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CRISYS

The CRISYS project is the first phase of a TWO-phase demonstration programme:
Phase1 requires preparation of a Strategic Roadmap for the demonstration that will be conducted in Phase2 Integrated and Scalable Crisis Management System (CMS).

OBJECTIVES

To develop a Roadmap for the full implementation of specific demonstration actions in Phase2 whilst establishing contacts and awareness with the main public and private stakeholders in the field of Crisis Management. In order to reach the objective the following actions are envisaged:
     
  • Make a comprehensive Review of the Current State of Affairs in the CMS field: completed, ongoing and foreseen work
  • Lay out any Further Research work required
  • Assess Relevant Trends: factual, political and situational
  • Identify User Needs and classify requirements to address issues to enhance joint working including equipment interoperability
  • Create Network of users and suppliers with public and private engagement
  • Indicate Opportunities to involve participation of aid-receiving countries
In addition to its main objective, the CRISYS project aims at Disseminating the Findings across European civil protection sector.

APPROACH

The imperative is to understand how the EU civil protection sector operates.

Firstly there is a need to review presently adopted solutions, procedures and the operational, legal, societal, political, legacy environments in which those mechanisms are set. Secondly, the parameters of operations can be established – not simply scenarios but how to create a wider capability and capacity for the truly unexpected event. This will allow understanding of operational issues surrounding an effective response (e.g. interoperability of technical solutions, commonality of procedures, decision and crisis decision tools, the importance of languages; common training approaches; homogeneous risk assessment methodologies etc.) for the most significant demonstration actions.

Sector Actors and Stakeholders Involvement: Users and citizens are the key to the success of the project, and building a respected relationship with them is a fundamental part of the project. This requires the creation a public-private dialogue with local – national - international users, first responders and national governments and citizens.

The leadership role of EOS and its Members and the Project Partners is therefore to gather information about the needs of the Stakeholders via MEETINGS with FIRST RESPONDERS, USERS and SUPPLIERS of a specific civil protection sector around Europe, while establishing a sound network of contacts for Phase 2 and gathering the key elements for developing and validating the practical requirements to be included in the Roadmap.

CHANGES AND IMPLICATIONS

The major challenge is to link existing approaches, technical solutions, procedures, standards etc. in the civil protection field, which are extremely fragmented at national and even local level, to permit a fast and adequate response to natural and man-made threats.
Primarily for use in EU countries the system must be deployable abroad to cover Europe’s external humanitarian aid programmes and reflect the stronger post Lisbon Treaty alliances that reinforce civil-military mutual support (technologies, operations) and European internal security. Thus, the process toward the Roadmap:
  • Must recognise what already exists and how Crisis Management is organised and managed.
  • Note changes in EU Civil Protection policy and the Member States relationships, taking into account the internal security policy and the need to link with external operations for crisis management.
  • Get first responders/users and operators needs in dedicated multi-stakeholders meetings hold in MS
  • Assess effectiveness of capabilities and capacities to meet anticipated and unidentifiable threats
  • Target community resilience and business continuity.
  • Propose improvements in joint working, EU policy and practices to strengthen cohesion, interoperability, operational effectiveness, cultural and moral values and affordability.
  • Test and validate with stakeholder actors in TWO WORKSHOPS
  • Disseminate Project findings in a FINAL CONFERENCE and via WEB

PARTNERS
European Organisation for Security
Edisoft
Centre for Security Studies (KEM)
National Centre for scientific research (NSCR)
Altran
International Fire and Rescue Services Association (CTIF)
Teletron Euroricerche Security Engineering
Indra
Thales
Finland Ministry of Interior
University of Central Lancashire
Société Française de Medecine de Catastrophe
Instituto Affari Internazionali
Zanasi Alessandro
Transelectrica











RESULTS AND DELIVERABLES

Deliverables

Project Management Plan
First Periodic Report
Second Periodic Report
Operational requirements frame and initial list of contacts
Advisory Boards Workshop
Web Home & map
Impact Analysis of the Environment
Dissemination Plan
CRISYS FINAL ROADMAP - The results of the Crisys Project

Final Conference

Methodology. Presentation by Sietske van Deudekom
Findings and experience. Presentation by Dennis Davis
Crisis response. What are the main technologies needed. Presentation by THALES
CRISYS Operating Model. Presentation by Michel van den Hoek
EU crisis managment. Context and future trends. Presentation by Sandra Mezzadri
How can technologies help. Command and Control Systems. Presentation by J. Lago Perez
CRISYS project objectives and process. NicolaIarossi
Roadmap for Demonstartio Phase II. Presentation by Dennis Davis
Demonstration Programme. Issues to be considered, CRISYS Users Advisory Board. Presentation by Dusan Zupka
Social Media, crisis management, text data mining. Presentation by Alessandro Zanasi
Towards an R&D Demonstration Programme. T. Simonart. Presentation by A. Bakalakos


 
 
 
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