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​Technical Objectives

  • 1. To identify extreme weather conditions and climate risk 'hot spots' as well as natural threats and human-provoked disasters (e.g. fires in tunnels, accidents, human failure and sabotage) that could lead to disruptions in terrestrial transport networks.
  • 2. To increase the efficiency in the operations that lead to resilient infrastructures through a better understanding of the magnitude of the consequences of the most relevant hazards (both natural and man-made) in Europe.
  • 3. To integrate infrastructure conditions into infrastructure information models (IIM) specifically developed for infrastructure networks.
  • 4. To develop an innovative crowdsourcing concept that uses data from Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) together with Floating Car Data (FCD) for real-time traffic monitoring and simultaneous high temporal resolution infrastructure monitoring. Crowdsourcing also includes human sensing concepts by exploiting the data that is being recruited from end users through social media.
  • 5. To develop predictive models for critical infrastructure assets that take into account the measured structural performance and trends registered in the infrastructure information models tackled in Objective 3.
  • 6. To develop and implement a modular GIS-based Infrastructure Management System (GIS-IMS) that integrates and guarantees the inter communication and the optimal transfer of data between the different inter-dependent modules and described in Objectives 1, 3, 4, 5.
  • 7. To provide Managers and Operators of infrastructure with tools to improve asset management of critical European Transport Routes/Corridors. ​


Dr. Belén Riveiro
University of Vigo
School of Industrial Engineering, Universidade de Vigo
CP36310, Vigo, Spain
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