Pilot and Interoperability Enablement as given by C2-SENSE at ISESS 2017 Conference
C2-SENSE partner AIT attended the ISESS 2017 conference, which took place in Zadar, Croatia on 10-12th May, 2017. ISESS brings together researchers dealing with environmental challenges and trying to provide solutions using forward-looking and leading-edge IT technology. The conference connects researchers and users to overcome a manifold of technology changes and dynamics by using their best knowledge to improve our environment, and therefore the wellbeing of our society.
Two papers were presented, an AIT & SRDC publication giving an overview of the C2-SENSE interoperability and one AIT & INNOVA PUGLIA publicaiton on the pilot that was performed in the project few weeks before the conference.
Refiz Duro from AIT discussed how interoperability is fasciliated on a level that relieves a crisis manager from most burdens related to crisis response (e.g., being available to access sensor data or communicate with other responders). The software components in the C2-SENSE Framework were described, as well as the profiling approach that is necessitated for functioning interoperability at such a demanding level.
Gerald Schimak, also from AIT, presented the plan for the pilot application and expected findings. He also gave an overview of the involved entities in the pilot application scenario and the testing of the system functionality by using predefined micro-scenarios suitable for the pilot region in Apulia.
More information can be found on Publications pages.
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