ROXANNE Horizon 2020 Project Wraps up with a Final Conference


The November conference organised by the ROXANNE  (Real time netwOrk, teXt and speaker ANalytics for combating orgaNized crimE) project consortium was a bitter-sweet occasion as it marked the end of a three years-long collaboration.

The organisation of the event began earlier this year, led by the Dissemination and Communication Work Package lead, Capgemini Technology Services, and supported by Trilateral Research and IDIAP Research Institute as the project coordinator. To assure accessibility, the event was served in a hybrid format with 126 participants registered to attend the conference online and in person at the Capgemini Technology Services premises in Campus Cyber, Paris (Puteaux), France. The event took place last month on the 29th of November.
The participating audience consisted of  Law Enforcement Agencies, research institutes, policy makers, representatives from industry, civil society organizations, External Ethics Board and the project consortium partners – all coming together from 33 different countries to celebrate the successful conclusion to the ROXANNE project.
The HENSOLDT Analytics team was represented both in person and online for the last chance to connect with the partners within the framework of the project and to hear project presentations and two panel discussions – the first one dedicated to common challenges, future collaborations and future research directions with other projects and the second one where exploitation path for ROXANNE tools was presented and discussed with LEAs.
Visit the official project website to read more about the event in the official blog post.

Presentations from the conference can be found in the Deliverables’ section of the website here.

Photos courtesy of ROXANNE project

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