Title Address Description
German Federal Agency for Technical Relief
Provinzialstrasse 93 Bonn 53127 Germany
Entente pour la Forêt Méditerranéenne
Centre Francis Arrighi - Domaine de Valabre - RD7, 13120 Gardanne, France
Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service
Bridle Rd, Bootle L30 4YD, UK
Service Départemental d’Incendie et de Secours de la Savoie
226 Rue de la Perrodière, 73230 Saint-Alban-Leysse, France
Hellenic Rescue Team of Attica
Agonaridou 10-12, Athina 117 44, Greece
Institute of Communication and Computer Systems
Zografou 157 73, Greece
Estias 1, Athina 115 26, Greece
Rudower Ch 29, 12489 Berlin, Deutschland
International Security Competence Centre GmbH
Kaiser Franz Joseph-Ring 21, 2500 Baden, Austria
Tohoku University
980-8579, Japan
SINTEF Digital – dept. of Mathematics and Cybernetics
Strindvegen 4, 7034 Trondheim, Norway
Commissariat A L’Energie Atomique et Aux Energies Alternatives
D36, 91190 Saclay, France
The University of Manchester
Oxford Rd, Manchester M13 9PL, UK
German Institute for Standardisation
Saatwinkler Damm 42-43, 13627 Berlin, Germany
Trilateral Research Ltd
Gorteens, Waterford, Co. Kilkenny, X91 W0XW, Ireland
58a Rue du Dessous des Berges, 75013 Paris, France

German Institute for Standardisation

Saatwinkler Damm 42/43
13627 Berlin
Website: www.din.de/en

General information

The German Institute for Standardisation (DIN) is a non-profit organisation recognised as the German National Standards body representing Germany in European and International Standardisation activities. DIN prepares standards as services for the economy, state and community. Standardisation is considered as a strategic instrument to support economy and the society in general.

It reduces the need for legislation and supports convergence in technology whilst allowing for a wide range of local solutions if needed.

Role in the project

DIN will manage all standardisation related activities in CURSOR (WP7). Together with the consortium members it will analyse the current standardisation landscape, identify gaps and needs in standardisation and initiate standardisation activities. The standardisation activities will for example lead to expected results such as a CEN Workshop Agreement (CWA).

Participating members in the project 

Saskia Maresch

Saskia Maresch is a Project Manager in the Innovation department at DIN and has a M.Sc. in industrial engineering from the Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. Her area of responsibility is the management of national and European research and development projects in the field of standardisation, e.g. in issues of energy, resilience and robotics (FlAixEnergy, SMR, COROMA, INBOTS, DRIVER+).

René Lindner

René Lindner is a Senior Project Manager in the Innovation department at DIN, has about 7 years of experience with research and innovation projects and is mainly involved in innovative topics such as security and smart city (e.g. SmarterTogether, ESPRESSO, DRIVER+, SAYSO, ResiStand and SMR). He holds a diploma in industrial engineering and has throughout his career a specific focus on innovation and project management.