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2nd Annual Dissemination Workshop in Barcelona (May 14th-16th)
May 14 @ 8 h 30 min - May 16 @ 17 h 30 min CESTFree
The second annual FIRE-IN Dissemination Workshop will be held on 15 May 2019 and is open to everyone!
You will have a chance to learn about the latest results from FIRE-IN project, explore the solutions to your Fire&Rescue challenges, get the first glimpse of the e-FIRE-IN platform and meet other relevant projects and solution providers.
Here are some of the solution providers and projects from different Fire&Rescue fields who expressed interest in presenting their results in the workshop:
- Heimdall Project – Multi-Hazard Cooperative Management Tool for Data Exchange, Response Planning and Scenario Building
- Driver+ Project – Driving Innovation in Crisis Management for European Resilience
- SatWays Ltd. – Command and Control systems
- EXODUS – evacuation simulation tool
- ResQU2 platform – Improving guidelines, operational plans, procedures and exercises related to incidents at sea and in ports
- Pathfinder – hardware and software solution to assist first responders to navigate in smoke-filled buildings
- Fire Safe Europe – putting fire safety on the agenda of the European Union
- Young fire cadets and army veterans – volunteerism in Danish Fire and Rescue Click here for the preliminary agenda. Detailed agenda will be sent to you at the beginning of May.Note for partners: The Consortium meeting will be held according to the same schedule as the meeting in Rome in 2018: afternoon 14 of May and morning 16 May. The Consortium meeting will be open for the project partners only.
Roger de Flor, 38
How to get there:
- By taxi – around 35€/taxi
- Arrival Terminal 1: By Airbus to Plaça Catalunya – Take Underground/Metro, Line 1 (Red) – 2 stops – Arrival to Arc del Triomf Metro Station – Walk 2 minutes
- Arrival Terminal 2: By Airbus or train (Renfe) to Plaça Catalunya – Take Underground/Metro, Line 1 (Red) – 2 stops – Arrival to Arc del Triomf Metro Station – Walk 2 minutes
From city centre:
Go to Plaça Catalunya Underground/Metro Station, Line 1 (Red) – 2 stops – Arrival to Arc del Triomf Metro Station – Walk 2 minutes
What happens if a truck transporting dangerous chemicals collides with a train? A fire starts in a tall building or in a mountainous area? What are the rescue procedures in different countries? What resources are available? How ready are the rescue services? What can we learn from the experiences abroad?
Answers to these and similar questions are in the focus of the workshops for civil protection agencies, firefighters and researchers from 8 EU countries within the FIRE-IN project. The workshops took place in the 2018, during which more than 80 emergency management experts from different European countries identified common capability challenges in Fire & Rescue. The experts explored the challenges through real-life scenarios such as a plane crash in the mountains or a road tunnel fire. The results of the workshops were thoroughly analysed by the project partners.
However, identifying capability gaps and challenges is just the beginning of the FIRE-IN mission. The project partners already compiled the first list of possible solutions for the gaps and challenges. The solutions range from technical innovations like drones and robots to management systems and learning tools. Later this information will be summarized and shared among the practitioners, research and industry through an innovative WEB-based e-FIRE-IN platform, which will allow faster and cheaper access to the state-of-the-art Fire & Rescue technology for the whole Europe.
The project started in May 2017 and now invites all interested parties to come and join its second Annual Dissemination workshop to share some preliminary results and give an opportunity to Fire & Rescue practitioners to network and exchange knowledge and experiences.
The Dissemination Workshop, hosted by Bombers de la Generalitat, will take place on 15 May 2019 at Espai Endesa, c/ Roger de Flor, 38, 08018 Barcelona
FIRE-IN project is set to improve national and European Fire & Rescue capability development. FIRE-IN has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme and consists of 16 partners from 8 European countries, representing research, practitioners, governmental agencies and business. Within the next 5 years the project will identify Fire & Rescue practitioners’ requirements and needs to connect them with relevant innovative technologies. The results will be shared among hundreds of experts and professional networks from the whole Europe through an innovative e-FIRE-IN platform.