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Nuevo Centro de Investigación en Tecnologías Navales e industriales (CITENI) de la Universidad da Coruña (UDC) está ubicado en el Campus Industrial de Esteiro, Ferrol.

VISÍTANOS Campus de Esteiro s/n 15403 Ferrol, a Coruña. 981 33 74 00 citeni@udc.es


Cross-border Emergency Assistance in the Framework of POCTEP 2021-2027

Third Call of the Operational Program for Interregional Cross-Border Cooperation VIN-A Spain-Portugal, POCTEP 2021-2027

Dates: 01/09/2023-31/12/2025

Total: 6 577 821,11 € 
UDC: 614 916,54 €  


ATEMPO focuses on strengthening the response capacity of cross-border emergency units to two types of challenges: extreme weather events and technological risks that threaten the Euroregion’s ecosystems. This will involve the use of advanced forecasting tools provided by artificial intelligence (AI), the improvement of joint training of emergency personnel and the establishment of a common professional qualification framework. In addition, investments will be made in equipment that will increase the effectiveness of emergency response and improve public awareness and training for dealing with climate change-related emergencies.


UDC Participation

Two UDC research centers are working together on the ATEMPO project: the ICT Research Center (CITIC) and the Center for Research in Naval and Industrial Technologies (CITENI).

CITIC, recognized for its technological leadership, contributes its expertise in the following five areas:


CITENI contributes its expertise in multibody dynamics systems. It will contribute its expertise for the simulation of the mechanical behavior of transport and transfer units, as well as for the analysis of their impact on variables such as energy consumption. In particular, it will simulate the dynamics of command vehicles in order to anticipate their behavior on uneven terrain, prior to their deployment in real situations. This predictive simulation will make it possible to anticipate the impact of modifications to the original design of the vehicles, such as the adoption of electric propulsion and variations in their mass distribution, dimensions or configuration. The dynamic simulation will determine how these variables will affect the functional capability and energy consumption of the vehicles.


You can consult all the information about the project on the website: