Tools and practices to monitor and manage natural disasters and risks

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    Nataša OsrečkiNataša Osrečki

    We are preparing a project proposal (type: Test) on the topic of harmonisation of tools and practices to prevent, monitor and manage natural disasters and risks induced by human activities, particularly related to FIRES, SEARCH AND RESCUES MISSIONS.

    In addition to the action plans and strategic documentation for harmonization of practices, we are developing a smart software tool for relevant authorities, which will have multiple functions: prevention, mitigation, prediction, communication. The smart georeferenced visualization tool will be supported by dynamic information (drones, ICT, sensors, meteo) and other static localized information.

    We are looking for partners in the segment of FIREFIGHTING, CIVIL PROTECTION, MANAGEMENT BODIES of protected areas which are authorized for preventive actions and would be able to utilize our solution; SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS with the know how in METEOROLOGY/FIRE PROPAGATION MODELS and similar.

    Thank you, best regards,
    Natasa Osrecki


    Dear Natasa,

    I’m Lucia and I’m writing to you from the Centre of Integrated Geomorphology for the Mediterranean Area (CGIAM), an Italian scientific body of public law engaged in the definition of scientific methodologies, technological development, and implementation of tools and services for the observation, analysis, and monitoring of territory and environment to mitigate the damages from natural hazards, first of all, hydrogeological-environmental risks.

    Your project idea sounds very interesting to us. In this regard, we have coordinated SPRINt, a project funded by an Italian foundation aimed at defining different methodologies for monitoring the phenomenon of forest fires, such as the selection of satellite data processing algorithms for delimiting burnt areas, the study of the burn severity and the recovery capacity of the burnt areas using satellite data, etc. Particular attention was paid to modeling relating to the determination of fire behavior which led to the elaboration of a series of layers to spatially characterize the parameters of fire behavior. One line of research concerned the in-depth study of procedures and algorithms for the optimal definition of a Fire and Hazard Risk Map. The study was applied to a National Park, so we would like to capitalize on our experience in a wider geographical context, such as the Mediterranean one.
    Among our expertise in the field of environmental and forest sciences, we also have those you are researching, in particular, the study of forest systems, the implementation of ecological models, the multitemporal analysis of natural systems using climate and satellite data, the impacts of anthropogenic activities on natural systems, the analysis of the degradation phenomena of natural systems (forest decline, erosion, desertification, etc.).

    If you are interested in our profile, please contact us:
    • Maria Lucia Trivigno (
    • Giuseppe Mancino (
    • Antonio Falciano (

    Best regards,

    Angelos ParmatziasAngelos Parmatzias

    We are interested in your project, please contact us

    C.I.P. Citizens In Power (CIP) is a non-profit, educational and research organization. CIP constitutes a leading organization in Cyprus in global education, social innovation, citizen engagement, entrepreneurship, STEM, IoT, AI, clean energy and sustainable growth. CIP has been running more than 70 EU-funded projects, including KA2 & KA3 actions, AMIF, ENI CBC Med, COSME and Horizon Europe.
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    Angelos ParmatziasAngelos Parmatzias

    We have implemented similar projects

    Shivani SardesaiShivani Sardesai

    Hi Natasha,

    We are a startup in Cyprus who are working on a similar topic of reforestation using aerial mapping and IoT. We would be very interested to collaborate and working towards achieving a common goal. Please send me an email on

    erica Cretaioerica Cretaio

    Dear Natasa
    ARC Applied Research Center (Centro Ricerche Applicate) is an Italian tech company focused on sensing and biosensing research and industrial development. ARC designed and tested an air sampler that proved to enhance sensitivity of volatile explosives affinity sensors intended for civil security. The automatic air sampler can readily be applied to other sensing applications in which volatile target molecules are involved, and its size can be tailored to fit portable and handheld device


    I think if you’re willing to develop software to accelerate your working process and take your project to a new level, you can consider working with specialists from hybrid software development company Uran. They provided me with a great business solution, and I’m sure they’ll manage to help you as well

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