project is split into 6 technical work packages (WP1 – WP6), work-package (WP7) that covers regulatory alignment, standardisation, exploitation, and stakeholders’ relations, due to the project’s high importance for generating impact and project management work-package (WP 8).




Author: Hector Roussille, Önder Gürcan, Fabien Michel

Title: AGR4BS: A Generic Multi-Agent Organizational Model for Blockchain Systems

Lead Beneficiary:CEA

Published: 2021

Place of publication: Big Data and Cognitive Computing


Author: Caterina Nahler, Hannes Plank, Christian Steger, Norbert Druml

Title: Resource-Constrained Human Presence Detection for Indirect Time-of-Flight Sensors

Lead Beneficiary: IFAT, TUG

Published: 2021

Place of publication: 24th Euromicro Conference on Digital System Design (DSD)


A supply chain is a combination of partners with activities fitting together within a specific topic leading to a combined result such as a demonstrator for the technologies developed. Each supply chain addresses a specific ADACORSA objective. This ensures a clear understanding of responsibilities for project results and the achievement of project objectives and supports the effective and efficient collaboration between the partners in a focused manner.




ADACORSA has received funding from the ECSEL Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement No 876019.
The JU receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Germany, Netherlands, Austria, France, Sweden, Cyprus, Greece, Lithuania, Portugal, Italy, Finland, Turkey.