Technology

The development and application of technologies, measures and standards improves behavior understanding, fire prevention and control to improve fire fighting operations and equipment, fire suppression, fire safety, fire investigations and disaster response.

 

We need to focus on using technology to assess risk and minimize responders’ engagement, on to forecast and simulate complex scenarios. We need to obtain technological tools to support data sharing and means to help us getting a clear picture of the risk evolution. 

 

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                     Conceptual compilation of the results collected in 2018 2019 during Fire-in workshops about Technology
I. HIGH FLOW OF RESPONSE IN HOSTILE ENVIRONMENTII.High Impact, Low Frequency Emergencies 


III.Multi-agency /          Multi leadership                Environment   

IV.High Level of Uncertainty
Use technology to assess risks and minimize responders engagementForecast and simulate complex scenarios Technological tools to support data sharing Get a clear picture of the risk
evolution

1. Technology focused on obtaining the vision of the situation:
a) Continuous responders’ location.
b) Awareness of the time efforts could
be sustained.
c) Map de exposure.
d) Unmanned tools.


2. Suitable for emergencies:
a) Reliable tools for rapid diagnostic.
b) Energy and communications
maintenance/continuity.
c) Intelligence applied to materials and
tools.


3. End-users/responders:
a) Inversion in new technologies.
b) User’s involvement in all the design
process.


4. Forecasts and simulations adapted to local scale and microscale.

1. Technology focused on reaching big amounts of data:
a) Tools to monitor operations
response progress.
b) Tools to massively alert
population in real-time.
c) Quick screening tools for triage.


2. Certification/validation:
a) AI
b) Models
c) TRL of services and tools


3. Crowd-sourcing and multiform data integration tools.

1. Cross-border technology transfer 

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