Missing the final 2nd FSX due to other obligations at home (owner being sick) Malpi was eager to attend the final Review Meeting in Brussels on the 4th of April 2023 and meet the Project Officer (PO) and old friends within the INGENIOUS project.
The INGENIOUS coordinator, the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS) will organise the PSCE Conference in Lavrion, Greece on 10-11 May 2023 in collaboration with the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and the Public Safety Communication Europe (PSCE).
The importance of early warning of the presence of hazardous gases is of paramount importance for the safety of First Responders (FRs) and their operations. The gas sensor (Alpes Lasers & TUW) to be demonstrated within the INGENIOUS project needs to warn users in a simple and efficient manner. The sensor tested is truly portable and lightweight (less than 0.5 kg) and easy to use as its interface includes only a power button and an LED indicator. The system transmits the measured values of the two targeted gasses to the INGENIOUS platform enabling the users to be notified where exposure to hazardous conditions.
The Augmented Reality Response Platform (ARRP) was tested and validated by the INGENIOUS partners during the Small-Scale Test #10 (SST#10) which took place from the 27th to the 29th of September 2022, in Bilbao, Spain.
The 2nd round of INGENIOUS Small Scale Tests in Bilbao – Little monkey Malpi’s adventures with the INGENIOUS partners continue!
Once again the little monkey Malpi was contracted to write a blog post for the INGENIOUS project! This time Lilou, Malpi’s owner, said that Mapli wants to travel to Spain. So she flew via Munich to Bilbao and a new adventure with the INGENIOUS partners began…
Let us tell you the story of “Malpi” and her adventures in France with the INGENIOUS project…
It is with great pleasure that INGENIOUS participated in the CERIS Disaster Resilient Societies (DRS) Cluster Conference, which was organised on 23-25 March 2022 in Brussels (BAO Congress Centre) in a hybrid format mixing virtual attendance with limited physical participation. On the 25th INGENIOUS co-chaired the “Technologies for First Responders” Session of the Conference along with the sister projects FASTER, CURSOR and INTREPID.
Natural Language Processing (TALN) Group at the UPF has been working within the INGENIOUS project on the Multilingual Operations App (MOA) which aims to facilitate the communication between international First Responder teams (FRs) and the Command Center through the COP/C3 platform. Specifically, the MOA does speech-to-speech translation, enabling the FRs to send voice messages in their own language that will be transcribed, translated to English and received in the COP/C3 as text and/or voice messages.
Small Scale Tests of the INGENIOUS Fusion Engine, Expert Reasoning Engine, Worksite Operations App and Social Media App (SST#7 & SST#8)
On September 29th, 2021 a field testing activity for the INGENIOUS project took place at HRTA’s training facilities in Afidnes (ATC), Attica region of Greece. The INGENIOUS project is about ensuring a high level of protection and augmented operational capacity for First Responders (FR) working inside the disaster area.
When responding to mass casualty incidents all First Responders are faced with a number of competing challenges and responsibilities to take control of the situation and deal effectively and efficiently with the wounded and deceased.