Affiliate Program

The Responsphere project encourages the use of its data and equipment for research and testing. Responsphere Affiliates are granted access to datasets (911 call data, sensor logs, drill and GIS datasets, etc.), usage of cameras and other smart space equipment. The Affiliates program is comprised of three tiers (details below). If you are interested in becoming a Responsphere Affiliate please contact us to request an access level.

Tier 1
Tier 1 Affiliates are granted read only access to our repository of data, limited usage of cameras and other smart space equipment.

Tier 2
Tier 2 access is reserved for Responsphere/Rescue Project Researchers.  Usage of cameras and other smart space equipment, data sets (read and write), processor cycles, storage, and usage of servers is granted at this level.

Tier 3
Tier 3 access is reserved for Rescue System Designers.  Complete access to all systems is granted. This includes root and admin access on servers, cameras, people counters, and all other technologies. Only the project's Principal Investigators can authorize this level of access.


Partnership Programs

Responsphere is dedicated to developing long-term relationships with industrial and government partners that benefit both industry and the project's faculty and students. There are many ways to become involved, from corporate affiliates programs and cooperative research, to philanthropic support and participation on the project's advisory boards.


Cooperative Research

Ground-breaking research is the heart of the Responsphere project. Industrial partners can sponsor an individual faculty member's research on a contractual or philanthropic basis.


Responsphere is part of the RESCUE Project, the Center for Emergency Response Technologies and the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Award Number 0403433.
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