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16 Jun, 2016 1 min read

FAC in Irish Times H2020 Supplement

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Future Analytics Consulting featured in the Irish Times Horizon 2020 supplement this week as the winner of funding for two projects.

 

The RESILENS [Realising European Resilience for Critical Infrastructure] project is coordinated by FAC, and includes partners from across Europe.

 

The three-year project will develop a European Resilience Management Guideline (ERMG), a web based critical infrastructure (CI) resilience evaluation and enhancement toolkit, and a decision support platform to help to safeguard critical infrastructure such as water, energy and transport in times of crisis or disaster.

 

The GAP [Gaming for Peace] project brings together 14 European partners and is led by Trinity College Dublin. It will use simulations of challenging scenarios from conflict and peacebuilding missions to allow users to learn communication and cooperation, gender awareness and cultural competency skills. The project commences in September and will run until 2018.

 

Horizon 2020 is the EU’s largest ever research and development programme, awarding almost €80 billion in funding to successful applicants between 2014 and 2018.
The Irish government has set a target to secure €1.25 billion in funding from the programme which aims to drive new jobs and growth across Europe.

 

The H2020 supplement was sponsored by Enterprise Ireland

 

For information on other FAC projects pleas call the office on 01 639 4836 or email info@futureanalytics.ie

 

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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.