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R&D Projects

We are involved in numerous EU projects, funded by Erasmus+ and H2020, leading R&D tasks of AR/VR applications, wearable technologies and mobile application development

Lifechamps Project EU


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 Project EU


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. 



RESPO-C is a cascade funded project under SecurIT. Within RESPO-C 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.



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.


incidence project eu


Over the past months, the COVID-19 pandemic has raised significant challenges in the global educational sector on different levels, calling for the full digitilization and remote delivery of courses and programs, while many institutions are not fully prepared for such situation. Although the global educational sector has attempted to react promptly to such new situation, it is widely accepted that existing solutions have introduced a number of security and privacy concerns, as remote delivery increases the chances for sensitive student and teaching staff data to be exposed to cyber threats. Moreover, digitilizing and not only digitising the education implies adjusting the pedagogical models of the respective courses, to enhance interaction and minimize passive learning, which in turns introduces further challenges in terms of security and privacy. INCIDENCE aims to address those challenges at two levels. On the educational level, by developing and delivering a novel cyber hygiene framework, tailored to the requirements and characteristics of HEI distance learning and teaching, and on the infrastructure level by offering a safe to use eLearning toolkit reflecting on modern eLearning pedagogies and state of the art cybersecurity and privacy advances. Such solutions will empower both teaching staff and students with knowledge on maintaining a high level of cyber hygiene and new capabilities to respond to potential threats that may arise. 

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