The SafeShore consortium is a well-balanced combination of partners with complementary knowledge areas and skills. The consortium consists of eleven partners, comprising research centres, Universities, SMEs, end users and industrial partners, from six different countries across Europe.
The SafeShore consortium was specifically composed to include partners filling in each of the capabilities required to build the SafeShore system. For research issues concerning automatic detection of mini-RPAS, boats and humans along the shore, SafeShare is bringing together five industrial players (RMA, DFSL, UTI, TGD, IOEL, and OPTX) and three academic partners (RMA, QMUL, and UNSA), who have collectively vast experience in theory, design, and development in such direction. These eight partners bring dedicated experience in conducting industry-relevant research and extraordinary competences in foundational research and development of solutions for increasing cross-boarder security.
SafeShore is also fortunate in securing the commitment of three LEA end-users (SPP, INP, and LPW) who translate the needs on the field in clear functional requirements and carry out pilot tests and system validation in all SafeShore scenarios.