MEDEA Solutions Demonstration 1

18-20 OCTOBER 2022

Alexandroupolis, Greece

Are you a  practitioner or a  policy maker? Then, you should definitely attend the Solutions Demonstration 1 event of Medea Project, which will take place physically in the city of Alexandroupolis, Greece during 18-20th of October, 2022. Your participation, feedback, and engagement in discussions will highly benefit you, creating also a valuable impact for securing our societies.

The MEDEA project by continuing its communication, exchange, and collaboration with Security Stakeholders, is organizing a Solutions Demonstration event (18-20 Oct) where solution providers will have the opportunity to present the functionalities of their solutions to practitioners, in Alexandroupolis.

The Solutions Demonstration event will include solutions for the thematic areas of ‘’The Management of Migration Flows and Asylum Seekers (TCP1)’’, Border management (TCP2), and ‘’Fight Against Cross-border Crime and Terrorism (TCP3)’’.

Attendance in this event will provide ample opportunities to practitioners and industry to exchange ideas, elaborate on the identified needs, and engage participants into constructive discussions. Therefore, it will offer a unique opportunity to gather solution providers and practitioners, where the former can present their solutions to possible end-users, and the latter can share their needs and insights about existing solutions.  

Registration deadline: 30/9/22

Registration is mandatory both for organizational and security reasons as the event is by invitation only.

The Event Agenda as well as more logistics information will follow with the successful registration.

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The MEDEA Project during its four years of implementation, has identified current capability challenges that practitioners face in their daily work duties. By bringing together practitioners, policymakers, and the industry, the project aspires to use these challenges as a driver to identify solutions that may address these gaps and provide practitioners with improved levels of preparedness and response, thus increasing the overall security level in the European Union.

Thus, the MEDEA project launched an Open Call for Security Solutions and Ideas where 13 solutions and ideas were submitted following specific guidelines and documentation. Proposals were subsequently presented in four (4)  dedicate  Research, Development, and Industry (RDI) Days, each of them focused to address, through the submitted solutions and ideas, operational capability gaps in the project’s four thematic areas:

  1. The Management of Migration Flows and Asylum Seekers (TCP1) 
  2. Border Management (TCP2) 
  3. Fight Against Cross-border Crime and Terrorism (TCP3) 
  4. Natural Hazards and Technological Accidents (TCP4)