Thematic Groups

Thematic Groups


Applied Biometrics for the security of Critical Infrastructure

Coordinator: CAST, UK

TG status: In Progress

Aviation Security Detection Equipment

Coordinator: JRC, Geel

TG status: Completed

Case Studies for Industrial Automation and Control Systems

Coordinator: Thales, France

TG status: Completed

Chemical and Biological (CB) Risks to Drinking Water

Coordinator: Austrian Env. Agency

TG status: In Progress

Detection of Explosives & Weapons at Secure Locations

Coordinator: Iconal Tech Ltd, UK

TG status: In Progress

Detection of Indoor Airborne Chemical-Biological Agents

Coordinator: AUTH, Greece

TG status: In Progress

Explosives Detection Equipment (non-Aviation)

Coordinator: CEA, France

TG status: Completed

Industrial Automated Control Systems and Smart Grids

Coordinator: TNO, Netherlands

TG status: Completed

Radiological and Nuclear Threats to Critical Infrastructure

Coordinator: HT Nuclear Oy, Finland

TG status: In Progress

Resistance of Structures to Explosion Effects

Coordinator: Fraunhofer - EMI(DE)

TG status: In Progress

Video Surveillance for Security of Critical Infrastructure

Coordinator: CAST, United Kingdom

TG status: In Progress

IACS Cybersecurity Certification Framework

Coordinator: Thales, France

TG status: In Progress

Objectives


The ERNCIP work programme addresses several thematic areas (TA), as identified by the ERNCIP sponsors, i.e. the European Commission and the Member States. The work is being undertaken by specific thematic working groups, each led by a coordinator. A work programme (see Projected Objectives) will be established by each thematic group (TG) and approved by the ERNCIP Office.

objectives

Given the generality with which the ERNCIP sponsors can propose the thematic areas, identify and priorities within the scope of that thematic area.

ta-membership

The thematic areas are at the core of ERNCIP and will provide the principal means for achieving the aims of ERNCIP.

ta-meetings

Check the forthcoming meetings within each group.