Crisis incidents may result in difficult working conditions for Urban Search-and-Rescue (USaR) crews. INACHUS aims to achieve a significant time reduction related to Urban Search and Rescue (USaR) phase by providing:
1) Wide-area situational awareness solutions for improved detection and localisation of trapped victim.
2) Simulation tools for predicting structural failures.
3) Holistic decision support mechanism aiding in prioritization and mission coordination.
For more information on each of the INACHUS tools and technologies, please see below:
System Integration of all the aforementioned software and hardware subcomponents (INACHUS platform)
contribution to standards
Interaction with international organizations and public authorities in the fields of USaR, through an early defined and developed User Group, to ensure strong links with the user communities and standardisation bodies
social & legal impacts
Consideration of societal impacts and legal/ethical issues of the proposed solution at the onset of the project feeding into the technical solutions
Numerous field and simulated validation tests properly designed and executed for presenting the capabilities of the INACHUS integrated platform
Appropriate training package and extensive training courses to the First Responders.