Deliverables

Del. no. Deliverable name
Coordination and project management
D.1.1 Project Plan
D.1.2 Dissemination and Communications Strategy
D.1.3 Six-monthly Progress Reports
D.1.4 Interim Report
D.1.5 Final Report
Smart Surveillance in Key Area of Application 1 – Border Control
D.2.1 Overview of smart surveillance technologies in border control applications
D.2.2 Proportionality issues report
D.2.3 Impact Assessment of smart surveillance in border control
Smart Surveillance in Key Area of Application 2 – Counter-terrorism, law and order (including crowd control)
D.3.1 Overview of smart surveillance technologies in counter-terrorism and law-enforcement applications
D.3.2 Proportionality issues report
D.3.3 Impact Assessment of smart surveillance in counter-terrorism and law-enforcement applications
Smart Surveillance in Key Area of Application 3 – Consumer sector multi-purpose mobile devices
D.4.1 Overview of smart surveillance technologies in consumer sector mobile devices
D.4.2 Proportionality issues report
D.4.3 Impact Assessment of smart surveillance in consumer sector mobile devices
Smart Surveillance in Key Area of Application 4 – E-Government
D.5.1 Overview of smart surveillance technologies in e-government
D.5.2 Proportionality issues report
D.5.3 Impact Assessment of smart surveillance in e-government
Review of laws and other regulations governing surveillance
D.6.1 Legal evaluation report
Review of Laws governing interoperability and data exchange between police/security services
D.7.1 Interoperability and data exchange report
D.7.2 Impact assessment
Underlying Technology Infrastructures
D.8.1 Overview of risk factors and counter-measures available in underlying technology infrastructures
Smart surveillance in cyberspace
D.9.1 Overview of smart surveillance technologies in cyberspace
D.9.2 Risk factors report
D.9.3 Compliance assessment of smart surveillance in cyberspace
Qualitative measurement of attitudes of citizens towards smart surveillance and privacy
D.10.1 Discussion guidelines
D.10.2 Individual country reports
D.10.3 Synthesised all countries report
Sociology of Surveillance
D.11.1 Analytical bibliography
D.11.2 Literature Review
D.11.3 Compare-and-contrast analysis report
D.11.4 Best practice criteria
Toolkit for policy makers and police/security forces
D.12.1 Data protection guidelines
D.12.2 Initial Toolkit design
D.12.3 Toolkit incorporating design guidelines and model law containing scalable measures
Evaluation
D.13.1 Evaluation plan and evaluation criteria
D.13.2 Interim evaluation reports
D.13.3 Summative evaluation report
Dissemination and knowledge transfer
D.14.1 Website
D.14.2 First policy workshop on Status quo analysis and publication of relative proceedings
D.14.3 Second policy workshop on consumer attitudes and criteria for fairness and publication of relative proceedings
D.14.4 Final Conference & publication of relative proceedings

Info Box

Title: SMART (Scalable Measures for Automated Recognition Technologies)
Funding scheme: Collaborative project (small or medium scale focused research project)
Grant agreement no.: 261727
Duration: 36 months (June 2011 - May 2014)
Co-ordinator: University of Malta
Co-ordinating person: Professor Joseph Cannataci
EU funding: € 3.456.017
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