This section contains the recently completed and running projects of Interfusion Services Ltd
Future Policy Modelling (FUPOL) is the only Large-scale integrating project (IP) proposal that received funding from the E.U. under the FP7 ICT Call 7 - Objective ICT-2011.5.6 ICT solutions for governance and policy modelling. FUPOL aims at a completely new approach to traditional politics. Outcomes of the project, include a new governance model to engage all stakeholders in the whole policy design lifecycle, a policy knowledge database, a cloud computing based comprehensive ICT Framework, multilingual training,and multiple pilots .
Speeding Every European Digital (SEED), is a CIP-ICT-PSP project funded by E.U. under the CIP-ICT-PSP-2011-5 call. The target of SEED is to expand, through the “cloud computing” approach and a very cheap network of Interactive Public Service Advertising (i-PSA) nodes, the positive results of European Inclusive e-Governance initiatives to boost “citizen-centric” e-Gov Services, to reuse as much as possible the European, National, Regional and Local stocks of Public Sector Information (PSI) and to leverage saving costs of e-Government and e-Governance deployments.
“highly scalable Deployment model” of Inclusive E-Gov (DIEGO), is a CIP-ICT-PSP project. The main outcome of DIEGO, will be to offer to any European Public Authority a FULL e-Accessibility front-end for e-Gov services, highly scalable and affordable: A new “user-centric” and accessible service provision model for speeding up Inclusive e-Government & e-Governance (Inclusive e-Gov), including trans-borders services, according to preferred ICT media available (interactive TV, smart mobile devices, info-kiosks or PCs) to their respective citizens.
Understanding patients and health professionals’ perspective on Telemedicine and building confidence and acceptance (Chain of Trust) is is co-funded by the Public Health Programme of the European Union managed by the Executive Agency for Health and Consumers (EAHC). The overall objective of COT is assessing the perspective of the main end users of telehealth services across the EU to see whether and how views have evolved since the initial deployment of telehealth and what barriers there still are in acceptance of these services.
Open Source software usage by European Public Administrations (OSEPA) is an INTERREG IVC project. Free Open Source Software (FOSS) represents a potential of significant competitiveness gains of its adopters, both for public administrations as well as citizens and companies. As a result, it is of vital importance to examine how and whether appropriate public policies can alleviate barriers and inhibitors rendering the potential benefits of FOSS actual ones and enhancing the competitiveness of European economies.
DG Justice - Criminal Justice
SPRING (Prevention of and fight against crime: a new initiative to identify best practices in the alternative measures & treatment programs and to organize a European prevention campaign for youth) is a project funded under the Programme “Criminal Justice” 2007-2013, DG Justice, with aim to contribute to the development of the Community policies related to the prevention of drugs-related crimes and to the identification and exchange of best practices between Member States.
Freedom Wings (Identification and dissemination of European best practices about the restorative justice and evaluation of the role and application of the mediation and the alternative measures in the EU member states.) is a DG Justice - Criminal Justice programme where Interfusion Services Ltd participates as a subcontractor of the Communal Board of Lemba with an aim to evaluate restorative justice effectiveness in Cyprus.
Thalassaemia Specific Electronic Communications (TSEC) is a recently completed successfull project with objective the creation of an open source Electronic Health Records (EHRs) web-based application, developed by Interfusion Services Ltd for helping doctors recording and analyzing medical information related to thalassaemia patients in order to enhance clinical support and improve patient care. TSEC is composed of two major modules, Serious Infections Register and Adverse Drug Reactions Record.
Pachna ChildCare Facility (PCVC) is a recently completed successfull project with aim to develop a childcare facility in the premises of the old Pachna Elementary School in order for children of the region to benefit from improved services and their families to rest assured that their children are occupied and assisted in doing their homework as well as participate in constructive activities. The secondary aim of the project was to develop an exploitation plan of the facility in order to ensure its viability and explore its possible shared use by the Pachna Community Volunteerism Council and other organisations for the benefit of children.
A Secure Platform for Iptv Systems (ASPIS) is a EUREKA's Eurostars project with aim to develop a technical solution that will allow users to share their personal details in an easy, controlled and secure manner on the IPTV platform. This will lead to broader adoption of IPTV turning it into a vastly more interactive medium. ASPIS platform suggests a way to solve a number of problems of handling personal information in IPTV based applications, establishing a chain of trust between the customer and the application provider with the triple play service provider as the transaction mediator.
Southern European Seas: Assessing and Modelling Ecosystem changes (SESAME). SESAME is an international research project that incorporates a variety of disciplines to explore and study the ecosystem changes of the Mediterranean and the Black Seas as well as their surrounding environments. The multidisciplinary nature of the project, supported by the European Commission, means that it will bring together scientists with expertise in marine biology, biodiversity, physical and chemical oceanography, and socio-economics, in order to better understand past and future ecosystem changes.