By Alexis Gizikis – EENA. What is risk perception? Where do Europeans feel safer? Do they perceive the EU a safe place to live in? What do Europeans perceive as important challenges to security?
December 5-6, 2018, Brussels, Belgium. Represented by ETRA and BayFHVR, LETSCROWD participated at SRE 2018 with its own stand with a dedicated Roll-up).
By Andres Garcia-Silva, Jose Manuel Gomez-Perez – Expert System Spain, and Alessio Mulas, Davide Ariu – Pluribus One. Web Content as primary source of information.
Your opinion matters. The LETSCROWD survey on European citizens’ attitude towards security in mass gatherings events
By Alessia Golfetti and Sabina Giorgi – Deep Blue. LETSCROWD needs your opinion to explore the public perception of security with respect to mass gatherings, taking into account the citizens’ perspective. Join our survey!
By Arturo Cuesta, Daniel Alvear, Orlando Abreu, Adriana Balboa – University of Cantabria. A timely prediction in the evacuation process of mass gathering events might well be crucial to save lives in case of an emergency.
SINNOVA is the most important Sardinian exhibition dedicated to innovation, organized every year in Cagliari (Italy). More than 150 exhibitors, among innovative ICT companies, universities, investors, present their products and the results of their research activities.
October 3-4, 2018, Brussels, Belgium. The LETSCROWD project was presented by Geert Smet, Local Police Voorkempen, within a satellite session of the 7th edition of the ASTRID User Days.
LETSCROWD 2nd workshop within European Association for Biometrics Research Projects Conference 2018 (EAB-RPC)
The second workshop of the LETSCROWD project took place in Darmstadt, Germany (September 24,25 2018) within the European Association for Biometrics Research Projects Conference 2018 (EAB-RPC).
By Paul Townsend and Dan Jeffery – Crowd Dynamics International. A mass gathering is a coming together of people for some reason – maybe a concert, sports event or protest.
By Carlo Dambra and Alex Gralewski – PROPRS Ltd. In the management of mass gathering events, Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) are collecting weak signals from many different heterogeneous sources: