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SUCBAS & MARSUR Networking

There is no “One cooperation fit’s it all.” Economic growth is essential to society. Some countries are able to reduce energy consumption and have economic growth; others depend on higher energy consumption. The world’s economy growth principle pushes the energy demand to the threshold of limited resources with increasing environmental impact. When abuse of the […]

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MARSUR Winds

Maritime Surveillance (MARSUR) Networking in the European Union On the 30th of June 2011 the European Defence Agency (EDA) wrote history with a live presentation of »Maritime Surveillance (MARSUR) Networking«. 150 senior high level representatives and nearly 300 guests were attending the presentation given by Mr. Pasi Staff, Chairman of Project Team. The MARSUR low […]

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Maritime Security from a Systems View

From Cold War Systems to multinational Civilian-Military Information Exchange The Past Inter-governmental and inter-services approach, civilian-military co-operation or standardization are no new idea or concept. History has numerous examples, and maybe modern standardization has its roots in the ancient civilizations of Babylon and early Egypt, where physical standards for weight and measurements of the Sumerians […]

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The Neutrality of Data

“Data” – as the Latin plural of “datum”, neuter past participle of dare, “to give”, hence “something given” – is the lowest level of abstraction from which information and then knowledge are derived. People and computers collect data and impose patterns, which transforms information into knowledge. Words like “civilian”, “military”, “public”, “restricted”, etc. pp. only […]

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