EUROSKY – Single European Secure Air-Cargo Space, is a four year large-scale integration project under FP7-SEC-2012-1. The project has started on the 1st of May 2013.

EUROSKY will deliver a high impact programme for advanced air-cargo security and facilitation measures to safeguard international supply chains and the security of citizens while fostering international co-operation and a broad stakeholder engagement from all segments of the air-cargo industry.


1. The EUROSKY Blueprints to provide a Europe wide cooperative model for air cargo security and facilitation including Key Performance Indicators.
2. A multi-energy based automated detection and alarm resolution solution to provide faster and more accurate detection of dangerous substances with reduced false positive rate.
3. The EUROSKY Ecosystem to provide a technological infrastructure for electronically connecting air-cargo stakeholders together, amplifying their security capabilities through faster communications, shared scans and intelligence, real-time optimisation, pooled resources and synchronised actions.
4. Provide Integrated Air-cargo Security Solutions including cargo profiling, screening of the identity and intent of the people who had their hands on the container, and integration of detection technologies in supply chain flows with remote monitoring options
5. Six EUROSKY Demonstrators to be used across several representative operating scenarios characteristic of the air-cargo security sector, covering all aspects of air-cargo security at National and International level and considering access threats, content threats and human error threats, to evaluate outputs and to provide data for impact assessment.

Special attention will be given in EUROSKY to building improved understanding of prevailing complexities and vulnerabilities and ensuring long term sustainability of project outputs and market take-up based on a Stakeholder Engagement Strategy emphasising international co-operation both to promote harmonisation in regulations and in supporting further development and implementation of international standards.


European Organisation for Security - Belgium
BMT Group - United Kingdom
Swissport International - Switzerland
Athens International Airport - Greece
Department for Transport - United Kingdom
Consorzio IB Innovation - Italy
Urbanos-Grupo - Portugal
Geopost UK - United Kingdom
Fast Freight Marconi - Italy
Heavyweight Air Express - United Kingdom
Siemens - Germany
Rapiscan Systems - United Kingdom
  ► Multix - France
  Totalforsvarets Forkningsinstitut - Sweden
  Inlecom Systems - United Kingdom
  CONCEPTIVITY - Switzerland
  Mass Spec Analytical Limited - United Kingdom
  Enide Solutions - Spain
  Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives - France
  MJC2 - United Kingdom
  European Organisation for Security - Belgium
  Ingenieria Idom Internacional - Spain
   CLMS - United Kingdom


Project Manager - Maria Chiara Properzi: