The Deveryware group has joined forces with Flandrin Technologies, the cyber branch of the ChapsVision group. The ChapsVision group has more than 500 employees, more than 600 key accounts and will reach a turnover of more than 100 million euros by 2022.
Flandrin Technologies is the trusted partner of more than 150 customers in the Defense, Energy, Telecom, Transport and Ministries sectors. Its solutions federate around its innovative data exploitation system a wide range of capabilities such as digital intelligence, lawful interception, voice intelligence, cybersecurity, crisis management and emergency communications.
PARTNER’S ROLE IN THE Nightingale PROJECT
In NIGHTINGALE, Deveryware focuses on the development of a platform which improves coordination between first responders, volunteers and public safety answering point (PSAP), based on the user requirements and Deveryware’s GHALE platform (PEMEA compliant (ETSI TS 103 478) interoperability services). In leading this task, Deveryware works on creating interoperability protocols for sharing emergency information, which is useful for first responders in a specific area.
The task aims at improving coordination between the emergency services, volunteers, and PSAPs by upgrading communication technology. To overcome eventual PSAP overload, a situation awareness component is being developed within the project. It is capable to process multimedia data streams, present the overall emergency situation, and identify critical individual requests, using fused texts and image processing based on natural language processing, machine learning and proprietary algorithms.
Deveryware also contributes to other technical tasks, including integration testing, validation and user familiarisation with the developed tools.