Diapositive 1 - African Union

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EUROPEAN INTEGRATED MARITIME
SURVEILLANCE
Dilarde Teilāne
European External Action Service
Directorate of Conflict Prevention and Security Policy
Addis Ababa, 20 April, 2012
Common Information
Sharing Environment
Rationale: cooperation across sectors and MS to
– Ensure safer, more secure & cleaner seas
– Foster EU digital society
– Ensure the fundamentals for sustainable growth
Challenges
Integrated?
Maritime surveillance
situation today
Sectoral development:
Today each node is a maritime
system on its own.
Ministerial Departments
Need to build on existent
maritime surveillance systems
Inter-Agency Co-ordination
Justice
Foreign Affairs
Overseas/
Territories
Coastguard/
alt. Navy
Functional
Co-ordination
Agriculture/
Fishery
Transport
FO
EX
C
ES
NG
A
H
- Sharing of resources
IN
Economy/
Customs
Interior/
CG or Police
SP
FR
-data Pooling without losing
original data ownership and
control
FI
UK
IT
GR
.
etc
Multinational
Co-ordination
EU’s response
Common Information Sharing Environment
(CISE)
For the Surveillance of the EU maritime domain
User communities
Agriculture
Fisheries
Defence
Navies
Interior
Border
Guards
BORDER
CONTROL
Maritime
Administrations
MEMBER
STATES
Data - Information
•Producers
•Subscribers
Transport
Coast Guards
Finances
Customs
Tailored
RMOPs
GENERAL LAW
ENFORCEMENT
CUSTOMS
FISHERIES
CONTROL
DEFENCE
?
MARINE
ENVIRONMENT
MARITIME
SAFETY AND
SECURITY
7
Guiding principles
• Interlinking all relevant user Communities
• Building a technical framework for interoperability
• Information Exchange among civilian / military
authorities
• Specific legal provisions
MEETING OF HEADS OF DELEGATION AND CHARGES D’AFFAIRE
1
User communities
cooperation to achieve
Effectiveness
Cost efficiency
Generating a ‘situational awareness’
of activities at sea
across all relevant sectors
to facilitate sound decision making
Roadmap to CISE
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Identifying user communities
Mapping of data sets and gap analysis for data
exchange
Identifying common data classification levels
Developing the supporting framework (technical
framework)
Defining access rights
Providing a coherent legal framework
Further steps, potentially legal, will follow
GAP analysis
90
80
70
60
50
New Access
Improved Access
40
Presently Accessed
Owned Data
30
20
10
0
MARITIME SAFETY, FISHERIES CONTROL MARINE POLLUTION
SECURITY AND
PREPAREDNESS AND
PREVENTION OF
RESPONSE, MARINE
POLLUTION BY SHIPS
ENVIRONMENT
CUSTOMS
BORDER CONTROL
GENERAL LAW
ENFORCEMENT
DEFENCE
Timelines
2012
2013
2014
2017
CISE DEVELOPMENT
- Impact assessment (tech, legal,
cost, social, env studies)
Cooperation
study
2.1 MEuro
FP 7 surveillance study
13 MEuro
CISE
implementation
> 100 MEuro
THANK YOU
[email protected]