EUROPEAN DYNAMICS is part of the SHOP4CF R&D project, concerning Connected Factories

The SHOP4CF R&D project is financed by the European Commission under H2020. It aims to find the right balance between cost-effective automation, repetitive tasks and involve the human workers in areas such as adaptability, creativity and agility where they create the biggest added value. Moreover, it also aims to pursue the highly-connected factory model to reap the benefits of all the data generated within the factory. Tapping into those data streams and human capital requires creating favorable technological, economical and societal conditions. SHOP4CF will do so by relying on the following:

  • A platform developed on an open architecture encompassing technologies based on RAMI 4.0 and FIWARE Technologies which can support humans in production activities and providing basic implementation as a free, open-source solution. Including 30 components developed within SHOP4CF project by top RTOs from all over Europe.
  • Implementing pilots acting as the testing facilities and seeds for adoption of the platform. 4 large scale pilots lead by industrial leaders in Europe and 30 FSTP Pilots selected through 5 competitive open calls that will receive technical, business and access to investment support.
  • A marketplace as one-stop-shop for SMEs (developers and end users) to access essential services for digital transformation including business modelling, technical support, access to skills and finance.
  • Building a vibrant and growing community around the platform necessary to create the adoption critical mass.
  • Leading pre-standardization activities in the areas of collaborative robotics, AGVs and use of IoT devices on the shopfloor. SHOP4CF will continue its operations with a self-sustainable non-profit association with members all over Europe that could be integrated with the one created by DIH2 project. SHOP4CF will demonstrate that public funded research can help SMEs & Mid-Caps achieve digital excellence and global competitiveness through adopting advanced robotics solutions in human-centric digitalization.

BiDaCus – A Big Data Analytics platform for e-Customs and e-Taxation!

As a part of the EPAnEK 2014-2020 Operational Programme (Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship, Innovation), BiDaCUs is a 28-month research project launched in March 2018.

EUROPEAN DYNAMICS has been awarded a World Bank funded Framework Agreement to implement e-Government Procurement to 35 Nigerian States

The Kaduna State of Nigeria, acting as Lead Purchaser of the all Nigerian States, has awarded to EUROPEAN DYNAMICS (ED) a World Bank sponsored framework agreement for the gradual implementation of ED’ e-PPS Electronic Procurement platform throughout 35 States of Nigeria. Each State shall enter into a separate contract with ED and will implement a dedicated instance of e-PPS for all its public procurement procedures.

The States, through the deliberations at the Nigeria Governor Forum (NGF), have decided to embark on the deployment of a centralized Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) e-Procurement solution across the states and for this reason they have selected ED and its line of Electronic Public Procurement products and services.

The Framework Agreement is an important element of the World Bank’s States Transparency, Accountability and Sustainability (SFTAS) Program for Results (PforR) initiative and in particular towards “improved procurement practices for increased transparency and value for money”.

RESIST – The RESilient transport InfraSTructure to extreme events!

As a part of the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, RESIST is a three-year research project launched in September 2018, consisting of 17 partners from 9 countries.

EUROPEAN DYNAMICS is part of the iProduce R&D project concerning Factories of the Future

The iProduce R&D project is financed by the European Commission under H2020. Democratized innovation holds undeniable promise for European producers, but the integration with corporate innovation practices is in its infancy. While the interest is real, it is still neither easy nor efficient for producers –especially SMEs to benefit from collaborative production. The iPRODUCE project takes well proven concepts and approaches (from DIY manufacturing, FabLabs, Makerspace), and aims to upscale them through innovative technology solutions and to install them in well-connected multi-stakeholder ecosystems under an umbrella concept of collaborative Manufacturing Demonstration Facilities (cMDF)”.

A social-manufacturing platform enables multi-stakeholder interactions and collaborations to support user-driven open-innovation and co-creation. At the heart of the iPRODUCE platform is an open digital space supported by a set of innovative tools that cover matchmaking, secure interactions, generative product design, process orchestration, agile prototyping, usability evaluations and lifecycle management. These technical tools are complemented with a strong social component that aims at easing the notorious hardship of engagement with makers and aim to open up to new maker segments, while we improve on SoA tools for Lead User Innovation identification.

The EU Publications Office awards to EUROPEAN DYNAMICS the new EUR-Lex contract (

EUROPEAN DYNAMICS was awarded by the Publications Office of the EU a contract for the support, maintenance and evolution of the EUR-Lex IT system and portal (, containing the entire European Union legislation, European treaties and case law related to the application of EU law. EUR-Lex is one of the most visited European Commission portals, containing more than 1 million documents in all the official EU languages and with about 5 million visits monthly. A search engine in all the European languages is available.

EUROPEAN DYNAMICS developed the first EUR-Lex service in the year 1997. This is a continuation of a previous contract, also delivered by EUROPEAN DYNAMICS.

EUROPEAN DYNAMICS is part of the FARCROSS R&D project on Energy Grids

The FARCROSS is an R&D project financed by the European Commission under H2020. To achieve its energy goals, EU needs to establish a geographically large market by initially improving its cross-border electricity interconnections. A geographically large market, based on imports and exports of electricity, could increase the level of competition, boost the EU’s security of electricity supply and integrate more renewables into energy markets.

Electricity should, as far as possible, flow between Member States as easily as it currently flows within Member States, so as to increase sustainability potential and real competition as well as to drive economic efficiency of the energy system. To this end, FARCROSS aims to address this challenge by connecting major stakeholders of the energy value chain and demonstrating integrated hardware and software solutions that will facilitate the “unlocking” of the resources for the crossborder electricity flows and regional cooperation. The project will promote state-of-the-art technologies to enhance the exploitation/capacity/efficiency of transmission grid assets, either on the generation or the transmission level. The hardware and software solutions will increase grid observability to facilitate system operations at a regional level, exploit the full potential of transmission corridors for increased electricity flows that will facilitate transition to flow-based regional market coupling, consider cross-border connections and their specific ICT and grid infrastructure, planning to use a wide-area protection approach to ensure the safe integration of renewable energy sources into the grid, mitigate disturbances, increase power system stability. An innovative regional forecasting platform will be demonstrated for improved prognosis of renewable generation and demand response and a capacity reserves optimization tool will be tested to maximize cross-border flows. The non-harmonization of national regulation will be studied and measures will be recommended to avoid distortion of the technology benefits.

COVID-19 epidemic: EUROPEAN DYNAMICS donates EUR 100.000

EUROPEAN DYNAMICS offered as part of its social responsibility plan, EUR 100.000 to support actions for the treatment of patients infected with the COVID-19 virus against the COVID-19 epidemic. The group follows the evolution of the epidemic and remains ready to undertake additional actions in due course.

EUROPEAN DYNAMICS takes the opportunity to thank its staff all over the world, who cooperated for the successful implementation of the group’s Business Continuity Plan.

EUROPEAN DYNAMICS was awarded two important contracts by EMSA (European Maritime Safety Agency) related to SafeSeaNet

EUROPEAN DYNAMICS was awarded two important contracts by EMSA concerning the support and further development of the Central Organisation Database (COD), the Central Locations Database (CLD) and the European Index Center (EIC) of the SafeSeaNet (SSN) system.

SSN is a vessel traffic monitoring and information system enhancing maritime safety, port & maritime security and marine environment protection. COD and CLD are central databases containing information related to public and private organisations involved with SSN. EIC is a central module of SSN, which locates and retrieves information on vessels.

EUROPEAN DYNAMICS is a strategic IT partner of EMSA.

EUROPEAN DYNAMICS is part of the FORESIGHT R&D project on Cyber Security

The FORESIGHT project is financed by the European Commission under H2020. It aims to develop a federated cyber-range solution to enhance the preparedness of cybersecurity professionals at all levels and advance their skills towards preventing, detecting, reacting and mitigating sophisticated cyber-attacks. This is achieved by delivering an ecosystem of networked realistic training and simulation platforms that collaboratively bring unique cyber-security aspects from the aviation, smart grid and naval domains. The proposed platform will extend the capabilities of existing cyber-ranges and will allow the creation of complex cross-domain / hybrid scenarios to be built jointly with the IoT domain. Emphasis is given on the design and implementation of realistic and dynamic scenarios that are based on identified and forecasted trends of cyberattacks and vulnerabilities extracted from cyber-threat intelligence gathered from the dark web; this will enable cybersecurity professionals to rapidly adapt to an evolving threat landscape.