Foster innovation of the maritime surveillance

EU HORIZON 2020

Promenade promotes collaborative exchange of information

Between maritime surveillance authorities

Promenade will increase the results achieved within previous and on-going research activities

Through AI and Big Data technologies

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Promenade project - EU H2020

ImPROved Maritime awarENess by means of AI and BD mEthods

Optimize maritime information

European waters are navigated daily by 12 000 vessels approximately, which share their positions to avoid collisions, generating a huge number of positional messages every month. It is important that this overabundance of information will not overwhelm the marine operators in charge for decision-making.

Collaborative exchange

Promenade promotes collaborative exchange of knowledge between maritime surveillance authorities, advancing market exploitation, cutting down the time to market and guaranteeing compliance with legal and ethical regulations and norms.

AI for Threat detection

The use of Artificial Intelligence allows the analysis of a large amount of data, improve surveillence capabilities and make it possible to detect threats at a global scale before reaching EU waters.

New technologies

Promenade will foster new technologies to provide to the Border Guards Authorities a toolkit for automatic vessel detection, tracking and bahavioural analysis.

 

Promenade will increase the maturity of previous and on-going research activities

Main objectives are:

  • To develop new technologies
  • To enhance the research results undertaken in previous H2020 projects
  • To facilitate collaboration among maritime surveillance agencies
  • To shorten the adoption time to innovative technologies by the Border Guards Authorities
  • To ensure compliance of all the project activities with legal and ethical regulations and norms.

News

29 / Nov / 2022
The PROMENADE consortium published an article in the Border Security Journal that talks about Risk Investigator, a new tool, developed within the EU-funded PROMENADE Project by the Partner Transcrime, for identifying vessels involved in criminal activities. Read the article here: https://bit.ly/3OKuqnP
Promenade is proud to share the establishment of a cross communication synergy with the Medea project. Medea project scope is to establish and further develop a regional network of practitioners and other security actors in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea region. Discover more about Medea project...
The Promenade consortium met last week in Rome to discuss the project status and the actions taken after the mid-term review.All partners showed the progress of their work and defined the future actions to be implemented.Crucial end users of the project joined these two full days of...

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Partners

Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Insular Policy
Guardia Civil - Spain
Lituania State Border Guard Service
French Navy - Marine Nationale
Leonardo
Kemea
Ingeniería de Sistemas para la Defensa de España
GMV Aerospace and Defence
MarineTraffic
Satways
SATCEN
Inovaworks
Baltic Institute of Advanced Technology
Transcrime - Università Cattolica Sacro Cuore
Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation
ReMedia Italy
Developing a positive, mutually beneficial relationship between stakeholders from different countries and sectors will guide the evolution of activities and will help us work together to increase the results of previous EU Security Research activities.
Nestor Project
We had the chance to investigate users' interest toward our tool to identify risk factors in the ownership structures of companies involved, that we will develop during the project.
1st Promenade Workshop on User Requirements

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