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The section contains downloadable resources such as TG deliverables, conference presentations and ERNCIP Office documents. The list is presents the most recent uploaded documents first.

ERNCIP-IMPROVER Joint Operators Workshop 2016

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Joint ERNCIP-IMPROVER workshop: A few thoughts

Tue, 2016-05-17

Preliminary conclusions by the ERNCIP Office

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Terrorist events in urban environment: Effects, protection and resilience - M. Larcher

Tue, 2016-05-17

ERNCIP TG on Resistance of Structures to Explosion Effects

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Use of biometrics to improve resilience in critical infrastructures: Guidance for operators - G. Whitaker

Tue, 2016-05-17

ERNCIP TG on Applied Biometrics for Critical Infrastructure Protection

Video Surveillance for Security of Critical Infrastructure

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Surveillance and video analytics: factors influencing the performance

Fri, 2016-05-13

Abstract

Large (EU) communities are working on and using surveillance systems. They are of diverse backgrounds, such as end users (e.g. law enforcement agencies and critical infrastructure owners), suppliers of surveillance products and services, academics, and policy makers. One of the goals of the ERNCIP Thematic Group on Video Analytics and Surveillance (TG VAS or TG) is to support (the interaction between) these communities with a future proof performance evaluation methodology of video analytics, and in the future potentially also of other components of a surveillance system.

There are many factors which influence the performance of surveillance components. This is complicated as threats, vulnerabilities, assets, technologies, and policies change over time. So, a methodological approach is required to create common understanding among these communities of what these factors are, and what the nature of their influence on surveillance systems is. This requires a substantial, dedicated effort during the full life cycle of surveillance systems.

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Surveillance Use Cases: Focus on Video Analytics

Fri, 2016-05-13

Abstarct

The broad purpose of the Thematic Group on Video Analytics and Surveillance is to develop a more common approach to the testing and evaluation of video analytics systems and to encourage the development of innovative video analytics technologies. The aim of this report is to facilitate the interaction with the relevant communities by providing a limited set of surveillance use cases which are clustered around several surveillance application areas. This helps make discussions as specific as possible, and to make the results of this TG as relevant as possible for these communities. This first report provides a starting point for this set.