Strengthening links between technologies and society for European disaster resilience (LINKS)

The aim of LINKS is to understand and assess the impact of social media and crowd-sourcing (SMCS) on European resilience to disasters. In the course of the project, a framework will be developed that can be used to understand, assess and manage SMCS in disaster situations. The LINKS framework consists…

Integrated Safety Pilot Region (INSPIRE)

In the field of digitization for civil security, numerous promising individual solutions have emerged over the past few years. However, many individual solutions with different operating concepts, media breaks, partially redundant data, heterogeneous data formats or without integration into existing systems are only of limited use in the case of…

safety days 2019

The safety days 2019 will be held for the first time at the University of Paderborn from 22 to 24 March under the motto “Information technology meets civil safety”. The days are addressed to decision-makers and civil safety forces as well as IT professionals and amateurs. The aim is to…

Crisis simulation for the collaboration of emergency forces and the population (TEAMWORK)

The preparation for crisis events is time-consuming and expensive. Modern simulation environments and “serious gaming” open up completely new possibilities. The research project “Crisis simulation for the collaboration of emergency forces and the population” (TEAMWORK) investigates how emergency forces and the population can prepare for crisis events together in a…

Mobile Information System for Process Optimisation in Fire Services and Public Administrations (Mobis Pro)

One of the objectives of the research project “Mobile Information System for Process Optimisation in Fire Services and Public Administrations” (Mobis Pro) is to support fire services in preventive and defensive fire protection. This will enable mobile electronic data collection and improve access to existing data. Emergency personnel on site…