News from the world of NOSY

Report on explosive threats and illicit trafficking in Europe

Courtesy of OSDIFE – Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense

March-April 2017

In cooperation with the Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense, we are pleased to make available a new EU-wide report on events and facts related to explosive threats and illicit drug of abuse trafficking.

The report is meant to be published on a monthly basis.

Download March-April report here

Full reports about CBRNe news at worlwide level can be found at OSDIFE website.

Report on explosive threats and illicit trafficking in Europe

Courtesy of OSDIFE – Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense

February 2017

In cooperation with the Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense, we are pleased to make available a new EU-wide report on events and facts related to explosive threats and illicit drug of abuse trafficking.

The report is meant to be published on a monthly basis.

Download February 2017 Report here

Full reports about CBRNe news at worlwide level can be found at OSDIFE website.

 


 

Report on explosive threats and illicit trafficking in Europe

Courtesy of OSDIFE – Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense

January 2017

In cooperation with the Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense, we are pleased to make available a new EU-wide report on events and facts related to explosive threats and illicit drug of abuse trafficking.

The report is meant to be published on a monthly basis.

Download January 2017 Report here

Full reports about CBRNe news at worlwide level can be found at OSDIFE website.

 


 

NOSY Dissemination Workshop

26-27 January, 2017

Rome

A dedicated Dissemination Workshop has been organized with the objective to display the main features of the project – and its preliminary results – to a selected audience of NOSY EUN’s (End User Network) members. During the Workshop, the concept, the specific features as well as the early outcomes of the project will be presented and disseminated to potential End Users including LEAs (Law Enforcement Agencies), investigators, and forensics experts. The event will be a unique opportunity for discussing and collecting feedbacks and suggestions to improve the results of the project in order to better address the needs and expectations of the End Users in the NOSY system development work.

The Workshop will see also the partecipation of microMole – an Horizon 2020 project with a strong complementary with NOSY – that will intervene during the workshop with representatives and experts coming from different fields and professional backgrounds.

 


 

Report on explosive threats and illicit trafficking in Europe

Courtesy of OSDIFE – Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense

December 2016

In cooperation with the Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense, we are pleased to make available a new EU-wide report on events and facts related to explosive threats and illicit drug of abuse trafficking.

The report is meant to be published on a monthly basis.

Download December 2016 Report here

Full reports about CBRNe news at worlwide level can be found at OSDIFE website.

 


 

Report on explosive threats and illicit trafficking in Europe

Courtesy of OSDIFE – Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense

November 2016

In cooperation with the Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense, we are pleased to make available a new EU-wide report on events and facts related to explosive threats and illicit drug of abuse trafficking.

The report is meant to be published on a monthly basis.

Download November 2016 Report here

Full reports about CBRNe news at worlwide level can be found at OSDIFE website.

 


 

Report on explosive threats and illicit trafficking in Europe

Courtesy of OSDIFE – Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense

October 2016

In cooperation with the Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense, we are pleased to make available a new EU-wide report on events and facts related to explosive threats and illicit drug of abuse trafficking.

The report is meant to be published on a monthly basis.

Download October 2016 Report here

Full reports about CBRNe news at worlwide level can be found at OSDIFE website.

 


 

European Agenda on Security

Priorities of the European Agenda on Security for the next 5 years

The European Agenda on Security aims to strengthen the tools that the EU provides to national law enforcement authorities to fight terrorism and cross-border crime. In particular, the Agenda focuses on improving information exchanges and operational cooperation between law enforcement authorities. It also mobilises a number of EU instruments to support actions through training, funding and research and innovation. Finally, the Agenda sets out a number of targeted actions to be taken at EU level, to step up the fight against terrorism, organised crime and cybercrime.

Download the European Agenda on Security

You can read more on the DG Migration and Home Affairs page.

 


 

IW 2016 – 3rd International CBRNe Workshop 2016

Building a strong CBRNe scientific community

The workshop will take place on the 25th of November 2016 at Villa Mondragone. This initiative is the natural follow-up of the two successful editions of the International Workshop on CBRNe organized in 2014 and 2015.

IW 2016 will represent a moment to focus the attention on current CBRNe facts and trends, and to promote the growth of the CBRNe community network. This year there will be also a focus over the terroristic menace, the forensic science applied to crime scenes and about explosives, an old risk coming back.

Download the IW2016 programme here

You can read more and register here.

 


 

Report on explosive threats and illicit trafficking in Europe

Courtesy of OSDIFE – Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense

September 2016

In cooperation with the Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defense, we are pleased to make available a first EU-wide report on events and facts related to explosive threats and illicit drug of abuse trafficking.

The report is meant to be published on a monthly basis.

Download September 2016 Report here

Full reports about CBRNe news at worlwide level can be found at OSDIFE website.

 


 

Event on “New synergies between Safety and Security of Industrial Infrastructures” – 16th November Rome

11 October, 2016

The University of Bologna, D’Appolonia, APRE, the Secure societies SEREN3, with the support of the Italian Ministry of Interior, are pleased to invite you to the “European workshop on H2020 Secure Societies: New synergies between Safety and Security of Industrial Infrastructures“, that will be held in Rome on 16th November at Istituto Superiore Antincendi, Dipartimento dei Vigili del Fuoco, del Soccorso Pubblico e della Difesa Civile.

You can read more and register to the event on the APRE website.

 


 

Sensichips finalist at Hello Tomorrow Challenge

21 September, 2016

Sensichips, partner of the NOSY consortium, was selected as a finalist, along with 6 other companies, for the Hello Tomorrow Global challenge’s Air Quality trackSensichips has been selected on the basis of the excellent work realised with development of new microelectronics platform. Findings of this work will also be used to develop a similar platform that will be used as one of the main component of the NOSY, dedicated to the environmental monitoring.

Read more on Sensichips’ website

 


 

Project Third Plenary Meeting

6-7 October, 2016

Lisbon

Thanks to the invitation of NOSY Partner GMV, the Third Plenary meeting will be held in Lisboa. Hosted by in the TrypHotel the NOSY Consortium will meet on 6 and 7th of October for discussing for current achievements of the project and further steps, also in light of the end of the first project reporting period (February 2017, M18 of the project). The Meeting will have also a specific technical sessions dedicated to the advancement of the design activities in light of the start of the initial development activities.

 


 

Project Second Plenary meeting

21-22 April, 2016

Leicester

The Second Plenary Meeting of NOSY was held in Leicester on 21 and 22 of April hosted by the University of Leicester. The meeting was focused onto the fine-tuning of the work performed in WP1 “Identification of end-user and technical requirements”, with regard to the collection of the NOSY requirements and the kick-off of WP4 “Design and development of the NOSY devices”, one of the most crucial WP of the project, coordinated by GMV. It was a very intense meeting where many critical issues were discussed and the next steps set up, in particular with regard to the joint work between WP2 “Development of smart materials and sensing elements” and WP3 and the definition of the work to be performed on the technical side (WP4 and WP5).

 


 

Launch of the NOSY End User Network (EUN)

The NOSY EUN will composed by European Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs). The EUN members will have the opportunity to meeting with the NOSY development team and to contribute with their feedback and suggestions to the achievement of the NOSY objectives.

If you are interested or you want to become a member of the EUN please follow the link to the EUN page.

 


 

Project Kick-Off Meeting

24-25 Septmber, 2015

Rome

NOSY officially kicked off the project activities on the 1st of September 2015 and the first face to face meeting was held in Rome on 24th and 25th of September at IAI (Istituto Affari Internazionali) premises. All the partners’ representatives met in a two-days meeting where partners gave presentations about themselves and Work Package Leaders presented the detailed organization of the planned activities. The meeting also included a presentation from the European Commission about the management of the classified documentation to be produced by the project and the guidelines for financial reporting in H2020.

 


NOSY – New Operational Sensing sYstem

Project Contract Number: 653839

Call Identifier: H2020-FCT-2014

Topic: FCT-05-2014: Law enforcement capabilities Topic 1: Develop novel monitoring systems and miniaturised sensors that improve Law Enforcement Agencies’ evidence-gathering abilities

Duration: 36 Months

Project Start: 01 September 2015

Funding scheme: Innovation Action

Total Cost: EUR 5.373.061,25

EU Contribution: EUR 4.198.684,63

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation under Grant Agreement no 653839.