SAFE-CITIES Architecture

The SAFE-CITIES Architecture (SCA) is designed as a stratified environment where each layer addresses its own concern whilst promoting extension, openness, reusability and easy-deployment across pan-EU regions, cities, and urban areas. In particular, the SCA encompasses three distinct layers where each individual layer builds on top of the functionality of each layer: Infrastructure, Back-end Application and Front-End Application. This approach is supplemented the Collaborative Security and Vulnerability Assessment with participation of threats and vulnerability experts, policy makers, urban planners, and end users.

How it Works


Improving security of public areas, critical infrastructure and soft targets

3D Visualisation of threats

Tools to improve the public spaces security

Improving communication before, during and after incidents

Critical situation management

Crowd behaviour management

Exploring ways of forces deployment

Supporting decision-making

Trainings for practitioners in public spaces security

Risk assessment

Providing threats scenarios

Identification of vulnerabilities and threats

Finding vulnerabilities of an infrastructure to an intrusion

Structuring Data Lake

Sorting out processes inside security forces

Mitigation of CBRN risks

Managing fire incidents in public spaces

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(Risk-Based Approach for the Protection of Public Spaces in European Cities)
SAFE-CITIES has received funding from the European Union's Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101073945

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