Border Security

From: 26-01-2021 - To: 27-01-2021


Frontex Thematic Industry Days: Airborne Maritime Surveillance Solutions

FRONTEX will hold a virtual Thematic Industry Days on 26-27 January 2021 to explore and assess innovative solutions on airborne surveillance to better monitor what is happening at Europe’s maritime borders.


Frontex is looking for state of the art products and services available on the market, as well as innovations able to cover multiple and complex operational scenarios. At the same time, it is crucial to ensure that related technologies are cost-effective and operationally efficient.


The main categories of interest are:


  • un/manned airborne platforms (RPAS, aerostats, aircraft or combined) able to carry out maritime surveillance, search and rescue);
  • maritime surveillance sensors: electro-optics, radar sensors, AIS and mobile phone detection equipment;
  • command and control software able to integrate sensors and data from multiple assets. Data fusion and analytics from land, airborne, sensors and third party data sources and
  • beyond line-of-sight encrypted wideband communications.
Interested industry representatives are invited to apply by completing the following online form: Application form.

Applications are open until Monday, 11 January 2021. All received applications will undergo a process of evaluation based on their relevance and novelty. Clear and comprehensive solutions tailored for the needs of the EBCG community are of paramount importance.

Practical information:

  • The outcome of the evaluation process will be announced by 15 January 2021.
  • The event is scheduled to take place on 26-27 January 2021.
  • The presentations and subsequent discussions will be held via the Cisco Webex platform.
  • Each presenter will have approx. 40 minutes (which includes 30 minutes to present the solution and 10 minutes for participants’ questions and answers).

EU Projects

From: 01-02-2021 - To: 01-02-2021


How to counter cyber-physical threats to Healthcare Infrastructure

EOS is helping to organise a demonstration event for the SAFECARE project, which will enable participants to view the SAFECARE security solution and contribute to the discussions on key technological trends, best practices, emerging threats and other issues in the sector of Healthcare Infrastructure security, led by SAFECARE’s experienced technological partners and other key actors in the cyber and physical security field.

A hands-on expert-led training session, covering security topics encountered during daily security practice, will also be held.

The event will be chaired by Philippe Tourron, from the Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Marseille and Coordinator of the project.

To register for the conference please use the following link:


From: 02-02-2021 - To: 04-02-2021


Cybersecurity Standardization Conference 2021

The European Standards Organisations CEN, CENELEC, and ETSI, have joined forces with ENISA, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, to bring you a virtual Cybersecurity Standardization Conference on "European Standardization in support of the EU Cybersecurity Act".

The conference aims to foster the dialogue among policy makers, industry, research, standardization, organizations, certification organization and those involved in the development of the ICT certification framework in Europe, in view of an effective implementation of the Cybersecurity Act.

Please check here the Agenda.

If you are interested you can register here.

From: 03-02-2021 - To: 03-02-2021


BroadWay Practitioner Network Stakeholder Briefing

On the 3rd of February 2021 will take place the BroadWay Practitioner Network Stakeholder Briefing. The event, organized by DG HOME, will provide an insight into the work and progress of BroadWay, a project that aims to create a pan-European mobile broadband communication system for all types of first responders and security practitioners.

The project, based on a long-term planning and funding effort from the EU security research funding, is currently in its second PCP phase with prototypes being developed by Airbus, Leonardo and Frequentis, due to be evaluated in April 2021. For it to achieve its final goal, DG HOME is integrating the feedback from key stakeholders into the further development of the project and its long-term sustainability.

The specific aim of the event is for Broadway to present its activities and to get relevant insights to assess whether the project has the potential to become the European solution for secure communications for public security and safety.

You can register to the event through the following link.

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