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DG ECHO – Study of the applicability of VR/AR technologies in the area of civil protection in the Czech Republic

Annotation

The project aims to conduct an observational research, the key output of which would support decision-making at the strategic level and which would also identify potential issues and propose possible solutions to enable use of virtual and augmented reality technologies to ensure effective response in the Czech Republic.
In terms of the planned methodology, the first stage will focus on identification of potentially applicable and commercially available virtual and augmented reality technologies. This will be followed by an assessment of their practical applicability in the conditions of the Czech Republic. The final output – the “Study of the applicability of VR/AR technologies in the area of civil protection in the Czech Republic” – will build on findings from previous steps.
The output will focus on potential applications to support the operations of the Fire Rescue Service of the Czech Republic (FRS CR). FRS CR contributes to safeguarding safety in the Czech Republic by fulfilling and organising fire protection, civil protection, civil emergency planning, integrated rescue system and crisis management. Due to the broad range of its focus, ensuring continued development of the Czech Fire Rescue Service is a key prerequisite for effective response to all types of emergencies and disasters, including disasters resulting from the current climate change.

Grant Agreement No.

831682

Start Date

2020

End Date

2021

Financing

UCPM

Project name:

PROACTIVE - Preparedness against CBRNE threats through common approaches between security practitioners and the vulnerable civil society

Annotation

The main goal of the PROACTIVE project is to increase CBRN incident preparedness and response through better harmonization of procedures between different categories of professionals and a better understanding of the needs of vulnerable groups of citizens. Thus, to identify behavioural problems associated with responding to a CBRN incident and possible shortcomings in existing practices and tools of experts with respect to vulnerable groups. Improve real-time communication and collaboration with new tools, such as mobile applications, for better situational awareness and better response coordination.
Test of a combination of selected tools in joint field exercises that intentionally involve a diverse population (vulnerable citizens and unskilled employees). Provide people-centred recommendations on EU standards for the integration of CBRN technologies and innovations that are better adapted to the needs of all citizens.

ID

SU-FCT01-2018

Start Date

2019

End Date

2022

Financing

Horizon 2020 

Project name:

Demonstration of intelligent decision support for pandemic crisis prediction and management within and across European borders - ‘STAMINA’

Annotation:

STAMINA develops an intelligent decision support toolset for pandemic prediction and management and demonstrates its use by practitioners at national and regional levels within and across EU borders. The STAMINA toolset enables national planners and first responders to anticipate and respond to the “known-unknowns” in their daily effort to enhance health security. Main functionality of the toolset includes:

• Real-time web and social media analytics aiming at public trust monitoring and flagging possible disease outbreaks
• POCT and smart wearable diagnostic devices for first line screening
• Predictive modelling of pandemic outbreak and its impact, along with decision-making support in implementing mitigation strategies,
• Early Warning System
• Crisis management tool defining the roles and actions of key actors during crisis management
• Scenario Generation tool for creation of training scenarios
• Common Operational Picture as the main interface of the solution enabling timely and coordinated response The toolset is accompanied by a set of Guidelines on effective implementation of risk communication principles and best practices in cross-organisational preparedness and response plans.

The use of the STAMINA toolset will be demonstrated through 12 national and regional small-scale demonstrators and one large-scale cross-border simulation exercise involving all consortium partners.

ID

883441

Start Date

2020

End Date

2022

Financing

Horizon 2020


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