LETSCROWD results at 14th Meeting of the Community of Users on Secure, Safe, Resilient Societies, Brussels
September 18, 2019. The LETSCROWD coordinator (ETRA) was invited to present the projects results participating in the panel on Protection of Public Spaces at the 14th CoU Meeting.
The tool performs hundreds of simulations for the same scenario to capture all potential outcomes. The outputs are the total evacuation times, the evacuation times per exit and the exit use.
The Semantic Intelligence Engine (SIE) tools allows gathering, monitoring and analyzing information published in the Web about a mass gathering before and during a given event.
By Giorgio Fumera – PRA Lab, University of Cagliari. In a previous article, we provided an overview on the application of computer vision research to support Law Enforcement Agency (LEA) operators.
By Chanan Graf – RailSEC In recent years the world has faced an increasing tendency of terror organizations to carry out attacks in urban environments.
The LETSCROWD consortium released the project official video. Discover our objectives and results.