Cooperation with EU projects

EU and Company Projects:
DARIUS-logoDARIUS Providing unmanned platforms for search and rescue operations. Enhance technology emerging from DARIUS.   Discussion with project manager
SAGRES Maritime surveillance using latest Earth Observation imagery and collaborative data streams Possibility of Extending the Sagres technology for requesting, retrieving, visualisation of route planning and tracking. Discussion with the project manager
precysePRECYSE Improve the security, reliability and resilience of the ICT systems supporting the Critical Infrastructures.


PRECYSE provided support of the monitoring of critical infrastructure networks for unusual events in real time. This real time event analysis and alerting technology will be adapted for the threat detection and alerting requirements.
eden_logoEDEN Improve resilience in management and prevention of CBRNE attack Explore dissemination options based on work of EDEN partners
shelp_logoS-Help Healthcare crisis management S_help consortium developing their system under the same call as PULSE. Discussions on areas of co-operation. Exploratory talks on allowing S-help demo some technology at the PULSE trial.   HSE is a partner in both projects
ecossian_logoECOSSIAN European Critical Infrastructure protection Exploration and harmonization of socio-political evaluation criteria and evaluation methodology EELPS[1] setup and exchange of test experiments.

Joint paper for CRITIS 2026 conference.

ciras_logoCIRAS Risk Management methodologies in Critical Infrastructures The CIRAS methodology includes a tool on socio-political evaluation that may be used for future PULSE system implementation. Participation of three PULSE team members in the CIRAS final conference
European Space Agency Projects:
react_logoREACT Ensuring communication and data exchange between first responders and the command centre during a major crisis. Based on the knowledge from REACT, PULSE   will ensure that, if required, the situational awareness picture of asset and aid organisation personnel in the field can be accessed via satellite enabled software systems such as REACT.
ODF_SymboliPV & MobiPV Development of International Procedural Viewer for the International Space Station to enable astronauts to access processes and procedures. (Currently 10,000 procedures). Standard Procedures and Processes: iPV can be adapted as the tool to standardise the delivery and display of procedures using mobile technology.

PULSE will use the MobiPV to display procedure information using a variety of mobile devices

NG-RMPRMP Next general real maritime operational picture for the Naval service. Situational Awareness Picture: Concepts from RMP can be adapted for use within PULSE particularly in the area of data fusion.