The methodology to derive core list of issues for resilience assessment of Smart Critical Infrastructure (SCI) was discussed during a SmartResilience workshop in Stuttgart on the 27-28th of June. The main outcome of it is that the first draft of this methodology has been developed.
A Brazilian delegation from PUCRS and UFRGS Brazilian universities and PETROBRAS visited NTNU and SINTEF in Week 26. Resilience was one of the main topics and a presentation of the SmartResilience project was provided by Knut Øien on June 29, 2018.
The entire ESREL 2018 proceedings (more than 3200 pages) are Open Access and can be found here: https://www.taylorfrancis.com/search?key=9780815386827
SmartResilience was presented in ESREL 2018, and can be found from page 1269 in the proceedings.
On the 14th of June, SmartResilience partners plus observers from the Cork City participated in the successful workshop for the ALPHA case study of the SmartResilience project.
New public deliverables have been uploaded on the results page of the website:
SmartResilience released two new project videos describing the project and its main results!