Perspective of end users on the community of users and the importance of trials in test sites

2022-09-22T09:55:43+00:00September 22nd, 2022|

Author: EXECUTIVE AGENCY “MARITIME ADMINISTRATION” (EAMA) EFFECTOR project responds to the increasing needs of more advanced maritime surveillance, data interoperability, information exchange and reporting on local, national and international level, joint operation management on tactical and strategic level, to ensure maritime safety and security. The combined use of EFFECTOR and CISE achieve the goals set [...]

EFFECTOR Greek Trial

2022-07-08T13:09:29+00:00July 8th, 2022|

Author: Center for Security Studies (KEMEA, Greece) EFFECTOR GREEK MARITIME TRIAL 8-9 June 2022, Alexandroupolis, Greece Political instability in the East Mediterranean Sea has led to significant migratory pressure and smuggling incidents across European Union’s external sea borders. National and European authorities ought to enhance their situational awareness, optimizing responses to maritime threats. The [...]

EFFECTOR Portuguese Trial

2022-07-06T09:17:59+00:00July 6th, 2022|

Author: Portuguese Navy The Southern part of the Iberian Peninsula and the whole coast of Portugal has a significant vessel traffic, namely from Asia, the Mediterranean Sea to northern Europe and eastern coast of the American continent. Along with that, is essential for Portugal the vessel traffic control and monitoring, pollution monitoring, mainly due to [...]

EFFECTOR French Trial

2022-06-27T11:17:23+00:00June 27th, 2022|

Author: SG Mer In May 2022, the partners of the European project EFFECTOR (“an End to interoperability Framework For maritime situational awareness at strategic and Tactical OpeRations”) organized and participated in French trials presented a week after in Toulon (France) during an event entitled the VIP Day. Since decades, the European Union has been [...]

Multi-Level data fusion analytic modules and services

2022-06-07T13:53:48+00:00June 7th, 2022|

Author: THALES A collection of analytics modules and services has been developed and improved in EFFECTOR project. The goal of these modules is to help the decision making of the End Users enhancing situation awareness, reducing the number of information to be shared between different systems and increasing the global coherence of the information shared. [...]


2022-03-24T10:09:05+00:00March 24th, 2022|

Author: ENG The trials configuration phase is a very crucial moment of each Demonstration Project whose main aim is to bring the results of a collaborative project into real life and real operational environments. To accomplish to such task it’s necessary to identify the main building blocks that will be interoperable, their location (on End [...]

EFFECTOR – Ontologies and design of a semantic layer

2022-03-21T10:07:49+00:00March 21st, 2022|

Authors: CLS, IRIT EFFECTOR relies on the interconnection of several systems that use different schemas, different semantics, and each having their own set of constraints related to each institutional partner (namely maritime authorities of France, Greece and Portugal) and also due to existing national legacy systems. Past projects (EUCISE and ANDROMEDA) have made possible data [...]

Autonomous Object Detection using a UAV Platform in the Maritime Environment

2022-02-10T12:01:32+00:00February 10th, 2022|

Author: ICCS Maritime operations cover a wide range of activities, from shipping to search and rescue and maritime safety. In any type of maritime operation, timely information and surveillance is of the essence. In the ever-changing environment of the open sea an object of interest (which could be anything from a vessel to an iceberg) [...]

EFFECTOR 1st Workshop

2021-09-03T13:46:05+00:00September 3rd, 2021|

Author: INOV The first EFFECTOR workshop took place at the end of May 2021 during which the consortium met external audiences to present EFFECTOR, to collect their feedback on the project’s approach to maritime surveillance awareness, the work developed, and results achieved during the first half of the project. In an 18-month project, it was [...]

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