Detection of people attempting to enter illegally

The Workshop on Innovation in Border Control 2013 (WIBC 2013) aims bringing together academic researchers, practitioners, and industry to: present the latest results of research in the field of border control, raise the awareness of current and future challenges of border control authorities, discuss innovative solutions to tackle these challenges and disseminate information on ongoing border security-related research projects and initiatives. More information on the the workshop can be found HERE.

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

Report
Internal
Date of publication: 
Thu, 01/09/2011
The ‘Forward Study of European Border Checks’ focuses on the futures and foresight tools relevant to European border control.
Report
External
Date of publication: 
Tue, 01/12/2009
The report describes a security research and innovation agenda.
Report
External
Date of publication: 
Sun, 01/01/2006
The report describes an effort on shaping mid-term security research agenda.
Research
Status: 
finished
Brief description: 

Will develop new methods and algorithms for processing satellite radar and optical images in order to improve the detection and monitoring of seafaring vessels

Research
Status: 
finished
Brief description: 

Aims to support the use of space-borne radar mounted on single or formation-flying satellites through the development of a software simulator

Research
Status: 
finished
Brief description: 

Optimise the utilisation of space-based technologies in support of Maritime Surveillance activities

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