CoSSaR was established in 2014 to lead innovation in the design, development, and use of collaborative systems that support regional operations for security, safety, and resilience in the Puget Sound region
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CoSSaR’s latest project video is live!
Learn more about how CoSSaR is facilitating a regional effort with local transportation and law enforcement agencies to address the impact of major incidents in the Seattle Area in this new video produced by UW’s Applied Physics Laboratory.
The Center for Collaborative Systems for Safety, Security and Regional Resilience, established in 2014 and housed in Sieg Hall, is a joint venture between the University of Washington’s Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) and the Human Centered Design and Engineering (HCDE) department. Mission To lead innovation in the design, development and use of collaborative systems that...
Executive Summary: Washington State Virtual Coordination Center for Multimodal Integrated Corridor Management
The University of Washington, along with various state and local private and public stakeholders, is facilitating a regional effort to deploy a Virtual Coordination Center designed to aid in the incident management, congestion management and population movement around a major traffic incident. The Federal Highway Administration awarded the project $3.4M in June 2020.