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The SAFEST project is working on a Social-Area Framework for Early Security Triggers at Airports. Please visit us at joint booth of Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft E40, hall 9 of CeBIT 2014. Overview.

News vom 20.02.2014

Public Safety and Security Using Smart Technologies

We present two building blocks of the SAFEST project, which help to increase public safety and security

  • Crowd detection: We identify and measure the density of crowds using privacy-friendly cameras and lightweight algorithms. Camera technology covers high-end infrared cameras as well as low cost commodity hardware (Microsoft Kinect). Application scenarios of our solution include mass panic prevention and queue management.
  • RIOT: Using the friendly open source operating system for the Internet of Things, RIOT, we integrate surrounding devices to react on threats. RIOT allows easy out of the box development on embedded devices.

Please visit us:

  • March 10 - 14, 2014
  • CeBIT Hannover, Germany
  • Hall 9, booth E40 (joint booth of Fraunhofer Gesellschaft)

For further information please contact Matthias Wählisch.

SAFEST is a Franco-German project including the following partners, Freie Universität Berlin, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Fraunhofer FOKUS, daviko GmbH, Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH, German Research Forum on Public Safety and Security, the French company SAGEM, and the French research institute INRIA. SAFEST is sponsored by BMBF and ANR.