Advanced Laboratory for Crisis and Emergencies in Ports and marine domain developed by Simulation within a common collaborative Space

Events of
ALACRES2 Project

Preliminary Meeting, Savona, Italy, March 14, 2019

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On the occasion of the Preliminary Meeting on March 14, the ALACRES2 Project will be presented in Savona Campus. ALACRES2 aims to create a Virtual Laboratory and will be coordinated by Prof. Agostino Bruzzone from the Genovese University in cooperation with Prof.Paolo Fadda of Cagliari University and other Partners.
Indeed, ALACRES2 is based the participation of prestigious Institutions with the aim of creating and activating a Permanent laboratory able to identify, test and validate integrated emergency management procedures in the case of accidents and crises in port areas. The ALACRES2 Laboratory will use the most sophisticated Simulation, Virtual and Augmented Reality techniques using the new Modelingi Interoperable Simulation and Serious Games (MS2G) paradigm to support the behavior of the different operational figures called to the management of emergencies, testing new behavioral protocols, new standards of operations, new emergency monitoring and control procedures, new support technologies for infrastructure and on-board systems. For more information please click here. The meeting venue is on the Simulation Team Labs, Savona Campus, Tiger Room, Delfino Building, via Magliotto 2, 17100 Savona, Italy


Ports and Simulation

Immersive and Interactive Simulation

Simulation based on the MS2G Paradigm allows today to guarantee maximum Immersiveness and Interactivity in reproducing complex port and marine scenarios. Over the years, the Simulation Team has developed interesting interoperable solutions that employ M & S to support decisions, train and evaluate new infrastructural procedures and solutions.

ALACRES2 reiterates the concept of the Extended Maritime Framework (EMF) developed by the Simulation Team of the University of Genoa, which considers the marine context in the different domains that influence it (ie the surface of the sea, the underwater world, the sky, the coast, cyberspace and space) ; in this way we will construct models that consider the different elements and active systems and their interactions in the face of crises and disasters, including also the human component. Disasters and operational scenarios will be defined with particular attention to the needs of Operational Partners to maximize the impact on the territory and the fallout of research into concrete results that increase safety in the marine environment.