PEN-CP project (Pan-European Network of Customs Practitioners) is aimed at establishing a customs practitioner network which facilitates translating customs security research and innovation ideas and requirements into scalable, viable solutions, technologies, and process improvements that would help European customs administrations to overcome the challenges of the contemporary customs and border management security.
BorderSens and PEN-CP have recently established a collaboration which is already beginning to bear fruit, since BorderSens has been invited to present at PEN-CP Year 2 Annual On-line event, to be held on 11-14 January 2021. Also, relevant outcomes of BorderSens accomplishments will be uploaded into the PEN-CP Innovation Observatory (PIO) to increase the awareness of the customs community on promising future technologies. Moreover, PEN-CP aims to nominate a Point-of-Contact person, PEN-POC, to take a lead across all liaison actions between BorderSens and PEN-CP.
You can find more information about PEN-CP project in its website and in its recently published Magazine 9.