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.
The EU Delegation to Moldova and the Ministry of Finance in Moldova, entered into an agreement with EUROPEAN DYNAMICS (ED), to re-design and develop MTender, a reliable, secure and highly configurable Electronic Procurement platform to support the management of all public procurement processes automating all national processes and the requirements of Contracting Authorities.
The system to be deployed shall cover the full e-procurement cycle, including procurement planning and aggregation of plans. It will also comprise e-contracting, e-ordering, e-invoicing and payment, as well as monitoring planning, procurement and contract execution adhering to the Open Contracting Data Standard principles.
ED shall also ensure that all public procurement stakeholders are capacitated and trained to use the new e-procurement system.
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS BELGIUM SA participates in a consortium implementing a Horizon 2020 funded research and development project in the field of “Border and External Security”, titled FOLDOUT (Through-foliage detection, including in the outermost regions of the EU).
FOLDOUT focus is on through foliage detection in the inner and outermost regions of the EU, as foliage penetration is an unsolved important part of border surveillance. The project will build a system that combines various sensors and technologies and intelligently fuses these into an effective and robust intelligent detection platform. EUROPEAN DYNAMICS is the integrator of the overall solution whereas it will implement the Command and Control system, as a powerful tool providing fundamental enhancements in the domain of border surveillance and search & rescue scenarios.
The consortium includes 19 leading international organizations and has an overall budget of EURO 8.2 M.
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS LUXEMBOURG SA was awarded a Euro 2.5 million contract by the European Commission’s DG Justice and Consumers for the maintenance and further development of the e-Justice portal (https://e-justice.europa.eu).
The e-Justice portal is a single entry point for cross-border and national justice matters, and provides access to interconnected judicial registers and databases, such as case law, European business and land registries, consumer law, etc.
The portal interconnects with local systems in EU member states, and is a one-shop-stop service in justice matters.
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS provides maintenance and support services at a European scale, as well as improvements and development of new features.
A consortium led by EUROPEAN DYNAMICS LUXEMBOURG SA was awarded by the European Commission R&D contract in the field of “Low Carbon energy”, supported by Horizon 2020. The code name of the contract is INTERRFACE (TSO – DSO – Consumer INTERFACE aRchitecture to provide innovative grid services for an efficient power system).
INTERRFACE aims to support the digitalisation of the European power system and act as a key driver for coordination and active system management in the electricity grid, enabling TSOs and DSOs to optimise the use of distributed resources but also empowering end-users to become active market participants, supporting self-generation and providing demand flexibility. To support the transformation, the INTERRFACE project will design, develop and exploit an Interoperable pan-European Grid Services Architecture to act as the interface between the power system (TSO and DSO) and the customers and allow the seamless and coordinated operation of all stakeholders to use and procure common services. State-of-the-art digital tools based on blockchains and big data management will provide new opportunities for electricity market participation and thus engage consumers into the INTERRFACE proposed market structures that will be designed to exploit Distributed Energy Resources. EUROPEAN DYNAMICS LUXEMBOURG is the project coordinator, responsible for the design and development of the integrated platform for data exchange and procurement of services.
The project includes 42 leading international organisations and has an overall budget of EURO 21 M.
The World Bank’s Global Public Procurement Database (GPPD) captures data about country public procurement and e-Procurement systems at a global level. The aim of the GPPD is to promote procurement reform and innovation through improved transparency and knowledge-sharing and is envisaged to become the one-stop online database of choice for the global public procurement community.
ED will develop a comprehensive web-based tool which will capture diagnostic procurement-related information which is expected to form a common, worldwide standard for collecting and sharing data on public procurement, covering governance, operations, ICT systems and results per country.
Other project outcomes include generation of demand for country procurement reforms and e-Procurement implementations, as well as provision of appropriate channels for information dissemination and knowledge sharing, facilitating synergies between existing procurement communities.
The work will support effectively the efforts of the World Bank to facilitate the implementation of optimum eProcurement practices all around the world.
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS LUXEMBOURG SA was awarded a major contract by the Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union (DG TAXUD) of the European Commission concerning the provision of IT consultancy services in the fields of Customs, Excise and Taxation.
The contract concerns the provision of consulting services in business, technical and project related activities for current and future IT projects and operations of DG TAXUD.The contract will be delivered by consultants of various profiles (project managers, IT architects, business analysts, IT security experts, etc.).
This contract is of particular importance in view of the entry into force of the Union Customs Code (UCC) in the coming years and the impact of a potential Brexit in the internal market of the European Union.
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS (ED) was contracted by the Commission’s Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) to design, develop and implement ESPD in Malta in collaboration with the Department of Contracts of the Ministry of Finance of Malta (MFIN).
ED implements an electronic ESPD service in the eProcurement platform of Malta (also delivered and operated by ED) and integrates it with the e-Certis online service and with national registers (Inland Revenue, the VAT and the Customs Departments) in order to simplify the certificate collection process. Targeted dissemination activities will be performed to reinforce the uptake of the new services by contracting authorities and economic operators.
EMSA (European Maritime Safety Agency) assigned a new contract to EUROPEAN DYNAMICS (ED) concerning the development, maintenance and enhancement services for existing and new Corporate IT Applications based on Microsoft technology. The duration of the contract is four years. The applications concerned are human resources management, procurement, finance, budget planning and monitoring.
The Customs Department of Malta awarded to EUROPEAN DYNAMICS (ED) a contract, concerning the new Customs Decisions and Authorisations System.
The system will dematerialise all the current manual application forms in use throughout the Customs Department, automate and streamline the form application process, preserve records permanently in electronic format while achieving transparency, accountability and control of the creation and growth of paper records.