Preventing terrorist attacks in public transport requires advanced systems and security operations that can quickly identify suspicious individuals and dangerous items. In this context, thirteen public transport buyers from six EU countries (Greece, Italy, Spain, France, the Netherlands and Portugal) are looking for innovative solutions to increase security in public transport through automatic detection and identification of unattended items and perpetrators combined with advanced crisis management.
Do you have a solution for this challenge?
If you’re interested in this Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP), please register here.
The proposed technologies will endow public transport operators with solutions enhancing security situational awareness. PREVENT PCP will be using pre-commercial procurement, a form of innovative procurement, to develop and prototype the solutions in three stages: Design, integration and technical verification, validation in real-time environment. This will be led by public procurers with the support of security stakeholders to offer their guidance and perspective.
The PREVENT buyers are inviting potentially interested bidders to participate in the open market consultation of their upcoming pre-commercial procurement, via a number of (offline and physical) meetings between 10 and 27 January and other activities such as a questionnaire.
For more information about the PREVENT PCP project, please visit this page.