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Petty Crime incidents such as theft, criminal damage and anti-social behaviour adversely impact the local socioeconomic environment. The P-REACT project trials its surveillance platform to prevent petty crime in public transport in Bologna on 31st of March. The final final project event will be held the same day.
The P-REACT solution focuses on connecting authorities, citizens, business owners, infrastructure owners, security and law enforcement personnel so that petty crime can be effectively dealt with and prevented in the future.
The P-REACT project developped a low cost surveillance platform that detects volume crimes and incidents. The solution encompasses intelligent video and audio sensors, cloud based monitoring, alert detection and storage platform.
Two trials will be conducted this year to test the P-REACT system under real conditions. The scope of the trials is twofold: On the one hand to test and demonstrate P-REACT underlying technologies and the maturity (Technology Readiness Level –TRL) of the whole system, and on the other hand to promote to an external audience and show P-REACT applicability for future exploitation.
The trials will take place in:
Interested parties, end-users and stakeholders are invited to participate in the trials and evaluate the P-REACT solution. They will be able to directly observe the innovative functionalities and consider the benefits which may be applicable them. Feedback will help to improve the system for real world requirements. During the trials, a showroom will be arranged where attendees can see the solution in action and learn about the project. A live video stream will be provided from the trial areas, to let participants follow the trials in real time.