BorderUAS project achieved this summer one very significant milestone regarding its progress. On June 23rd , the 1st Progress Review meeting took place with the… Read More »Press Release: 1st Annual Progress Review Meeting
Why develop an ontology? An ontology defines common vocabulary for researchers who aim to share information in a specific domain. It includes both human and… Read More »The Contribution of Ontologies in BorderUAS
To prevent the pandemic infection from spreading, governments approved lengthy quarantines advising the citizens to stay at home throughout 2020 and the first half of… Read More »Cross-border Crime in the Time of COVID-19 Pandemic
ONLINE EBCG WORKSHOP BorderUAS project featured in a two-day virtual workshop about selected Horizon 2020 border security projects organised by the European Border and Coast… Read More »BORDERUAS ON ONLINE EBCG WORKSHOP ON BORDER SECURITY PROJECTS
Transforming a UAV to an actively connected surveillance vehicle leveraging the use of multisensory data.
An effective assessment of illegal border crossings is planned through the exploitation of active data fusion from various types of sensors, complementing each other’s capabilities.… Read More »Transforming a UAV to an actively connected surveillance vehicle leveraging the use of multisensory data.
P2PKOS KICK OFF SEMINAR BorderUAS project attended the second project to policy kick off seminar (P2PKOS) that was organised virtually by Research Executive Agency (REA) on March… Read More »BORDERUAS ATTENDANCE ON P2PKOS KICK OFF SEMINAR
The BorderUAS project was presented by our consortium partner ADDITESS LTD (ADI) during the Nicosia Risk Forum 2020 (NRF2020). Nicosia Risk Forum is an inventive event… Read More »BORDERUAS project in the Nicosia Risk Forum 2020
Gathering border guard authorities’ needs and requirements concerning the most-used migration routes
According to the latest FRONTEX report (2019 Risk Analysis) on illegal crossings of the EU’s external borders, Eastern Mediterranean, Western Mediterranean and Western Balkans are… Read More »Gathering border guard authorities’ needs and requirements concerning the most-used migration routes
WORKSHOP The BorderUAS consortium, along with the border guard authorities, organized two online workshops on Wednesday 9/12 and Tuesday 15/12. Their overall scope was to… Read More »BorderUAS online End-User’s Workshops on User Requirements & Scenarios Elaboration