European Commission and eVision: Collaborating Towards the Future

eVision uniquely utilises the European Commission H2020 SME Instrument phase 2 grant to develop world's first predictive risk management solution.

The Hague, Netherlands, November 17, 2017 --( Predictive risk determent has long been the holy grail of hazardous industries solutions development. The ability to mitigate the possibility of dangerous situations occurring is the clearest, yet most complicated step towards Vision Zero, and optimal safe production. eVision saw the importance of researching and developing a connected software-based solution to this challenge early on. Since being awarded the H2020-SME instrument phase 2 grant in 2014, this process has been put into high gear, leading to achievements that would have been impossible without H2020.

Since obtaining the phase 2 grant, eVision has taken a structured approach to developing, testing, piloting, improving and implementing the various technological innovations required to create its Cumulative Dynamic Barrier Risk system. As the solution relies on data from various integrations, eVision has brought these live with clients frequently in the past 2 years. The understanding and data gained from these fully operational rollouts has led to eVision developing the first fully connected Cumulative Dynamic Barrier Risk solution, set to go live with its launching enterprise client in 2018.

“The EIC SME Instrument Grant always looks for fast-growing companies like eVision, who have managed to scale up and create business with the giants in the energy sector,” says Vanessa Ricci of the European Commission. Neil Currie, eVision Co-founder, adds: “The SME Instrument grant has allowed us to uniquely and fully utilize the capacity and talent we need to develop this Predictive Risk innovation, in parallel with our core mission of creating Control of Work solutions which make hazardous industries safer and more productive. It has been, and still is, a journey, but the implementation of eVision’s Cumulative Dynamic Barrier Risk solution is a major step towards true Predictive risk.”

To further elaborate on this progress, Neil Currie spoke at the ICT Proposers’ Day on 10 November in Budapest, Hungary. This networking event centred on European ICT Research & Innovation with a special focus on the Horizon 2020 Work Programme for 2018-2020.

About eVision

eVision Industry Software creates best-in-class Control of Work software. Innovative solutions that improve the way oil and gas, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and other hazardous industries operate on a global and local scale. eVision enables you to increase the safety and speed of your operations, supporting you in reaching your operational excellence and safety objectives. eVision solutions are fully configurable to match your organization's wishes and requirements, while ensuring unprecedented ease-of-use and full compliance with the latest protocols and regulations.

Major organisations such as Shell, Statoil, BP, Qatar Petroleum, Repsol-Sinopec and many more have selected eVision as their Control of Work vendor of choice, solidifying eVision as industry leader of its domain. With offices worldwide and partnerships with the world’s leading system integrators, eVision provides high-quality delivery and support, on location, at all times. For more information, please visit
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