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SINTEF Presents BRIDGE Project at CPExpo 2014 in Genova

17 Dec 2014

 

The BRIDGE project was part of the CPExpo 2014 and SRC Security Research Conference 2014, which took place at the Centro Congressi in Genova, Italy, 9-11 December 2014. The global expo-conference was organized by the European Commission with the purpose of providing visibility and business opportunities and serving as a meeting point for industries and academic institutions working within the field of community protection. BRIDGE participated in the exhibition as one of the European Commission's FP7 projects. Aslak Wegner Eide and Ida Maria Haugstveit (both from SINTEF) were the BRIDGE project's representatives at the event.

 

BRIDGE was showcased at a stand where the project's technologies were demonstrated. Two project presentations were held, giving the audience an overview of the different concept cases and technologies of BRIDGE. The stand and the presentations attracted attention from many of the event's participants. Several stakeholders visited the stand: practitioners, academics, people from industry, and members of the European Commission. The project received positive feedback, and the BRIDGE technology was regarded as innovative and highly useful. The exhibition provided a good place for meeting with, talking to, and establishing connections to interested parties from different fields.

 

 

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