Neil Currie, eVision co-founder, will be speaking at the ICT Proposers’ Day on 10 November in Budapest, Hungary.
About the ICT Proposer’s Day
This networking event centres on European ICT Research & Innovation with a special focus on the Horizon 2020 Work Programme for 2018-20. Fields included are Information Communication Technologies and Future and Emerging Technologies.
Why does eVision attend?
Neil will present the EU Horizon 2020 funded disruptive innovation project for Cumulative Dynamic Barrier Risk Management: a unique real-time and predictive risk management solution that revolutionises the way industries are working.
eVision obtained a Horizon2020 SME instrument Phase 2 grant in December 2014 to develop a cumulative dynamic barrier risk management solution: an intelligent system that combines information from over 25 different software systems to forecast risks in several plants simultaneously.
It will show a real-time overview of risk levels, an early warning of any increased risk level, based on predictive analysis, and advice to the employee on how to react. The software performs an overall monitoring and gives feedback to the management.
In addition to preventing large incidents with global impact, this Industry 4.0 technology will allow planning and managing personal safety more effectively, thus decreasing global industry fatality levels.