Six bachelor students from Leiden University, specialization Computer Science or Information Technology & Economics, presented the results of their bachelor thesis project at the campus of The Hague Security Delta (HSD) on 27 June 2017. Their challenge was to develop innovative solutions to make (sports)events more secure and fun, adhering to economic/business requirements and demonstrating technical feasibility.
Patrick Bergman, Chantal Blom, Oscar van Capel, Givan Lieuw-Hie, Joost Miljoen and Elardo Rudolphij studied different aspects of Big Data & Event Security applications. The students particularly investigated the added value of combining data from different owners into a system that is accessible by the parties that are involved in an event, such as the visitors, event organizer and emergency services professionals. Each of the students worked on a different question:
They were guided and supported by Arie-Willem de Leeuw and Joost Kok (University of Leiden), Rick van Oosterhout (PROOOST) and Rik Budel and Kees Mouwen (KPN). During their project they interviewed stakeholders like visitors, Police and City of The Hague. This project is part of the big data for securityapplications program .