The SAYSO Consortium is composed of 12 partners from 8 different European countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Luxembourg, Sweden, and the United Kingdom).
The SAYSO partners have extensive experience in European collaborations, in particular in the area of Civil Protection. The SAYSO consortium will be coordinated by THW (Federal Agency for Technical Relief) and will include 3 practitioner‐users ensuring a strong practitioner‐user focus for the project and 9 expert users specialised in the different fields relevant for the project (procurement, standardisation, ICT architecture, human factors, ethics and legal aspects).
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The European Organisation for Security (EOS) was created in 2007 by European private sector providers from all domains of security solutions and services. Its members represent all relevant domains of the economy (ICT‐Information and Communication Technologies, civil security, energy, transport, finance, services and research) across 13 different European countries. EOS work and purpose is to:
• Provide a platform of collaborative work, insightful exchange of ideas, and best practices between the European Institutions and European security industry, research centres, universities local clusters and associations;
• Develop a harmonised European security market in line with political, societal and economic needs through the efficient use of budgets;
• Achieve a better level of technology independence for European strategic autonomy, supporting the development and use of European reference solutions and growth of a genuine European industry.
EOS has an extensive network of industry partners. For SAYSO, EOS will embrace the role of Industry‐Liaison Partner and sustain communication with actors that could have a stake in enhancing this relationship. This will be a critical approach for the project and its objectives. EOS will be in charge of communicating and linking with the technology suppliers, including academia and the security industry. EOS has a vast network of industrial partners and SMEs; it also has very strong links to research institutes and academic institutions. EOS, as an experienced advocacy third party based in Brussels, will also contribute to policy initiatives.
European Organisation for Security
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