Project CAMELOT is an innovative action that seeks to achieve excellency throughout its lifespan by building on several on-going efforts from major standardization bodies and on intellectual property of its partners, taking them one step further. CAMELOT's results will be disseminated with a strong presence in events and digital platforms frequented by target audience, highlighted in deliverable D10.1: Communication, dissemination and awareness raising strategies. This presence will reinforced by the production of public deliverables and scientific publications that will allow monitoring of the project and dissemination throughout its lifespan:
Public Deliverables: the production of public deliverables is considered extremely important since these documents are a living proof of the technological advancements achieved in CAMELOT and are considered by the consortium to be key enablers of the dissemination strategy of CAMELOT.
Pilots: the CAMELOT project foresees two pilot demonstrations serving the following purposes: 1) to validate CAMELOT services in the most representative environments and operations of border control practice (both land and sea), and 2) to give the opportunity to end-users to interact directly with the technology and provide valuable feedback to industry enabling future commercial exploitation.
This section comprises the list of public deliverables comprised in the Grant Agreement of project CAMELOT.
Most EU Member States have already implemented border surveillance systems. Hence, practitioners are interested in understanding what new capabilities and functionalities are available on the market or close to coming to market and how these can be integrated with their existing systems. Some examples are already in place regarding practitioners running projects for replacing their existing surveillance systems with new systems built from scratch (for example the case of Dutch Coast Guard which has an ongoing project to develop its C2 system). CAMELOT foresees 2 demonstrations serving two purposes:
To validate CAMELOT services in the most representative environments and operations of border control practice (both land and sea)
To give the opportunity to end-users to interact directly with the technology and provide valuable feedback to industry enabling future commercial exploitation.