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TELESTO

TELESTO TECHNOLOGIES PLIROFORIKIS KAI EPIKOINONION EPE
Country: Greece
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  • Open Access mandate for Publications and Research data
    Funder: EC Project Code: 831154
    Overall Budget: 2,392,120 EURFunder Contribution: 1,674,490 EUR
    Partners: EXUS SOFTWARESINGLE MEMBER LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, ESSMA SERVICES, TELESTO, CROWD DYNAMICS INTERNATIONAL LIMITED

    evaGuide is a Security Management Platform for enhanced situation awareness and real-time adaptive evacuation strategies for large venues for sports and entertainment. evaGuide aims to address the needs of the safety of large facility visitors during complex evacuation processes, following normal and abnormal events (crises) towards the creation of an easily deployable system that will be able to timely identify new threats, designate and sustain a Location based Dynamic Evacuation Route (LDER) that improves all corresponding response times under any circumstances. Moreover it will support the complete lifecycle of evacuation planning, simulating complex scenarios, training of safety personnel and assessment of the performed actions. The results of the market research that has been performed among the 300 member stadia of ESSMA (the European Stadium & Safety Management Association) revealed that there is a clear need for a project like evaGuide that addresses all the phases of the evacuation lifecycle and offers superior situational awareness, while at the same time existing and emerging regulations from FIFA/UEFA need to be met. The business sustainability/exploitation potential has been validated in the Feasibility Study, which is an integral part of this proposal. The project outcome will be a fully functional evaGuide platform demonstrator delivered for operational use to one stadium (one of the ESSMA member stadia, selected on M2). The demonstrator will perform according to the adapted requirements defined by ESSMA and the stakeholders involved (finalized on M12), will be fully integrated (by M28) and tested (M29), ready to be commercially exploited by the joint commercialization entity defined during the last months of the project (M30).

  • Funder: EC Project Code: 287583
    Partners: AIT, PRISA DIGITAL SL, University of Glasgow, Imperial, TELESTO, AYUNTAMIENTO DE SANTANDER, S3LOG, IBM ISRAEL, ATOS SPAIN SA
  • Open Access mandate for Publications
    Funder: EC Project Code: 700478
    Overall Budget: 7,992,310 EURFunder Contribution: 7,992,310 EUR
    Partners: EXUS, RTO, TELESTO, LEONARDO, ICCS, MEDDE, DIGINEXT, CS GROUP - FRANCE, TUD, Laurea University of Applied Sciences...

    EU trade, transport, tourism and economic development are directly dependent on open and safe seas and oceans. EU's maritime borders are widely spread including various topologies from open sea to semi-enclosed cabins with islands and islets. This poses great challenges that affect securing maritime border areas. Failing to protect against a wide array of maritime threats and risks may result in these areas becoming arenas for international conflicts, terrorism or organized crime, where smuggling, irregular immigration and drug trafficking are the most common ones. RANGER aims at re-enforcing EU by combining innovative Radar technologies with novel technological solutions for early warning, in view of delivering a surveillance platform offering detection, recognition, identification and tracking of suspicious vessels, capabilities exceeding current radar systems. It will be a platform, consisting of 2 radar technologies, a novel Over-The-Horizon Radar combined with a Multiple Input Multiple Output one implemented exploiting the latest photonics advancements, and an Early Warning System exploiting deep and adaptable machine learning schemes able to Automatically detect radar Targets. It safeguards seamless fitting and interoperability with CISE (enhanced maritime surveillance and cross border SaR operations), through the development of a CISE translation Gateway, exporting on-demand CISE services directly to end-users, by strengthening the information exchange between national authorities and the European Agency. RANGER leverages the experience of its consortium, a balanced blend of technology providers, domain experts and end-users, delivering a cost efficient, environmental friendly solution, abiding to regulations and legislation for the protection of human lives. Two pilot exercises are foreseen to thoroughly assess RANGER’s ability to deliver on its promises, enhancing its potential to become a flagship platform for the European Maritime Surveillance industry.

  • Open Access mandate for Publications and Research data
    Funder: EC Project Code: 101073910
    Overall Budget: 4,598,000 EURFunder Contribution: 3,457,060 EUR
    Partners: ISIG, SIMAVI, INSPECTORATUL GENERAL AL POLITIEI DE FRONTIERA AL MINISTERULUI AFACERILOR INTERNE, TELESTO, MINISTRY OF INTERIOR OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC, THALES DIS CZECH REPUBLIC SRO, IGPF, ASSOCIATION EURAILSPEED, SQUAREDEV, CHIEF DIRECTORATE BORDER POLICE...

    The World Economic Forum suggests that transnational travel will increase by 50% over the next ten years, bringing the number of arrivals to 1.8bn by 2030 before the COVID-19 pandemic. Given the ever-increasing travel both on land and sea, delays and queues are often observed at cases where people are crossing border. These delays create huge frustration for the citizens and at the same time put extra burden to the border authorities’ staff. In Europe, airports have managed to improve to a certain extend the border crossing through the facial recognition booths for European citizens that own an RFID enabled passport, however there are still huge queues observed. For non-European citizens, the situation is even worse. The border control for land and sea are placing all the effort to the border authorities staff requiring from them to check the passports of the travellers as well as to control the luggage and baggage. Reasonably, even without huge number of travellers, large delays and queues are observed. ODYSSEUS will enable citizens to seamlessly cross the border without stopping, while reducing the workload and improving productivity for Border Guard Authorities by providing highly detailed risk analysis. ODYSSEUS will leverage the power of digital technology offering to citizens the appropriate tools to cross land and sea borders in a secure and seamless manner without stopping while equipping the border authorities with novel tools for secure identity verification and unobtrusive vehicle/luggage/cargo checks, eliminating long delays at border areas. The proposed technologies will allow citizens to cross borders without any intervention by just leveraging their smartphones combined with strong and continuous identity verification. Remote vehicle/luggage scanning through X-Rays and UAVs, will allow authorities to remotely perform the appropriate controls.

  • Open Access mandate for Publications and Research data
    Funder: EC Project Code: 871754
    Overall Budget: 6,580,870 EURFunder Contribution: 5,155,590 EUR
    Partners: GFT ITALIA SRL, DIGITAL SME, UPC, SIEMENS SRL, NUIG, TELESTO, ATOS SPAIN SA, IDEMIA France, HOPU, GUARDTIME OU...

    The i3-MARKET project addresses the growing demand for a single European Data Market Economy by innovating marketplace platforms, demonstrating with industrial implementations that the data economy growth is possible. i3-MARKET proposal provides technologies for trustworthy (secure and reliable), data-driven collaboration and federation of existing and new future marketplace platforms, special attention on industrial data and particularly on sensitive commercial data assets from both SMEs to large industrial corporations is taken.It is well known that despite various research and innovation attempts working on Big Data Management, of Personal and or Industrial Data Integration and Security, there is no broadly accepted trusted and secure data marketplace. i3-MARKET will address this by developing lacking technologies and solutions for a trusted (secure, self-governing, consensus-based and auditable), interoperable (semantic-driven) and decentralised (scalability) infrastructure, called i3-MARKET Software Framework also named i3-MARKET Backplane, that enables federation via interoperability of the existing and future emerging data spaces and marketplaces. The i3-MARKET backplane introduces data monetisation in the form of Intelligent Data Economy services to formerly closed systems to offer and share data and lowering the market entry barriers for stakeholders – especially SMEs – to trade their data assets with the aim to ignite a flourishing data economy that fosters innovation and business in Europe. i3-MARKET focuses on the desired levels of privacy and confidentiality that support both legal and user-desired control and transparency for sharing data among relevant systems and services. The i3-MARKET backplane pays special attention in regulatory aspects around sensitive data assets developing the required security and access control measures that enable secure trading of data including support for automated contracting following European regulation (GDPR).