New public summaries of the SECUR-ED deliverables are now available for download!

The public summaries can also be found in the Downloads section of the website.

D01.2 Quality Control Manual
The Quality Control Manual defines how high level governance principles defined in the Grant Agreement R[1] and in the Consortium Agreement R[2] are enforced by procedures applicable to all daily project activities. Click here to read the full Public Summary

D23.3 Simulation Demonstration

This technical report presents the work performed in setting up and running a demonstration of a distributed simulation model. The context of the demonstration was set up to mimic the situation where the consequences of a gas release in a large metro station is studied by security officers tasked with updating security plans. The basic scenario was taken from one of the main demo activities to be performed in WP43. Click here to read the full Public Summary

D31.3 Inventory of Awareness Raising and Competence Building activities for PT-staff
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D31.2 Best practices for conducting risks assessments
Small and large public transport operators of various types face risks of all sorts, which may affect the achievement of their objectives. Consequently, any risks should be managed in what is called the risk management process. Risk assessment is the central part of this risk management process in so far, as risk assessment provides a structured and logical approach for identifying potential risks, and for analysing the likelihood as well as the potential consequences of any identified risk. This is the basis for informed decision making on the treatment of any risk. Click here to read the full Public Summary

D31.1 State Of The Art Preparedness Approaches Of Pt Operations
This document identifies the range of management arrangements, security plans and procedures that together comprise the Preparedness Handbook. It identifies references to a collection of individual documents that can be considered by public transport operators (PTOs) in the development of their security arrangements. These are intended for any PTO regardless of the type or size of operation involved, organisation or ownership structure. Click here to read the full Public Summary

D32.3 – Generic solutions for protection of line of route infrastructure (tracks, tunnels and bridges), depot and stabling area
This deliverable proposes generic solutions for protection of line of route infrastructure (including tracks, tunnels and bridges), depot and stabling area. Click here to read the full Public Summary

D32.1 Comprehensive solution for protection of passenger facilities
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D32.2 Integrated “model type” solution for train protection solution
Over the last few years, onboard security in public transport has greatly evolved. It is now becoming more and more IP-based and integrated to the ground, thus allowing communication between ground and onboard without noticeable differences. The idea is to make accessible the onboard systems/sensors information to the ground control center (OCC), in order for the OCC operators to be aware in real-time of what is going on, where, and react accordingly. This implies of course continuity and preserved quality for the communication; whenever this is not the case (most of the time with legacy railway systems, tunnels, etc.), data needs to be stored and sent as soon as communication is recovered, but onboard staff needs to remain aware of the onboard situation and key data must be permanently recorded to allow post-event forensic investigations. Click here to read the full Public Summary

D34.1 List of CBRN-E technology bricks – sensor selection
To be prepared for CBRNE related incidents, sensors are required for public transport hubs which enable to detect potential threats, assess the dispersion of the agent and monitor post event contamination and which will measure the effectiveness of the decontamination efforts. Click here to read the full Public Summary

D35.4 Cyber defence capacity
Nowadays, medium to large-sized public transport networks in developed countries feature a large number of information and communication technologies to accomplish the double objective of: simplifying the operation and maintenance of a live transportation network, and also providing a comfortable and pleasant service to the passengers. Click here to read the full Public Summary

D35.1 – Multi-operator data exchange capacity
D35.1 capacity is an innovative supervision system capable to improve information sharing between the multiple stakeholders involved in the day-to-day security management of a urban public transport intermodal exchange node. This capacity provides a consolidated real-time view of the premises, operations, passengers and events in the intermodal exchange node as well as standard & managed communication and information means between stakeholders. Click here to read the full Public Summary

D36.4 Global environment and sources to monitor
Weak signals are “imprecise early indications about an impending impactful event”, which in this context can be defined to be imprecise early indications of scenarios that threaten the public transportation system. Weak signals can be identified anywhere – this document reports the findings of an analysis of weak signals in the global environment. Click here to read the full Public Summary

D43.1 Detailed Scenarios for Paris demonstration
This document has been created to refine and to describe the scenarios to be demonstrated in Paris as part of the SECUR-ED project. Click here to read the full Public Summary

D43.2 Functional Specifications for Paris demonstration
This document D43.2 “Functional Specifications for Paris demonstration” will precise the functional modules and the capacities which must respond to the needs described in D43.1. This security system has to respond to major threats (e.g. Terrorism) and also to more day-to-day threats (theft, aggression, traffic, etc.). Click here to read the full Public Summary

D44.1 – Detailed Scenarios for Milan Demonstration

WP44 “Milan demonstration” develops different technical and operational capacities and procedures in order to improve security operations in Milan urban mass transportation. Click here to read the full Public Summary

D51.1 Guideline to Conduct a Security Audit

This document provides guidance and documents for such a comprehensive audit procedure, and for systematic and objective inspections regarding the performance of security arrangements. It is based on the methodology described in D31.1 – Security Preparedness Handbook. Organisational Procedures – Security Audits, Monitoring and Control and contains guidance in the form of generic procedures in several chapters, each identifying issues a public transport operator has to consider, when preparing, implementing, evaluating and reinforcing own audits. Click here to read the full Public Summary

D52.3 Risk Assessment and Audit Report for IZBAN, Izmir
This report constitutes deliverable D52.3 in the “Secured Urban Transportation – European Demonstration” (SECUR-ED) project; a project in the FP7-SEU-2010-1 work programme. D52.3 is part of work package 52 (WP 52). The objective of the task is to apply the methodologies from WP 21 (enhanced in WP 51) and tools from WP 31. The results of D52.3 provide a risk management report disclosing potential security problems, which may correspond to security capacities developed within the SECUR-ED project. This risk management report deals with security matters for the mass transit rail system serving İzmir/ Turkey and its metropolitan area. Click here to read the full Public Summary

D52.2 Risk Management Report for Lisbon
The objective of this deliverable is to complete a risk management report with application of the methodologies from WP21 (enhanced in WP51), and tools from WP31 to identify the security risks and capacities that could be added in the current system to reach the goal set by the operator security plan. This risk management report deals with security matters for daily crime issues of the suburban rail transport system in the city of Lisbon. Click here to read the full Public Summary

D52.1 Risk Management Report for Bucharest
This report constitutes deliverable D52.1 in the “Secured Urban Transportation – European Demonstration” (SECUR-ED) project; a project in the FP7-SEC-2010-1 work program. Deliverable D52.1 is part of work package 52 (WP52). The objective of this deliverable is to deliver a risk management report with application of methodologies from WP21 (enhanced in WP51) and tools from WP31 to identify the security risks and capacities that could be added in the current system to reach the goal set by the operator security plan. This risk management report deals with security matters for daily crime issues of the surface transport system in the city of Bucharest. Click here to read the full Public Summary

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