ISOLA will develop, integrate, test, deploy, demonstrate and validate a systematic and fully automated security approach by incorporating innovative technologies for sensing, monitoring, data fusion, alarming and reporting real-time during illegal incidents.
The main objectives of ISOLA are:
This will ensure high level of security among all the passengers of the ship and augmentation of the Ship Security Plan.
The ISOLA project starts in September 2020 and is estimated to end in September 2023. In those 36 months, the consortium will research and develop a comprehensive ship security system.
Make the project and its vision known in the relevant target groups, through conferences, end user partnering and social media activity.
Presentation of research articles and technical demonstrations, build up a community of interested developers and scientists.
Show-casing the Maritime Border Security ecosystem developed in the ISOLA project in multiple realistic pilots.
See the work packages and project structure
The news about recent activities by the project partners.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 883302.
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