Improved international cooperation addressing first responder capability gaps

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Open Call Reference: HORIZON-CL3-2022-DRS-01-07

International cooperation is key to respond to different kind of natural and man-made disasters, as well as intentional security threats. Besides operational cooperation, there is a need to find a common understanding on what innovation is needed to able to respond to different challenges.

Address one or several of the following capability gaps within national first responders:
-The ability to know the location of responders and their proximity to risks and hazard in real time
-The ability to detect, monitor, and analyse passive and active threats and hazards at incident scenes in real time
-The ability to monitor the physiological signs of emergency responders
-The ability to incorporate information from multiple and non-traditional sources into incident command operations
-The ability to create actionable intelligence based on data and information from multiple sources

-Improved real-time detection, tracking, and analysis of different risks
-Improved targeting of actionable intelligence
-Enhanced European and global interoperability for different types of first responders

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