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Three EU-funded projects (SECTOR, EPISECC and SecInCoRe) shared their points of view about several aspects of the Common Information Space. One of the main panels was focussed on three fundamental aspects of an information sharing space:
a “Pan-European inventory”, which collects information about past disasters and provides useful lesson learnt; taxonomies, a crucial concept for a complete understanding of the message between different organisations and different languages; standardisation, another pillar in the field of information sharing, as well as several other domains



On 3 May, PSCE and the EPISECC project will also organise a workshop on standardization in the premises of the German Red Cross in Munich. The workshop will be focused on the importance for EU projects to put more efforts on standardisation activities in order to bring innovation adapted to the fast-changing market.



Tomorrow, 31 March, the Activity 4 Project Meeting of the I_HeERO project will be held in Lisbon, Portugal. The project (Infrastructure Harmonised eCall European Pilot) aims at the development of the infrastructure needed for the implementation of the eCall service. The Activity 4, “Data Integration”, deals with the integration of the data exchanged between the different actors during an eCall.



Among the topics, the integration of new Testbeds and UxVs (Unmanned Vehicles), towards the first operational prototype of the platform in June.



Events
17 - 17 May
2017

Common Information Space Event in Brussels

Three EU-funded projects (SECTOR, EPISECC and SecInCoRe) shared their points of view about several aspects of the Common Information Space. One of the main panels was focussed on three fundamental aspects of an information sharing space: a "Pan-European inventory", which collects information about past disasters and provides useful lesson learnt; taxonomies, a crucial concept for a complete understanding of the message between different organisations and different languages; standardisation, another pillar in the field of information sharing, as well as several other domains
03 - 05 May
2017

IES at the PSCE Conference in Munich

On 3 May, PSCE and the EPISECC project will also organise a workshop on standardization in the premises of the German Red Cross in Munich. The workshop will be focused on the importance for EU projects to put more efforts on standardisation activities in order to bring innovation adapted to the fast-changing market.
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Based in Rome, Catania and Oxford, Intelligence for Environment & Security - IES Solutions - is a private SME founded in 2004. IES Solutions is a company actively pursuing research and development and/or commercial projects. It aims at supplying ICT solutions mainly addressed to the Environmental and Security branch.