We are thrilled to announce the successful completion of the testing and evaluation activities for the i-TRIER as part of the iProcureSecurity PCP project. Our solution, i-TRIER, addresses the challenges associated with the effectiveness and efficiency of Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

Spanish Pilot 01

Figure 1 i-TRIER team in the Spanish Pilot

Phase III focused on further development and testing of the system under real-life conditions. During this phase, five pilot operations were conducted across five countries, providing an invaluable opportunity to assess the effectiveness, efficiency, and user satisfaction of our EMS i-TRIER system. The pilot operations were carried out as follows:

Izmir, Turkey: May 7-8, 2024
Vienna, Austria: May 23-25, 2024
Austrian Pilot 01

Figure 4 Austrian Pilot

Athens, Greece: May 28-30, 2024
Milan, Italy: June 4, 2024
Malaga, Spain: June 12-14, 2024

The i-TRIER Triage Management System has been developed with the goal of enhancing the resilience and interoperability of Emergency Medical Services. This phase engaged pseudo-victims, EMSs, Triage, Command and Evacuation managers and healthcare professionals to ensure i-TRIER will be tested by the correct End users.

Our technologies aim to revolutionise emergency response, from incident declaration to victim triage, resource management, and casualty care and evacuation until the arrival to the hospital. Whether in response to natural disasters or man-made incidents, the i-TRIER solutions are designed to significantly improve the efficiency and effectiveness of EMS and Civil Protection agencies.

The testing and evaluation process of Phase III provided valuable feedback on the functionalities and benefits of the i-TRIER technologies, resulting in a refined system ready for market adoption. The insights gained are invaluable for our technical partners and will greatly contribute to the future development of triage management systems in the EMS sector.

i-TRIER is part of the iProcureSecurity PCP project, which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme.

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