Project Details

TENACITy: Travelling intelligENce Against CrIme and Terrorism

Project Period: 1. 9. 2022 - 31. 8. 2025

Project Type: grant

Code: 101074048

Agency: European Comission EU


Czech title
TENACITy: Cestující inteligence proti kriminalitě a terorismu

blockchain, PNR, API, Ethereum, IPFS


LEAs use the data in their information systems as their basis for making decisions that affect the safety of European citizens. According to a recent report of the European Court of Auditors on the EU Information Systems use, it has been found out that individual countries have different perception and methodologies on how data  management should be addressed; officers from LEAs have stated that not all datasets are included in their systems, while other data is either not complete and accurate or not entered in a timely manner. The same report states that there are regulatory and cultural issues, according to which some countries do not make all the functions offered in the central EU systems available through their national systems. TENACITy envisions to address these challenges by proposing a 3-pillar approach: (a) Modern and effective tools for exploitation of travel intelligence data by security authorities: TENACITy proposes an interoperable open architecture for the integration and analysis of multiple transactional, historical and behavioural data from a variety of sources, by exploiting game changing digital technologies; (b) Training and sensitisation of
LEAs personnel: TENACITy envisions the design of a living lab to be established to organise hackathons, workshops for all relevant stakeholders who would benefit from the use of passenger data and digital technologies proposed; (c) Holistic approach to crime prevention: TENACITy vision is to implement and demonstrate a Travel Intelligence Governance Framework that will incorporate a holistic approach to crime prevention, will ensure that the proposed digital technologies will support the identification of the modus operandi of criminal and terrorism organizations and will include policy makers in the governance process, examining how the new tools will provide new capabilities to shape the regulations.

Team members
Veselý Vladimír, Ing., Ph.D. (UIFS FIT VUT) , research leader
Dolejška Daniel, Ing. (UIFS FIT VUT)
Jeřábek Vladimír, Ing. (UIFS FIT VUT)
Koutenský Michal, Ing. (UIFS FIT VUT)
Lichtner Ondrej, Ing. (UIFS FIT VUT)
Perešíni Martin, Ing. (UITS FIT VUT)
Pluskal Jan, Ing., Ph.D. (UIFS FIT VUT)
Reš Jakub, Ing. (UITS FIT VUT)
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