On the 13th of December, EUD, European Union of the Deaf, launched the 5th EUD book of the series UN CRPD implementation in Europe – a deaf perspective. The new EUD book focuses on Article 9: access to information and communication for the deaf, of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with […]
The AIMES Pilot in Portugal was the golden key to mark the end of the AIMES EUROSTARS Project. Involving the three AIMES partners, the Final Pilot was successfully conducted at 17th December 2021, organised by EDGENEERING and hosted by the Hospital do Espirito Santo de Evora (HESE), at the city of Évora, Portugal.
The AIMES Project will host its third and final pilot activity on December 17th, at 10h00 local time (11h00 CET).
The AIMES Project will host its third and final pilot activity on December 17th, at 11h00 CET (provisional data). Join us to find out how IP-enabled and multimedia technologiesfacilitate the work of PSAP operators and First Responders.
On October 22 the second pilot of the AIMES – Advanced Internet-based Multimedia Emergency Services project was held. Thanks to the participation and involvement of Digia Plc, the developer of the Finnish emergency app, and the Finnish Emergency Response Centre Agency the Pilot became a reality. The pilot was hosted by Omnitor, accompanied by EDGENEERING […]
The second AIMES Pilot will demonstrate public alerts in a Sweden-Finland roaming scenario and an automated emergency call, with vital information being automatically sent to the emergency service.
On June 24, the first pilot of the EUROSTARS AIMES was held demonstrating how emergency services and citizens benefit from next generation multimedia and interoperability capabilities.
The first AIMES Pilot Workshop will be held virtually on June 24 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm CEST.
The first AIMES Pilot Workshop will demonstrate, in a scenario of a large forest fire, how emergency services and citizens benefit from next generation multimedia and interoperability capabilities to improve emergency response efficiency and outcomes.
In order to support the development of the AIMES user and system requirements, the AIMES partners created a set of use cases that help to describe the use of next generation emergency calls.
It has been a year since Deveryware, EDGENEERING and Omnitor began the AIMES Project to provide the public safety sector a single solution for the transition to Internet-based emergency services.