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STRATEGY will develop a pan-European framework of the pre-standardisation activities for systems, solutions and procedures, addressing crisis management, validated by sustainable tests and evaluation frameworks which will improve the crisis management and disaster resilience capabilities, including EDA initiatives in the CBRN-E area.


Based on the needs identified from previous EU initiatives and the desktop research on the EU priorities, the project addresses six streams within the Crisis management phases, such as:

  • Critical infrastructures protection.
  • Response planning.
  • Search and Rescue.
  • Command and Control.
  • Early Warning Systems.
  • Rapid Damage Assessment.


And cross correlates them with six distinctive building blocks of the interoperability areas such as:

  • Common Procedures.
  • Training.
  • Terminology.
  • Data sharing
  • Equipment
  • CBRN-E emergencies.


Aiming at selecting and implementing existing, evolving and new standards within solutions, tools and procedural guidelines and recommendations STRATEGY will streamline and validate technical and organisational interoperability in a fully transboundary configuration with means of standards through the implementation of uses cases involving EU and National Standardisation bodies. STRATEGY aims at a consistent presence of all actively involved experts from security stakeholders throughout all stages of standardisation, from the preparatory work done in Programming Mandates until the concrete standardisation work in Technical Committees (TCs) and Common Working Groups (CWGs) to assure the success of the standardisation actions of the EC.


The ultimate project goal is to strengthen the resilience of EU against all types of natural & manmade disasters (multihazard approach), by ensuring safety and empowering their operational capacity though validating the standards of next generation solutions and procedures ensuring an effective and efficient collaborative response.



  • Laurea University Of Applied Sciences
  • The European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats (Hybrid CoE)
  • European Organisation for Security (EOS)
  • Polish Platform for Homeland Security
  • Nederlandse Organisatie voor toegepast-natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek (TNO innovation for life)
  • RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB
  • Proionta Kai Ypiresies Tilematikis Diktyakon Kai Tilepikinoniakon Efarmogon Etairia Periorismenis Efthinis Epe (satways)
  • Lithuanian Cybercrime Center of Excellence for Training Research & Education (L3CE)
  • Kentro Meleton Asfaleias - Center for Security Studies (KEMEA)
  • Ministère de la transition écologique et solidaire - Ministry for an Ecological and Solidarity Transition
  • Centre for Peace Studies (UiT)
  • International Centre for Defence and Security (RKK ICDS)
  • Asociación Maldita Contra La Desinformación: Periodismo, Educación, Investigación Y Datos En Nuevos Formatos (MALDITA.ES)
  • Central Office for Information Technology in the Security Sector
  • Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
  • Espoon Kaupunki - City of Espoo (ESPOO ESBO)
  • Ministerie van Defensie - Ministry of Defense
  • Direktoratet For Samfunnssikkerhet og Beredskap - Directorate for Civil Protection (dsb)
  • Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
  • Universitaet Der Bundeswehr Muenchen - Bundeswehr University
  • Policía Local de València (València Local Police – València City Council – Local Police)
  • Academia Nationala De Informatii ”Mihai Viteazul” - National Intelligence Academy Mihan Viteazul
  • The Internal Security Agency
  • Estonian Information System Authority


Project Manager : Elodie Reuge - and James Philpot -

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