The consortium includes 17 partners from 11 different EU Member States and associated countries, including two local government authorities (City of Padova and City of Oslo) that will lead the field trial implementations.

The project will also be supported by a Community of Safe and Secure Cities (COSSEC) gathering other cities to provide feedback.

Partners' profiles and consortium interdisciplinarity:

The consortium was formed with the aim of grouping 17 organisations that complement each other in terms of background knowledge, technical competence, capability of new knowledge creation, business and market experience, and expertise in end-user domains where the project technologies and innovations can be readily exploited. The consortium consists of a complementary group of academic/research organisations, innovative SMEs, industrial suppliers, NGOs and end-users.

 

 

– Identification of local conditions and requirements for public safety solutions

– Project management

– Ethics requirements

– Operational framework and concepts

 

– Intervention tool development

– Privacy preservation mechanisms in the secure Smart City

 

– Detection solution/interface design and testing

 

– Simulation, data analysis, visualisation and access control

 

– Interface design and testing

– Operational platform

 

– Module and framework development and testing

– Ethical framework development and data privacy

 

– Cybersecurity framework

– Operational framework guidelines

– Platform development and testing

 

– Operational environment evolution prediction

– Platform development, ethical framework and testing

 

– Secure Smart City module development

– Detection tool development

 

– Module development and testing

 

– Cyber vulnerability

 

– Partner city

– Platform validation

 

– Partner city

– Platform for operations

 

– Ethical framework and data privacy

 

– Communication, dissemination and ecosystem development

 

– Exploitation and upscaling