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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International Security Competence Centre

International Security Competence Centre G.m.b.H. (ISCC), an SME, is the commercial branch of the ISCC Association, a non‐profit research oriented organisation. The company represents an international network of experts in security‐related threat and risk assessment, as well as in security technology and operational security. ISCC operates on the basis of networked security, cooperating closely with members of the international security community (armed forces, police, land special forces), eminent scientists and engineers from universities and private industry - many serving as associates of ISCC.

Role in the project

ISCC is the SAYSO Technical Coordinator Partner. ISCC will contribute with its extensive practical experience in developing tools for situational awareness, ranging from sensor‐equipped drones to computer‐based expert systems for first responders and 3D/2D computer modelling of the impact of CBRNe agents on man and the environment.
ISCC will be in charge of coordinating the technical aspects of the process and drafting the specifications. ISCC will focus on ensuring that the overall objective of SAYSO, identifying innovative solutions to improve current situational awareness, is met. This will consist inter alia in analysing R&D results obtained in pertinent EU FP7 and H2020 projects.

Personnel involved

Em. O. Univ. Prof. Dr. Friedrich Steinhäusler

Universität Salzburg, Hellbrunnerstr. 34, A 5020 Salzburg, Austria

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