TRITON Final Test at the JRC

27 October 2015

On October 28th and 29th researchers from different Areas of ISMB will carry on the final tests on the prototypes developed during the TRITON project at the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission in Ispra, Italy. The test campaign has been designed to stress the Robust On-board Ship Equipment (ROSE) prototype with intentional interfering signals and spoofing attacks. The Institute for the Protection and Security of Citizens (IPSC) at JRC offers its effective endorsement to TRITON and makes available its outstanding facilities.

TRusted vessel Information from Trusted On-board iNstrumentation (TRITON) is an R&D project that focuses on increasing the trustworthiness of on-board instrumentation used to report vessel information to the control organisms.
TRITON is funded by the European Union trough the Seventh Framework Programme. The project is coordinated by Marco Pini and it involves the Navigation Technologies and Multi-Layer Wireless Solutions Research Areas from ISMB, whereas the partnership is composed by Kongsberg Norcontrol IT AS (Norway), Acorde Technologies SA (Spain), 7I Group AB (Sweden), Alpha Consultants SRL (Italy), Granturco and Partners SPRL (Belgium).