In partnership with the European Emergency Number Association (EENA), ISCRAM hosted a “Research Corner” event at the EENA Annual Conference in Marseille on April 27th, 2022. The purpose of Research Corner is to connect public-safety practitioners and industry representatives with ISCRAM researchers working on topics of mutual interest related to emergency communications and response. This was the second Research Corner organized by EENA and ISCRAM following its successful launch at EENA’s 2021 conference in Riga.
The event was chaired by Rob Grace (Texas Tech University) and featured the following presentations:
- Pablo Ferri Borredà, Polytechnic University of Valencia, An artificial intelligence tool to classify emergency medical incidents in real time improves emergency medical dispatch.
- David Fredman, Heartrunner Sweden, Predicting Volunteer Travel Time to Emergencies.
- Johnny Douvinet, Avignon University, Adapting Textual Alerting Messages to Context and Population needs: Feedbacks from France.
- Thomas Papadimos, Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (CERTH), Real-time Alert Framework for Fire Incidents Using Multimodal Event Detection on Social Media Streams.