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FORESEE Consortium workshop

17 September, 2019

The Resilience Shift’s Áine Ni Bhreasail will be presenting at the FORESEE Consortium’s latest event.  Áine will present on the Resilience Shift aims and outputs with a particular focus on transport to an international audience of infrastructure owners, academics and representatives from the supply chain.

The overall objective of FORESEE is to provide cost effective and reliable tools to improve resilience of road, rail and multimodal infrastructures and transportation hubs, improving the ability to reduce the magnitude and/or duration of disruptive extreme events such as: earthquakes, snow and landslides, floods, rainfalls, wind, fires, and man‐made accidents (intentional and accidental). The project is mainly focused on generating added value to National Transport Authorities, transport infrastructure operators, users and freight.

As part of the FORESEE project, TELESPAZIO VEGA UK will be hosting a workshop on Multiscale satellite remote monitoring of linear infrastructures and assets. During the event, practical application of satellite technologies to identify the extreme events affecting linear transport infrastructure will be discussed. This will include use of S‐SHMTM (Satellite Structural Health Monitoring), landslide prediction and regional hotspot survey mapping.



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