Development Agency of Lemesos LTD with distinctive title ANELEM LTD, was originally founded on 21 October 2005, by eleven (11) Communities of the Kouris-Xylourikos Valley area for the design and implementation of the LEADER Program. Since then the company expanded significantly. Today, the company is owned by 75 shareholders, including communities, public and private organisations.
The main purpose of Development Agency of Lemesos LTD, is the development of the wider rural area of Limassol District by contributing to the utilization, development, management, maintenance and protection of natural and cultural resources, the introduction of innovation and entrepreneurship in the productive system, the introduction and expansion of the use of renewable energy sources and the support and improvement of new collective structures and social development.
In addition to the above, our company is also responsible for the Administration and Accounting support of the Organization of Integrated Waste Management Facilities Limassol. The organisation was established by the Ministers’ Council for managing and processing the urban Mixed Household Waste of Limassol Province.
Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) is a Research and Development organization which focuses on fostering social innovation that can bring about a positive change to local, national, regional and global contexts. CSI belief, is that the four pillars of Social Interaction, Education, Development and Economic Rationalization coupled with fundamentally sound and sustainable solutions as well as disruption to streamlined solutions to systemic social problems can lead to creative solutions that impact significant change to the social fabric of every society. CSI is working closely to address market, social, economic and education challenges with governments, local administrative agencies, non for profit agencies, commercial entities, and educational institutions. We identify and address systemic challenges through evidence based research, state of the art investigation of global, national, regional and local solutions, by taking into consideration the local ecosystem, cultural dynamics, meet the stakeholders needs, keeping constant vigilance to ensure continual feedback loop and adjustments.
SAHER (Europe) OÜ is a security research and innovation consultancy based in Estonia operating at a global level. The strategic aim of SAHER is to develop the intersection between the four key stakeholders in the international security domain including: citizens; government, industry, and academia. SAHER provides a collaborative platform for professionals, policy-makers, practitioners, and the public to advance and amplify international security innovations. The mission of SAHER is to support the ethical design and development of new and creative tools, techniques, and technologies to tackle emerging security threat vectors, exposing them to the realities of policing and security in accordance with legal and regulatory frameworks, and adherence to fundamental rights and values. The approach of SAHER bridges the gap between security research and operational reality, providing unique opportunities to share knowledge and expertise to improve operational capabilities
The European Institute Foundation (EI) is an independent policy centre that was founded in 1999. Since its creation the Institute has become one of the leading Bulgarian independent policy and research centres dealing with matters related to European integration. In the past several years, the European Institute gained considerable project related experience in topics dealing with migration, trafficking in human beings, online radicalisation and police cooperation. The projects in these areas have been implemented through partnership with national and European governmental and non-governmental institutions, as well as with international organisations. In particular, the Institute has been working actively with the Ministry of Interior and a network of Law Enforcement Agencies.
The Bavarian Police University is in charge of training and educating Police students for their career on professional and executive levels for the Police Enforcement Service. HföD teaches future higher ranked police officers in various disciplines including psychology, political science and social sciences. The inter-disciplinary research team of the HföD examines various domains relevant for policing including cybercrime, hate speech, radicalisation, terrorism among others. Security research for and via the police strengthens everyday networking in police practice with training and further education, thus integrating theory and practice. The research team at HföD provides scientific knowledge on relevant topics in the field (i.e. crime prevention, security or crime research) to police or institutions of the security structure and aids in the design of further training courses and the mediation of contacts. In addition, the research team supports police and security authorities by providing scientific services in solving day-to-day problems.
The Centre for Research and Technology-Hellas (CERTH) is the only research centre in Northern Greece and one of the largest in the country. Founded in 2000, CERTH consists of five institutes, employing more than 1200 people, the majority being scientists. CERTH participates in PRECRISIS via its Information Technologies Institute (ITI), a founding member of CERTH and one of the leading Institutions in Greece in the fields of Informatics, Telematics and Telecommunications, and in particular via CERTH-ITI’s Multimodal Data Fusion and Analytics Group (M4D) of the Multimedia Knowledge and Social Media Analytics Lab (MKLab), with significant scientific expertise in several domains including: Web & Social Media Μonitoring and Mining, Computer Vision, Multimedia Understanding, Multimodal Data Fusion and Analytics, Interactive Multimedia Search and Retrieval, Artificial Intelligence, Semantic Technologies, Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, as well as Crisis and Security Management
Comune di Trento is a Municipality and is organized in three areas delivering Citizen services; Cultural services; and Technical area of the territory. The interventions of the Municipality includes strategic areas such as social cohesion, economic development, urban security, education and training, youth policy, culture and libraries, sports, urban mobility, land management and environment.
Top research institute in Italy, Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK) is a research non-profit public interest entity. It consists of a community of over 400 researchers, 140 doctoral students, 200 visiting fellows and 700 affiliates. The result of more than half a century of history, through 11 centres dedicated to technology, innovation and social sciences, FBK aims to achieve excellent results in the scientific and technological field with regard to interdisciplinary approaches and the application dimension.
FBK participates in the project with its Digital Society Centre (DigiS), a research center formed by a multidisciplinary team of 100+ researchers, technologists and managers organised in 12 research units dedicated to specific research areas in the ICT domain and 2 support units. In PRECRISIS, FBK-DigiS will participate with the following units: DVL – Deep Visual Learning, DH – Digital Humanities, LanD – Language and Dialog Technology, MOBS – Mobile and Social Computing, DS Lab – Digital Society Laboratory and PMG – Project Management Group.
Research and innovation at the intersection with practice – this is the common denominator of all Johanniter research projects. The Johanniter Research and Innovation Centre, based in Vienna, Austria is dedicated to national and international projects in the fields of social welfare, health and care, and security and disaster management. The aim of the research is to develop and implement innovative solutions and new quality standards in order to optimize the quality of care and safety in these areas.
Based on our ideas and projects, we try to help our organisation to continuously evolve in order to provide the best possible quality of care and service to our customers. This includes developing innovative approaches and establishing standards of quality. Both internal and external concerns and suggestions for improvement are welcomed.
Every idea is considered valuable and welcomed. The Johanniter Research and Innovation Center always sets itself the task of finding ways to implement new concepts and transform them into something bigger.