New deliberables submitted

New deliberables submitted

Last October, IMPACT submitted three deliverables to the European Commission for approval.

  • Work Package 1 “Psycho-Social and Cross-cultural Theoretical Framework of Crowd Behaviour and Management” produced the D1.3 Theoretical framework of cross-cultural pedestrian and staff behavior. This is the third and final deliverable by WP1. D1.3 integrates and extends the key findings from D1.1 and D1.2. The theoretical framework brings together a range of interacting socio-technical factors that influence crowd behaviour in routine and emergency situations. It is based on thorough literature review supported by additional data collection activities with passengers, members of staff and safety and security officials, making it theoretically as well as practically robust. This framework underpins the remaining work of IMPACT.
  • Work Package 2 “Behavioural Modelling, Simulations and Results” produced the D2.1 Synthesis of theoretical framework and translation into conceptual model. This report explains in detail the conceptual model for the Computational Agent Based Model of Crowd Behaviour, which will feed the following D2.2.
  • Work Package 3 “Cultural-based Training Framework” produced the D3.1 Cultural Risk Assessment Methodology Report. This document proposes the approach for risk assessment/management of cultural risk assessment in transport hubs, starting from applicable standards and then dealing with general risk assessment methodology, followed by a proposal to include cultural behaviour specific risk assessment.

Visit the download page to see the full list of deliverables produced within IMPACT.