The AssSyst project concerns the construction and commissioning of a test stand for the neutralization of bomb threats and conducting process experiments as well as for research and analysis of the threats related to the use of explosives and devices, in particular improvised materials and devices. In addition, the project is associated with the development of an IT system in which the data obtained from the tests can be developed, analyzed, and prepared for the assessment of safety zones in urbanized urban areas throughout the country, using existing urban infrastructure geometry (streets, buildings) . The IT system created as part of the project enables immediate assessment of safety zones, the likelihood of threats to pyrotechnic teams. The system has the ability to collect data on events and explosive devices as well as the ability to search for identification and data analysis. During the project, a model position is created and a methodology for conducting advanced research is developed along with an online computer application in which the results of the above mentioned will be implemented.
The project is implemented by a scientific and industrial consortium:
– Poznan University of Technology (Leader)
– Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center
– “MM-TRANS” General Partnership
The direct recipient of the project results is the Police, but the individual modules of the platform can be also useful and used in the work of other services.