Brief description

BlueBRIDGE was the European initiative funded under the H2020 framework to further develop and exploit the iMarine e-Infrastructure data services for an ecosystem approach to fisheries. BlueBRIDGE combined the forces of European and International renowned institutions (e.g. ICES, IRD, FAO, UNEP) who share the goal of providing scientifically sound advice on the sustainable use of marine resources to their member countries, international organizations and relevant Commissions, but also at local or individual level for national academic institutions and SMEs. BlueBRIDGE delivered Virtual Research Environments (VREs) in various domains (e.g. fisheries, biology, economics, statistics, environment, mathematics, social sciences, natural sciences, computer science) that supported knowledge generation from data collection and aggregation to the production of indicators and indices or other information products such as fact-sheets, reports, and data repositories.


Sep 2015 to Feb 2018
Policy & Analysis
Research Data Infrastructures

Our role

BlueBRIDGE WebPortal Development & Population
Communication, Stakeholder Engagement & Knowledge Transfer WP Leader
Communication - Trust-IT was responsible for defining, coordinating and monitoring dissemination, outreach and training activities throughout the life-time of BlueBRIDGE. Trust-IT also promoted best practices, success stories, community standards & recommendations through the BlueBRIDGE website for both users as well as service providers.
Stakeholder Engagement - Trust-IT identified keytarget stakeholders for engagement in BlueDRIDGE, while expanded sinergies with new communities through different activities such as events partecipations, workshops and working groups.
Knowledge Transfer - Trust-IT contributed to the exploitation of the BlueBRIDGE results through best practices and specific training materials to inform and educate potential customers in scientific, industrial and commercial domain.



BlueBRIDGE receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 675680