ERASMUS


Emergency Responder Authentication System for Mobile UserS Project

 

Project Description

The goal of the solution, called “ERASMUS”, Emergency Responder Authentication System for Mobile UserS,  is to leverage existing tools, rules, smart phones and advances in identity federation techniques to meet the need for electronic verification of identity, skills, and authorizations while simultaneously allowing for greater accountability on the scene of a disaster. This project is being developed by Gluu under the Kantara Initiative Identity and Privacy Incubator Program, funded by the US Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate.

 

Project Summary

ERASMUS presentation

 

Contact Details

Mike Schwartz, CEO Gluu

http://gluu.org/booking
http://linkedin.com/in/nynymike
@gluufederation

 

Note: This work is funded by the U.S Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate (DHS S&T). Any opinions contained herein are those of the performer and do not necessarily reflect those of DHS S&T.