Reference RTD


The IN-PREP project is establishing and demonstrating a next generation platform enabling a reference implementation for operational preparedness and crisis management coordination.

In this project, DIGINEXT is in charge of the Mixed Reality training platform that enables to put first responders and decision makers in conditions as close to real ones as possible using Virtual and Augmented Reality technologies.


The ALADDIN project, coordinated by DIGINEXT, aims to research develop and validate an innovative system integrating the latest research advances in Detection, Classification, and Neutralisation of rogue/suspicious Drones/UAV in order to enhance the effectiveness of operational protection of people, population and sites.

This project will significantly improve existing protection capacities in order to fulfil critical end-user needs against growing threats or our communities and critical infrastructures. ALADDIN will propose number of progresses in the field of sensors and neutralisation effectors for rogue/suspicious drone/UAV. Thanks to a robust open architecture, ALADDIN will enable the integration of multiple sensors and neutralisation means as well as third-party extensions of the ALADDIN system.

In addition to the coordination of this research project, DIGINEXT is also in charge of the advanced Command & Control capacities, including 3D cartography, as well as the mixed reality device used by operators to locate and indetify UAVs faster.


CRISS is a user-driven, flexible, scalable, and cost-effective cloud-based digital learning ecosystem that allows the guided acquisition, evaluation, and certification of digital competences in primary and secondary education, and easily scalable to other educational levels. The CRISS project aims to contribute to the modernisation of the educational and training system at different levels. CRISS proposes an innovative adaptive learning solution supported by the most advanced pedagogical methodologies and technologies that will be tested with a very large scale pilot with more than 490 schools including 25,400 students and 2,290 teachers across Europe.


Emotive is an EU-funded heritage project that aims to use emotional storytelling to dramatically change how we experience heritage sites.

For heritage professionals, the Emotive application will provide a powerful storytelling engine and a set of rich digital media assets that can be used to create detailed characters and narratives featuring archaeological sites or collections of artefacts.

For visitors, Emotive will offer dramatic, emotionally engaging stories that can be experienced while at a cultural site or remotely. Wherever visitors are, they can follow characters, look for clues and explore environments alone or with family and friends.