TRITON project is hosted at European Commission stand at “CP Expo 2014 - The global expo-conference on Community Protection” in Genoa, Italy, from 9 to 11 December 2014. TRITON is one among the eight projects selected by the EU Commission DG Enterprise and Industry and presented in its stand in Genoa. These eight projects represent the commitment of EC in contributing to the European Union development through its security research programme and security industrial policy. TRITON (TRusted vessel Information from Trusted On-board iNstrumentation) is an R&D project that gives some of the possible answers to the threats in maritime environment, focusing on increasing the trustworthiness of on-board instrumentation used to report vessel information to the control organisms (more info on the TRITON website). NavSAS researcher will present TRITON project to the CP EXPO attendees in the EC stand on Tuesday 9 from 11.00 to 11.30 and on Thursday 11 from 12.30 to 13.00.
CP Expo is an event of the Italian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
Background information on CP EXPO 2014
Security is a societal challenge, and concerns the protection of citizens, society and economy, as well as Europe’s assets, infrastructures and services, the prosperity of everyone, the political stability and well-being. Shortly, security is protection of the Community, in its wider sense. Malfunction and disruptions, both intentional or accidental can have a strong impact with high economic, societal and even politic costs.
CPExpo is the answer to the exigency of an exhibition, which provides visibility and business opportunities to those industrial solutions and the newest innovation enabling communities to feel safe. Among its objectives, CPExpo aims at:
1) offering an integrated “snapshot” of the future, as regards both risks and solutions;
2) providing an up-to-date overview of the technologies, systems and solutions available for Critical Infrastructure protection;
3) promoting international debate and cooperation between and among public and private security stakeholders.
Following the positive experiences of previous Security Research Events organised in Germany (Security, Essen), in Spain (“HOMSEC 2013”) and in France (MILIPOL), the European Commission’s Directorate General Enteprise and Industry will organise the European Security Research Conference 2014 within CPExpo.