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Structured Approaches for Forest Fire
Emergencies in Resilient Societies

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SAFERS is creating an open and integrated platform
featuring a forest fire Decision Support System

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STRUCTURED APPROACHES FOR FOREST FIRE EMERGENCIES IN RESILIENT SOCIETIES

In order to support societies becoming more resilient when acting against forests fires, the Horizon 2020-funded project SAFERS ‘Structured Approaches for Forest Fire Emergencies in Resilient Societies’ is going to create an open and integrated platform featuring a forest fire Decision Support System. The platform will use information from different sources: earth observations from Copernicus and GEOSS, fire sensors in forests, topographic data, weather forecasts and even crowdsourced data from social media and other apps that can be used by citizens and first responders to provide situational in-field information.

 

SAFERS project officially started in October 2020 for a period of 3 years (2020-2023) and with a  total budget of 3.25 million euros. It is coordinated by LINKS foundation and brings together 14 partners coming from 7 European countries: Italy, Greece, Finland, Germany, United Kingdom, France and Spain.
 
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(2020-2023)
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(Co-funded by H2020)
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(7 countries)
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(France, Greece, Italy, Spain)
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(for forest fire management)

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 869353.