We are glad to inform you that the first SAYSO webinar will take place on 6 February 2018 at 15:00 CET and the first SAYSO Public Workshop on 21 March 2018 in Berlin.
The webinar and the workshop are targeted at all interested parties, including end-users, suppliers of situational awareness tools, and public procurement authorities.
The webinar will present a general overview of SAYSO and show you how you can benefit from engaging with the project. The webinar will last approximately an hour and consist of short talks (30 - 45 minutes) followed by a Q&A session.
The workshop will be a one-day event taking place at the German Institute for Standardization (DIN) in Berlin. Its aim is to get feedback on the first project results so that they can be further refined. Notably, the practitioners’ requirements identified and the existing SA solutions and tools (and the resulting gap analysis) will be presented.
We invite you to also add the Final Conference of our partner project ResiStand (resistand.eu) - Increasing disaster Resilience by establishing a sustainable process to support Standardisation of technologies and services - to your calendar. The conference will take place on 22nd March 2018 (the day after the SAYSO workshop) also in Berlin, Germany. The conference will bring together policy makers and stakeholders from standardisation, industry, research and end-users in the field of crisis management and disaster resilience to share information on ResiStand's key outputs - the ResiStand Roadmap and the ResiStand Process.
With this message we invite you to "Save the dates". We will soon come back to you with more detailed information.
Looking forward to speaking with you!
Hanna Maria Burkow
SAYSO Project Coordinator
Federal Agency for Technical Relief, THW
Benefits of attending the webinar
Benefits of attending the workshop
SAYSO: What is it about?
SAYSO aims to pave the way for the development of innovative Situational Awareness Systems (multiple sensors, computer-based decision support) for improved coordination of multi-stakeholder civil protection operations.
The SAYSO mission is to define the specifications and corresponding Reference Architecture for beyond the State-of-the-Art situational awareness tools that fulfil end-user requirements and that can be used across different organisations, different command levels and national borders.
By the end of the project, SAYSO will provide the information and tools that Public Procurement Authorities need to launch pre-commercial procurements required to develop SAYSO-compliant Situational Awareness Systems.