Deliverables & Publications

June 2018

BODEGA Sixth Dissemination report This document constitutes the sixth of the six six-monthly reports that will be produced throughout the BODEGA project in order to summarise the dissemination activities carried out in the previous six months. The activities illustrated in the present report have been conducted during the period between M31 and M36 (December 2017 – May 2018).

December 2017

BODEGA Press Release BODEGA - Workshop on Future Border Control - Toward Smart Human / Machine Task Allocation - Communiqué.
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BODEGA Public deliverable summary D7.5 - End-user Workshop 4 - Innovative Interaction Assessment - Summary
BODEGA Fifth Dissemination report This document constitutes the fifth of the six six-monthly reports that will be produced throughout the BODEGA project in order to summarise the dissemination activities carried out in the previous six months. The activities illustrated in the present report have been conducted during the period between M25 and M30 (June 2017 – November 2017).

October 2017

BODEGA Second Newsletter link

July 2017

Paper delivered during the AHFE conference Passenger flows are continuously increasing in Europe and the number of border guards does not increase as quickly as it needs. The use of automatic systems such as e-gates and kiosks is envisaged to enhance security and to facilitate the border crossing. Border control activity should be thoroughly studied in order to understand in which ways it would be impacted by the introduction of more technological systems. The purpose of this study is to analyze the current border guards’ activities from a human factor point of view and to provide recommendations and requirements regarding the introduction of the future regulation and the use of automatic systems. The paper introduces the methodology used to investigate human factors at four types of borders based on a systemic human factors approach, organizational factors, technical tools and environmental aspects.

June 2017

BODEGA Fourth Dissemination report This document constitutes the fourth of the six six-monthly reports that will be produced throughout the BODEGA project in order to summarise the dissemination activities carried out in the previous six months. The activities illustrated in the present report have been conducted during the period between M19 and M24 (December 2016 – May 2017))
BODEGA Fourth dissemination report

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BODEGA Public deliverable summary D4.1 Models from the field studies and Literature analysis focused on Human Factors implied at Border crossing - Summary

May 2017

Joint BODEGA-ABC4EU Showcase Event Report This document presents an overview of the activities carried out and the results achieved during the showcase held on May 2nd-5th 2017 in Levi, Finland
Joint BODEGA-ABC4EU Showcase Event Report

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BODEGA Public deliverable summary D8.7 Exploitation plan – Summary

March 2017

BODEGA Public deliverable summary D7.4 – End User Workshop 3, Best practices in Border Control Staff & training - Summary

February 2017

BODEGA Public deliverable summary D3.3 Initial end-user needs and requirements at border control regarding the existing system and the future Smart Borders system - Summary

January 2017

Paper published in January 2017 How can technology assessment methodologies be developed to move ethical questions to the forefront of enquiry? This methodological question was one of the key factors in an exercise in Responsible Research and Innovation carried out as part of SNIFFPHONE, a project on medical diagnostics. This paper discusses the methods used to apply Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in SNIFFPHONE, one of the European Commission’s H2020 projects. In addition we will describe shortly implementation plan and first activities of RRI in another H2020 project, called BODEGA. The aim of the project is to build an expertise at the European level about human factors in future smart borders (e.g. ABC gates, video based risk analysis) in a way to enhance its efficiency without negative side effects. From technology assessment to responsible research and innovation (RRI)
Deliverable 7.1 This deliverable provides a description of BODEGA project’s stakeholder map and network and its applicability in the project

December 2016

BODEGA Third Dissemination report This document constitutes the third of the six six-monthly reports that will be produced throughout the BODEGA project in order to summarise the dissemination activities carried out in the previous six months. The activities illustrated in the present report have been conducted during the period between M13 and M18 (June 2016 – November 2016))
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BODEGA Public deliverable summary D2.3 RRI Methodology for Project and Development of Initial Scenarios – Summary

June 2016

Press release This press release reports on BODEGA field studies carried out at Rome Fiumicino Airport on June 21st-22nd 2016.
BODEGA press release - June 2016

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BODEGA Second Dissemination report This document constitutes the second of the six six-monthly reports that will be produced throughout the BODEGA project in order to summarise the dissemination activities carried out in the previous six months. The activities illustrated in the present report have been conducted during the period between M7 and M12 (December 2015 – May 2016)
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Deliverable D8.8 BODEGA showcases: objectives and plan
BODEGA Poster
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BODEGA Public deliverable summary D3.2 Smart Borders Scenarios - Summary

May 2016

BODEGA paper delivered during the 2016 WCRR conference The European Union is developing a new organisational concept of its borders, the “Smart Border Initiative”, in order to facilitate door-to-door travel and improve economic exchanges. Within this framework, and to cope with the increasing demands of growing cross-border flows, the Border Guard authorities are searching for new innovative solutions for border checks technologies, processes and will invest in infrastructure. The challenge is to organise a new efficient border control facing up to the risks and threats linked to illegal immigration without penalising the normal flows of passengers and goods needed by the European economy. From the traveller’s point of view, the border checks should be a simple, fast and hassle free process. In this context of a future vision of the borders, the European project named “BODEGA” (BOrDErGuArd – Proactive Enhancement of Human Performance in Border Control; www.bodega-project.eu) will help travellers to access and pass the border control system smoothly by introducing totally new and innovative tools for border guard training and traveller guidance. BODEGA’s approach will proactively target the needs and requirements of different groups of stakeholders, including citizens, especially regular travellers. BODEGA will develop recommendations to improve the overall performance in border checks and therefore contribute to the effectiveness and security of European borders. The originality of this approach is to develop a multi-disciplinary international expertise and develop a novel methodology including ethical, societal and legal considerations into a set of human, organisational and technical factors. Within the project, the International Union of Railways (UIC) will defend the railway interests vis-à-vis other transport modes. UIC will implement practical cases concerning field studies at border control. UIC will also collect and analyse the end users’ current and future needs from the point of view of human, organisational and technical aspects. UIC will also be in charge of the dissemination within the rail sector. The expected impacts for the railways are to improve the efficiency and attractiveness of rail transport by facilitating the flow of regular travellers and speeding up border crossing for travellers.
BODEGA article in UIC Focus - April 2016
Focus: Europe – Innovating for the Future European ay System BODEGA article in UIC focus

April 2016

BODEGA Presentation General presentation of the project given by UIC during the transport Research Arena (TRA) conference held on 17-21 April 2016, Warsaw, Poland
BODEGA general presentation, TRA 2016

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BODEGA Public deliverable summary D2.2 State of the art report for ethical, societal and RRI approaches in Border Control – Summary

March 2016

BODEGA article in a Finnish journal Teknologia on yhä tärkeämpää rajatarkastajan työssä. Rajavartija käyttää erilaisia tietojärjestelmiä ja teknisiä apuvälineitä päivittäin. Esimerkiksi asiakirja- ja sormenjälkilukijoita hyödynnetään maahantuloedellytysten tutkinnassa ja maastalähtötarkastuksissa. link

January 2016

BODEGA First Newsletter link
BODEGA Public deliverable summary D8.5 User guide for the private Internet workspace – Summary
BODEGA Public deliverable summary D8.6 Social media strategy – Summary

December 2015

BODEGA Public deliverable summary D3.1 Human factors and motivational issues in border guards’ work: in the front of Smart Borders – Summary
BODEGA Public deliverable summary D8.4 Project website report – Summary

October 2015

BODEGA presentation on Testing the borders of the future Presentation delivered by KEMEA at the 2015 EU-Lisa conference
BODEGA presentation on Testing the borders of the future (At EU Lisa conference))

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BODEGA Public deliverable summary D2.1 Research ethics guidelines for project I – Summary

September 2015

BODEGA Public deliverable summary D8.1 Dissemination strategy – Summary

June 2015

BODEGA First Dissemination report This document constitutes the first of the six six-monthly reports that will be regularly produced throughout the BODEGA project in order to summarise the dissemination activities carried out in the previous six months.
BODEGA First Dissemination report

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BODEGA Public deliverable summary D8.3 Private Internet Workspace – Summary