by Matteo Mauri
The final event of the IMPACT EU Funded Project hosted a panel session dedicated to the LETSCROWD Project. Santiago Caceres Elvira, LETSCROWD Project Coordinator, keynote speaker, presented the project objectives.
The final event of the IMPACT EU Funded Project took place in Rome, Italy, September 20-21 and hosted the first workshop of the LETSCROWD project. The event brought together experts, researchers, practitioners, and relevant stakeholders in the different transport domains such as service providers, first responders, law enforcement, national and international regulators, in order to:
- create a wider community around the theme of multicultural and social factors in emergency management in transport domains;
- present, validate and discuss the final results achieved by the project;
- exchange best practices and generalise findings with other research Projects and to other domains.
Keynote speakers provided the impetus for a discussion on current research trends in socio-cultural aspects relevant for ensuring safety and security in modern transport hubs.
IMPACT final event hosted a panel session (Panel discussion on Security research challenges in mass gathering events & Round Table) dedicated to the LETSCROWD Project. Santiago Caceres Elvira, LETSCROWD Project Coordinator, keynote speaker, presented the project objectives.