The PRoTECT project’s perspective on the protection of public spaces
How to assess technologies to protect public spaces? The PRoTECT Technology Assessment Framework. Public announcement of the selected solutions for demonstration in the five PRoTECT partner cities
- 17 July, 10:00 CEST
Devising hypothetical threat scenarios in specific public spaces that are potential soft targets for a terrorist attack can greatly help municipalities assess existing solutions to prevent or mitigate such attacks. The PRoTECT Technology Evaluation Framework (TEF) is a unique tool for evaluating such solutions and/or technologies, which local authorities can tailor to their specific needs and vulnerabilities. This session will present the Request for Information procedure to identify potential solutions to be demonstrated in the five PRoTECT partner cities, the use and application of the TEF, and the technological solutions selected by municipalities.
- How to develop a Request for Solution Information (RFI)?
Ioannis Chasiotis, Research Associate, Center for Security Studies (KEMEA)
- How to evaluate a technology solution from a Request for Solution Information (RFI)? PRoTECT Technology Evaluation Framework (TEF) and its application
Graeme van Voorthuijsen, Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO)
- Announcement of the Selected Technological Solution coming out of a RFI
Peter van de Crommert, Manager EU Projects, Dutch Institute for Technology, Safety & Security (DITSS)
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This seminar is funded by the European Union’s Internal Security Fund-Police