Crisisplan has participated in multiple FP7 and Horizon2020 projects. These are European Framework Programmes that support research on resilience, crisis preparation and crisis response.
Crisisplan has been a partner in the following projects:
Intrepid aims to help first responders deal with the challenges they face when they arrive at the scene of a hazardous incident, providing a platform that will improve the 3D exploration and analysis of disaster areas.
The EU-funded project S4AllCities develops smart technologies to enhance the safety and security in urban environments
The STAMINA platform supports the national and international response to infectious diseases by providing an integrated solution to the challenges of information management and joint decision-making at the regional, national and European levels.
The IN-PREP project has developed a platform that can support and facilitate the training and preparedness of crisis response networks operating in a transboundary environment.
The TransCrisis project has generated extensive research on the management of transboundary crises. It offers lessons and insights that help make transboundary crisis management effective and legitimate.
The INACHUS project has developed a technological platform that allows for a significant time reduction and increased efficiency in Urban Search and Rescue (USaR).
The ZONeSEC project aims to deliver an innovative and cost-effective approach to the protection of critical widezone areas across the European Union.
The VASCO project aims to develop an innovative IT tool and simulation system that will enable security professionals and administrators to jointly formulate, test, and adjust security concepts and measures in a virtual environment.
The E-SPONDER platform is a suite of real-time data-centric technologies and applications that provides actionable information and communication support to first responders who operate during crises.
The INDIGO project is aimed to help urban crisis managers meet the complex challenges associated with natural, industrial or man-made incidents.
FASTER addresses the challenges associated with the protection of first responders in hazardous environments, while at the same time enhancing their capabilities in terms of situational awareness and communication.