Interoperability is a relevant asset in security and defence environments, but it has been progressively visible in complex operations such as those with social impact.

Therefore, a series of knowledge derived from military planning is available, among them, the search for the formation of doctrines useful to the configurations demanded.

This line of studies, therefore, is dedicated to the observation of maritime security interoperability mechanisms, especially of a logistical nature, with a focus on communication among the parties involved and sustainable and efficient means for exchanging information with an operational impact. 


Carolina Ambinder

Daniele Dionísio

Sabrina Medeiros