R&D Projects

Number of projects: 31


  • SAINT - Systemic Analysis In Network Threats

    The project SAINT – Systemic Analysis In Network Threats proposes to advance measurement approaches and methodologies of the metrics of cybercrime through the construction of a new theoretical and empirical framework of scientific analysis.

  • CY CISE - Cypriot information sharing environment towards an integrated national maritime surveillance awareness and enhancement of cross-sector and cross-border exchange of information

    CY CISE mainly aims in the development of the Cypriot information sharing environment towards an integrated national maritime surveillance awareness, complying with the overall European CISE vision. It builds on the knowhow developed within the Hellenic CISE project (EASME/EMFF/2014/ however having NO overlapping between the new intended actions with the action funded under MARE/2014/26 call for proposals.

  • MARINE-EO - Bridging Innovative Downstream Earth Observation and Copernicus enabled Services for Integrated maritime environment, surveillance and security

    MARINE-EO is a H2020 PCP project that focuses on “Maritime Awareness” a top priority for Europe . “Awareness” sought either with regards to maritime security, border control against irregular immigration and safety of navigation, or sought in regards with the marine environment and climate change. “Awareness” is sought both for sea-basins of traditional interest like the Mediterranean and the Atlantic as well as for basins currently trending like the Arctic.
    The objectives of this project are:

  • FocusLocus - FocusLocus ADHD management Gaming System for educational achievement and social inclusion

    FocusLocus is a H2020 Innovation Action project that aspires to develop a gamified intervention programme for the management of Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) conditions.

  • Hellenic CISE - Hellenic Common Information Sharing Environment

    The Hellenic CISE project is one of the parallel national projects with the scope to improve and enhance the interoperability among the several maritime authorities in each Member State. It is part of the European roadmap towards a Common Information Sharing Environment for maritime surveillance.
    The Hellenic Ministry of Defense, the Hellenic Coast Guard and NCSR Demokritos are working together to deliver an integrated national maritime surveillance environment with enhancedcross-sector and cross border information exchange capabilities.

  • FLYSEC - Optimising time-to-FLY and enhancing airport SECurity

    FLYSEC is a new H2020 Research & Innovation Action project, focusing on the sensitive topic of improving the aviation security chain.

  • EuTravel - Optimodal European Travel Ecosystem

    EuTravel aims to support the EU agenda towards an open and single market for mobility services by enabling travelers to organise a multimodal trip in accordance with their own criteria including environmental performance, providing multimodal travel service providers an effective way to deliver customised services addressing any type of specialised travel needs and facilitating fact-based EU policy making. This project will promote the creation of content, open and linked data for travellers enriching the travelling experience.

  • EU CISE 2020 - ΕU Common Information Sharing Environment 2020

    EU CISE 2020 aims to be a significant step forward along the accomplishment of the European roadmap for CISE (Common Information Sharing Environment); the project attains the widest possible experimental environment of innovative and collaborative processes between European maritime institutions.

  • DOGANA - aDvanced sOcial enGineering And vulNerability Assessment framework

    Latest insights into security breaches reveal that most of the security incidents include the human element as a major component of their attacks: about 90% of the attacks include several enabling steps in the attack belonging to the area of Social Engineering (SE) [Ref.26].

  • CyberROAD - Development of the Cybercrime and Cyber-terrorism Reseach Roadmap

    This project will identify current and future issues in the fight against cyber crime and cyber terrorism in order to draw a roadmap for cyber security research. A detailed snapshot of the technological, social, economic, political, and legal scenario on which cyber crime and cyber terrorism do develop will be first provided. Then, cyber crime and cyber terrorism will be studied, in order to identify priorities and research bottlenecks. The project relies on a large body of competences, since it has 21 partners, from 11 different countries.

  • AF3 - Advanced Forest Fire Fighting

    During the recent years an increase of extreme weather events has resulted in a greater concentration of fires which create a very high risk and lead to large-scale events, particularly destructive and difficult to manage.

    The AF3 project intends to implement capabilities increasing the efficiency of fire-fighting operations, to save human lives and reduce damages to the environment.



  • PYRONES - PYRo-mOdelliNg and Evacuation Simulation system

    Structural fires continue to pose a great threat towards human life and property. Due to the complexity and non-deterministic characteristics of a building fire disaster, it is not a straightforward task to assess the effectiveness of fire protection measures embedded in the building design, planned evacuation strategies and potential modes of response for mitigating the fire’s consequences.

  • Greco-Risks - Hellenic Natural-Hazards Risk-Mitigation System of Systems

    The proposal named "Greco-Risks" Hellenic Natural-Hazards Risk-Mitigation System of Systems (A real time 365/24 operational platform)" was selected for funding in the context of "SYNERGASIA 2011" national research programmes framework. Besides NCSR Demokritos, participating with the Integrated Systems Laboratory (http://isl.iit.demokritos.gr), the consortium includes a well balanced team of relevant government agencies, industry, SMEs and academic partners.

  • SYNAISTHISI - Intelligent Networks for Data Collection and Processing for Energy Conservation

    The purpose of the "SYNAISTHISI" project is to research and build a system that can seamlessly integrate heterogeneous sensor, processing and actuator networks and provide a flexible yet extendable service layer that can translate such networks (devices, sensors, machines, humans, etc.) into reusable service components that are easily “weaved” into applications. For the scope of this project several application scenarios have been identified.

  • HIPOW - Protection of Critical Infrastructure against High Power Microwave Threats

    The main objective of HIPOW is to improve the current European situation regarding awareness of NNEMP/HPM threats and the adequacy of protection of critical infrastructures against the threat by demonstrating to policy makers the seriousness of the deficiencies regarding the current situation, defining and topic “SEC-2011.2.2-2: Protection of Critical Infrastructures (structures, platforms and networks) against Electromagnetic Attacks”. Recommendations derived from HIPOW will be compatible with existing techniques and standards already used for other threats, for example lightning.

  • HIT-GATE - Heterogeneous Interoperable Transportable GATEway for First-Responders

    The need: Public Safety (PS) bodies & First Responders (FR) often employ heterogeneous communication technologies e.g. Analogue Personal Mobile Radio (PMR), TETRA, WIMAX etc. As of this constraint, FR units from different bodies cannot interconnect at the site of the accident when a complex crisis calls for cooperative actions (e.g. fire accident on a vessel inside the port ). The same constraint applies in case of cross-border crisis e.g. forest mega-fires.

  • PACT - Public perception of security and privacy: Assessing knowledge, Collecting evidence, Translating research into action

    PACT is a 36 month collaborative project, which aims 1) to assess existing knowledge about the relation between security and privacy and the role played by trust and concern; 2) to collect empirical evidence through a panEuropean survey on the public perception of the relation between privacy, fundamental rights, and security; 3) to analyze the main factors that affect public assessment of the security and privacy implications of given security technology.

  • ACRIMAS - Aftermath Crisis Management System-of-systems Demonstration

    Crisis management (CM) is a core capability of modern societies, but a highly diversified and heterogeneous area. Current. CM in the EU can be regarded as a “system-of-systems” integrating diverse organisations and components with different cultures, policies and assets, and various stakeholders and procurement schemes. ACRIMAS understands the term “system-of-systems” that it incorporates technology, procedures, organisational concepts, and human factors.

  • PERSEUS - Protection of European seas and borders through the intelligent use of surveillance

    PERSEUS delivers a comprehensive set of validated and demonstrated recommendations and proposes standards. PERSEUS has assembled major users and providers, ensuring privileged access to existing surveillance systems and assets for an optimised coverage of the area of interest. These users will define, assess and validate the alignment of PERSEUS's recommendations to their needs. PERSEUS also includes an evolution mechanism to enlarge the user base and integrate emerging technologies during its lifetime.

  • TASS - Total Airport Security System

    TASS is a multi-segment, multi-level intelligence and surveillance system, aimed at creating an entire airport security monitoring solution providing real-time accurate situational awareness to airport authorities. The TASS concept is based on integrating different types of selected real time sensors: sub-systems for data collection in a variety of modes, including fixed and mobile, all suitable for operation under any environmental conditions.

  • DITSEF - Digital & Innovative Technologies for Security & Efficiency of First responder operations

    DITSEF aims at increasing the effectiveness and safety of First Responders by optimal information gathering and sharing with their higher command levels.
    DITSEF will provide
    - Self-organising, robust ad-hoc communications where the existing infrastructure may be compromised, allowing communication between First Responders and between them and their command level
    - Accurate novel 3D positioning in indoor environments
    - Sensors that offer a reliable overview of the situation and of the potential threats (explosives, chemicals, fire, etc.).

  • HMFM - Hear Me, Feel Me

    The HMFM project deals with the chronic condition of vision impairment.Different degrees of vision impairments are inevitable results of growing old, as the physiology of our eyes changes with time when the eye tissues lose their flexibility and suffer from damages caused by everyday life, different health conditions (such as diabetes or blood pressure) and gravity.The possibilities to prevent vision impairment with technology are very limited, but there are promising possibilities to support the visually impaired elderly in better managing their everyday lives with the help of modern infor

    Ambient Assisted Living (AAL)
  • OPTI-TRANS - Optimised Transport System for Mobile Location-Based Services

    The OPTI-TRANS project aims to create a Mobile GNSS platform which will provide commuters/travellers with the ability to plan their trip in an efficient manner in order to utilise and share a combination of public/private transportation by combining information from various public transport authorities and other private vehicle owners. It will display to the commuters the optimum router/transport combinations for their trips, based on their location.

  • EMERGE - Emergency Monitoring and Prevention

    Delayed calls of emergency medical services (e.g. in case of physical or mental disorders resulting from strokes or falls) lead to increased hospitalisation and movement of elderly people into nursing homes. This decreases their quality of life unnecessarily and causes considerable costs. Due to demographical changes in Europe, this situation is expected to get worse in the future. This problem is addressed in EMERGE by supporting elderly people with innovative emergency monitoring and prevention. Humans are bio-psycho-social beings, whose character is to follow typical behaviour.

  • LIAISON - LocatIon bAsed servIceS for the enhancement of wOrking enviroNment

    The LIAISON project will turn emergent technologies, applications and services into actual business cases in order to allow key European actors to fulfill in a competitive manner the needs of workers in their daily life, for seamless and personalized location services across heterogeneous network. It will provide end-to-end Location Based Services, applications and solutions and will contribute to new business models to secure the sustainability of the services and applications.

  • eSchoolLib - Toolbox for Schoοl Libraries

    The project will cover several needs of a school library like digitizing, archiving, indexing and searching in ac-cordance with an asynchronous educational platform with remote access properties. The project?s target is an automated archiving-indexing tool that permits daily addition of an extensive amount of information and the en-couragement of e-Learning in secondary school students through the provision of selected, quality information.

    GSRT/Ministry of Development
  • Bioathletics - Intelligence Access Control System for entering in athletes events

    The project aims to create an integrated system for controlling the access of persons in athletic organizations. The system consists of two subsystems: the first is dedicated to control the access of the certified persons, while the second is dedicated to control the access of the spectators.

    GSRT/Ministry of Development
  • ATHENS - Athletic Information inside a Stadium

    ATHENS aims to study and develop a new service for informing spectators. Specifically, it aims to provide advanced information services to spectators via a combination of wireless networks and terminal devices. As a sport event, the classic athletics have been chosen. The project aims to provide access through a wireless network to spectators of sport evens, with the emphasis given to classic athletics.

    GSRT/Ministry of Development
  • VIRTULAB - Virtual Laboratories Network for tele-learning and tele-working applications

    The project aims to implement a cooperation network as well as to develop a technology platform based on distant learning technologies and training of engineers in order to strengthen two learning applications: (a) distance learning by mutual use of laboratory infrastructure of the two involved countries, and (b) distance industrial output for short or middle scale production. The ultimate aim of the project is the creation of a ?virtual laboratory?

    GSRT/Ministry of Development
  • WIN - Wireless Internet Network

    WIN is a pilot wireless broadband network for fast internet access at the 3.5 GHz licensed frequency band funded by the IST Program of the European Union Commission. WIN is the first such near commercial size cellular wireless network ever operated at the 3.5 GHz frequency band in Greece. The WIN network consists of two cells covering a large portion, approximately 35, of the Athens bay.


© 2017 - Institute of Informatics and Telecommunications | National Centre for Scientific Research "Demokritos"