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Faciliate matching of CDM solutions to capability needs (DRIVER+)

  1. Faciliate expressing the practitioners needs and Gaps.
  2. Faciliate the understanding of these needs by owners, so that they can develop and advertise the innovative Solutions resolving them.
  3. Faciliate discovering of the innovative Solutions addressing the needs and Gaps.

Create actionable intelligence based on information from multiple sources (IFAFRI)

The ability to create actionable intelligence based on data and information from multiple sources


Resource management during long-term response operations (DRIVER+)

Insufficiencies in terms of resource management (human resources, hardware, etc.) during multi-stakeholder long-term operations.


Incorporating information from multiple sources into incident command operations (IFAFRI)

The Ability to Incorporate Information from Multiple and Nontraditional Sources into Incident Command Operations


Conduct on-scene operations remotely without endangering responders (IFAFRI)

The ability to conduct on-scene operations remotely without endangering responders


Providing medical assistance to casualties (DRIVER+)

Barriers in to provide medical assistance to casualties either by transporting them to a safe place or bringing medical service to the scene (when medical care is not provided by firefighters’ units) - especially in forest fires.


Resource planning for large scale and long-term crises (DRIVER+)

Limitations in the planning of resources (qualified personnel and equipment) for during large scale and long-term


Adequate collaboration guidelines and methodology (STAMINA)

management is a collective effort encompassing various organisations that to work seamlessly together across domain and administrative borders.


Forest fires: Damage and Loss Assessment (DRMKC)

Damages and losses produced by wildfires depend on fire regimes and ecosystems’ vulnerability to fire. Fire severity is one of the main factors affecting damages and losses.


Forest fires: fire ecology (DRMKC)

Understanding ecosystem's vulnerability and potential to adapt to such changes can help developing proactive and post-fire regeneration strategies.



Forest fires: Technological Tools (DRMKC)

The increase in extent and intensity of wildfires creates more challenges for managing fire and firefighting. Technological tools can play a key role through enhancing the information flow and supporting the decision support systems used by fire commanders to take adequate decisions (evacuation or confinement) and coordinate the action of first responders.


Use of virtual reality to enhance preparedness for large scale evacuation (DRIVER+)

Shortcomings in the use of virtual reality to enhance of first responders in case of large scale evacuation, as a support for and .

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DRIVER+ project has received funding from the European Union's 7th Framework Programme for Research,
Technological Development and Demonstration under Grant Agreement (GA) N° #607798