Integrated and cost-efficient situational awareness system for first responders from different sectors with heterogeneous and hardly interoperable sensor units including drone mounted, wearable, and external sensor systems
First responders are the groups of people, services and organisations with specialised skills and qualifications whose duty is to arrive first to the emergency zone, search, save and rescue operations, and perform crisis management in natural or human-made disasters. Although first responders provide secure and safe societies by protecting the communities, responding to the disasters and rescuing lives, they often use inefficient, weak and obsolete technologies in the operations. With respect to the current situation, the operational capabilities of the first responders can be dramatically boosted by the advances in technology and engineering fields such as smart sensor systems, wearables, data processing, data fusion, data analytics, communication infrastructure, and artificial intelligence tools.
The main objective of TeamAware Project is to develop an integrated and cost-efficient situational awareness system for first responders from different sectors.
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Welcome back to TeamAware’s newsletter! Here’s a summary of what we have achieved in the last three months.
On 27-31th October 2021, Marietta Pateinioti, Stylianos Xeniadis from Hellenic Society of Emergency Prehospital Care (HSEPC) presented our project at EUSEM 2021 congress in Lisbon Portugal.
Our partner DUNE presented TeamAware project at Milipol 2021 event in Paris on 19-22 October 2021.
Dr. Zeynep Sofuoglu participated to RTD, Innovation, Industry and Technology Fair on 13-14 October 2021 in Izmir, Turkey and presented TeamAware project.
Dr. Turhan Sofuoglu and Dr. Zeynep Sofuoglu from AAHD team participated to European Emergency Number Association 2021 Conference (EENA 2021, 6-8 October 2021, Riga, Latvia) and presented TeamAware project.
First monthly project plenary meeting was held on 10th of September, 2021.
WP2 Technical co-creation workshop has realized on 8 September 2021, 09:00 – 11:30 CET.
We are thrilled to set ourselves on this Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Action project...
(1) Data presented is from Zebra's "The Future of Field Operations: A Look at the Public Safety Sector through 2025" report
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101019808.