Evento conclusivo del progetto "Secure!" PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 29 May 2015 00:00

Evento conclusivo del progetto "Secure!"
Lo scorso 7 Maggio si è tenuto presso il CNR di Pisa l'evento conclusivo del progetto Secure!, dove sono stati presentati i principali risultati conseguiti nel progetto, assieme a demo dei principali prototipi.
Le slide presentate all'evento sono disponibili qui sotto in forma di webinar. Una versione in pdf della locandina dell'evento e dell'agenda finale può essere scaricata qui.

Final event of the "Secure!" project
On May 7th the Secure! conclusive event was held at CNR Pisa, where final results of the project were shown to a large audience togheter with demo of main prototypes.
The slides presented at the event are available below (Italian only). The leaaflet of the event, including the final agenda, can be downloaded here.

SECURE!: Smart platform based on crowdsourcing and crowdsensing technologies for safety and for the management of crisis and emergencies PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 01 January 2013 00:00

Involvment type: participant
Project website: http://secure.eng.it/
Start date: 2013-01-01
End date: 2014-12-31

POR CReO 2007-2013, linea di intervento 1.5.a - 1.6
Bando unico R&S anno 2012

Secure! will develop an innovativce system for supporting decisions in the topic of private/public safety and civil protection (before during and after) putting together elements of crowdsensing and crowdsourcing and the coordination of monitoring and intervention on the territory.

With the spread of social media, the general objective of the project is to study the scope and the mode of application of mechanisms, models, techniques, technologies and tools of crowdsourcing for the prevention (when possible), the anticipation and the management of events and emergency situations related to public security and civil protection. In practice, the project aims to define and implement tools and services that complement and integrate existing systems for managing the above mentioned situations, exploiting the potential offered by the huge amount of information present on social media and the availability of "human sensors" that could be involved through crowdsensing processes.


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