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Second newsletter online 1680 975 foresee

Second newsletter online

This edition features articles on the human factor as decisive element in engineering projects, development of guidelines on services and resilience of transport infrastructure, analysis of the Winter Resilience Programme developed by Heathrow airport. Read the full stories here.

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General Assembly takes place in Milan 759 414 foresee

General Assembly takes place in Milan

On 2nd April, the General Assembly was held in Milano hosted by RINA Consulting and leaded by project coordinator Tecnalia. The project has reached its 8th month. Some Work Packages has already delivered first outputs after intensive efforts from all the partners. A main Deliverable will be released shortly (D1.1) presenting the Guideline to measure…

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Inaugural FORESEE newsletter online now 1280 853 foresee

Inaugural FORESEE newsletter online now

The FORESEE consortium are delighted to announce the launch of our Inaugural Newsletter. FAC have worked with ERF on collating information on this H2020 project. This edition contains a project description, meet the team section, and a video with the Coordinator, introducing the main objectives and ambitions of FORESEE. Click the link to find out…

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Construction industry working towards a high-tech built environment 1280 900 foresee

Construction industry working towards a high-tech built environment

On 13 and 14 of November, the European Construction Technology Platform held the conference “When EU Construction industry shapes high-tech Sustainable Built Environment” gathering main industry representatives and European Commission officials. A main element for the discussion was the contribution of Research & Development programmes to achieve a high technological and sustainable built environment. Representatives…

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FORESEE partners gather for Kick-off meeting 1920 855 foresee

FORESEE partners gather for Kick-off meeting

The new EU research collaborative project FORESEE organised the kick-off meeting at Tecnalia headquarters in Bilbao (Spain). Researchers will work during the next 42 months developing a toolkit able to reduce the impact of disruptive events on the transport assets (bridges, tunnels, pavement, slopes, terminals) and facilitating the deployment of mobility contingency plans for citizens…

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