“Next-generation equipment tools and mission-critical strategies for First Responders”

About RESPOND-A

RESPOND-A project aims at developing holistic and easy-to-use solutions for First Responders by bringing together the complementary strengths of its Investigators in 5G wireless communications, Augmented and Virtual Reality, autonomous robot and unmanned aerial vehicle coordination, intelligent wearable sensors and smart monitoring, geovisual analytics and immersive geospatial data analysis, passive and active localization and tracking, and interactive multi-view 360o video streaming.

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The 2nd RESPOND-A Newsletter has just been published and is accessible here.   Click here
RESPOND-A First Training session was successfully held online the 10th and 11th of December 2020 under a virtual environment due
The RESPOND-A's virtual General Assembly has taken place on 27-28 January 2021. On 27 January all work packages were presented
As a project dedicated to increase the capabilities of first responders, RESPOND-A welcomes the European Commission's report (DG ECHO) ­
“On 27th/28th January 2021, our project partner Athonet will host the first edition of the UPTIME conference at VIlla Griffone,
The 1st RESPOND-A Newsletter has just been published and is accessible here. Read More >
RESPOND-A will organize its first training session on 10th and 11th of December 2020, based on the “Use-case 3: Port
Dr. Georgios Boustras, Project Coordinator and Director of The Centre for Risk and Decision Sciences (CIRES), has presented RESPOND-A in
Dr. Anastasios Kourtis Technical Coordinator of RESPOND-A and Research Director of the Institute of Informatics & Telecommunications of NCSR DEMOKRITOS
We are pleased to announce that the official kick-off- meeting of the project RESPOND-A took place online according to the

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement No. 883371.