Frederiksborg Fire & Rescue Service is a partner in the beAWARE project, which overall goal is to promote an integrated solution to support forecasting, early warnings, transmission and routing of the emergency data, aggregated analysis of multimodal data and manage the coordination between the first responders and the authorities. beAWARE will be developed to provide support in all the phases of an emergency incident caused from extreme weather conditions (floods, fire, droughts etc.) using a wide variety of technologies and tools to assist the work of disaster planners and emergency responders.
All in all, it makes You able to accurately determine what has happened, what is happening now, and what will come next, all in order to plan and coordinate the most effective response possible with the resources available. the 29th of January
Now it’s time to invite collaborators and preparedness partners to the Copenhagen Workshop on the 29th of January.
The workshop will take place at the PSAP for Greater Copenhagen, at Gearhalsvej 1 in Valby.
|09:30||10:00||Welcome – Introductions|
\Rasmus Lillemose, MA (ed) in Educational Studies
|10:20||10:40||Danish Fire & Rescue Service – The organization
\Kim Lintrup, Executive Director Frederiksborg Fire & Rescue Service
|11:50||12:50||Citizens and authorities in crisis situations
\Rasmus Dahlberg, Disaster Researcher, Ph.d. Copenhagen Center for disaster Research
|12:50||13:50||Break – Lunch|
|13:50||14:20||Risk based design
\Sefik Muhic, Ph.d.
|14:20||15:10||beAWARE solution presentation|
|15:10||16:00||Discussion procedure – requirement|
You can read more about the project on the webpage https://beaware-project.eu/
The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and innovation Programme, under Grant Agreement no 700475.