Επιπρόσθετα, στην πλατφόρμα επαγγελματικής δικτύωσης linkedin δημιουργήθηκε το group με τίτλο “SAFE IT_B Safe_B Secure #esasecurity#intellia#senseworks#Aegean#Thrace” και έχουν γίνει οι παρακάτω αναρτήσεις για το έργο:
In the first week of May (2-6/5/2023), the SafeIT system was operated in pilot mode in Preveza Marine. Ten use cases were tested: 1) Bar violation 2) Fencing Breach 3) Suspicious object detection 4) Aggressive behavior of a person 5) Fire/smoke detection near boats 6) Falling guard 7) Visitor drop 8) Abnormal heart function in a guard 9) Detection of prolonged presence of person/s near boats at night 10) Violation of the central door of the Central Administration Building. In the photograph the members of SafeIT team participated in pilot mode. The ESA team consisted of Panagiotis Gavathas, Lefteris Kasselouris, Thomas Tsamakis, Panagiotis Liaskos, Evagelos Rontogiannis, Evagelia Tsarpela and Demosthenes Photos, the Intellia team consisted of Vasilis Papataxiarxis and Michael Loukeris, the Senseworks team consisted of Nikos Papastamatiou, George Bellos and Michael Skiadaresis (Thanos Bellos supported the team remotely), the Democritus University of Thrace team consisted of the researcher Konstantinos Tsintotas, the PhD student Stavros Moutsis and the University of the Aegean team consisted of prof. Demosthenes Vouyoukas, assistant prof. Panayotis Nastou, PhD student Dimitris Dermanis and the PhD student George Petroudis supported the team remotely. The operation of the SafeIT system was almost perfect. Congratulations to all members of the SafeIT team that participated in this achievement.
During SafeIT system deployment, the AR technology equipment (binocular and monocular), the Wearable devices along with the Decision Making System have been tested.
On 18th of March 2023, Vasilis Papataxiarxis and Michalis Loukeris from Intellia presented the SafeAssist and CCAssist subsystems of SafeIT system in the Regional Conference for Entrepreneurship that took place in Patras University.
In March 2023, the SafeIT development team visited Preveza Marina to deploy the SafeIT system. In the photo, Vassilis Papataxiarhis (Intellia), Nikos Papastamatiou (SenseWorks), Panagiotis Gavathas (ESA) and Panagiotis Nastou (University of the Aegean).
In October 2022, our consortium represented by Stavros Moutsis (Democritus University of Thrace), Nikos Papastamatiou (Senseworks) and Leonidas Pentavrakis participated in Beyond Exposition (https://lnkd.in/dvatGG5d). It was presented how the SafeIT system will enhance the operational plan in the field and the protection of guard health using wearable devices and by the integration of artificial intelligence algorithms, augmented reality applications and advanced security techniques based on physical unclonable functions as well.
In May 2022, Panagiotis Gavathas, Nikos Papastamatiou and Panagiotis Nastou visited the marina in Preveza for the SafeIT project. The marina of Preveza is the critical infrastructure that we selected to deploy the SafeIT system. The main purpose of the team was to review its infrastructure in order to determine the actions list for the final deployment of the SafeIT system in the marina of Preveza. Many thanks to Kostas Kalfas (second from the left) for his valuable support.
Wearable devices and augmented reality are rapidly evolving and are particularly applicable in the service sector, such as safety, health, education, etc. In the field of security services, in particular the no-contact / lone security positions, device handler technology can offer innovative services. In particular, it can further secure the individual protection of staff in existing security services and improve their mental concentration and perceptual capacity, which assists in decision-making. Portable devices can detect the presence, biometric data of the guardian, and many additional elements that are useful both in the service they perform and the personal safety of the workers.
The goal of the project is to develop systems and applications that will receive and process data from smart wearable to record biometric data for the purposes of health and vital safety monitoring, positioning and presence/commencement/ending of the shift, direct notification and other required services, such as indications of danger, attack, etc. These devices will automatically wirelessly connect with additional equipment (ambient sensors and positional beacons) and their data will be combined with the cameras data. Systems of Augmented/Mixed reality will also be developed in addition to simply recording and tracking signals, more effectively managing the data from incident management center operators and supporting decision-making by the end user (guarde) through the use of machine - learning techniques.
The development of AR interfaces for managing information in the field of security services is an innovation of the project. Also, the development of ergonomic interfaces based on the geometric representation of the area of interest combined with the use of maps in an augmented reality environment is another innovation the project aspires to introduce. Finally, all applications that will be deployed will respect the privacy of users by complying to the requirements of innovative and academically-recognized methodologies, while ensuring all the technical and organizational requirements set by the new General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GCC-GDPR) are met.
This project is the first national effort in Greece to develop an integrated augmented/mixed reality platform that acts on both the field and the control center.