We are proud to partner with a number of renowned organisations on research projects that aim to understand and solve some of the complex societal issues facing the world today. 


The D4FLY project enhances the current capacities of border authorities in EU countries countering identity document fraud.


The DARLENE project supports law enforcement agencies and first responders in improving their response to criminal and terrorist incidents, by developing augmented reality tools.


The DEVELOP project supports medium and large-scale organisations to assess employees’ competencies and social capital for facilitating career development.

DroneRules Pro

DroneRulesPro supports drone pilots, operators and manufacturers to use drones according to the latest safety, ethical and privacy requirements.


DroneRules.EU supports drone users with a web portal dedicated to the latest safety, ethical, privacy and insurance requirements.


The EERAdata project supports policymakers decision-making in energy efficient investments by providing evidence, based on building-stock, energy and environmental data analysis.

Enhancing Adolescent Mental Health

In this collaborative project with Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity we have provided a socio-technical approach to enable evidence-based decision making to improve the mental health of children and young people.


EUNOMIA tackles disinformation and the trustworthiness of social media by developing a new platform to help citizens evaluate the credibility of social media posts.


Firelogue supports and coordinates the consolidation of knowledge from the wildfire risk related Green Deal Innovation Actions and the wider community.


The GEARING ROLES project is developing Gender Equality Plans (GEPs) to promote equality between women and men in higher education institutions and research centres.


Co-designed with defence and humanitarian users, HAMOC provides an AI-powered analytics capability for machine-speed strategic analysis of the human environment​


These crimes against vulnerable people are being carried out with new information and communication technologies. Enforcement agencies can struggle to keep up with the pace of technological change and the new ways in which the technology is used.

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