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1. EFFECTOR

Acronym

An End to end Interoperability Framework For MaritimE Situational Awareness at StrategiC and TacTical OpeRations –EFFECTOR

No 883374

Topic of the project

Demonstration of applied solutions for improving border and external security

Duration and start

18 months, starting from  1st October 2020

Partners

The total number of partners in the consortium is 16 (industrial and technical partners, academic institutions and end-users)

Summary of the project

The EFFECTOR project aims to enhance maritime surveillance and cooperation between stakeholders through the implementation of the Interoperability Framework, the fusion of related data and analytical services in the field of maritime surveillance and border security, which will enable faster detection of new developments, as well as better information for decision-makers. understanding as well as taking cross-border actions. The EFFECTOR project will provide the possibility of full systemic maritime surveillance and data exchange at the tactical and strategic level, introducing applied solutions to improve external security and borders, including the implementation of a multi-layered data platform in accordance with CISE, adoption of interoperability standards for data processing and systems in maritime environment and demonstration of new concepts and tools for semantic representation, data fusion and analytics at local, regional and international levels.

Web page and social media

https://www.effector-project.eu/

https://twitter.com/effector_h2020

https://www.linkedin.com/company/68868072

 

2. ePIcenter

Acronym

Enhanced Physical Internet-Compatible Earth-frieNdly freight Transportation answer ePIcenter

Broj projekta 861584

Topic of the project

MG-2-9-2019 of H2020 Mobility for Growth “InCo Flagship on Integrated multimodal, low-emission freight transport systems and logistics”

Duration and start

42 months, starting from 1st June 2020

Partners

The total number of partners in the consortium is 33 (industrial and technical partners, academic institutions and end-users) from 15 countries

Summary of the project

The goal of the project is to create an interoperable cloud-based environment with extended software and artificial intelligence-based solutions adapted for end-users, with the support of participants in the global transport chain. The project will consider the needs of modern consumers for cheaper and faster transport of goods, with the introduction of transport innovations such as hyperloop, autonomous/robotic systems (T-floors), state-of-the-art blockchain technologies and technological initiatives, increased digitalization in transport, single window ), EGNOS precision positioning, and Earth observation program - COPERNICUS. Also, the goal of the project is to accelerate the introduction of the Physical Internet (Physical Internet), which will benefit peripheral regions and developing countries. It is also planned to introduce methods for an easier way for ships to arrive in ports, which will reduce crowds and queues.

Web page and social media

https://epicenterproject.eu/

https://www.linkedin.com/company/epicenter-eu

https://twitter.com/epicenter_eu

 

3.       RESPOND-A

Acronym

Next-generation equipment tools and mission-critical strategies for First Responders RESPOND-A

No 883371

Topic of the project

Demonstration of applied solutions for improving border and external security

Duration and start

36 months, starting 1st June 2020

Partners

The total number of partners in the consortium is 34 (industrial and technical partners, academic institutions and end-users) from 12 countries

Summary of the project

There is an increasing need for organizations/institutions in the first line of response (FR) to introduce reliable and efficient information management systems that provide greater awareness of the situation and a better common operational picture. To keep up with current trends, the RESPOND project aims to develop solutions for users, using 5G wireless communication, augmented and virtual reality, autonomous robot and drones in coordination, intelligent carrying sensors and smart monitoring, geovisual analytics and extensive analysis data, thus providing passive and active localization and monitoring. For this purpose, RESPOND-A provides training for user organizations in order to get acquainted with the technological outcomes of the project and their performance and efficiency in classified training facilities for project partners with hydro-meteorological, geophysical and technological disaster scenarios.

Web page and social media

https://respond-a-project.eu/

https://twitter.com/respond_a

https://www.linkedin.com/in/respond-a-project-2938381b3/  

 

4. ANDROMEDA 

Acronym

An EnhaNceD Common InfoRmatiOn Sharing EnvironMent for BordEr CommanD, Control and CoordinAtion Systems – ANDROMEDA

Topic of the project

Demonstration of applied solutions for improving border and external security

Duration and start

18 months, starting from 1st September 2019

Partners

The total number of partners in the consortium is 19 (industrial and technical partners, academic institutions and end-users) from 9 countries

Summary of the project

The aim of the project is to unlock the full potential of the CISE concept, by validating over a long period of time CISE compatible command, control and coordination systems from several coastal and border agencies. At the same time, further improvement, validation and demonstration of CISE is envisaged by expanding its scope to land borders and adapting relevant C2 solutions and related services. This will be achieved by expanding the case-based CISE data model and adapting state-of-the-art command and control systems to fully align with the improved CISE model and messaging patterns.

Web page and social media

https://www.andromeda-project.eu/index.html

https://twitter.com/andromeda_h2020?s=20

https://www.linkedin.com/in/andromeda-horizon2020-project

 

5.       COMPASS2020

Akronim

Coordination Of Maritime assets for Persistent And Systematic Surveillance —  ‘COMPASS2020

Tema projekta

Demonstration of applied solutions for improving border and external security

Trajanje projekta

18 months, starting from 1st May 2019

Partneri

The total number of partners in the consortium is 14 (industrial and technical partners, academic institutions and end-users) from 8 countries

Rezime projekta

To address the various challenges in maritime safety, the COMPASS2020 project has been launched, which aims to demonstrate the combined use and smooth coordination of crew and drones to achieve greater coverage, better quality of information and shorter response times in maritime surveillance operations. The solution will be based on a concept of operations that uses multiple airborne and underwater unmanned vehicles with improved capabilities and will be supported by a central, interoperable mission system (MS) that enables the operation of these platforms. The main goal of the COMPASS2020 project is to demonstrate an operational solution to ensure constant monitoring, improving the maritime image for maritime authorities and thus increase cost-effectiveness, accessibility and reliability.

Web stranica projekta i socijalne mreže

https://www.compass2020-project.eu/

https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13744501/


EUREKA

Acronym

Adriatic-Ionian joint approach for development and harmonization of procedures and regulations in the field of navigation safety EUREKA  

No 1212

Topic of the project

Connected (Adriatic-Ionian) Region; Enhance capacity for integrated transport and mobility services and multimodality in the Adriatic-Ionian region

Duration and start

30 months, starting from 1st December 2020

Partners

The total number of project partners is 8 ( Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure of Croatia; Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport – Coast Guard Headquarters of Italy; Ministry of infrastructure – Slovenian Maritime Administration; Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy of Albania; Administration for Maritime Safety and Port Management of Montenegro; Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Insular Policy – Hellenic Coast Guard Headquarters; University of Rijeka – Faculty of Maritime studies and Faculty of Maritime Studies Kotor - University of Montenegro) + 1 (associated partner, Ministry of Communications and Transport of Bosnia and Hercegovina).

Summary of the project

The overall objective of  the EUREKA project is to increase the level of maritime safety in Adriatic-Ionian region by introducing systematic cooperation and coordination of maritime administrations of all countries of the region. Additionally, specific objectives are to develop systematic coordination, harmonize the legal basis for cooperation, increase the level of data exchange, harmonize and standardize the VTS service and develop a common education system for VTS operators. 

The project results include the establishment of the Maritime Safety Permanent Transnational Network that will continuously improve all the areas of regional maritime safety, coordination and cooperation through the activity of thematic working groups.

 

The main contribution of the project is reffered to:

a) the modernization of ADRIREP, the system which will, through the proposal of new IMO Resolution, analyze different possibilities, develop new procedures, test and legally regulate;

 b) harmonization and standardization of VTSs in AI region;

 c) analysis, development and piloting of the harmonized training for VTS operators, including the standard of competences;
d) introduction of the Sea Traffic Management Service system, which is innovative in Adriatic-Ionian region and which definitely contributes to the optimization of logistical processes in maritime transport and ports.

Web page

https://eureka.adrioninterreg.eu/ 

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