EU-SENSE: European Sensor System for CBRN Applications

EU-SENSE training module for first responders

Demonstration of operational EU-SENSE system

EU-SENSE: European Sensor System for CBRN Applications

Network of heterogeneous nodes

Adaptable sensor nodes

IMS, FPD, EC, PID and MO detection technologies

EU-SENSE: European Sensor System for CBRN Applications

Improvement of situational awareness

Estimating of the chemical hazard

Estimating potential dispersion of the chemical substance

Analysis of the enviromental noise for false alarm reduction

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EU-SENSE: European Sensor System for CBRN Applications

EU-SENSE training module for first responders

Demonstration of operational EU-SENSE system

EU-SENSE: European Sensor System for CBRN Applications

Network of heterogeneous sensor nodes

Adaptable sensor nodes

IMS, FPD, EC, PID and MO detection technologies

EU-SENSE: European Sensor System for CBRN Applications

Improvement of situational awareness

Estimating source of the chemical hazard

Estimating potential dispersion of the chemical substance

Analysis of the environmental noise for false alarm reduction

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EU-SENSE

EU-SENSE will create a step-change in chemical detection by developing a novel network of sensors that exploits advanced machine-learning and modelling algorithms for improved performance as well as improved situational awareness of first responders.

EU-SENSE will create a step-change in chemical detection by developing a novel network of sensors that exploits advanced machine-learning and modelling algorithms for improved performance as well as improved situational awareness of first responders.

Heterogeneous sensor nodes

Our sensor nodes are capable of integrating various detection technologies including IMS, FPD, EC, PID and MO

Situational Awareness

EU-SENSE system provides functionalities based on dispersion modelling. Innovative algorithms enable threat source estimation and hazard prediction.

Data Fusion

EU-SENSE applies data fusion algorithms that combine output of various sensors in order to classify a threat, identify the substance and estimate its concentration.

Scenarios

Our system is adjusted both for area monitoring and first response operation. The example scenarios assume an industrial incident and a terrorist attack.

Demonstration

Demonstration of the system will be held in a professional firefighters training facility.

Scenarios

Our system is adjusted both for area monitoring and first response operation. The example scenarios assume an industrial incident and a terrorist attack.

Demonstration

Demonstration of the system will be held in a professional firefighters training facility.

Recent posts

  • Publications reflecting simulation and modelling

    Publications reflecting simulation and modelling

    Our publication activity primarily relied on our engagement in the International Multidisciplinary Modeling & Simulation Multiconference (I3M) conference. Every year, this multiconference brings together researchers, scientists, and practitioners from all over the world who are dealing …Read More »
  • EU-SENSE publication

    EU-SENSE publication

    We have a pleasure to announce that FOI co-workers Daniel Elfverson and  Christian Lejon have recently published a paper as a result of the work done in the EU-SENSE project. The paper, entitled Use and Scalability of OpenFOAM for Wind Fields …Read More »
  • The final demonstration of the EU-SENSE system

    The final demonstration of the EU-SENSE system

    On 6th and 7th October 2021, the final demonstration of the operational EU-SENSE system was held. The first day of the demonstration was organized at the University of Warsaw. After a welcome speech of the EU-SENSE Consortium …Read More »

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 787031.

Project Coordinator: Łukasz Szklarski, PhD
ITTI Sp. z o.o. Poznań, Poland
e-mail: lukasz.szklarski@itti.com.pl