Analysing the prospect of the maritime common information sharing environment’s implementation and feasibility in montenegro

Andrej Mihailovic, Nexhat Kapidani, Enis Kočan, David Merino Delgado, Jari Räsänen

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Abstract

This paper outlines an extensive analysis of the case of Montenegro’s maritime surveillance system becoming integrated within the European Common Information Sharing Environment (CISE). Threats to secure maritime borders across Europe are ever-present and regularly demand coordinated efforts between the member states to tackle and prevent them, e.g. illegal immigration across the Mediterranean. Administration for Maritime Safety and Port Management (AMSPM) in Montenegro is a member of the ANDROMEDA EU project that seeks to facilitate deployments and demonstrations of CISE trials across the European regions, towards their endorsement readiness. AMSPM is now at the forefront of assessing and deploying the CISE components in Montenegro. It thus appropriately evaluates the operational aspects, observes the CISE implementations in some European states, formulates the impact for other national stakeholders, as well as the very prospect of the resulting augmented maritime surveillance in the country. This substantiates the content of this paper as the feasibility of the CISE deployment in Montenegro, supported by a snapshot of the cost-benefit analysis. We aspire to offer novel perspectives and insights that could be a universally useful experience to different CISE implementation initiatives, especially for countries or regions of similar smaller sizes and coastal area.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)256-266
Number of pages11
JournalPomorstvo
Volume35
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Keywords

  • CISE
  • Cost-benefit analysis
  • Economic growth
  • Maritime surveillance
  • New technologies

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