Developing effective guidelines and collaborative methodologies for LEAs investigations.
Developing a set of tools for Internet Forensics.
Demonstrating the impact of the RAMSES platform, through several pilot exercises in different countries, training and awareness campaigns.
WHO WE ARE
University of Kent
Research Centre on Security and Crime
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
College of the Bavarian Police
Politecnico di Milano
Belgian Federal Police
Cuerpo Nacional de Policía
You can now download the project flyer.
We are glad to announce that collaboration with a relevant H2020 project PROPHETS (https://www.prophets-h2020.eu/) has started. Both projects aim to share lessons learned around the development of specific tools for LEAs. PROPHETS (Preventing Radicalisation Online through the Proliferation of Harmonised Toolkits) aims to counter online radicalisation, cybercrime, and cyberterrorism at their origins. Behavioural radicalisation can be[…]
The second RAMSES newsletter has been released! Read it here
The RED-Alert project will bring data mining and predictive analytics tools to the next level, developing novel Natural Language Processing (NLP), Semantic Media Analysis (SMA), Social Network Analysis (SNA), Complex Event Processing (CEP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies. These technologies will be combined for the first time and validated by law enforcement agencies (LEAs) to[…]
The first RAMSES newsletter has just been released. Click here if you want to read it.
Trilateral Research will host an expert workshop to discuss the privacy, ethical and social impacts of the RAMSES platform on 23 November in Canterbury. The aim of this consultation workshop is to validate the initial findings on the legal, ethical and social dimensions of the RAMSES platform; to identify additional issues; and to receive advice[…]
RAMSES will hold the fourth face-to-face meeting on Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd November in Canterbury, UK. Our colleagues from the University of Kent will be our hosts.
A collaboration between the two projects has started. PROTON project (https://www.projectproton.eu/) aims at improving existing knowledge on the processes of recruitment to organised crime and terrorist networks through an innovative integration between social and computational sciences. The focus of the collaboration will be both on the technical side, by taking advantages of lessons learned and[…]
The project’s flyer is now available. You can download it by clicking here.
We are glad to announce that collaboration with a relevant H2020 co-funded project DANTE has started (http://h2020-dante.eu) started. The DANTE project aims to deliver more effective, efficient, automated data mining and analytics solutions and an integrated system to detect, retrieve, collect and analyse huge amount of heterogeneous and complex multimedia and multi-language terrorist-related contents, from[…]
Hello world! RAMSES starts on 1st September 2016