Key readings

Deliverable

Pre-standardisation activities for Stream 4: Command and Control (D5.4)

This deliverable aims to provide a thorough report of the activities undertaken in Task 5.4 which is led by the standardization stream leader of Command and Control (CC) in close collaboration with the technical partners that provide interoperability solutions, national standardization bodies of STRATEGY and end-users. ...
Tuesday, 6 February, 2024

Deliverable

Pre-standardisation activities for Stream 2: Critical Infrastructure Protection (D5.2)

This document reports on the pre-standardisation activities carried out by stream 2 on Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP). This includes (1) the CWAs produced to support the gaps identified in Deliverable D1.1 [1] and the use cases based on them selected in D2.2 [2], and (2) other collaboration with standardisation working groups. ...
Tuesday, 6 February, 2024

Publication

Validation of Standardisation activities in Crisis Management through a Full Scale

This study presents the validation activities carried out for two standardisation items entitled “Specifications for Digital Scenarios for Crisis Managements” and “Requirements for acquiring digital information from victims during Search and Rescue operations”. The results of the developments and the validation through a Full-Scale Exercise is presented which aims at collecting key feedbac ...
Monday, 14 August, 2023

Publication

Resilient infrastructures through (pre-) standardization: The STRATEGY Perspective

Nowadays, threats and hazards being faced by Critical Infrastructures (CIs) become more frequent and complex, underlining the need for effective crisis management processes across all phases of the respective cycle. Standardised practices for preparing, responding, and mitigating the onset and results of such crises will enhance the efficiency of crisis management and improve the overall resilienc ...
Monday, 14 August, 2023

Publication

Emergency Response Planning: Efficiency through Standardisation

Nowadays, emergency response planning across the E.U. is regulated by national legislation and internal organizational procedures of the involved public services. Although the relative plans and procedures have several commonalities, they are not fully aligned, affecting interoperability in multiple ways. In cross-border crises, approaches may cause confusion or conflict among co-responsible first ...
Monday, 14 August, 2023

Publication

Emergency Management – Exchanging of Building and Infrastructure Damage Information

Past natural disasters have pointed to the significance of a rapid and reliable damage assessment to face short-term emergency response. Therefore, disseminating building and infrastructure damage information is essential for public services and practitioners to make timely and informed decisions following a disaster. The envisaged CEN Workshop Agreement on "Exchanging of building and infrastructu ...
Monday, 14 August, 2023

Publication

Pre-standardization activity on wildfire tactical situation symbology: The SITAC CEN/CENELEC workshop agreement

During the onset of a crisis, a wide range of local, regional, national and sometimes international authorities generate maps using proper symbols to support coordination and communication during a potential disaster, such as a large forest fire. In this context, it is essential that all stakeholders can readily understand the information shown on these maps to respond in a prompt and adequate man ...
Monday, 14 August, 2023

Publication

Collaborative Emergency Response – The Pathway to Standardisation

Command and control cover the decision-making and coordination activities that are implemented during an emergency by the commanders of the safety agencies. Usually, these activities are guided by various guidance, legislations and emergency response plans that are defined at local, national and/or EU level. A number of standards and directives are available worldwide, describing the structure of ...
Monday, 14 August, 2023

Publication

Digital Chain of Custody for CBRNE Events: Custody Transfer Governance

The specification of standardised processes with information related to the custody of digital evidence related to CBRNE events is a crucial issue today. The integrity of the evidence must be maintained, from its initial discovery to the subsequent submission to the court. This means it is essential to follow standardised procedures to ensure data quality while preserving the chain of custody. Eac ...
Monday, 14 August, 2023

Deliverable

Project website and dissemination material (D7.2)

This deliverable describes the communication and dissemination materials and channels that have been developed for the STRATEGY project up to M6 and that have been used to promote the project to our stakeholders and the general public. These materials include online outputs (the project website and social media accounts) and printed materials. The visual brand identity of the project is ensured by ...
Friday, 4 August, 2023

Deliverable

Baseline-workshop report with civil protection experts (D8.4)

This deliverable is a first output of the work that will be carried out in Task 8.3 (Advisory and End-Users Boards Activities), which aims at a constant “reality-check” of the outcomes of the project. Relevant experts from the crisis management and civil protection area and standardisation bodies experts will be invited to participate in the STRATEGY advisory and end-user board that should mee ...
Friday, 4 August, 2023

Deliverable

Inauguration of advisory and end-user advisory board (D8.2)

STRATEGY aims to actively involve experts throughout all stages of standardisation process. The ultimate project goal is to strengthen the resilience of EU against all types of natural & manmade disasters (multi-hazard approach). To fulfil these objectives the STRATEGY project will set up an Advisory Board (AB) and an End User Advisory Board (EUAB) bringing together experts from different d ...
Friday, 4 August, 2023

Deliverable

Research Ethics Handbook first version (D8.3)

This deliverable, entitled D8.3 Research Ethics Handbook, contains ethical principles and guidelines that STRATEGY partners will follow during the research activities of the project. The Handbook sets forth an approach to research in STRATEGY that treats research participants fairly, to protect their rights and interests and preserve their dignity. It provides standards and guidelines to ensure th ...
Friday, 4 August, 2023

Deliverable

Dissemination and communication plan – final version (D7.5)

The main purpose of this document is to report how, when, to whom and through which channels the current project outputs have been disseminated so far, also reflecting on the impact achieved through the assessment of the conducted activities. To do so, the deliverable has been structured to report the main activities carried out so far to maximise the communication and dissemination of the project ...
Friday, 4 August, 2023

Deliverable

List of stakeholders and EU projects and engagement activities report – first version (D7.4)

The main objective of WP7 “Impact creation, Communication & Dissemination”, under which this deliverable falls, is to ensure a high impact for STRATEGY as well as to pave the path for future exploitability of results. Stakeholder engagement and liaison activities with other projects will be the cornerstone for achieving this objective. In this context, identifying and mapping relevant cris ...
Friday, 4 August, 2023
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