In view of the fact that CAMELOT aims at reducing the end-user’s workload, while increasing the  situational  awareness  during  border  surveillance  operations,  through  the development and demonstration of different advanced command and control service modules for multiple platform  domains,  based  on  a  Service-Oriented  Architecture  (SOA)  that  specifies  internal and external interfaces, allowing the development of a modular and scalable command and control station, customisable to the user needs; a non-invasive Mental Workload Assessment will be performed. Subsequently, appropriate endorsements and copies of ethics approvals for the research with humans have been obtained and the due confirmation must be sent to the European Commission (EC)services. Accordingly, this document is focused essentially in providing the proper contextualization of the ethics approvals in light of the Declaration of Helsinki (DoH), Regulation 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation or “GDPR”) and the latest H2020 Ethical guidelines and recommendations, in order to comply with all set of laws, policies and regulations concerning this subject matter. Attached to this document (Annex I) is a meticulous form, build by our Partner FCIENCIAS, and submitted to the Comissão de Ética para Recolha e Protecção de Dados de Ciência (CERPDC)–Ethics Commission for the Acquisition and Protection of Scientific Information in order to obtain authorisation of for the execution of the Mental Workload Assessment studies. Approval by the CERPDC can be found in Annex II.