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18/04/2007

Here below you can find presentations from the EUROSINT FORUM Annual Conference that was held in Brussels on the 18th of April 2007.

06/03/2007

This, the second meeting of the working group, sought to identify:

  • Component modules of a complete end-to-end OSINF collection process;
  • Technologies and companies in Europe (and beyond) which could contribute to the OSINF collection process, and to locate which step(s) of the process they are situated in;
  • Pilot projects, research or other activities that could be useful in bridging the technology gaps identified. This would be with a view to establishing coalitions of interested parties and making recommendations for those wishing to finance these activities...
12/02/2007

This report provides a record of the main points emerging from a roundtable discussion. It does not pretend to be an exhaustive account of the day's discussions.

The report presents ideas by theme and does not necessarily reflect the chronological order of the day's discussion.

The report and its appendices are open to further input and discussion. Comments and suggestions are welcomed and should be sent to Chris Pallaris.

 

05/01/2007

Report from the First Meeting of the EUROSINT FORUM Working Group on Technological Gaps held in Brussels on 15 December 2006, to discuss the European Commission’s Green Paper on detection technologies in the work of law enforcement, customs and other security authorities

05/01/2007

Submission to the European Commission concerning the Green Paper on detection technologies in the work of law enforcement, customs and other security authorities

01/12/2006

Interview with Axel Dyèvre (Jan. 2006)
Published in “Enhancing Civilian Crisis Response” in Dec 2006  

Axel Dyèvre currently works as Director in charge of Open Source Intelligence Solutions at CEIS. Previously he was Senior Partner in a software editorial firm where he spent 10 years defining, managing and controlling Open Source Intelligence projects in Public and Private organisations, in both national and international contexts. He has worked in complex environments combining tools, methodologies and expertise. Prior to that Axel Dyèvre was an officer in reconnaissance...

01/12/2006
Using the Eidos Suite (formerly known as Think Tools)
By Adrian Taylor
Published in “Enhancing Civilian Crisis Response” in Dec 2006
 
 
The author is Director of Policy and Strategy for the European School of Governance (http://www.eusg.de) in Berlin, which offers the Eidos Software and related services on behalf of its owner, the Parmenides Foundation (http://www.parmenides-foundation.org) in Munich/Elba. He can be contacted at...

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