AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER SYSTEMS –A FEASIBLE TOOL TO INCREASE THE RESILIENCE OF MARITIME CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE Cover Image

AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER SYSTEMS –A FEASIBLE TOOL TO INCREASE THE RESILIENCE OF MARITIME CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER SYSTEMS –A FEASIBLE TOOL TO INCREASE THE RESILIENCE OF MARITIME CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Author(s): Daniel-Cornel Tanasescu
Subject(s): Environmental and Energy policy, International relations/trade, Security and defense, Military policy, Welfare systems
Published by: ”Carol I” National Defence University Publishing House
Keywords: port infrastructure security; terrorist threats; resilience; autonomous technological solutions;
Summary/Abstract: It is considered that in the field of safety and port infrastructure security,vulnerable objectives and considered as targets from the perspective of the terrorist threat are represented by: operating platforms and equipment, ships, oil and chemical terminals,bridges and inland access ways, transport facilities, industrial processing capabilities in the proximity area. A comprehensive and realistic approach to setting up measures to increase the resilience of such a complex system includes: the dimension of information security,common operating rules and procedures between inter-institutional actors, the implementation of autonomous technological solutions with high effectiveness and minimum risk to the human factor.

  • Page Range: 156-165
  • Page Count: 10
  • Publication Year: 2018
  • Language: English