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The first IOPES webinar, “A step further in emergency staff positioning for improving their safety”, took place on Monday, July 6th 2020, at 6:00 PM (CEST).

Clicking here you still have a choice to learn about the several topics discussed in that webinar, such as:

  • Project goals.
  • The technology behind IOPES.
  • First outcomes.
Thank you!
The first IOPES webinar, “A step further in emergency staff positioning for improving their safety”, will take place on Monday, July 6th 2020, at 6:00 PM (CEST).

Don’t miss the opportunity to grab the most recent information about the project attending to a short (20’) presentation. The coordinator of the project herself, M. Eulàlia Parés, will focus on the most relevant aspects of IOPES, such as:

  • Project goals.
  • The technology behind IOPES.
  • First outcomes.
Do not hesitate to join us; just click on the webinar banner below to enter the virtual conference room. We'll be expecting you.

Thank you!

The IOPES project was presented at the venue of the Escuela Nacional de Protección Civil (National School for Civil Protection) during the info day held in Madrid on February 26th, 2020.

During the event, several projects cofunded by the EU concerning civil protection and emergency management such as IOPES (coordinated by the Centre Tecnològic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya (CTTC)) were presented to an audience made of collectives interested in these topics and willing to apply for the next call from the Directorate-General Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection (ECHO).

The presentations were focused not only on disseminating the projects that were funded during the last call (2019) but also on providing useful information about the lessons learn to obtain funding in this specific call.

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On February 12th, 2020, the IOPES project was presented in Brussels at the European Comission - DG ECHO facilities during the Kick-off-Meeting fro selected projects under the call UCPM-2019-PP-AG.

During the meeting, IOPES members had the opportunity to present the project, the main goals and main planned activities together with all selected projects. Interesting and constructive discussions were generated among meeting participants, including DG-ECHO members and selected project participants. During the meeting, the Emergency Response Coordination Centre (ERCC) was visited too.

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