Citizen engagement

ReBriNet (Resilience Bridge Net)

Empowering communities with greater resilience to effectively respond to hazards and disasters.

About the Solution

ReBriNet Approach to Emergency Management

ReBriNet solution, co-funded by SecurIT and developed in collaboration with CenSec (Center for Defence, Space & Security), the Red Cross and Unicef, focuses on helping first and second responders to manage crises during disasters and improving resilience of impacted communities.

ReBriNet, is a cutting-edge technology designed to help the coordination and decision-making of first and second responders by providing during all the operation real-time information directly from local communities affected by the disaster. Local communities during a disaster will be able to report crucial information through a digital web module that can be integrated in existing web/mobile emergency solutions and available within WeSolve that enhances cross-communication capabilities with inclusive and effective communication.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme within the framework of the SecurIT Project funded under grant agreement No 101005292.

    • Status

      Under development

    • Partners


    • Supporters

      SecurIT, EU Horizon 2020


A platform designed to facilitate emergency response coordination and community resilience.

Emergency management is all about protecting our communities by bringing together various efforts. It helps us build and enhance our ability to deal with natural disasters, acts of terrorism, and other unforeseen crises. Whether it’s preparing for the worst, responding when it happens, or recovering afterward, emergency management plays a vital role in keeping us safe and resilient.

Efficient communication

Enhanced communication efficiency through AI-backed topic analysis

Feedback into actions

Turn issues reported by impacted communities into actions

Improved resilience

Enabling disaster resilience by engaging local communities

Map-based interaction

Visualisation of reported issues on interactive maps
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