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25 May, 2018 2 min read

Final Issue of RESILENS Newsletter



The time has come for the final issue of Through the Lens, the RESILENS newsletter that has tracked and reported on the achievements of the RESILENS consortium over the last three years. The issue notes that RESILENS “now has a unique integrated suite of tools on the RES_DSP that include the ERMG, ReMMAT tools and the e-learning hub and e-learning content. It is a real testimony of all the hard work that has gone on across all of the project partners to develop such impressive resources”.


A Question and Answer session with Future Analytics Consulting (FAC) Managing Director, Professor William Hynes, is highlighted in the newsletter.



It was a fitting bookend to this feature of the RESILENS project as William kicked off the very first Q&A for the launch issue three years ago. Speaking of the benefits of the project today and going forward, he stated:


I am even more convinced of the benefits that RESILENS brings to the wider public. Current events throughout the duration of the project have indicated consistent occurrence of natural and man-made disasters, further bolstering the need for European society to cultivate its resilience strategies.


Commenting on the particular success of the project, Professor Hynes asserted that:

RESILENS has been a great success. The main successes are primarily a: an actualised, fully engaged “community of users” and b: the strong deliverables that were consistently produced by this consortium. RESILENS reached a wide range of stakeholders, disseminated our work internationally with great frequency, and have impacted the way EU security research is designed and executed.


The final issue of Through the Lens also includes the Brussels DRS-7 event summary, information on public information sessions carried out by CML, and RESILENS dissemination activities by EDP Distribuição. Find out more right here.


For further information on the RESILENS Project please contact Professor William Hynes (william.hynes@futureanalytics.ie) and Dr. Sheryl Lynch (sheryl.lynch@futureanalytics.ie) or visit our website – www.futureanalytics.ie.


Future Analytics Consulting Ltd is a leading town planning, socio-economic research and data analytics consultancy, specializing in delivering evidence-based solutions across multiple sectors. To find out how we can help you and your business, please contact us on 01-6394836 or at info@futureanalytics.ie


FAC is a leading Chartered Town Planning, Development and Socio-economic Analytics Consultancy based in Dublin with an extensive project portfolio throughout Ireland. FAC has extensive experience in town and village renewal, town and village health checks, and settlement profiling.