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«COOPERATION THEME 10 SECURITY (European Commission C(2007)2460 of 11 June 2007) FP 7 Cooperation Work Programme: Security Changes to the Cooperation ...»

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Function: Situation awareness & assessment (surveillance) Topic SEC-2007-3.3-02 Surveillance in wide maritime areas through active and passive means Technical content / scope: The task is to develop novel, automatic surveillance capabilities through manned and unmanned platforms (land / sea / air / space), equipped with several sensors and sophisticated data fusion processes. This could involve the combination of tracing technologies, digital signal processing, image and pattern processing with data and information management.

Call: Security Research Call 1 Funding scheme(s): Collaborative project.

Function: Communication Topic SEC-2007-3.3-03 Solutions for ensuring disruption-tolerant end-to-end communication availability, relying on physical and logical technologies, on diversity of hybrid systems Technical content / scope: The task is to develop suitable novel communication services which guarantee the required quality of service and data integrity making use of multimode communication solutions, even in the face of disruptions that may occur due to security incidents. These will mainly be focused on wireless/mobile communication making use, where appropriate, of disruption-tolerant networking schemes. Solutions should include appropriate end-to-end and hop-by-hop security features for voice, data information and access.

Call: Security Research Call 1 Funding scheme(s): Collaborative project.

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Activity 4: Restoring security and safety in case of crisis The first challenge of this activity is to ensure that governments, first responders and societies are better prepared prior to unpredictable catastrophic incidents using new, innovative and affordable solutions. The second challenge is to improve the tools, infrastructures, procedures and organisational frameworks to respond and recover more efficiently and effectively both during, and after, an incident.

Three areas are to be addressed, namely incidents caused by: (1) terrorist acts and (organised) crime, including the use of conventional explosive weapons and weapons of mass destruction and disruption (e.g. CBRNE); (2) natural disasters including pandemics; and (3) major industrial accidents or technological disasters. Many of the relevant capabilities would also be suitable for deployment in humanitarian crises.

Area 4.1: Demonstration projects No demonstration projects foreseen in this activity for Security Research Call 1.

See also chapter IV Indicative priorities for future calls.

Area 4.2: Integration projects Expected impact: While taking into account the mutual dependency of technology, organisational dynamics and human factors as well as related legal issues, actions in this area will achieve a substantial improvement with respect to performance, reliability, speed and cost.

They will also identify standardisation requirements and provide information concerning further research needs with a view to future security Work Programmes.

Through the performance of the integrated technology system, actions will allow product and service developers to verify and optimise their technologies at all development stages. This will reinforce their potential to create important market opportunities for European industry and establish leadership.

Actions will demonstrate the technology based potential for enhancing the effectiveness of European authorities in implementing their security policies and the capabilities of security forces In addition, the actions will provide guidance for their implementation, including privacy relevant aspects.

The Security Research Call 1 calls for the following actions:

Topic SEC-2007-4.2-01 Network enabled command and control system Technical content / scope: Widespread networking has the potential to provide significantly improved access to timely and relevant information to all crisis managers and first responders and to assist in the production of a common operational picture. The task is therefore to develop an integrated portfolio of network enabled capabilities for effective command and

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control of the emergency crisis management organisation. The system will cover national and international operating procedures; organisational structures; information acquisition and management; decision support; interoperable communications; flexibility in planning and execution of operations.

Call: Security Research Call 1 Funding scheme(s): Collaborative project.

Topic SEC-2007-4.2-02 Integrated specialist search and rescue system

Technical content / scope: The task is to develop an integrated system to improve the ability to locate, assess, and rescue injured and/or contaminated victims in a CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear agents and Explosives) or natural disaster environment.

This will include the detection of buried people; the use of sensors (acoustics, radars, video streaming, etc.) to enhance situation awareness; on-site monitoring of damaged structures and the environment; basic service systems (e.g. power generation); the ability to transmit, receive, and display data from specialist centres (command and control); mobile and autonomous specialist rescue and extraction equipment; biotechnological and medical counter measures; rapid decontamination; temporary protection during rescue and shelter for vicitims;





etc.

Call: Security Research Call 1 Funding scheme(s): Collaborative project.

Topic SEC-2007-4.2-03 Post incident basic service restoration system

Technical content / scope: The task is to create an integrated system to improve the ability to rapidly deploy and/or rectify basic services (energy, water/pumps, communication, medical facilities etc.) after an incident and repair infrastructure and lines of communication (for command and control), which will allow crisis intervention teams to restore ‘normality’ as soon as possible. This will include mobile, scalable micro power grids to provide emergency electric power for key installations and first responders including integrated distributed power with the capability to connect different power sources, hardened for operating in harsh crisis management environments.

Call: Security Research Call 1 Funding scheme(s): Collaborative project.

Topic SEC-2007-4.2-04 Wireless communication for EU crisis management

Technical content / scope: The task is to build upon recent efforts on the software defined radio (SDR) architecture standard shared at European level and based upon the software communications architecture (SCA) concepts. The work consists of specifying, designing and developing a security referential platform including high data rate waveforms (software defining the services, communication protocols, interfaces, algorithms, security features, spectrum use, etc. for SDR) for security applications. The objective is to improve seamless communication between European security organisations and to demonstrate interoperability by means of deploying the SDR concept, architecture, and common information security architecture and defining and validating a new proposal for a security waveform for EU crisis management operations by demonstrating the portability of this security waveform between different referential platforms.

Call: Security Research Call 1 Funding scheme(s): Collaborative project.

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Area 4.3: Capability projects Expected impact: Actions in this area will provide the (adapted) technology basis and relevant knowledge for security capabilities needed in this (and also other) mission(s), as required by integrating industry and/or (private and/or public) end users, while achieving a significant improvement with respect to performance, reliability, speed and cost.

At the same time, actions will reflect the mutual dependency of technology, organisational dynamics, human factors, societal issues as well as related legal aspects. This will reinforce European industry’s potential to create important market opportunities and establish leadership, and it will ensure sufficient awareness and understanding of all relevant issues for the take-up of their outcome (e.g. regarding harmonisation and standardisation, potential classification requirements, international co-operation needs, communication strategies etc.) as well as for further research needs with a view to future security Work Programmes.

The Security Research Call 1 calls for the following actions:

Function: Situation awareness & assessment (surveillance) Topic SEC-2007-4.3-01 Developing a common operational picture between regional and national authorities, first responders etc.

Technical content / scope: Effective command and control needs the sharing of information, processes, intervention methodologies and actions for integrated response services. In order to facilitate the development of a common operational picture between authorities, nations, first responders etc., the task is to develop novel technical support tools and mechanisms to collect, gather and disseminate information.

Call: Security Research Call 1 Funding scheme(s): Collaborative project.

Function: Command & control Topic SEC-2007-4.3-02 Intelligent decision support Technical content / scope: In order to enhance the efficiency of command and control by intelligent decision support systems, the task is to develop appropriate novel approaches to computer assisted decision making. Applications should be robust and facilitate the cooperation of operational units across organisational boundaries.

Call: Security Research Call 1 Funding scheme(s): Collaborative project.

Function: Incident response Topic SEC-2007-4.3-03 Personal equipment Technical content / scope: The task is to develop novel personal equipment e.g. for first responders, providing effective protection (e.g. integrated in normal clothing) as well as operational and positional information. Systems should be mobile, lightweight, robust, easy to

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use for heterogeneous teams and upgradeable with new developments (e.g. augmented reality systems integrated in smart suits). Research will involve domains such as smart clothes and equipments, decontamination techniques, biological technologies for biological and medical countermeasures, human survivability, protection and stress effects etc. Also see topic ICTSEC-2007-1.0.04 ICT support for first responders in crises occurring in critical infrastructures with a view to compatibility.

Call: Security Research Call 1 Funding scheme(s): Collaborative project.

Topic SEC-2007-4.3-04 Neutralisation of devices/effects

Technical content / scope: In order to contain and limit the effects of terrorist devices including CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear agents and Explosives) and firearms - on the environment, the task is to develop novel, fast, wide range, mobile and easy to use approaches to the neutralisation of devices and effects, including techniques and systems for isolation, shielding, decontamination, etc.

Call: Security Research Call 1 Funding scheme(s): Collaborative project.

Activity 5: Improving Security systems integration, interconnectivity and interoperability This activity is not open for self-standing actions in the Security Research Call 1. However, proposals dealing with system integration, interconnectivity and interoperability issues related to the four missions can be submitted under activities 1, 2, 3 and 4 and will be considered ‘in scope’ there.

The Joint Call ICT & Security 1 is open for self-standing actions dealing with system integration, interconnectivity and interoperability issues related to the security of infrastructures and utilities, in particular in the domain of energy and transport.

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Activity 6: Security and society Technology is an important tool in preventing, responding, managing and mitigating potential security threats to European societies, but it is only part of the effective response. It must be applied in balanced combination with organisational processes and human intervention, which all determine each other and must be addressed by the actions. Cultural background plays an essential role, and also in balancing security as a societal value against other values. Thus research into political, social and human issues is required to complement the technology oriented research. When human beings are involved (as users), gender differences may exist.

These must be addressed as an integral part of the research to ensure the highest level of scientific quality. Appropriate dissemination strategies should also make an integral part of the research. Many of the activities to be funded under this theme will make positive contributions to education and training and to raising general levels of awareness of the nature of the research undertaken and the benefits likely to accrue.

As this activity takes a threat and incident related approach only, it is complementary to the more general approach of Theme 8 Socio-Economic Sciences and the Humanities, Expected impact: Actions in this activity will provide improved insight and advice for security policy makers, security research programme makers and (mission oriented) security research performers. They do not generate general or specific knowledge about (in-)security, is reasons and consequences etc., but attain a broad and well-based understanding of the public administrative, cultural and societal framework in which security enhancing policy measures, including in particular security research, take place. In particular they effectuate in-depth understanding of the mutual dependency of technology, organisational dynamics, human factors, societal issues as well as related legal aspects. The outcome of the research together with appropriate dissemination strategies contribute to the effective and efficient planning and designing of future security research programmes and actions as well as to policies, programmes and initiatives which enhance the security of the European citizens.

The Security Research Call 1 calls for the following actions:

Area 6.1: Citizens and Society The security of the European citizens is at the core of the Security theme.



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