Applications for the next EMDM edition
EU-RADION (European System for Improved Radiological Hazard Detection and Identification)(Grant no.883204) is a project funded under the H2020 programme focused on performing research and providing innovative solutions in the field of CBRN threat detection and identification.
EU-SENSE is a 42-month EU funded research and innovation project realized H2020 grant agreement no.787031.
•It is coordinated by Łukasz Szklarski PhD from ITTI.
•The key aspect of the EU-SENSE project is the response to actual needs of European practitioners and technological gaps identified by the ENCIRCLE project.
•The crucial innovation of the EU-SENSE project is the development of a novel network of sensors for chemical threats detection.
Preliminary lessons learned around COVID-19 response Training during Covid - 19
Lessons learned and gaps from NO-FEAR project Webinar on EMS Response for COVID-19
Communication in crisis: Recommendations on Management, Approaches and Tools for Effective Communication
Silent hypoxia and the use of pulse oximetry for COVID 19 patients in the pre-hospital setting. Lessons observed presented in NO FEAR WP4 webinar October 30th 2020
Main lessons identified in the "COVID 19 risk communication in the health sector" webinar. The webinar took place on December 18 2020.
MEDEA will support a number of solution providers that will be invited for the “hands-on demos” with a voucher funding scheme to cover travelling and accommodation expenses, transportation of equipment and some consumable costs. A total amount of 15.000 euros is allocated for the TCP4 demonstration event (organised by practitioners), aiming to assist SMEs, Academia, and Research Projects to participate.
The demonstration event will be an attractive opportunity for solution providers to present the use of their tools in simulated real-life conditions and engage with a community of practitioners from MEDEA and other networks of practitioners.
There will also be a budget of 15.000 Euros so as to award challenge prizes for innovative solutions that fulfil (or will fulfil) the identified TCP capability gaps. The prize awards will be defined based on the number of the capability gaps, their priority and the urgency to fulfil said gaps (time horizon).. The means to address these capability gaps will not be prescribed, leaving contestants total freedom to come up with the most promising and effective solutions. The MEDEA prize award will aim to attract a wider range of innovators, provide opportunities to innovators to forge new partnerships, promote new products and services and spur interest in the problem areas defined by the practitioners.