If you have not already read the 2nd issue of the INGENIOUS newsletter, now is the time to do it!
The Augmented Reality solutions of INGENIOUS will be presented at the online workshop titled “How can Augmented Reality enhance First Responders’ capabilities”, which will take place on April 20th 2021 between 09:50 and 12:00 am CET. The workshop is the first in a series of open workshops organised by our DRS Cluster project RESPOND-A, addressing new technologies for first responders.
INGENIOUS will participate in the “CERIS – DRS- Discussion on Technologies for First Responders for Disaster Risk” which will take place on the 24th of February 2021 from 10h to 12h CET.
We are delighted to announce that INGENIOUS will participate in the online Conference which is being organised by Public Safety Communication Europe (PSCE) on 19-20 January 2021. The INGENIOUS Consortium will present the project’s solutions related to data-driven analysis and visualization of the operational environment.
The INGENIOUS consortium is happy to announce that will be participating in the Clustering Webinar on New Technologies for First Responders, which will be held on December 3rd 2020 in the afternoon.
Our partners in I.S.A.R. Germany are currently supporting the joint RKI/EMT/GOARN mission deployed by the Centre for International Health Protection (ZIG) at the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) to bolster the effort of the Republic of Kosovo to respond to COVID-19 pandemic. The 2-week mission is organized by the RKI in close co-operation with WHO and the Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN) and will end on the 3rd of October.
The INGENIOUS state-of-the-art technologies are being presented in the dedicated to the Natural Hazards session of the DG HOME “Community of Users – DRS Workshop” which is held virtually on 14-17 September 2020. INGENIOUS will most notably deliver the innovative Next Generation Integrated Toolkit (NGIT), which integrates robotic, IoT and Augmented Reality technologies, for both the First Responder himself and the accompanying K9 Units. The advanced tools and services which will be integrated into the first responder’s uniform, boots and helmet will enhance his operational capacity, while allowing the immediate assessment of the level of danger at the emergency scene.