COMMON SENSE: Cost-effective sensors, interoperable with international existing ocean observing systems, to meet EU policies requirements
Ni Cheallachain, Cliona
Vilallonga Gamboa, Javier
Sáez Zamora, Jose Alberto
COMMON SENSE is a new project that supports the implementation of European Union marine policies such as the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) and the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP). The project, which was launched in November 2013, is funded by the EC Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) and has been designed to directly respond to requests for integrated and effective data acquisition systems by developing innovative sensors that will contribute to our understanding of how the marine environment functions. COMMON SENSE is coordinated by the Leitat Technological Centre, Spain, and its consortium brings together 15 partners from seven different countries, encompassing a wide range of technical expertise and know-how in the marine monitoring area.
Component: Smart environmental monitoring , Cost effective sensors , Marine strategy framework directive
Barton, J., Ni Cheallachain, C., Magni, P., Cleary, J., Gamboa, J. V., Piwowarczyk, J., Pizarro, C., Moynihan, E., Zamora, J. A. S., Salat, J., Fanjul, P., Grozdanov, A., Confalonieri, F., Lassoued, Y., Heckmann, S. and Challiss, M. (2014) 'COMMON SENSE: Cost-effective sensors, interoperable with international existing ocean observing systems, to meet EU policies requirements', International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, 7(5), pp. 1-6. doi: 10.21307/IJSSIS-2019-114