To pursue its innovation efforts, Deveryware is participating in two ‘Industrial Projects of the Future’ (PIAVE), one dedicated to improving the resilience of dense digital cities (PIAVE Safe City), the other to securing sensitive sites (PIAVE Cirpess); a project to study the resilience of earthquake-prone regions (POCRISC); a Franco-German ANR project dedicated to the security of dense urban sites (S²UCRE); and the last one being a project to facilitate the exchange and accessibility of all Europeans to emergency services (AIMES).
Novel InteGrated toolkit for enhanced pre-Hospital life support and Triage IN challenGing And Large Emergencies
The aim is to develop a toolkit to review pre-hospital triage and care and to improve the responsiveness of emergency services in large-scale emergencies.
For more information, see our page on the NIGHTINGALE project.
Advanced Internet-based Multimedia Emergency Services
As part of the Eurostars funding that supports collaborative projects of innovative SMEs, AIMES aims to develop technological solutions capable of improving communications and data exchange between citizens and emergency services.
To find out more, see our page on the AIMES project.
Developing a common culture of seismic risk management in the Pyrenees
This project aims to foster a multicultural and collaborative management of seismic risks in France, Spain and Andorra, both in terms of prevention and resilience.
To find out more, visit our POCRISC project webpage.
Improve and secure circulation of people on riskable sites
The aim here is to locate people inside so-called sensitive sites and to develop mass data management and processing systems to facilitate the interconnection of security installations.
For more information, see our CIRPESS project page.
PIAVE SAFE CITY
Enhancing the security of smart cities
This project aims to develop a comprehensive security system for cities. The offer 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.
For more information, see our PIAVE Safe City project page.
Safety and security in a crowded urban environment
In order to respond to the problem of mass gatherings, it was necessary to rethink the system for securing places and people during this project and to think of a new use of technological innovations such as AI or predictive analysis in order to guarantee an optimal level of surveillance.
To find out more, see our page on the S²UCRE project.