PIPER

Position and Personalize Advanced Human Body Models for Injury Prediction

Final dissemination workshop presentations available

Open Source deliverables started being published at the final dissemination workshop on April 25, 2017 in Paris.

There were many participants from leading industrial and academic institutions at the workshop (Thanks for coming). As requested by some who could not attend, videos (including talks, demos) of the workshop are coming soon. In the meantime, you can already download the slides shown at the event here.

Updates on the Open Source project following the European FP7-funded project PIPER will be available on piper-project.org

Piper End Picture

 

The program overview of the final PIPER workshop is now available here.

PIPER : Public release and final workshop April 25 in Paris

The beta testing phase is now over (thanks to all the testers) and the PIPER consortium is actively preparing the public release of the PIPER software tools and PIPER child models.

A final project event will be held in Paris on April 25 at the CCFA (on the top of the Champs Elysées, near Arc de Triomphe) from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

During the full day event, an overview of the project results, software and model capability will be provided, along with interactive demos.
Announcements will also be made regarding the Open Source activities beyond PIPER and an open discussion will held on that topic.

The presentations, speakers and demonstrations will be filmed in view of their online publication after the workshop. The audience will not be filmed and there will be no live streaming of the event.

Licensing plan

The PIPER consortium has now selected licenses for the deliverables of the PIPER project.

All deliverables will be released under Open Source licenses at the end of the project (April 30, 2017). The licenses selected ensure that the software and models will remain Open and freely accessible for all (including both academic and commercial users). They will allow contributions by anyone such that the software and models can keep evolving. The licenses are also compatible with a commercial service business model.

More specifically:

Discussions are ongoing with commercial models owners regarding the distribution of the metadata required to import their models in the software framework.