On 21st of September 2011, the Security Research Conference was attended by ITTI Ltd. team. For the sixth time the representatives of the world of politics, science, industry and end-users from all over the Europe had the opportunity to meet and discuss the legal, technical and organizational challenges, which face public safety nowadays. The Conference was accompanied by a Science-Industry Exhibition, Technology Presentation, Poster Session and Official Dinner at the Copernicus Science Centre. Following numbers indicate the scale of the project: – 640 guests from Poland and abroad; – 60 speakers; – 23 accredited journalists; – 17 exhibitors (40 people)

At the end of July 2011 the Simulator project ended.  Three years of work benefited in developing the PROCeed platform which enables building models of situations and behaviour in training sessions or analysis mode.

13th of June 2011 ITTI team went to Israel to present PROCeed simulator.

On 11th of May 2011 a new simulation application “Train crash” was presented to the representatives of the Polish Railway Lines. The simulation is localized on a railroad crossing in Kobylnica near Poznan, where a bus collides with a freight train.  The game was developed with the participation of Polish Railway Lines (PKP S.A.)

A new decision-making game “Train crash” was developed within the project.  The game is localized on a railroad crossing in Kobylnica near Poznan, where a bus collides with a freight train. The game was created with the participation of the Polish Railway Lines (PKP S.A.)

The aim of the SIMULATOR project, co-funded by the National Centre for Research and Development, is to deliver and prepare for implementation the information system called „ Special Situations Management System”. The System will serve to: test and improve operating procedures and emergency&technical services in crisis situations, coaching the public services personnel in procedures in emergency situations, follow up the status of certain parameters and support the decision-making process The project lasted three years and ended in July of 2011.

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