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Our Projects


Integrated Technological and Information Platform for Wildfire Management. Funded by the EU Horizon 2020 Green Deal program and coordinated by Università Telematica Pegaso, SILVANUS project includes 49 partners from the European Union, Brazil, Indonesia, and Australia, with a budget of €23 million for a period of 42 months.
The SILVANUS project brings together a large consortium of interdisciplinary experts from four continents to combat the threat of forest fires and improve forest resilience against climate change.



RESPO-C is a cascade funded project under SecurIT. Within
this project activities we are introducing a holistic information management system, accessible to citizens via a dedicated mobile native application. RESPO-C goal is to deliver disaster management mobile native modules for wildfire notification alerts harnessing geospatial data and potential threat alerts derived from social media cloud insights.
In partnership with MHK consulting company based in UK, we're also committed to assessing the cybersecurity risks, ensuring our system's resilience in real-world operational settings.

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NERO is an advanced Cybersecurity Ecosystem consisting of five interrelated frameworks provisioned to offer a Cybersecurity Awareness program, as recommended by ENISA to be the best way to educate and develop a security-first culture amongst employees on how to mitigate the impact of cyber threats and incorporate activities, resources, and training to foster a cyber security culture. NERO primarily provides SMEs with a Cyber Immunity Toolkit Repository, Cyber Resilience Program, and Cyber Awareness Training via Gamification and provides its modules through a user-friendly Marketplace. 



The ESCORT project seeks to enhance healthcare service operations by addressing the dual modes of preparedness and crisis response. Aligned with the European Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Authority (HERA) holistic approach, ESCORT integrates intelligence gathering, research and development of medical countermeasures, and coordination of access through purchase, manufacturing, and stockpiling. ESCORT builds upon the NO-FEAR project's outcomes to ensure continuous patient access to healthcare during cross-border emergencies. Core activities include engaging patient advocacy groups, developing innovative patient services, optimizing resources, incorporating AI and IoT technologies, and providing evidence-based recommendations for EU health and care resilience.



A Collective Intelligent Platform To Support Cancer Champions. Lifechamps aims to address the inherent complexity caused by cancer treatments and to act in the monitoring of health status and improvement of quality of life in a significant manner by using emerging technologies in the fields of Big Data, Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence. 



Respond-A: Next-generation equipment tools and mission-critical strategies for First Responders. RESPOND-A project aims at developing holistic and easy-to-use solutions for First Responders by bringing together the complementary strengths of its Investigators in 5G wireless communications, Augmented and Virtual Reality, autonomous robot and unmanned aerial vehicle coordination, intelligent wearable sensors and smart monitoring, geovisual analytics, immersive geospatial data analysis, and interactive multi-view 360o video streaming. 



The COVID-19 pandemic has posed significant challenges for the global education sector, requiring rapid digitization and remote delivery of courses. However, many institutions were not fully prepared for this shift, leading to security and privacy concerns. The project INCIDENCE aims to address these challenges by developing a cyber hygiene framework for distance learning and teaching, as well as a safe eLearning toolkit that integrates modern pedagogies and cybersecurity measures. These solutions will empower both educators and students to maintain cyber hygiene and respond to potential threats effectively.



SHIFT: MetamorphoSis of cultural Heritage Into augmented hypermedia assets For enhanced accessibiliTy and inclusion supports the adoption of digital transformation strategies and the uptake of tools within the creative and cultural industries (CCI), where progress has been lagging. 

The SHIFT consortium brings together 13 leading research and industrial organisations and SMEs, coordinated by SIMAVI (Romania), with the vision to strengthen the impact of cultural heritage assets. It will increase the appeal of historical artefacts, improving their accessibility and usability for everyone through better content representation, enriched user experiences, inclusive design, training and more engaging business models.

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