An Innovative People Localization System for Safe Evacuation of Large Passenger Ships

(LYNCEUS2MARKET)

 
Project Overview
 
LYNCEUS2MARKET project aims to demonstrate technology on large passenger ships for people localization for safe ship evacuation during emergency, and to create significant impact by saving passenger lives during maritime accidents. The project is based on the promising results developed in the FP7 EU Funded LYNCEUS project where innovative technologies were tested in lab and in small scale pilots. LYNCEUS2MARKET brings together European global players in the field of cruise ship owners, operators, ship builders, maritime equipment manufacturers, a classification society, industry associations and important technology organisations with the aim to implement the first market replication of these technologies and products and to create significant impact by saving passenger lives during maritime accidents.
 
Partners Involved
 
  • RTD Talos Ltd (Cyprus)
  • Ministry of Communications and Works of Cyprus (Cyprus)
  • Safe Marine (Italy)
  • G.G. Dedalos (Cyprus)
  • OPTIONSNET (Greece)
  • Canepa & Campi (Italy)
  • AUTRONICA (Norway)
  • ATEVAL (Spain)
  • Foro Maritimo Vasco (Spain)
  • SignalGeneriX Ltd. (Cyprus)
  • Centre Suisse d’Electronique et de Microtechnique SA (Switzerland)
  • Technische Universität Dresden (Germany)
  • MARINEM (Cyprus)
  • CELESTYAL (Cyprus)
  • Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (UK)
  • Lloyd's Register (UK)
 
For more information you can visit the project's dedicated website: http://www.lynceus-project.eu/
 

 
  This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 636286.