I-REACT aims to develop a through the integration and modelling of data coming multiple sources. Information from European monitoring systems, earth observations, historical information and weather forecasts will be combined with data gathered by new technological developments created by I-REACT. These include a mobile app and a social media analysis to account for real-time crowdsourced information, drones to improve mapping, wearables to improve positioning, as well as augmented reality glasses to facilitate reporting and information visualisation by first responders. With this approach I-REACT will be able to empower stakeholders in the and management of disasters. Citizens will be involved in reporting first-hand information, policymakers will be supported in the decision making process, and first responders will be equipped with essential tools for early warning and .
Overall, I-REACT aims to be a European-wide contribution to build more secure and resilient societies to disasters.
Supported Use Cases
Integrate data from different sources
DRIVER+ project has received funding from the European Union's 7th Framework Programme for Research,