Develop and upgrade 78 new connectable and interoperable tools, integrate them in toolboxes and distributed platforms, together with tools from external SMEs, suppliers, operators and research institutes associated in the ROSE platform, including:
- Social networks for population and first responders,
- Quickly deployable capabilities, optimized logistics, flexible solutions,
- Resilience methodology and tools for events such as earthquakes, epidemics, etc.
- Cost modelling tools (those for floods already existing will be integrated in the system),
with a detailed technical, operational and benefit quality and evaluation assessment, and an internal certification at the end of the project for demonstrated solutions that will be operational on the field by 2 years after the end of the project (right tools for the right environment, in performances and costs).
To this end, the maturity of most of the tools at the beginning of the project is advanced (TRL 4-5), targeting a TRL of 7-8 at the end, and innovation by integration and change of use has been favoured.
The overall innovation evaluation will follow the innovation measurement process defined in the Oslo Manual1, recommended by the European Commission, which is especially focused on measurements for institutions (European Commission, Member States, UN) and their innovation suppliers. It will be applicable also to the SME/Supplier/Operators platform tools and the integrated toolboxes.
A dedicated effort has been put to identify the right tools for the right environment, in terms of affordability, performance and adaptability to non EU countries. Those having a wide scope of applications, impact and potential market, and requiring limited adaptations for local use when taking into account the language, cultural and social differences have been selected in priority.
The integration of widely used commercial or standard public interfaces will be the rule to make their use easy and flexible to adapt to the technological and market evolutions.