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BRIDGES: FP7 project in support of a
sustainable development of GMES security
governance
EISC Workshop
14 May 2012, Cracow
Denis Bruckert
GMES Coordinator
[email protected]
European
UnionUnion
Satellite Satellite
Centre © 2011
European
Centre
© 2012
Autonomous European Capability
An agency working for the Common Security and Defence Policy of
the EU under the operational direction of the High Representative.
 107 People (84 Staff, 18 Temporary, 5 SNEs)
 Budget 12,3 M € (2011)
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Joint Action - Art. 2: Mission
“The Satellite Centre shall, in
coherence with the European
Security Strategy, support the
decision-making
of
the
European Union in the field of
the CFSP, in particular of the
ESDP, including European Union
crisis management operations,
by
providing, as appropriate,
products resulting from the
analysis of satellite imagery
and collateral data, including
aerial imagery, and related
services.”
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Political Supervision – Operational Direction
JA Art. 3: Political Supervision
The Political and Security Committee
(PSC) will, in accordance with its
responsibilities for CFSP and in particular for
the ESDP, exercise political supervision
over the activities of the Centre and issue
guidance to the Secretary-General / High
Representative on the Centre’s priorities.
JA Art. 4: Operational direction
1. The Secretary-General/High Representative
shall give operational direction to the Centre,
without prejudice to the responsibilities of the Board
and of the Director of the Centre, respectively, as set
out in this Joint Action.
2. In the execution of his tasks as set out in this
Article, the Secretary General/High Representative
shall report as appropriate and at least once every
six months to the Political and Security Committee.
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EEAS – European External Action Service
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EUSC an operational agency ...
EUSC accesses governmental satellite imagery
EUSC produces GEOINT
(Team of about 30 Image Analysts)
EUSC supports EU crisis
management operations
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GMES Security Dimension - Policy
REGULATION (EU) No 911/2010
(art. 23) Security services are an important part of the GMES initiative. Europe will
benefit from the use of space and in-situ assets in support of the implementation of
services responding to the challenges which Europe is facing in the security field,
notably border control, maritime surveillance and support to Union external actions.
GMES Security Dimension - Policy
GMES will contribute to serve EU security needs.
The key areas identified until now are the following:
• Support to EUROSUR (Border Surveillance)
• Support to EU External Actions (SEA)
• Maritime Surveillance
• Homeland Security
EUSC supports service development (FP7 projects).
EUSC supports GMES Security Dimension: expertise provided to
GMES Bureau working groups on Security and to ESA studies
related to the S of GMES.
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GMES Activations (SAFER/GMOSAIC)
Tarnobrzeg
Bratislava
Lorca
Haiti
Nicaragua
Moldova
Tunis
Madeira Algiers
LibyaEgypt Syria
Sana’a
Bosasso
Mogadishu
Kampala
Somalia
Goma Nairobi
Chile
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GMES G-MOSAIC Rapid Geospatial Reporting – Libya // IN SYNERGY WITH SAFER
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EU CARPATHEX 2011 – EUSC Participation (including on field support)
• User: Space Research Centre PAS, CIK Date of Request: 27/07/2011
 Evacuation Maps (Color and B&W):
Evacuation Planning
 3 Evacuation Routes Maps
 2 Time accessibility analysis
 Briefing Notes:
 1 Evacuation Plan
 1 Hazardous materials analysis
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GMES Security Dimension
The Situation today.
 Industry developed useful pre-operational services in FP7 projects,
 GMES BUREAU is working on the definition of GMES Services in support to
Security,
 ESA is working on Space Component related issues (ground stations, etc)
 Emergency services are starting initial operations with a rather clear
“governance” including coordination of user’s requests, management of quota,
authorised users, etc.
The challenges for a sustainable GMES Security Dimension
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Need of sustainable financial resources (e.g. discussion on MFF)
Further develop the services (4 projects funded by FP7 to start in 2012/13)
Data security policy (more sensitive for services dedicated to security)
The governance:
structured dialog between EEAS/DG ENTR/ESA/EDA/EUSC
BRIDGES project (Fp7 CSA funded by the EC) supports the Commission
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BRIDGES (CSA on GMES Security Dimension)
Duration: 2 Years
Budget: 1 M€
Study of several models of governance for sustainable services addressing the
Security Dimension of GMES, including technical, financial and legal implications.
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BRIDGES: Support for the work on the governance
GOVERNANCE …
1 – Governance relates to consistent management, cohesive policies, guidance, processes
and decision-rights for a given area of responsibility.
A fair governance implies that mechanisms function in a way that allows the executives (the
"agents") to respect the rights and interests of the stakeholders (the "principals"), in a spirit of
democracy.
(source Wikipedia)
2 – The BRIDGES project will propose in a constant dialogue with Stakeholders
(respecting their rights and interests) sustainable Governance scenarios for the GMES
Security Dimension.
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BRIDGES: PHASE 1 – Analysis of current situation
 Analysis of relevant existing governance models in the
Space and non-Space domain
(e.g. Galileo, ORFEO, TerraSAR-X, GMES Emergency, EMSA, etc.)
 Background and operational Service Delivery scenarios
(experience of Industry and previous FP7 projects)
The role that the EUSC may play in GMES Security dimension
as a facilitator is a variable to take into consideration
(e.g. Technical coordination of the services provided by the Industry for the S of
GMES is foreseen as well as quality control, validation (certification) and user’s
interface.)
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BRIDGES: PHASE 2 – Definition of scenarios
Definition of Scenarios of governance for GMES Security
dimension:
 Support to EU External Action
 Border Surveillance  Mainly a description of the
current status (EUROSUR driven)
 Maritime Surveillance
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BRIDGES: PHASE 3 – Impact analysis
Impact Analysis:

Legal and Financial implications

Technical Implementation

Cost-Benefit Analysis
All this based on a constant dialogue with the stakeholders:
Users, Institutional and Industry.
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BRIDGES
Stakeholders:
MSs, EEAS, EC,
ESA, EDA, ISS, etc.
Institutional Advisory
Board
User Committee
Industrial Forum
Phase 1
Analysis of the
applicability of
existing
governance models
in the field of Space
Phase 2
Operational service
delivery options
Scenarios of
Governance
Legal Analysis
Phase 3
Technical Implementation
Cost-Benefit Analysis
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Roadmap and Conclusions
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
SECURITY
EXTERNAL
ACTIONS
BRIDGES - GOVERNANCE
GMOSAIC
POST - GMOSAIC
EMERGENCY
SAFER
GMES Pre-operational
Services
GIO EMERGENCY RESPONSE
GIO
(GMES Initial Operations)
GMES
Operations
BRIDGES IS OF PARTICULAR IMPORTANCE TO bring all the work already done by the
EUSC and other stakeholder in the Security Dimension of GMES to the operational status in
2014
The definition of the role of the EUSC is fundamental for ensuring an efficient use of an
existing operational agency with a long-lasting experience with users needs.
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Thank you for your attention!
Denis BRUCKERT
[email protected]
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