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SELIS is aimed at delivering a ‘platform for pan-European logistics applications’ by:- Embracing a wide spectrum of logistics perspectives and creating a unifying operational and strategic business innovation agenda for pan European Green Logistics.- Establishing an exceptionally strong consortium of logistics stakeholders and ICT providers, that can leverage EU IP from over 40 projects so as to c ...
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Ship Lifecycle Software Solutions (SHIPLYS)

Start date: Sep 1, 2016, End date: Aug 31, 2019,

SHIPLYS has been specified as necessary by our architect, shipbuilder and shipowner members, who, in order to survive in the world market, need to improve their capability to reduce the cycle time and costs of design and production, to be able to reliably produce better ship concepts through virtual prototyping and to meet the increasing requirements for LCCA (Life Cycle Cost Analysis), environmen ...
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The aim of AUGGMED is to develop a serious game platform to enable single- and team-based training of end-users with different level of expertise from different organisations responding to terrorist and organised crime threats. The platform will automatically generate non-linear scenarios tailored to suit the needs of individual trainees with learning outcomes that will improve the acquisition of ...
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Consistently Optimised Resilient Secure Global Supply-Chains (CORE)

Start date: May 1, 2014, End date: Apr 30, 2018,

CORE will consolidate, amplify, extend and demonstrate EU knowledge and capabilities and international co-operation for securing supply chains whilst maintaining or improving business performance, with specific reference to key Supply Chain Corridors.CORE will be driven by the requirements of:• the Customs, law enforcement authorities, and other agencies nationally and internationally to increase ...
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Optimodal European Travel Ecosystem (EuTravel)

Start date: May 1, 2015, End date: Oct 31, 2017,

EuTravel aims to:1. Support the EU agenda towards an open and single market for mobility services by enabling travellers to organise a multimodal trip in accordance with their own criteria including environmental performance, providing multimodal travel service providers an effective way to deliver customised services addressing any type of specialised travel needs and facilitating fact-based EU p ...
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The SUNNY project aims to contribute to EUROSUR by defining a new tool for collecting real-time information in operational scenarios.SUNNY represents a step beyond existing research projects due to the following main features:•A two-tier intelligent heterogeneous UAV sensor network will be considered in order to provide both large field and focused surveillance capabilities, where the first-tier ...
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This proposal specifically addresses the topic MG.9.6-2014. Strengthening the research and innovation strategies of the transport industries in Europe.The aim of SETRIS is to deliver a cohesive and coordinated approach to research and innovation strategies for all transport modes in Europe. To fulfil the aim of SETRIS, the following objectives are envisaged:1. To identify synergies between the tra ...
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Single European Secure Air-cargo Space (EUROSKY)

Start date: May 1, 2013, End date: Apr 30, 2017,

EUROSKY will deliver a high impact programme for advanced air-cargo security and facilitation measures to safeguard international supply chains and the security of citizens while fostering international co-operation and a broad stakeholder engagement from all segments of the air-cargo industry.The main outputs will be:1. The EUROSKY Blueprints to provide a Europe wide cooperative model for air car ...
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The IPATCH project addresses Security Topic SEC-2013.2.4-2: Non-military protection measures for merchant shipping against piracy. The goal of the IPATCH project is three-fold:(1) To perform an in-depth analysis of the legal, ethical, economic and societal implications of existing counter piracy measures.(2) To produce a manual to aid in the usage and further development of counter-piracy measures ...
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MESA - Maritime Europe Strategy Action - FOSTER Waterborne (MESA)

Start date: Sep 1, 2013, End date: Aug 31, 2016,

Maritime Europe Strategy Action (MESA – FOSTER WATERBORNE), main strategic objective (in line with WATERBORNE-TP) is to strengthen the effectiveness of the research and innovation capacities of the European maritime industry, by:- Optimization of the European maritime RDI strategies- Improvement of the stakeholders network, of the dissemination, of the use of the research results, and increasing t ...
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SAFEPOST aims to raise the current level of postal security by integrating innovative screening solutions suitable for uninterrupted flow of the enormous volumes of parcels and letters with operational postal processes and the criminal and customs intelligence work in a European wide cooperative distributed model.Starting from the perspective of the partner postal operations, the project will firs ...
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A European Maritime e-Compliance Cooperation Model (E-COMPLIANCE)

Start date: Jun 1, 2013, End date: May 31, 2016,

e-Compliance will build upon strengths created across numerous EU projects in order to facilitate tighter integration and co-operation in the fragmented field of regulatory compliance in the maritime domain. Regulations are created by numerous different bodies, with little co-operation between them. As such, there is a significant lack of cohesion between the vast array of regulations and the poss ...
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The development of ship bridge systems is characterized by being non-harmonious and far from guaranteed to be of optimal design for the actual users of them. Existing regulations for system and procedure design are disconnected and defined on a level which is not informative for bridge design. Research has shown clearly, that in many cases, accidents and incidents were caused by human error due to ...
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ECOHUBSprovides models and capabilities for cooperation and communication between green hubs’ stakeholders, plus establishing value added services making co-modal networks attractive to use and, at the same time, contributors to reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants.The main outputs will be:1.Cooperative Model for Green Hubs enabling low-carbon, resource-efficient and secure t ...
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iCargo IP aims at advancing and extending the use of ICT to support new logistics services that: (i) synchronize vehicle movements and logistics operations across various modes and actors to lower CO2 emissions, (ii) adapt to changing conditions through dynamic planning methods involving intelligent cargo, vehicle and infrastructure systems and (iii) combine services, resources and information fro ...
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Container Security Advanced Information Networking (CONTAIN)

Start date: Oct 1, 2011, End date: Mar 31, 2015,

CONTAIN will specify and demonstrate a European Shipping Containers Surveillance system which will encompass regulatory, policy and standardisation recommendations, new business models and advanced container security management capabilities. CONTAIN will:1. Support transport security stakeholders in managing container security threats as part of an integrated approach to the management of transpor ...
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Neurological patients due to stroke may suffer from disrupted action due to cognitive deficits which prevent them from maintaining independent lives. CogWatch will focus on neurological patients with symptoms of Apraxia and Action Disorganisation Syndrome (AADS) who, while maintaining their motor capabilities, commit cognitive errors during every-day goal-oriented tasks which premorbidly they used ...
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e-Maritime Strategic Framework and Simulation based Validation (EMAR)

Start date: Jan 1, 2012, End date: Dec 31, 2014,

The objective of e-Maritime is to make maritime transport safer, more secure, more environmentally friendly and more competitive. For this, e-Maritime must ameliorate complexities that hinder networking of different stakeholders, help to increase automation of operational processes particularly compliance management and facilitate the streaming of synthesised information from disparate sources to ...
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Efficient evacuation from transport terminals is usually constrained by a lack of detailed knowledge of the geometry. In most cases, the population attempts to evacuate via the way they entered, bypassing or ignoring emergency exits. In serious fires, the inability to locate emergency exits can lead to loss of life as in the Kings Cross Underground Station (1988) and Düsseldorf airport (1996) fi ...
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Security UPgrade for PORTs (SUPPORT)

Start date: Jul 1, 2010, End date: Jun 30, 2014,

"Port security remains of paramount importance for Europe both due to potential threats on passenger life and the potential for crippling economic damage arising from intentional unlawful attacks on port facilities. Challenges arise due to the complexity of operational modalities of sea and hinterland traffic and the lack of efficient organisational and technological interfaces linking ports to bo ...
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ARENA addresses the design of a flexible surveillance system for detection and recognition of threats towards deployment on mobile critical assets/platforms such as trucks, trains, vessels, and oil rigs. There is a substantial end-user need for intelligent and continuous proactive monitoring to enable situational awareness and determination of potential threats enabling timely and appropriate resp ...
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Within this framework, the main objective of the project is to develop and prove new approaches for through-life asset management for selected technologies and application scenarios.This will be done by considering all life cycle phases of the technologies concerned in view of their cost efficiency, environmental performance and safety. Special emphasis will be given to the identification, elabora ...
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Designing Dynamic Distributed Cooperative Human-Machine Systems (D3CoS)

Start date: Mar 1, 2011, End date: Feb 28, 2014,

Transportation based on cars, aircraft and ships is a key factor for modern human societies. Human operators have historically been in charge of the two main facets of transportation: vehicle control and traffic control. Technological innovations have progressively allowed the introduction of advanced automated assistance systems leading to a complex interplay of humans and automation which has be ...
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Collaborative Information Services for Container Management (COMCIS)

Start date: Sep 1, 2011, End date: Aug 31, 2013,

"This project is about interoperability between e-freight systems that have been developed in previous EU projects as well as in commercial undertakings. We will therefore show how the following e-freight systems will be integrated: Logit 4SEE (resulting from Freightwise), Smart-CM Neutral Layer and ICS-SEAP (from Smart-CM), SICIS (from Integrity), Port Community Systems (e.g. from Descartes) and ...
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European e-freight capabilities for co-modal transport (E-FREIGHT)

Start date: Jan 1, 2010, End date: Jun 30, 2013,

The key issues that will be addressed in e-Freight are:1. Intra-European trade is complicated due to disconnected logistic chains. This hindrance conflicts with the legitimate ambition of achieving a European maritime transport space without barriers. Linked to these issues is the broader need for simplification and harmonisation of regulatory requirements and accelerated development of EU and Nat ...
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Surfacing System for Ship Recovery (SuSy)

Start date: Sep 1, 2009, End date: Feb 28, 2013,

The propagation of spillages is one of the biggest environmental problems after a ship disaster. Instead of cleaning the dirty areas the SUSY system will avoid the spillages by stabilizing vessels immediately after an accident. The main goal of the project is the development of well known submarine rescue technology into systems usable for merchant ships in emergency situations. The systems for su ...
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Ship Evacuation Data and Scenarios (SAFEGUARD)

Start date: Apr 1, 2009, End date: Nov 30, 2012,

"The collection of human performance data in full-scale ship trials is vital for the calibration and validation of ship based evacuation models. The IMO Fire Protection Sub-Committee in their modification of MSC circ 1033 at the FP51 meeting in February 2007 invited member governments to provide, “…further information on additional scenarios for evacuation analysis and full scale data to be used ...
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Probabilistic Framework for Onboard Fire-Safety (FIREPROOF)

Start date: Jun 1, 2009, End date: Oct 31, 2012,

"The traditional fire safety regulations that apply to ship design have been widely described as inadequate in two ways. Firstly they do impose unnecessary and inapplicable constraints on novel designs. Secondly novel designs can have features that do not satisfy the premise of existing rules, thereby setting them free from fire safety rules by default, often leading to unsafe designs. In or ...
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"The size of new passenger ships is continuously increasing. Bigger size offers bigger opportunities and economics of scale, but when a bigger ship accommodates more passengers there may be a higher risk, if evacuation is needed. Thus, new approaches have to be used and further developed in order to have the flooding under control if the watertight integrity of the ship is lost. In the worst case ...
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"The aim is to improve by policy and design, the safety and security of ships by taking into account the man-machine interface and the training of maritime pilots; specifically when operating ships equipped with azimuthing control devices. From the thrusters on smaller, but numerous, harbour support vessels through to the pod-drives on cruise ships and ocean going liners, azimuthing control has ra ...
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