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STAMINA Press Announcement – 25.8.2022

The STAMINA project for pandemic management’s simulation exercise in Valencia, Spain publicated on August 25th a Press Announcement.

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Newsletter No. 4 project STAMINA

STAMINA is a H2020 project (No. 883441) developing a smart support platform that will assist pandemic crisis management practitioners at a regional, national and international level. The STAMINA toolset will be accompanied by a set of guidelines on effective implementation of risk communication principles and best practices in cross-organisational preparedness and response plans.

The STAMINA consortium unites a diverse range of experts and organisations, including decision makers, policymakers, national planners, public authorities, health care workers, regional emergency management agencies, first responders, NGOs, social scientists, (bio)informaticians, research organisations and IT experts.

Read more abot the project here :

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Newsletter project S4AllCities – July 2022

July 2022, the new 5th Newsletter of the S4AllCities project (Smart Spaces Safety & Security for All Cities) was issued.

Read the news from the implementation of this project here:

https://shoutout.wix.com/so/b7O8wkhQX?languageTag=en&cid=52644536-7c73-45e0-9ac4-3c18b80f48c2#/main

Reflections on STAMINA’s 1st International Summit on Pandemic Management

On 18 May 2022, the STAMINA project partners and stakeholders came together in-person for the first time since the start of the project during the 1st International Summit on Pandemic Management in València (Spain), organised and hosted by the València Local Police.

This Summit aimed to be a forum for discussion and debate for high-level experts to present lessons learnt from the ongoing pandemic to share and discuss ways to apply these learning to be better prepared for and manage future health crises. During the Summit, representatives from the project consortium shared the STAMINA Project’s progress and demonstrated the usefulness of the STAMINA tools to help end-users better manage pandemics such as through bio-tools for rapid and accurate detection of pathogens. STAMINA partners also shared the importance of and ways to achieve a more coordinated effort among key stakeholders and decision makers through effective data exchanges between countries in the EU and beyond.

STAMINA’s 1st Summit was preceded by a pilot test and a stakeholder seminar on 17 May in the València Port Authority premises, where some of STAMINA tools developed were tested, validated and evaluated by simulating critical situations in the real world. Participants and attendees of the pilot test benefited in understanding the utility and efficacy of these tools to better manage health crises of the future.

The summit featured key stakeholders and experts in healthcare such as Anne Simon, Head of Emergency Office, Health Emergency Preparedness and Response General Directorate (HERA), European Commission, Miranda Ngoc, Reporting and Knowledge Management Officer, World Health Organisation Office (WHO) for Europe, as well as Ministry of Health, Emergency Health Response and Medical Research representatives from different European countries involved in the STAMINA Project.

One of the segments during the Summit brought together other healthcare EU-funded projects to being collaboration and cooperation between projects to strengthen policy influence and decision making during health crisis by finding synergies through discussion. The projects that were represented by the speakers include COVINFORM, STRATEGY, PERISCOPE, COVID-X and PANDEM-2 and all of these projects with several others form the PREPARE Cluster that is led by STAMINA.

At least 38 organisations from 19 EU and non-EU countries participated in the Summit, which marks the culmination of two years of intense collaborative work on the subject, demonstrating that police forces, health ministries, universities, hospitals, researchers, businesses, administrations and many other entities from Europe and non-EU countries can successfully collaborate in the face of a common challenge such as COVID-19.

TPEB CR was represented on the summit by Vanda Bostikova, Researcher at the Atlanta Center for Disease Control and Prevention(USA), Professor of Epidemiology at the Military University of the Czech Republic.

1st International Summit on Pandemic Management in Valencia (Spain)

On 18 May 2022, STAMINA will hold its 1st International Summit on Pandemic Management in Valencia (Spain), organised by the STAMINA partner, Valencia Local Police. This will be a hybrid event with both virtual and in-person participants.

The STAMINA project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The project aims to develop solutions to increase the capability of pandemic planners and responders to manage, assess, predict pandemic situations.

The consortium comprises 37 organisations from industry, health authorities, public sector, and academia from across the European Union, United Kingdom, Turkey, and Tunisia.

Newsletter project S4AllCities – March 2022

In March 2022, the new 4th Newsletter of the S4AllCities project (Smart Spaces Safety & Security for All Cities) was issued.

Read the news from the implementation of this project here :

https://shoutout.wix.com/so/1fNyWdlk3?languageTag=en&cid=c01a916e-abe0-4ab2-80c3-f7a730774919#/main

STAMINA 3rd Newsletter

Welcome to the new STAMINA project newsletter, a guide to our latest work and news.
STAMINA is a H2020 project (No. 883441) developing a smart support platform that will assist pandemic crisis management practitioners at a regional, national and international level. The STAMINA toolset will be accompanied by a set of guidelines on effective implementation of risk communication principles and best practices in cross-organisational preparedness and response plans.

The STAMINA consortium unites a diverse range of experts and organisations, including decision makers, policymakers, national planners, public authorities, health care workers, regional emergency management agencies, first responders, NGOs, social scientists, (bio)informaticians, research organisations and IT experts.

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Great final video – SecureGas

The long journey of the SecureGas project – H2020, which started 30 months ago, is now coming to an end.
What a better way to celebrate than to have a great final video project!
Enjoy it and feel free to contact us if you are interested in the project and its results.
We thank the entire consortium, all partners and collaborators who participated in this project and who achieved amazing results. It was a great honor for TPEB CR and a huge experience to be able to participate in this project.

TPEB CR has entered into three newly submitted projects H2020

ELEMENTAL

HORIZON-HLTH-2021-ENVHLTH-02 – HORIZON-RIA – submitted 9/21/2021

The ELEMENTAL project will carry out interdisciplinary technical and scientific innovation activities that will meet the needs of key stakeholders in tackling the health challenges associated with global climate change. The proposed solutions of the ELEMENTAL project will enable policy makers and public health systems to proactively address global mental health issues that are exacerbated by environmental stressors arising from climate change. This will be achieved by developing a set of predictive models for i) the evolution of climate risks, ii) the prevalence of climate-related mental health, iii) integrated quantified economic cost assessment models, iv) data analysis for responses by socio-economic and regional factors.

SecurEnergies

HORIZON-CL3-2021-INFRA-01 – HORIZON-IA – submitted 11/23/2021

The SecurEnergies project aims to develop a common European strategy to protect Europe’s energy infrastructure from hybrid threats, thus ensuring the EU’s energy sovereignty. SecurEnergies aims to address the above issues by focusing on EU energy infrastructures and their interconnections with the telecommunications, water and financial sectors primarily, as well as with non-EU countries, in order to identify vulnerabilities and systemic risks and hybrid threats facing the entire interconnected cross-border CI network. The project aims to help government agencies, associations and companies to be aware of hybrid threats, to understand their potential impact and cascading effects, and to develop an effective joint strategy for resilient defense and response.

PRETECO

HORIZON-CL3-2021-FCT-01- submitted 11/23/2021

The project PRETECO envisages the creation of a digital platform that can offer policy makers, local managers, LEAs and security staff the ability to plan cooperation scenarios, analyze vulnerabilities and risks in the event of a terrorist attack and assist them in implementing effective deterrence and mitigation measures as well as training exercises. towards increasing the resilience of public spaces.

The PRETECO platform will offer a realistic three-dimensional (3D) virtual analogue of the city together with infrastructure modeling (water network, pipeline network, energy network, telecommunications network, transport network) and simulation capabilities (virtual attacks, virtual sensors, crowd and vehicle movement simulations, cascade interdependencies effects), which will allow a comprehensive assessment of vulnerability to different threats and scenarios, adapting the details to the specificities of each city. PRETECO’s unique approach is based on an open architecture, where:

S4AllCities on Event Tech Live (ETL) London

This year’s 7th ETL was held with great success from 1 to 5 November 2021 in London.

The solutions we developed in the S4ALLCities project related to Smartspaces security and protection were also promoted at Event Tech Live in London.

The overall approach aims to enable Smartcities to become more protected, prepared and resilient against physical and cyber attacks on urban soft targets, smart spaces and critical infrastructure networks.

The 28 project consortium partners from 9 countries include innovative technology companies, research SMEs, academic institutions and numerous end-users from municipalities, stadium operators, metro operators, police departments, etc.

ETL 2021 with 100 educational sessions and more than 100 exhibitors was the largest and best event of its entire duration.

The mission of TPEB CR is to establish scientific-research and industrial platform, aim of which is to support activities relating to research, development and introduction of new technologies ensuring protection of critical infrastructure in areas of energy industry and cybernetic.

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Last update 25.8.2022