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June 15, 2018 - posted in News

  The June 2018 newsletter has arrived and we’ve got plenty to report: partners have been hard at work organising and fascilitating workshops and presenting at conferences around the world! check it out by clicking here And be sure to follow us on Twitter

June 7, 2018 - posted in News

It was a successful final pilot implementation workshop! In attendance were different representatives working and researching in Budapest, many of whom are impacted directly by critical infrastructure and resilience.  We are grateful for the collaboration between all of the participants and partners, giving us the insight and understanding we need to move forward. The presentations … Continue reading Our final Pilot Implementation workshop in Budapest, Hungary!

May 7, 2018 - posted in News

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. Operationalisation of the framework and methodologies is assured by pilot implementations at two living labs, one of which is the M1 highway in Hungary. The results from the pilot … Continue reading Register now for our Pilot Implementation Workshop in Budapest

April 12, 2018 - posted in News

  At a major event in Brussels on April 10, the projects IMPROVER, DARWIN, RESILENS, RESOLUTE, and SMR launched a white paper on ‘Resilience Management Guidelines for Critical Infrastructures’, outlining key recommendations for European policy makers. 54 partner organisations across five EU-funded resilience projects have worked together to recommend new European Resilience Management Guidelines. Developed … Continue reading Critical Infrastructure Resilience 2018

April 10, 2018 - posted in News

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 … Continue reading Save the Date May 29-30

March 1, 2018 - posted in News

IMPROVER Project works alongside amazing projects and we are all working towards a resilient future in Europe and beyond. Joined by SmartMatureResilience (SMR),  DARWIN, and RESILENS, we are working on building more resilient cities and innovating critical infrastructure technologies. SMR published the Resilience Newsletter about the work we have all being doing! To learn more … Continue reading The SMR Resilience Newsletter!

March 1, 2018 - posted in News

It’s hard to believe that this is the final year of the IMPROVER Project! And this year has been very busy and filled with so many accomplishments by all the people that work hard to make this project such a success. Our partners have presented amazing papers, attended numerous conferences to share our work and … Continue reading Our February 2018 IMPROVER Newsletter is Available

February 1, 2018 - posted in News

From January 29th through the 31st, IMPROVER partners congregated to present  and workshop the results from our living lab pilot implementation at the Municipality of Barreiro. On the first day we had the chance to share the results from our critical infrastructure resilience framework and focus on organisational resilience. The next day was centered around the … Continue reading The Lisbon Pilot Implementation 2018

January 17, 2018 - posted in News

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. Operationalisation of the framework and methodologies is assured by pilot implementations at two living labs, one of which is the water network in Barreiro, Portugal. The results from the … Continue reading Register now for our pilot implementation workshop in Lisbon

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