H2020 MIRROR Project releases new video

H2020 MIRROR Project releases new video

The EU-funded Project MIRROR released a new video giving a sneak peek at the mock-up for its stakeholders. MIRROR will develop an integrated platform providing a great variety of search functionalities (e.g., search by MRSCs -Migration Related Semantic Concepts, free text, time, country, language, source, observed situation, etc.) and technologies (text, audio and video analysis, media summaries, trend analysis, etc.) as well as a customizable dashboard. It will allow for users to search across large amounts of information, combining the possibilities of multi-source (webpages, newsfeeds, TV, radio), multi-media and multi-lingual data and to retrieve meaningful insights out of the data.

The research project MIRROR will provide answers to the questions how people abroad perceive Europe as a potential destination for migration. The project aims at developing an integrated platform, a set of tools and a systematic methodology for the comprehensive intermedia analysis of the perception of Europe. Furthermore, MIRROR focuses on providing end-users such as civil society organizations, policymakers, border control authorities, research communities and companies with policy recommendations and actionable insights.

The video below provides an overview of the MIRROR´s platform interface:  

The project brings together a multidisciplinary consortium composed of fourteen partners from seven countries from research and industry, as well as practitioners, including HENSOLDT Analytics. In the MIRROR project, HENSOLDT Analytics leads the Work Package on Text Analysis Methods for Social and Traditional Media. Furthermore, the company contributes to work-packages on Multimedia Analysis Methods for Social & Traditional Media and Methods for Cross-Media Network Analysis. HENSOLDT Analytics also leads the work package of dissemination and exploitation and the role of the Community Liaison Manager of the project.

The MIRROR Project started on the 1st of June, 2019, and has a time period of three years. You can find more information about the project at https://h2020mirror.eu/.

The MIRROR project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement № 832921.