Re-balance the disproportion between response needs and health system capacity, through proper mobilization of additional resources (material, logistics and health personnel) and enhanced organization (e.g. e-triage, interoperability of health services)

Remediate the information deficit with rapid collection of relevant data and exchange of adequate information. Support decision making according to the impact of crisis and incident type to the Health Status of the Community

Improve the response and preparedness level of Health services based on efficient planning, integral organization and comprehensive training, using interoperable tools and systems

Enhance interoperability within the same and among different EMS organizations using common taxonomy and providing stakeholders in the emergency response domain with a compatible operational framework


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 608078.