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Toetage CDM (kriisi- ja katastroofiohje) lahenduste sidumist võimekuse vajadustega (DRIVER+)

  1. Aidake kaasa    praktikute võimekuse vajaduste ja lünkade väljendamisele.
  2. Aidake kaasa  lahenduste omanike teadlikkusele nendest vajadustest, et neil oleks võimalik töötada välja ja reklaamida vajadustele vastavaid uuenduslikke lahendusi.
  3. Aidake kaasa (kriisi- ja katastroofiohje) vajadustele ja lünkadele vastavate uuenduslike lahenduste leidmisel.


Traditional surveillance gives information only on a limited part of the impact caused by a pandemic, mainly from the health care sector since that is from where data is recorded and reported. This information needs to be complemented with information on the impact the pandemic causes also in other sectors of society. These sectors are for instance workplaces and schools. With this information, policy makers on different levels will be better guided to make informed decisions on policies on what countermeasures to implement.


Piisav ühise operatsioonilise pildi keskkond (DRIVER+)

„Ühise operatsioonilise pildi“ keskkonna võimetus integreerida andmeallikaid ja arvutuste tulemusi erinevatest mudelitest, mis on olulised  intsidendi juhi otsustusprotsessis.


Traditional visualizations used in the public health domain mainly include simple graph-based or map-based visualizations. With the data deluge taking place, the use of such simple visualization techniques is proving ineffective as they essentially lack the ability to deal with enormous data. Understanding massive amounts of disparate, dynamic data from heterogeneous sources calls for advanced visualization techniques that may incorporate automated methods of data analysis as well as human perception. In addition, there is a lack of a common visualization and data presentation tool, or a (pandemic) dashboard, at EU level that could be used by all Member States during a high impact epidemic or pandemic.


Jälgige päästetöötajate füsioloogilisi näitajaid (IFAFRI)

jälgida päästetöötajate füsioloogilisi näitajaid


Forest fires: Preparedness (DRMKC)

The preparedness of agencies and communities to deal with forest fires requires an adequate evaluation of fire and its timely communication, reliable early-warning systems, as well as the training of personnel for efficient emergency operations.


Suure ulatusega evakuatsioon linnapiirkondades (DRIVER+)

Puudujäägid rahvastiku suure ulatusega evakuatsiooni kavandamisel ja juhtimisel linnapiirkondades


Many countries now have plans in place, which include measures such as rationing of resources, enforced isolation or quarantine, or seizure of goods and property. However, many of the national plans are not supported by national laws. This inadequate legal underpinning can lead to an incoherent response across Member States and some current legislation may be outdated and/or in breach of the European Convention on Human Rights.


Integrated Fire Management (DRMKC)

Forest fire is a natural hazard that becomes semi-natural as far as most fire incidences are caused by human activities, in Europe and elsewhere. Forest fires are complex phenomena involving land use and related policies such as the EU CAP, urban planning in the vicinity of forests, climate and weather conditions, and human activities, cultural traditions. Therefore, the problem has multiple interacting drivers and aspects, beyond just considering ignitions and firefighting issues.


Metsatulekahjud: kliimamuutus (DRMKC)

Arusaamine tulevaste kliimamuutuste mõju kohta metsatulekahjudele ja nendega seotud kasvuhoonegaaside heitmetele Euroopas ja ülemaailmselt on oluline, et määratleda kohandamiseks vajalikud meetmed ja metsade leevendusmeetmete potentsiaal.


Metsatulekahjud: tule ökoloogia (DRMKC)

Ökosüsteemi haavatavuse ja muudatustega kohandumise potentsiaali mõistmine võib olla abiks ennetavate kaitsemeetmete ja tulekahjujärgsete regenereerimise strateegiate välja töötamisel.



Public trust in governmental and public health institutions is critical for effective management of a public health emergency. Measures to prepare and respond to a pandemic need the support, cooperation and understanding of the public. Where there is a lack of trust, the public may act in ways which are unhelpful, or even harmful. They may also panic. While important, understanding what creates and drives “trust” is difficult because it is a complex concept which is difficult to measure or control. This makes it challenging to take appropriate measures to respond to a loss of trust.

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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