LAW-GAME in numbers
We create a complete gamified training system for Law Enforcement Agencies to assist them in developing core competencies required for intelligence crime analysis and illegal acts prediction. We use the latest advances in Virtual Reality Gaming, Artificial Intelligence, Human Modelling, Emotional Intelligence in Human-Artificial Agent Interaction, Social and Secure Cloud Systems.
Serious Game modes
The systems embed four separate highly immersive and attractive “gaming modes”, aiming to train police officers and measure their proficiency in forensic examination, effective questioning and recognizing and mitigating potential terrorist attacks.
LAW-GAME Latest News
High expectations: How serious game play can change car accident investigations
An article prepared by LTEC (Partner of the LAW-GAME Consortium) Advancing Police Training for Effective Car Accident Investigations Car accidents are an unfortunate...
Computer Vision in the context of LAW-GAME
An article by SquareDev Computer vision is a segment of Artificial Intelligence (AI) used to enable systems and computers to analyze and extract information from visual...
LAW-GAME attends RISE-SD 2023 Conference
We are proud to be participating at the "Research and Innovation Symposium for European Security and Defence" - RISE-SD 2023 conference taking place from 29 - 31 May...
Europol’s new role in Horizon Europe – LAW-GAME participation at CERIS Event in Brussels
We are pleased to announce that LAW-GAME was among the projects invited to participate at the latest CERIS (Community for European Research and Innovation for Security)...
Emotion detection and AI technologies
An article prepared by Tecnalia (Partner of the LAW-GAME Consortium) Emotion detection in the LAW-GAME training process Emotion detection is the process of recognizing,...
Novel technologies have presented practitioners with new opportunities to improve the intelligence process, but have also created new challenges and threats....
CC-DRIVER is a three-year, EU-funded project investigating the drivers of cybercrime and, especially, how young people can be turned away from cybercrime to use their...
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