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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No101022004

TRACE presented to EU Law Enforcement Agencies

On the 5th of March 2024, Dr Holger Nitsch (University of Applied Sciences for Public Service in Bavaria, Germany) and Dr Bogdan Adamyk (Aston University, UK) presented the TRACE project at the Foresight and Key Enabling Technologies workshop, organised by the European Commission’s DG Home and its Community for European Research and Innovation for Security (CERIS) in Brussels, Belgium. The event aimed to analyse the key components that should be addressed for a more tailored foresight approach to civil security, and to make the necessary links with Key Enabling Technologies (KETs).

The event provided a valuable platform for the TRACE project to showcase its results in the final stage of the project, with a presentation of its AI tool. This is specifically designed for Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), to detect and combat money-laundering operations and the financing of organised crime and terrorism by increasing the efficiency of information sharing.

The event was an excellent opportunity to demonstrate and share the results of the TRACE project with more than 40 LEAs from EU countries. As TRACE approaches its conclusion, partners will continue to engage different audiences and spread the word about its innovations.