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Crisis management

Enhanced situational awareness for crisis management.

Contributes to EC priorities:
A European Green DealA Europe fit for the digital ageA stronger Europe in the worldPromoting our European way of life
2023 M. VASARIO 24 D.
JRC portfolio 25: Crisis management
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