FUPUSE4ALL - Future Public Safety For All
- Deadline for workshop papers: February 15, 2023
- Notification of acceptance: March 1, 2023
- Camera ready: March 15, 2023
Overview and topics:
The primary focus of the 1st Workshop on the Future of Public Safety will be the application of new technologies to the field of public safety. The use of digital twins or open testbeds that provide access to previously unused services has sparked a conversation about how to achieve intergovernmental cooperation between intervention forces on the ground and at the mobile command point, as well as interoperability of the exchange of data obtained during recognition by the intervention teams. Consequently, the objective of this workshop is to launch a discussion on intergovernmental cooperation and to observe the use of new technologies in obtaining victim data or the cross-sectoral application of technology in public safety. Another objective is to establish how new technology may be utilised to train personnel so that they are prepared to offer relief to as many people as possible on the ground during the intervention phase.
The topics of interest for this workshop include, but are not limited:
- Digital Twin in Public Safety
- Use of UAV/UGV in Public Safety
- Virtual Testbed in Public Safety
- Sensors in Public Safety
- Emergency Services
- Emergency Management
- Emergency Communication
- Artificial Intelligence in Public Safety
- Surveillance in Public Safety
- Advances in Public Safety Technology
- Resilience in Public Safety
Call for Participation
Dr. Evangelos Markakis, Hellenic Mediterranean University, Greece
Dr. Jian Tao, Texas A&M University, USA
Technical Program Co-Chairs
Dr. Yacine Rebahi – Fraunhofer FOKUS
Dr. Anastasios Kourtis – NCSR Demokritos, Greece
Dr. Nikolaos Pitropakis – Napier University
Dr. Nikolay Vassilev Tcholtchev – Fraunhofer FOKUS
Dr. Votis konstantinos – CERTH/ITI
Dr. Abdellah Chehri – Royal Military College of Canada
Dr. Paul McDonagh – Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate
Dr. Walt Jr. Magnussen – Texas A&M Univeristy
Scott Ledgerwood – National Institute of Standards & Technology
Dr. Jason Moats – Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service
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