Development and research on the EU (H2020) funded PROTON project begun in October 2016. Run by a consortium of 21 members PROTON was coordinated by the Italian Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. The aim of the project was to: “improving existing knowledge on the processes of recruitment to organised crime and terrorist networks”. This was
Inspired by the human nervous and immune system researchers at the University of Arizona are developing a new cyber security model, which detects and addresses a threat in its earliest stage. A similar idea has been developed by IBM Security called the “IBM Security immune system”. Thus, these initiative is driven by a desire to
Delivered through virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR), Auggmed offers a training platform for police, security forces and counter-terrorist units as well as first responders. Coordinated by the BMT Group, together with 13 partners, research and development of this EU funded project was completed by May 2018. Auggmed deals with the
The handbook will be made available in 2021, as soon as the updated rules on electronic evidence are adopted. It will first be published in English and then in other EU languages. You can get updates on the progress of the Handbook on the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights´ website. In October 2017 the European
As terrorists dive deeper into Dark Nets and Deep Web, obfuscating their presence, DANTE supports European law enforcement agencies, to identify them. Development on the EU funded (H2020) project started in September 2016 and was completed by February 2019. Coordinated by the Italian “ENGINEERING – INGEGNERIA INFORMATICA SPA” the project was conducted by 18 partners.
Dogs, according to the EU, are still the best way to systematically detect explosives. They are mobile, agile and far more sensitive than any chemical detectors yet devised. However, while inexpensive to operate, training suitable dogs is time consuming and labour extensive, making it expensive. As the need for bomb dogs grows the training process
The Adversary project started development in November 2018 and received financing from the EU (H2020). By 2019 the project was concluded. However, according to Project coordinator and CEO of the Adversary Platform, Steindór Guðmundsson “In our minds, the project isn’t really finished at all – it’s just a stepping stone to a much larger project”.