Digital Defense, Aerospace & Homeland Security
Approach & Solution
Referrals from Online Service Providers (OSPs), detection technologies and constantly increasing reports of suspicious material from users are key elements in combating child sexual exploitation (CSE) but are also the cause of the grown volume of reports which together with the risen distribution of CSEM online is pushing OSPs to their operational limits.
This has a significant impact on their ability to prevent CSE crimes, rescue children already in danger, and investigate and prosecute perpetrators.
Engineering brings in the project a long-time experience in analyzing, designing, and developing intelligent and autonomous systems, leads the system integration activities and supports the implementation of the chain of custody to guarantee the traceability of the investigative flow, in compliance with privacy, legal and ethical constraints. The project has received co-funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 programme - Contract No. 883341.
Improving of LEAs capabilities and cooperation
Improved performance of analysis tools
Reducing the investigators' manual work
Uptake of the solution by EUROPOL and LEAs in Member States
Optimising the management of reports by OSPs
AI & Advanced Analytics
AR MR VR
Research & Innovation