iProcureSecurity PCP Pilots

As part of Phase III of this project dedicated pilot preparation and pilot operation activities are organised in each of the 5 procurer countries.

Pilot Preparation consists of the two elements:

Equipment Set Up and Solution Intro: The two contractors set up and install their equipment within the procurer facilities, forging critical connections with local suppliers for seamless integration. Simultaneously, the initial training on the system take place, equipping participants with the necessary skills.

Second On-Ste Check Up and Training: Building on the initial setup, this event responds to feedback from the first check-up. Contractors deliver a second round of comprehensive training, and equipment undergoes updates where needed, ensuring our systems are fine-tuned and ready for the pilot operations.

Pilot Operation activities consist of the key elements:

Third On-Site Check-Up and Training: The EMS experts and participants will receive a final round of training, ensuring that everyone is well prepared for the operation. Equipment receives final check-ups.

Pilot Operation: The heart of the Pilot phase, this stage demands the operation of all systems at each site, maintaining their quality and functionality, led by the pilot site management organisation and supported by core team staff. The pilot operation will be executed separately for each solution.

For more details check out the Pilot Handbook!



7-10 May

In Türkiye, a challenging simulation unfolds as an explosion rocks a grain warehouse, testing emergency protocols in varying conditions including dark and cold environments, and firefighting scenarios. Rescuers will confront a complex range of casualties, including a diverse array of simulated injuries. The response team, comprising skilled physicians, paramedics, and essential emergency vehicles, will be tasked with operational command and triage efficiency.



23-25 May

On the Austrian border, a minibus carrying smugglers and hidden persons in transit overturns, posing a dual challenge of criminal activity and medical emergency. Language barriers and the smugglers’ evasion add layers of complexity to the rescue efforts. The Austrian team, consisting of a range of emergency personnel and law enforcement, will demonstrate strategic management and adaptability in the face of unpredictability and diverse needs.



28-30 May

A serene morning in urban Greece is disrupted by a bus collision leading to a consequential fire. The incident calls for the swift rescue of passengers, their safe transfer to triage, and thorough preparation for the hospital transport of those critically injured. Greek emergency units, along with dedicated medical professionals, will bring their expertise to manage the situation, supported by vital resources including ambulances and a triage tent.



3-4 June

In Italy, history and present collide as a WWII-era device’s detonation during excavation causes a severe construction site accident. Rescuers will face the aftermath of a machinery fire, tending to workers with a spectrum of injuries from blasts, burns, to traumas. A skilled team of doctors, nurses, and rescuers, backed by ambulances, will navigate the crisis, showcasing their historical knowledge and trauma-handling prowess.



12-14 June

Amidst the Spanish summer, a bus veers off the A-92 road due to the driver’s sudden illness, resulting in numerous casualties. The incident demands a prompt and coordinated response from emergency teams to manage the varied severity of injuries. Spanish healthcare experts, along with a contingent of firefighters, will mobilise to deliver critical care, demonstrating their preparedness and versatility.