The main objective of the TeamAware Project is to develop an integrated and cost-efficient situational awareness system for first responders from different sectors with heterogeneous and hardly interoperable sensor units including drone mounted, wearable, and external sensor systems. Thus, TeamAware enhances crisis management, flexibility and reaction capability of first responders from different sectors through real-time, fused, refined, and manageable information by using highly-standardised augmented reality and mobile human machine interfaces.
Dissemination activities targeting the 5 main stakeholder groups will be executed to identify value of TeamAware and generate awareness and expectation in relevant networks, as of the first day of the project.
End-user community that represent “potential customers” including firefighters, first responder organisations, LEAs, MDs, practitioner organisations, and experts
Policy and decision makers that represent “influencers, deciders and regulators” in the area of emergency operations and first responder activities such as: emergency response coordination centre (ERCC), EU civil protection mechanism, national and European homeland security agencies, national ministries of home affairs and defence, safety regulation agencies, standardisation entities, professional associations etc.
Technology developer industry organisations, SMEs, industrial associations, umbrella organisations, national/European level industry platforms, consultants, solution providers, system integrators etc.
Universities, research centres/institutes, academicians, researchers etc.
NGOs, civil society, citizens etc. and professionals from other technological domains
European Projects Department
Soseaua Bucuresti-Ploiesti 73-81 COM
Command and Control Systems
Eskişehir Yolu 7 km
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101019808.