To continue its efforts in terms of innovation, Deveryware is participating in two “Projets Industriels d’Avenir” (PIAVE) or “Future Industrial Projects”: one dedicated to the improving the resilience of densely-populated digital cities (PIAVE Safe City), the other to securing sensitive sites (PIAVE Cirpess).

Then a project studying the resilience of earthquake-prone areas (POCRISC) as well as a French-German ANR project dedicated to the security of densely-populated urban sites (S²UCRE).



CIRculation of PEople in Sensitive Sites

The objective here is to locate people within so-called sensitive sites and develop systems for managing and processing mass data to promote the interconnection of security installations by the end of 2020.

To learn more, please go to our CIRPESS project page.



Strengthening the security of smart cities

In January 2021, we’ll be able to take a look at the findings of this project for developing entire security systems for cities. It should include the latest technological innovations such as collaborative data management platforms, the use of video protection for road safety and the use of connected patrols.

To learn more, please go to our PIAVE Safe City project page.



Developing a common culture of seismic risk management in the Pyrenees region

This 36-month project, scheduled to end in January 2021, aims to promote multicultural and collaborative seismic risk management in France, Spain and Andorra, in terms of prevention and resilience.

To learn more, please go to our POCRISC project page.



Safety and security in urban crowded environments

To address the issue of mass gatherings, the system for securing people and places during this project (which ended in spring 2019) had to be rethought. And new ways for using technological innovations such as AI or predictive analytics to ensure an optimal level of surveillance had to be thought of.

To learn more, please go to our S²ucre project page.