The following are downloadable files of the TRESSPASS project Public Deliverables

Deliverable Abstract
D1.2a "Conceptual Model (public version)" This document describes the development of the TRESSPASS conceptual model for risk-based border control.

D1.3 "High-Level Scenarios"

Within the scope of TRESSPASS, a new so-called risk-based concept has been developed to perform security checks at border crossing points at Europe’s external borders. This deliverable (D1.3) develops scenarios illustrating how future border management could take place according to the TRESSPASS concept. In order to lay the groundwork for the design of realistic scenarios, a gap analysis has been carried out identifying the key gaps between the current state of the art and possible future risk-based border control. A set of exploratory scenarios are presented here, highlighting how the TRESSPASS concept could be implemented at three different European Union border crossing points namely air, land and sea. For each border-crossing point, there is a focus on the range of threats considered most relevant.

D1.4 "Analysis of the legal and regulatory framework"

This document aims to identify existing legal boundaries to the implementation of risk-based border management approaches as well as to provide inputs for refining the proposed concept according to current legal standards in this document.  We present a structured review of the current legal and regulatory framework of the European Union regulating checks on travellers and goods at the frontiers, with a particular focus on  its  most   recent developments.
D2.5 "Multinational risk based cooperation" This document describes existing mechanisms for information exchange in the context of border control, what kind of information is involved in the implementation of risk-based border control in air, land and sea modalities and how the required information exchange was defined within the TRESSPASS project.

D6.1 "Observational studies methodology and research framework"

This deliverable outlines the methodological plan and research framework for WP6, T6.1“Operational observation studies for validating and supporting CONOPS definition”. An overview of the theoretical foundations is discussed in section 2 as a source of the key questions which will be asked of the operational context during the course of the empirical research work.
D9.1 "Report on the set-up of the Ethical Advisory Board" This report describes the composition and role of the TRESSPASS Ethical Advisory Board (EAB). The TRESSPASS EAB was definitively established slightly in advance on September 24, 2018 and is composed of three core members, one internal and two external. The internal member is Dr. Elisa Orrù, who will also act as Chair of the Board. The two external members are Dr. Marina P. Markellou, a lawyer with extensive experience on security research ethics and Dr. Maria Grazia Porcedda, an academic expert on data protection and cyber security issues.
D9.2 "Project Baseline for Research Ethics" This deliverable is about ethical and legal compliance of the research activities conducted in TRESSPASS. It presents the issues that have been identified as potentially critical from an ethical and legal perspective (including data protection, research with humans, use of data for profiling etc.) in the context of the TRESSPASS project and the criteria for assessing ethical compliance of the project research. 
D9.3 "Periodic ethical report 1" This deliverable is about the activities conducted in WP 9 "Ethics and Data Protection" during the first period of the TRESSPASS project. It includes the activities addressing ethical and data protection issues that emerged in TRESSPASS as well as the input provided to other WPs regarding informed consent procedures, incidental findings strategies, declarations of ethical compliance etc. It also describes the progress made towards completion of the post-grant requirements set out in the Ethics Summary Reports and the current state of the WP12 deliverables (Ethics Documentation). 
D9.4 'Periodic ethical report 2 Ref. Ares (2020)7753672 - 18/12/2020"
This deliverable is the second periodic ethical report and presents the activities carried out in TRESSPASS WP 9 "Ethics and Data Protection" during the second project period. It covers the period from 1.08.2019 (the end of the period reported in the D9.3) till 30.11.2020. 
The reported activities refer to issues of data protection and ethics compliance during research, technology development and testing in the TRESSPASS project. These include the preparation of guidelines and templates, ad hoc advice, consultation and decisions of the Ethical Advisory Board (EAB) and further input to other WPs and consortium members in order to meet the requirements set out in the Ethics Check Report. Finally, the Deliverable addresses the Recommendations by the PO and Reviewers after the 1st Review in June 2020 which involve ethical aspects.
D9.6: "Typology of ethical, legal and societal issues of risk based screening" In this report, we identify the ethical, legal and societal aspects (ELSAs) that become relevant as unintended negative effects of implementing risk based border checks as part of a future border management regime.
D9.7 "Framework for assessing direct ethical, legal and societal impact of risk based border screening concepts" Based on the typology of ethical, legal and societal issues of risk-based border management presented in TRESSPASS’s deliverable D9.6, this report is a preliminary and partial definition of a framework for impact assessment. The framework aims at allowing a comparative assessment of different procedural designs for border checks. It aims at allowing a better understanding of the trade-offs involved in introducing especially risk-based border checks as part of a future border management regime. This is done by comparing the effects of the procedural designs of border crossing points along with the twelve types of relevant impact specified in the typology.
D10.1 "Project Web Portal" This deliverable documents the creation of the initial version of the TRESSPASS project website. The ultimate goal is to achieve increased visitor’s satisfaction by offering a pleasant and meaningful website user experience with a flexible navigation, where the user will be able to get the most of benefits. The descriptions provided in this report mainly focus on the user interface design and content, whereas shows, as well, the specification and the technical development behind the website. 
D10.2 "Project flyer"
This deliverable documents the design of the first version of the TRESSPASS flyer. The project flyer aims to reflect the innovative TRESSPASS BCP concept through an integrated system methodology and architecture, establishing it as a key component in the TRESSPASS Dissemination and Communication strategy since it ensures that the project is properly publicized and its results are visible. It is comprised of five sections: Introduction to TRESSPASS, Concept and Methodology, System Architecture, Field Test Demonstrations, Project and Contact information.
The project flyer will be updated throughout the project lifetime to provide message in line with project progress.