The Decismar project is a 42-month, 7.9m Euro development defence projects funded by the E.C.
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The project is developed within the framework of the European Defence Industrial Development Programme (EDIDP), supported by the MoDs of Greece and Cyprus, including by means of co-funding. The DECISMAR consortium comprises 12 EU SME companies established in 7 EU Member States i.e., Greece, Cyprus, France, Italy, Spain, Bulgaria, and Ireland. The consortium coordinator is the Greek company ETME.

The main objective of the project is to develop a prototype software toolbox that will facilitate and greatly automate decision-making processes and procedures related to the upgrade of maritime surveillance through the integration of legacy assets with the new, innovative solutions.

Within this context, one of the project’s high-level objectives is to ensure that DECISMAR complies fully with the High-Level Operational Requirements (HLORs) as determined by the Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) project of Upgrade of Maritime Surveillance (UMS).
The DECISMAR project was successfully launched on December 1st, 2020.