5 Maritime surveillance situation today Sectoral development:Today each node is a maritime system on its own.Need to build on existent maritime surveillance systemsdata Pooling without losing original data ownership and control- Sharing of resources
6 Common Information Sharing Environment (CISE) EU’s responseCommon Information Sharing Environment (CISE)For the Surveillance of the EU maritime domain
7 User communities MEMBER STATES GENERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT BORDER CONTROL AgricultureFisheriesMaritime AdministrationsMEMBERSTATESDefenceNaviesTransportCoast GuardsInteriorBorderGuardsFinancesCustomsGENERAL LAW ENFORCEMENTBORDER CONTROL?Data - InformationProducersSubscribersTailoredRMOPsCUSTOMSFISHERIES CONTROLMARINE ENVIRONMENTDEFENCEMARITIME SAFETY AND SECURITY777
8 Guiding principles Interlinking all relevant user Communities Building a technical framework for interoperabilityInformation Exchange among civilian / military authoritiesSpecific legal provisionsMEETING OF HEADS OF DELEGATION AND CHARGES D’AFFAIRE18
9 User communities cooperation to achieve Generating a ‘situational awareness’of activities at seaacross all relevant sectorsto facilitate sound decision makingEffectivenessCost efficiency
10 Roadmap to CISE Identifying user communities Mapping of data sets and gap analysis for data exchangeIdentifying common data classification levelsDeveloping the supporting framework (technical framework)Defining access rightsProviding a coherent legal frameworkFurther steps, potentially legal, will follow
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