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    Information integration and exchange

    Systematic is supplying a platform to the Danish National Police for integration with the Schengen Information System.



    • Sharing of critical data from the Danish police with 26 European countries
    • Integration of pan-European arrest warrants and cautions in the police’s business processes and solutions


    • Agile implementation of a dedicated client with integration to central Schengen systems and the Danish Police’s case management system
    • Implementation of a secure message-based communication infrastructure


    • Flexible and easy handling of European cases for the Danish Police
    • XML-based exchange of arrest warrants and cautions through biometric data

    In 2023, the Schengen Information System CS-SIS is being updated to a new version, SIS Recast. In 2008, Systematic supplied the SIRENE SIS client to the Danish Police. Now, a client is being delivered which can communicate with the new interface while at the same time ensuring that data is migrated from the existing system.

    The new system is updated with integrations to new interfaces, and the new version comprises existing interfaces – and the development is based on Systematic’s integration platform.

    Information across borders

    The Danish Police is participating as part of the Schengen Agreement in the European police collaboration, including the Schengen Information System.

    SIRENE gives the Danish Police access to locally created information and also access to the shared SIS information and communication system. SIRENE supports the working processes associated with the Schengen Agreement, so that Denmark can participate fully in protecting the EU’s shared borders. SIRENE communicates with the central SIS servers and local systems in the other countries in the Schengen Area through secure messages.

    Technology updates and business support

    As part of the centralised update of SIS to SIS Recast, Systematic has delivered a new SIRENE3 app with secure user support, more automated support of processes, more comprehensive business support, new types of arrest warrants and XML communication.