Smart Spaces Safety and Security for All Cities project

Horizon 2020 Framework Program for Research and Innovation

The Smart Spaces Safety and Security for All Cities project (S4AllCities) is a large-scale project funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, with the aim of revolutionizing the way smart cities become more prepared and resilient against physical/cyber attacks on smart spaces.

   This is achieved through augmenting City Spaces Situation Awareness with greater intelligence, machine-encoded context knowledge and real-time evaluation of cyber and physical security threat levels.The S4AllCities approach is centred on three modular yet interconnected digital twin sub-systems, designed to ingest large amounts of data from edge-computing sensors deployed within the Smart Cities, appropriately fuse the information received in order to establish a recommended course of actions, and present the relevant operators with timely and concise actionable information. This is achieved through a large array of AI-based tools operating on massive amounts of data received from sensor networks. The sensor networks comprise of multiple innovative sensors advanced through the project activities and complemented by smart city legacy sensors network systems.

Eulambia's Role

Development of a photonic-PUF based security lock for increasing the security of physical access to restricted areasDevelopment of a Smart City surveillance system through low-cost fibre sensors utilizing a fibre Bragg grating (FBG) monitoring system

Project Links

S4ALLCities Site

Project Materials