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CBRN TRIAGE (Tools for detection, traceability, triage and individual monitoring of victims after a mass CBRNE contamination and/or exposure)

Call For Proposal: Drs-02-2014 Crisis Management Topic 2: Tools For Detection, Traceability, Triage And Individual Monitoring Of Victims After Mass CBRN-E Contamination And / Or Exposure

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DESCARTES (DisastEr reSilienCe And pReparedness: operational concepTs, strategiEs and protocolS anywhere, anytime, any place)

Call H2020-DRS-07-2014: Crisis Management - Crises And Disaster Resilience - Operationalizing Resilience Concepts

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ADDRESS - practical implementation of ADvanceD REsilient Solutions

Call H2020-DRS-07-2014: Crisis Management - Crises And Disaster Resilience - Operationalizing Resilience Concepts

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FP7-SEC- 2011.7.5.1 ARCHIMEDES Support to security end-users Innovation and research within security organisations

Leader: European Organisation for Security (Belgium)

Period scheduled: From 2012 to December 2014

Objectives:

  • Developing an Innovation Management methodology to provide end-users with tools, procedures and best practices on how to efficiently benefit from R&T results;
  • Launching a sustainable process for end-users- & operators-driven definition of common operational needs & early R&T demands;
  • Making recommendations for Horizon2020 that are in line with EU & national security policies, while reflecting end-users’ needs;
  • Enhancing end-users & operators’ participation in European research and innovation activities by looking at those stages where their involvement would be beneficial for improved R&T results and better deployment;
  • Establishing a sustained public-private dialogue among end-users & operators through the creation of a Forum for European Security End-Users & Operators to encourage their networking with each other and with other stakeholders.

Actions carried out:

10 roundtables (aviation security, CBRN event response, cybercrime and cyber terrorism, external dimension of security, smart borders, civil protection, innovation management, robotics in security, critical infrastructure protection and urban security)

Budget: Around 1 500 000 euros

Status: On going


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FP7-SEC- 2010.42-2 PRACTICE

Leader: European Organisation for Security (Belgium)

Period scheduled: From 2012 to December 2014

Objectives:

  • Developing an Innovation Management methodology to provide end-users with tools, procedures and best practices on how to efficiently benefit from R&T results;
  • Launching a sustainable process for end-users- & operators-driven definition of common operational needs & early R&T demands;
  • Making recommendations for Horizon2020 that are in line with EU & national security policies, while reflecting end-users’ needs;
  • Enhancing end-users & operators’ participation in European research and innovation activities by looking at those stages where their involvement would be beneficial for improved R&T results and better deployment;
  • Establishing a sustained public-private dialogue among end-users & operators through the creation of a Forum for European Security End-Users & Operators to encourage their networking with each other and with other stakeholders.


Actions carried out:

10 roundtables (aviation security, CBRN event response, cybercrime and cyber terrorism, external dimension of security, smart borders, civil protection, innovation management, robotics in security, critical infrastructure protection and urban security)

Budget: Around 1 500 000 euros

Status: On going



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FP7-SEC- 2009.1.1.2 CBRNE-Map Phase 1 : Road-mapping study of CBRNE demonstrator

The HCFDC was involved at two levels

First, it provided to the project its expertise on CBRNE issues.
It has also involved several end-users among its members.
Then, it has contributed to the final report and was in charge of the organisation of the final conference.



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MAPPS (Franco-German Mapping of Projects, Players and capabilities in civil Security research)
Joint Program ANR (Agence Nationale de Recherche) – BMBF (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung)

Leader : French High Committee for Civil Security (France) and Fraunhofer EMI (Germany)

Period scheduled : From January 2 2013 to June 2014

Objectives :

  • Creating a common and interactive plate-forme of exchange based on a voluntary basis, allowing every stakeholders to make themselves known and to find partnerships or projects.
Actions carried out :

  • A prospective reflexion workshop organised with regular meetings gathering partners ;
  • The creation of a brochure presenting French and German research programs, stakeholders involved and some important organisations and Franco-German projects on going ;
  • The creation of a platform of exchange

Budget : 147 000 euros

Status : On going

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