WP1: Datasets​

Generate the required datasets to design models of local physical interactions (WP2), establish the relations between the macroscopic features of a crowd motion with the microscopic features of physical interactions (WP4) and validate technologies resulting from the project.

WP2: Modelling and Simulating High Density Crowds​

Deliver a new generation of crowd simulation techniques that can predict crowd behaviours at macroscopic scales from numerical models of physical interactions. WP2 is strongly connected to WP1.

WP3: Macro-to-micro Crowd Motion Analysis​

Deliver a new method for crowd motion analysis that is capable of estimating the intensity of physical interactions between individuals from the observation of macroscopic crowd motion features.

WP4: Crowd Management Technologies​

Explore usage of the main technologies developed along the project CrowdDNA, namely, the CrowdDNA analysis method and develop management techniques that explore the best usage of this information.

WP5: Dissemination, Exploitation & Communication

Disseminate and exploit research outputs & communicate to wider public.

WP6: Management

Ensure high quality and relevant research outputs, ensure financial management, ensure full and timely communications between partners and manage risks.

WP7: Ethics requirements

Set out the "ethics requirements" that the project must comply with.


*Public deliverables are available on the project report page