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2nd Progress Meeting in Rome

The ‘Second Progress Meeting’ gathered representatives involved in SECTOR project. The event was held in Rome on March 30-31. Over the course of the conference, several issues have been raised in order to evaluate the overall development of the project. During the event, the progress of the project components was presented, plans for future course of […]

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Stages of Disaster Management

Our world continues to experience natural and human induced disasters. The risk of catastrophes, as well as climate changes, increases for a number of reasons such as population growth, overexploitation of natural resources and global warming. A disaster is an event or series of events, which suddenly disrupts the natural flow of everyday life and […]

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SECTOR at the COBACORE event

Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (UPV) has presented SECTOR project in the workshop organized by the COBACORE consortium as a final dissemination activity of this project. The event, celebrated in Leiden, the Netherlands on 1st of March, 2016, was titled “New perspectives 2016:  Rethinking the Role of Communities in Disaster Management”. The event addressed new perspectives in […]

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European Security Research 2015 in Dublin

We are pleased to announce the European Security Research event which will take place in Dublin, Ireland, from 4th to 6th of November 2015. This event promises to be an exhilarating event with the engagement of delegates, European research projects, invited speakers, world cafe sessions, parallel and engaging CEN committee meeting and exhibitors under one […]

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SECTOR at Future Security Conference 2015!

The 10. Future Security Conference, organised by the Fraunhofer Society, took place in Berlin on September 15-17, 2015. SECTOR poster and the paper “SECTOR: Secure Common Information Space for the Interoperability of First Responders and Police Authorities” were presented at the conference. The issue of interoperability between different first responder organisations was the main topic […]

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