Start of MARSUR project.
EDA Steering Board endorses the baseline document as Common Staff Target (CST).
First study (EUR 130,000) is delivered by SAAB/FOI as Architecture Study for mapping of existing systems, exploring the information exchange requirement and key technologies.
The Common Staff Requirement (CSR) defines the data and information to be exchanged, and sets the scene for the implementation of the MARSUR-Network Baseline document (the final version will be based on adaption of second and third study).
Second study (EUR 450,000) with interface requirements and data model is delivered by GMV/ESG.
Third study (EUR 350,000) by Centric Labs /CSC / BnearIT for the MARSUR-Networking – Architecture Experimentation, with the designated interface, preparation and conduct of the demonstration of all functionalities within the network.
30 June 2011
Presentation of the MARSUR Networking during the Distinguished Visitors Day (DV-Day) to stakeholders within the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
MARSUR as a low cost solution with a budget of 930k€ for the common part of the interface, and between 50k€ - 250k€ for the national adaption to the interface solution for each Member State involved in the demonstration. It proved the feasability of the system-of-system concept and provided a visual presentation of the currently implemented capabilities.
MARSUR has been developed in a smart approach with room for future enhancements, extensions to multiple partners and implementation of new functionalities. MARSUR is therefore fully compliant to any Network Enabled Capabilities (NEC).