Following a pilot workshop in Manchester, United Kingdom, the first of a series of Global Supply Chain workshops took place at the end of February in New York.
Earth Ex sector exercises will enable critical infrastructure players to improve their planning to black sky events, adopting systems thinking, cross-sector approaches to build multi-sector resilience.
A new project explores the dependency of supply chains on critical infrastructure, with an initial focus on food.
The ENCORE+ network workshop on AI and infrastructure monitoring was clear that we are immersed in a data revolution and that transformative technology can’t be ignored.
At the recent Intelligent Communities Forum, discussion was all about humanising data and how technology makes a difference to people’s lives.
Is technology actually contributing to enhance the resilience of critical infrastructure, or is it hindering it? We are exploring how we can contribute to understand this question through our activities, and would love to hear your views.
Attending events is often fun and a great way to keep in touch with what other people are doing. After all, breaking ‘siloed’ thinking is one of the keys to success for resilience. We were delighted therefore to attend the Lloyd’s Register Foundation (LRF) conference ‘Bringing Safety to Life’, held at the IET in London in the second week of May. Xavi reports on a day well-spent.
How has resilience become a popular topic among engineers from different backgrounds? In our experience, engineers have followed different routes in their journey to resilience. What’s your path?