Challenges & Resources
The FIRE-IN Common Capability Challenges are based on the knowledge and experiences of more than 80 experts on emergency management.
Indeed, the topics related to fire and rescue have been split into 5 thematic fields (Search & Rescue Emergency Response, Structure Fires, Landscape Fires, Natural Hazards, CBRNe) and experts have been invited to create Thematic Working Groups.
During a process organized with several workshops involving practitioners from each TWG, needs for new technologies, methods and standards have been expressed. These needs have been gathered and consolidated, and finally reformulated into capability challenges that are common for the 5 TWGs.
Click to download the deliverable D1.3 Report on current and future common capability challenges (CCCs and FCCCs) #2
Click to download the deliverable D2.3 RDI and standardisation screening report
The Common Capability Challenges (CCC) are presented in the matrix below in a short version. By clicking on a cell of the matrix you will find a detailed description of the CCC and examples of solutions that are available or being developed.
The process is on-going, and at this stage, the FIRE-IN Team is engaging with the Associated Experts to further identify solutions that address already identified challenges or to further identify new challenges.
As Associated Expert, provider or researcher you can choose to click the 2 buttons:
- Submit a solution: for identified challenges you are invited to introduce a new solution (not yet in the list already available) to a challenge and provide some details such as the principles of the solutions, who is the supplier, what are the performances…
- Submit a challenge: you might also think about new challenges that you would like to propose for consideration by the FIREIN consortium, you are invited to click on this button.
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|The FIRE-IN Common Capability Challenges
High flow of effort in hostile environment
Low frequency, high impact
Multiagency / multileadership environment
High level of uncertainty
Incident Command Organization
Not identified at this stage