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Security Research Conference, 22 Sept. 2010 1 R&D in Support of EU Maritime Policy B. Garnier, H. Greidanus, G. Ferraro, U. Kroener European Commission.

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1 Security Research Conference, 22 Sept R&D in Support of EU Maritime Policy B. Garnier, H. Greidanus, G. Ferraro, U. Kroener European Commission – Joint Research Centre I. Mattila, T. Strasser European Commission – Directorate General MARE European Commission Maritime Affairs and Fisheries

2 Security Research Conference, 22 Sept Joint Research Centre – Who we are Scientific and technical support for European Union policies (conception, development, implementation and monitoring) For European Commission, Agencies, Member States Part of the European Commission Reference centre of science and technology for the EU Serves the common interest of the Member States Independent of special interests (private or national) 7 Institutes, 5 sites

3 Security Research Conference, 22 Sept Toward a Common Information Sharing Environment The CISE challenge: It is recognized that the current Maritime stakeholders Community is fragmented Coastal States are required to exert a tighter control of the seas under their responsibility User communities need to access an ever increasing amount and variety of information, and move from a “need to know” to a “need to share” culture However a significant fraction of this information is sensitive (commercial, privacy, national interest, defence…) DG MARE “CISE” roadmap aims into overcoming all these issues!

4 Security Research Conference, 22 Sept Toward a Common Information Sharing Environment A graphic vision to describe the CISE: -a global fluidity of data, -a decentralized services-oriented solution, -a multilayered Recognized Maritime Picture for each User Community (From FP6 OPERAMAR)

5 Security Research Conference, 22 Sept Guiding principles A development mandated by the European Council Communication: Towards the integration of maritime surveillance (COM(2009)538), Principle 1: An approach interlinking all user communities Principle 2: Building a technical framework for interoperability and future integration Principle 3: Information exchange between civilian and military authorities Principle 4: Specific legal provisions Toward a Common Information Sharing Environment

6 Security Research Conference, 22 Sept Preliminary Roadmap towards the Common Information Sharing Environment for the EU maritime domain (‘CISE’) Communication: 4 Principles GAERC Conclusions Pilot Project Mediterranean (Involving all User Communities) Pilot Project North Seas (Involving all User Communities) ‘MSEG’: Commission’s Member States Expert Group MSEG 2014 Impact Assessment Potential Legislation MSEG Conclusions Sectoral developments Ex post evaluation of Pilot projects Phase 1: Data OverviewPhase 3: Implementation Phase 2: Designing Data Exchange Which Data ? Establishing Overview of Existing and Future Maritime Surveillance Data (all User Communities) How to exchange Data ? Step 1: Identifying User Communities & Data Security levels Step 2: Defining Access Rights per Security level & Technical Feasibility Step 3: Learning from Pilot Projects & Technical Feasibility Step 4: Defining Data Exchange per Security level & Cost Evaluation Implementation MSEG EUMS Toward a Common Information Sharing Environment

7 Security Research Conference, 22 Sept STEPS TOWARDS A ROADMAP 1.Identifying all user communities 2.Mapping of Data Sets and Gap Analysis for Data Exchange 3.Identifying Common Data Classification levels 4.Developing the supporting framework (Technical framework) 5.Civilian/ Military Cooperation to identify a Military Authority at EU level that can represent the interest of the Defense Community at EU level 6.Defining access rights 7.Providing a coherent legal framework 8.Impact assessment including on financial implications Toward a Common Information Sharing Environment MARITIME AFFAIRS

8 Security Research Conference, 22 Sept Contributing FP6 / FP7 Projects The CISE definition will benefit from a number of ongoing and just starting projects which address information sharing issues: FP6 Security Research PASR SOBCAH Support Action OPERAMAR FP7 Security Research Integrated Project SeaBILLA Integrated Project I2C Demonstration Project PERSEUS FP6 Space and ESA LIMES, MARISS FP7 Space and ESA G-Mosaic MARISS2 Dolphin Nereids And a number of Pilot Projects: DG MARE: BlueMassMed, MARSUNO, DG JLS EUROSUR EDA MARSUR

9 Security Research Conference, 22 Sept Research topics presently at JRC Maritime surveillance concepts EUROSUR GMES Border Security Data fusion & sharing environments CISE VMS + AIS + … C-SIGMA Reporting systems Satellite-AIS Sensors Satellite SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar) Passive AIS, Electro-magnetic Surveillance Platforms Unmanned Airborne Systems (UAS) Communications Hardening of GNSS based trackers

10 Security Research Conference, 22 Sept Maritime border surveillance – The big picture Reporting IMINT VMS Satellite AIS Fax Radio Radar FLIR Visual UAS Airborne Coastal ELINT Acoustic SIGINT HUMINT Fishing licenses Ship register Ports info Liaison VTS Satellite AIS SSAS LRIT GMDSS SAR ISAR SONAR UUV Ship-borne Intel Sensors Platforms Data bases Decisions – Actions Data fusion & sharing Communi- cations HF-radar

11 Security Research Conference, 22 Sept jrc.ec.europa.eu EC Joint Research Centre TP Ispra (VA), Italy T The end


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