Project Database

Cross Border Port and River Information Services
Project ID: HUHR/0901/2.1.4/0002
Project acronym: CBRIS II
Project title: Cross Border Port and River Information Services
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Call: HUHR/0901
Action: 2.1.4 Joint local planning, strategies, programmes
Total project budget: 252 735,33 €
EU contribution: 200 974,38 €
Project Duration 01 May 2010 − 31 August 2011
Geographical location of the project: Baranya megye, Osječko-baranjska županija
Project status: Finalized
Project description:

Development of a risk management softwer application that will help the daily work of the border-controlling authorities. A special port-management RIS-based software application will be developed that will support the port operator with up-to-date RIS information to improve the daily work. The implementation and use of the innovative technologies will contribute to faster, more efficient and more reliable border-controlling activities on the Hungarian-Croatian border (Customs, River and Border Police). The project will contribute to the safety and stability of the region as preparation for the integration of the region into the Schengen area in the future

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Lead Beneficiary

Rádiós Segélyhívó És Infokommunikációs Országos Egyesület
Hungary, Baranya megye


Project Partner 1

Javna ustanova Lučka uprava Osijek
Croatia, Osječko-baranjska županija



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