A very important stage in the TARGET project is taking place this September. It is almost a year since the V1 Trials of the TARGET solutions and everyone is really looking to seeing the V2 developments put through their paces in the field. These upcoming Trials will be used to test, evaluate and showcase the V2 of the software and Training Contents developed during the project. The feedback we receive from the end users will take us to the final V3 of the solutions before the conclusion of the project at the end of October.
A lot of work has been completed by all the end users and the technical teams since the V1 Trials, so we are all excited to see the developments in action. There are six Trials, each one of which will be hosted during September by the project’s end user partners. We will report back on how the improvements are received, but you can see the full schedule below. If you would like to know more, please click on the Contact button and send the team an email with your enquiry.
- Thursday 6th September – TC3. A gold command, multi-agency, tabletop command post exercise focussing on a challenging cyber attack, hosted by Cleveland Fire Brigade in the UK
- Wednesday 12th September – TC6. A major road traffic collision involving 90 vehicles on a motorway is the complex scenario in this command post and Virtual Reality exercise, hosted by Deutsche Hochschule der Polizei in Münster, Germany
- Friday 14th September – TC4. A tactical terrorist firearms scenario in a confined, multi-room space using the TARGET Augmented Reality solutions. Hosted by the Institut de Seguretat Publica de Catalunya (ISPC) with Guardia Civil in Barcelona, Spain
- Thursday 20th September – TC2. Police protecting a Critical National Infrastructure during a mass demonstration is the scenario in this command post exercise, which will be hosted by Fachhochschule der Polizei des Landes Brandenburg, Germany
- Thursday 20th September – TC5. Police officers at the École Nationale Supérieure de la Police near Lyon use Augmented Reality headsets to resolve a complex and threatening firearms situation after a car accident
- Thursday 27th September – TC1. A chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear (CBRN) scenario, using Augmented Reality headsets to train specialist officers; hosted by the International Security and Emergency Management Institute (ISEMI) in the Slovak Republic with support from the Estonian Academy of Security Sciences (EASS)