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April 10, 2018 - posted in News

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IMPROVER project’s final pilot implementation in Budapest is wrapping up and we are excited to present the valuable information we collected over the six months. IMPROVER has developed a resilience management framework, applicable to all types of critical infrastructure, allowing operators to understand and improve their performance when exposed to crises and disasters. To provide valid resilience analyses, IMPROVER has also developed methodologies to be used within the framework.

IMPROVER assures operationalisation of the framework and methodologies by pilot implementations at two living labs, through scenario based cases studies. Budapest’s M1 motorway (Hungarian: M1-es autópálya) is a toll motorway in northwestern Hungary, connecting Budapest to Győr and Vienna. The first section of the motorway opened in the 1970s, reaching the Austrian border at Hegyeshalom in 1996. It follows the route of the old Route 1 one-lane highway. Through the challenges and insights, we are looking forward to the opportunity to present the many facets of the pilot implementation. Join us!

EU flag This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 653390