Aftermath Crisis Management System-of-systems Demonstration Phase I

ACRIMAS Deliverables


Del. No.

Deliverable Name

Delivery date

D1.1 Project management plan Feb 11
D1.2 Mid-term report Sep 11
D1.3 Final report Apr 12
D2.1 Report on current CM framework Jul 11
The main objective of WP 2 is to describe the current legal, political and institutional framework and their anticipated trends in which CM operations are embedded and organised in the MS and the EU. The results will directly contribute to WP3 for scenario construction and WP4 for gap analysis.
D2.2 Report on misfits Jul 11
Special attention will be given to the assessment of the institutional, legal and political vulnerabilities of the current CM framework with regard to the development of a coherent "System of Systems" CM structure in the EU. The results will directly contribute to WP3 for scenario construction and WP4 for gap analysis
D3.1 Threat/Hazard map for EU CM Aug 11
The main objective of WP3 is to describe challenging current and future tasks and missions to the European CM of relevance for the demonstration programme by constructing a set of scenarios together with end-user representatives. Work delivered in D3.1 is focussed at conducting desk research in order to map possible threats and hazards leading to a crisis challenging the CM processes:
  • Map various potential hazards and threats related to EU CM
  • Map historical hazards and threats that resulted or might result into CM related crises
  • Prioritise and select threats related to CM based on the definition of a 'crisis'
  • Develop one relevant and challenging scenario for every identified mission (following ESRIF WG4 on Crisis Management): natural disasters, terrorist attack, industrial accident, humanitarian crisis, CSDP missions.
D3.2 Scenario proposal report Aug 11
Following the parameterisation of scenarios, i.e.
  • the analysis of hazard and threats based on expected CM crises to identify general parameters for developing CM Scenarios,
  • the identification of the common challenges and needs that responders face based on the abovementioned hazard-/threat-analysis, by looking into the nine thematic areas (Common organisational and legislative frameworks, Situation awareness, Decision support, Deployment of resources, Communications, Training tools/methods, Restoration of basis services, Media involvement, and European coordination of Humanitarian operations), and
  • the selection of a general set of scenarios a final synthesis report including a proposal for demonstration scenarios and the general CM-related verification parameters will be produced.
D4.1 Inventory report Jul 11
Specification and describtion of national and European organisations' capabilities and operating procedures that will have an impact on the emerging CM systems, as related to the scenarios developed in WP3.
D4.2 Gaps analysis report Oct 11
Identification of gaps in current European organisations' capabilities and procedures.
D4.3 Requirements specification report Oct 11
Identification of user needs and requirements based on D4.2.
D5.1 Approaches and solutions report Feb 12
Based on a systematic identification of the current situation, the technological state-of-the-art and research including available results from relevant, past projects and on-going activities in European and national research programmes, the situation as related to the identified needs and requirements will be identified and described. These solutions will be divided into nine categories corresponding with the nine thematic areas (see D3.2).
D6.1 Roadmap Apr 12
The deliverable is dedicated to producing a coherent roadmap describing the findings of WP4 as well as their background in other WPs. Tasks of WP4 are
  • the demonstration of infrastructure needs: demonstration platforms, analysis of generalisation mechanisms of demonstration results, knowledge transfer mechanisms between different European stakeholders,
  • the demonstration of best practices: guidelines on how to plan, perform and evaluate demonstration and experiment activities, guidance on best-practices for demonstration orchestration,
  • the Demonstration and Experimentation (DE) topics assessment: demonstration topics that need to be addressed, demonstration topics that need to be addressed by other means than DE (incl. sequencing of research and development needs), criteria for continued evaluation of demonstration topics and development needs and,
  • the portfolio assessment and DE concept: definition and preparation of the CM integrative process/ continuous management method.
  • The roadmap should be written with focus on usability and facilitate dissemination to a wide range of stakeholders.
D6.2 D&E concept Apr 12
The DE Concept delivers the method for implementing the roadmap and conducting DE activities in phase II (see also D6.1).
D7.1.1 ACRIMAS Dissemination Plan Apr 11
The dissemination plan contains and describes all planned dissemination activities of the ACRIMAS project.
D7.1.2 ACRIMAS Dissemination report Apr 12
The dissemination report compiles the results of all conducted dissemination activities of the ACRIMAS project.
D7.2.1 ACRIMAS contact database Apr 12
Starting from the already existing networks of ACRIMAS partners, an exhaustive list of the key players will be drawn.
D7.2.2 Final liaison report Apr 12
The final liaison report compiles all relevant liaison activities conducted during the ACRIMAS project.
D7.4 ACRIMAS Website online Mar 11
D7.5 1st ACRIMAS Workshop Report Jul 11
D7.6 2nd ACRIMAS Workshop Report Sep 11
D7.9 ACRIMAS Final Event Technical Report Apr 12
The ACRIMAS Final Event Technical Report compiles the proceedings and conclusions of the ACRIMAS Final Event and Pilot Case.