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De subsidie bedraagt € 900.000 en het project heeft een looptijd van twee jaar. Het project wordt vanuit de Hochschule Osnabruck Lingen, Instituut for Duale Studiengange en de Hanzehogeschool Groningen, het Instituut voor Engineering, HBO-ICT en Bio-Informatica mogelijk gemaakt.

SensEQuake (SEQ)

Under the SensEQuake project, the partners StabiAlert, Target Holding, NHL Stenden Leeuwarden and Research Centre for Built Environment NoorderRuimte of Hanze University of Applied Sciences are investigating the following question:

How can we provide relevant and understandable information to support decision makers when an earthquake has occurred?

In case of a crisis such as an earthquake, parties such as the provincial government, large company sites, airports or hospitals need information on the scope and severity of the effect of the crisis.

Systematic updates of the actual situation on site are of the essence for emergency services. At present only a small amount of the data necessary for this information needed is being collected. And the data that is collected is not processed into relevant and easily understandable information for the decision makers. This project aims to fill this gap.

The objective of the project is to integrate the existing sensor technologies into a decision support system, allowing a wider and more immediate use of sensor data for public interest, particularly in crisis times.

A heat-map will be produced based on scenario earthquakes and loss (hazard and risk assessment) estimation tools. After running several scenario quakes, critical points in respect to the expected damages and the distribution of existing sensors will be defined. More sensors in critical locations will also be placed to create a high enough resolution.

For more information go to the appendix project poster SensEQuake.

Project partners are:

StabiAlert

NHL Stenden Leeuwarden

Target Holding

Research Centre for Built Environment NoorderRuimte of Hanze University of Applied Sciences

Veiligheidsregio Groningen

University of Bremen

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