FIRE-IN in Interschutz
As we already advertised our presence on the event Interschutz at the end of June, we wanted to give you some more details about the reasons of our participation and what you can expect from us in Hanover !
Why are we there?
The main objective of the Fire-In project is to improve the national and European Fire & Rescue capability development process.
With Interschutz we will participate in the world’s leading trade fair for firefighting, rescue, civil protection and safety and we are there:
- To advertise the European FIre and REscue Innovation Network (FIRE-IN) to as many people as possible
- To boost dissemination of the outcomes of the project
- To gain feedback and discuss the Strategic Research and Standardisation Agenda with as many experts as possible
Why is it important for Fire-In to be present in Interschutz?
The added value for our project of our participation in Interschutz will be the opportunity to present the FIRE-IN concept, mechanisms and the most significant outcomes to a large number of companies presenting their solutions, as well as firefighters’ associations and first responders’ organizations. It will allow us to advertise our project outcomes to the utmost people in the Fire and Rescue area.
We will be there with our experts to have a common direct personal exchange with end-users, practitioners and manufacturers, in order to discuss the challenges and the solutions of the project, as well as consolidating outcomes to a European and International level.
Lastly, it will be very useful to gain material for the creation of our Dossiers on solutions & technologies, which will be accessible on our e-FIRE-IN platform, as well as sent by mail through our Newsletter.
Why are we collaborating with Firelogue on our booth/stand?
In the Fire-In project we have 5 Thematic working Groups:
- Search and Rescue (SAR) and emergency Medical Response
- Structures fires
- Landscape fires
- Natural hazards
FIRELOGUE being another European Project that brings together expertise from all around Europe specifically in the Wildfire Risk Management area, it was natural for us to come together on this stand. This will also be a mean for us to show that European projects work together and exchange their knowledge.
The planning of the discussions and activities on the stand will be made available soon.