D.1.1 Concept of Operations and System requirements

CAESARIS project aims at developing a new, integrated security and search-and-rescue airborne solution conceived to detect people, both visible and hidden behind opaque layers (like foliage, trailer covers, boat covers) or in darkness and reduced visibility conditions.
CAESARIS people detection platform targets mainly Law Enforcement market (Homeland Surveillance and Security, smuggling, human trafficking, terrorism, etc.). However, Search and Rescue (victims detection, natural disaster area inspection, maritime missions, etc.) will be also considered as a secondary market
This document defines the concept of operations of CAESARIS system from the point of view of the end user for the main application (Homeland Security – Law enforcement market), who could be any national or EU Security Agency.

system requirements (1.9 MB)

D.1.2 System specification

This document aims to define CAESARIS specifications, which are derived from CONOPS and System Requirements, in order it could be used as reference document for development processes.
This specification permits to know the basic principles in which CAESARIS system design has been focused (e.g. open architecture, component-based design and model-driven architecture)

CAESARIS specifications (3.0 MB)

D.2.2 Certification Plan

This document presents the scope of work needed for the purpose of achieving the ability to perform research flights with the system developed within the scope of the CAESARIS project. The presented scope and methodology have application only to the system developed in the CAESARIS project and may not be used in the case of other systems or devices.

Certification Plan (2.8 MB)

D.2.3 Risk analysis and mitigation plan

This document aims to define the risk management plan that will be applied by consortium members for risk management during CAESARIS project execution.
The main objective of risk management is to early detect and control any potential project deviation that could affect project execution in terms of scope, schedule and budget.
Risk management is an iterative process that comprises two sequential stages for each iteration:
a) Elicitation: Designated members of the project will collect and describe potential risks, based on various project domains (e.g. technical, integration, operational, etc.)
b) Analysis: Periodically, a risk evaluation board will analyze and prioritize the list of detected risk. This analysis will determine which risk must be closely monitored and will prepare contingency plans if required.

Risk analysis and mitigation plan (307.7 KB)