FREQUENTIS harnesses the potential of security research
The European DRIVER+ research project drives innovation in security-critical data communication. International security research forms an important part of Frequentis' exhibit . The "Common Information Space" (CIS) is to be demonstrated as a so-called data hub at the PMRExpo, starting Nov 27 in Cologne, ensuring a secure, interoperable exchange of information between authorities and organisations with security functions in European crisis and disaster management.
CIS, was successfully tested in the EPISECC (Establish a Pan-European Information Space to Enhance SeCurity of Citizens) research project between 2014-2017, and is being used again in the DRIVER+ (Driving Innovation in Crisis Management for European Resilience) project. DRIVER+ will now be used to test numerous systems in joint trials as part of European security research by 2020.
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