Mapping: STRAW

STRAW stands for Security Technology Active Watch. STRAW is a support action under the Security Research theme that aims at providing a European Service of Technology Watch on Security Technologies. The concept of STRAW is to bring together the defence and security research industry by a neutral coordination to ensure the awareness of underpinning technologies that make possible the implementation of civil security applications. There are two ongoing initiatives on technology taxonomy within EU, one from the industry and another from military community. STRAW aims at harmonizing both under the umbrella of an European Technology Watch in order to advise public authorities, EU security research community and public at large on emerging technologies.

Website

http://cordis.europa.eu/projects/rcn/91023_en.html

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aims & objectives rationales & background context & domain coverage methodology & work plan territorial scope funding & duration time horizon(s) target groups methodology & domain experts research & support teams sponsors & champions participation scale cooperation & networking pr & marketing key & emerging technologies visions, scenarios & forecasts swot & grand challenges teepse drivers, trends & megatrends wild cards & week signals pathways & roadmaps models & frameworks investments & training appropriation & dissemination policies & actions (fhs) research alliances initiatives priorities & strategies capacities & skills paradigms & current visions knowledge-based products & services socioeconomic & s&t systems behaviour, attitudes & lifestyles practices players outcomes