City.Risks will leverage a set of
innovative technologies, city infrastructures as well as Web and social media
technologies aiming to increase the security level of citizens in large cities.
Through City.Risks solution the citizens in modern smart cities will be
actively contributing to the fight against crime and the increase of security
level in their daily activities.
Τhe main objective
of the EMYNOS project is the design and implementation of a Next Generation
platform capable of accommodating rich-media emergency calls that combine
voice, text, and video, thus constituting a powerful tool for coordinating the communication
among citizens, call centers, and first responders.
MehrWetter is a free app for iPhone and all Android smartphones that provides users across Germany with weather information.
KATWARN is a new type of warning system that sends a message to affected groups of the population via smartphone app, text or e-mail when an incident or dangerous situation occurs. It supplements information provided by the police, fire service or media.
The aim of WIND is to provide users with some accurate severe weather warnings to the desired medium of them - such as telephone, fax or e-mail - to warn properly, promptly and accurately and to inform.
fit4sec is being funded as an initiative to support German security industry´s participation in research projects by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. It will assist small and medium-sized enterprises from Germany to apply for research funds in collaboration with European partners.
The goal of the ENSURE project is to see that volunteers are organized quickly and efficiently in emergency situations. The project is concerned with locating members of the public who have the kind of special skills needed in emergencies and disasters. The selected volunteers will be alerted and coordinated via smartphone app.
The German-French research project SAFEST is focused on the development of hazard detection and crisis management system for high-traffic public areas. With the aid of infrared cameras, the system detects sudden changes in crowd numbers and critical crowd situations before mass panic can break out.
The aim of the project is to automatically analyze existing user-generated content streams for example from DBpedia, Foursquare, or Flickr and to extract spatio-temporal information with the help of data mining technologies.
Guidelines for warning strategies have been developed as part of the OPTI ALERT project. These should improve the perception and observance of warning notices.
MSNI Europe has been a project for a sustainable promotion and support of the regional available provider of technology and content through research- and development-activities. These activities aimed the supply of an intelligent, semantic acting integration-tool for the arrangement and distribution of regional, internationalized informations on mobile devices.