The IT company which provides services to the 112 Emergency services in the Murcia Region (Spain) has already signed with FLOOD-serv partner ANSWARETECH SL a contract to adapt and sell the EMC for Public resources management in Public Administrations, like in public parks, gardens, buildings, etc. This version of the EMC is called EMC Garden.

North-Eastern University, Boston, USA
Presentation of Scientific Poster at the โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹The Web Science conference. Websci brings together researchers from multiple disciplines, including computer science, sociology, economics, information science, anthropology, and psychology. โ€‹โ€‹โ€‹Ca 150 researchers and professionals from renowned organizations (MIT, Yale, Harward, Yahoo, Microsoft etc.)

Genova, Italy
Aims: Identify the key stakeholders in developing an effective resilience strategy
โˆ’ Explore the main challenges to developing stakeholder partnerships and discuss different city mechanisms for overcoming these barriers
โˆ’ Consider the important of stakeholder involvement in the context of both finance and expertise. Number of participants around 30 people. Stakeholders from Amsterdam, Stockholm presenting their Smart City projects. SIVECO made a presentation of FLOOD-serv project

Budapest, Hungary
DAREnet is a European project aiming at strengthening flood resilience in the Danube river region. The aim is to connect national and European practitioners/stakeholders in order to enable them to identify and analyze by and for themselves relevant innovation gaps and to translate the gaps into a joint innovation strategy to improve flood resilience in the future. DAREnet offers a unique opportunity to bring together all civil protection practitioner organizations in the Danube River egion and to enable the exchange between them. The number of participants was around 50-

The event focused on the Horizon 2020 Work
Programme 2016-17 in the field of Information & Communication Technologies. It offered a unique and exceptional opportunity to build quality partnerships with academics, researchers, industrial stakeholders, SMEs and government actors from all over Europe

IP Tulcea organized the public event “Danube Delta challenges – FLOODserv responses“. The agenda included a presentation the experience in the FLOODserv international consortium, the presentation of the flood risk management models in the national legislation of the partners (Italy, Portugal, Spain and Slovakia), the piloting of the components of the FLOODserv IT platform – implications for the public administration and citizens, development and FLOODserv innovation (FLOOserv portal, Emergency Management Console, CDF, Semantic Wiki and mobile telephony applications) Appreciation for supporting the event to DDNI and Tulcea County Council. Photos can be found at this link