INDECT is funded under the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7); grant agreement 218086, as a “Collaborative Project”. INDECT research area is defined by the FP7 call “Increasing the Security of citizens” (SEC-1). INDECT is one out of more than 100 EU projects related to security call in the framework of FP7.
For every Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) research project, there is a duty to disseminate information on the research findings, subject of course to the possible classification of the project and compliance with FP7 IPR rules (i.e. all background and foreground information associated with the research project belong exclusively to the consortium conducting the research project). In effect, the FP7 rules recognize the participants’ interest in keeping information confidential, during the execution of an FP7 project and its exploitation phase. Detailed information on these rules can be found in Annex A of the FP7 Grant Agreement.
For all funded under FP7 projects, and their reports, there are dissemination levels that are indicated by one of the following codes:
- PU = Public
- PP = Restricted to other programme participants (including the Commission Services).
- RE = Restricted to a group specified by the consortium (including the Commission Services).
- CO = Confidential, only for members of the consortium (including the Commission Services).
The vast majority of FP7 reports (including INDECT deliverables) are “PU” (public). Exemptions to public disclosure consider cases which contain financial statements or could impact negatively on law enforcement capabilities or business competitiveness. FP7 Security Programme projects do not contain classified information, but publishing police operational documents means making the police weaker what would be against the idea of increasing security.
- Deliverable 0.5
- INDECT - Ethical Issues - 2009
- Deliverable 0.6
- D0.6 INDECT – Ethical Issues – 2010
- Deliverable 0.7
- INDECT – Ethical Issues – 2011
- Deliverable 0.8
- D0.8 INDECT – Ethical Issues – 2012
- Deliverable 1.1 public version
- Report on the collection and analysis of user requirements
- Deliverable 1.2
- Report on NS and CS hardware construction
- Deliverable 1.3
- 'Document reporting on acquired results of pilot trial'
- Deliverable 1.4
- 'Multimedia database documentation with analysis of recommended algorithms'
- Deliverable 1.5
- "Specification of procedures for data exchange including definition of system usage with respect to the law and police regulations"
- Deliverable 2.1
- Preliminary report on proposed logical structure of the systems
- Deliverable 2.2
- Description of systems architecture
- Deliverable 2.3
- Report on proposed algorithms for positioning, tracking and predicting of the position of tracked objects.
- Deliverable 2.4
- Report on the proposed algorithms and mechanisms for wireless transfer of partitioned spatial data (Proposed algorithms for wireless transfer of spatial data)
- Deliverable 2.5
- Report on the proposed algorithms and methods for autonomous steering and navigation of UAVs (Proposed algorithms and methods for autonomous steering and navigation of UAVs)
- Deliverable 2.6
- Report on the proposed algorithms and mechanisms for cooperation within groups of autonomous UAVs (Proposed algorithms and mechanisms for cooperation within groups of UAVs)
- Deliverable 2.7
- Report on the proposed algorithms for mission planning for groups of autonomous UAVs (Proposed algorithms for mission planning for groups of UAVs)
- Deliverable 2.8
- D2.8 Specification of the prototypes for the implemented subsystems
- Deliverable 4.1
- XML Data Corpus: Report on methodology for collection, cleaning and unified representation of large textual data from various sources: news reports, weblogs, chat.
- Deliverable 4.2
- Report on current state-of-the-art methods for relationship mining
- Deliverable 4.3
- Report on current state-of-the-art on machine learning methods for behavioural profiling