Towards a more resilient transport infrastructure: The FORESEE Final conference, 22 February 2022 (online)
Extreme nature and human-made events are primary hazards for critical transport infrastructure assets. Weather disasters caused by climate change or cyberattacks linked to a more digital economy are considered the main challenges for transport operators, authorities, and end-users.
The EU Project FORESEE, composed of 18 partners, and supported by a Stakeholders Reference Group with more than 200 experts bringing knowledge from private and public sectors, has been funded by H2020 to achieve one objective: improve infrastructure resilience against extreme disasters.
The final conference will unveil the FORESEE results, delivered by experts from the private sector, research, standardization, transport operators, digital services providers, and academia. The event will be held online on Tuesday, 22 February 2022.
To set the scene, an initial panel with representatives from UNECE, European Commission (DG MOVE and DG CLIMA), World Road Association, and the European Union Agency for Railways will present the policy and regulatory framework in climate change and cybersecurity.
The agenda is available here and the registration page here.