The SECUR-ED Project was a demonstration project with the objective to provide a set of tools to improve urban transport security. Participants included numerous the major stakeholders from across Europe.
Based on best practices, SECUR-ED integrated a consistent, interoperable mix of technologies and processes, covering all aspects, from risk assessment to complete training packages. These solutions also reflected the very diverse environment of mass transportation and also considered societal and legacy concerns.
SECUR-ED’s rationale was to create a global European improvement in mass transportation security through the development of packaged modular solutions validated through the demonstrations (4 main ones plus additional satellite demonstrations). These solutions were aimed to be used on transport systems in the medium and large sized cities of Europe.
Its main reusable results can be found in its White Paper for public transport stakeholders.
- Duration: April 2011 – September 2014
- Budget: € 40 m ( € 25 m EU-funded)
- Coordinator: THALES
- Partners: ALSTOM, ANSALDO STS, ATM, AXIS, BOMBARDIER, CEA, CONSORCIO TRANSPORTES MADRID, DEUTSCHE BAHN, EDI SOFT, EMEF, EMT MADRID, EOS, FERROVIENORD, FOI, FRAUNHOFER, GTEAM SECURITY, HAMBURG CONSULT, ICCA, INECO, INOV, JRC, GENDARMERIE, METRO BILBAO, MTRS3, NICE, RATB, RATP, SAFRAN MORPHO, SELEX ES, SNCF, STIB, TCDD, TNO, UNIFE, TU DRESDEN, UNIVERSITAT PADERBORN, UNIVERSITETET I STAVANGER, UNIVERSITAT WURZBURG, VTT