SHELTER consortium is performing collaborative and networking activities with several European Research and Technological Development initiatives in order to exchange ideas, knowledge, experiences, best practices and establishing synergies.
Here below, our liaisons and partners, where you may have a read through their latest news, events, examples of best practices and explore how we are connected.
The ARCH project that aims to better preserve areas of cultural heritage
from hazards and risks. The ARCH team with the cities of Bratislava, Camerino,
Hamburg and Valencia will co-create tools that will help cities save cultural
heritage from the effects of climate change.
HYPERION project aims to leverage existing tools and services together
with novel technologies to deliver an integrated resilience assessment platform,
addressing multi-hazard risk understanding, better preparedness, faster, adapted and
efficient response, and sustainable reconstruction of historic areas.
SAFERS ‘Structured Approaches for Forest fire Emergencies in Resilient Societies’
aims to support societies becoming more resilient across the key phases of the
forests fires emergency management cycle. SAFERS is going to create an open and
integrated platform featuring a forest fire Decision Support System.
The platform will use information from different sources: earth observations
from Copernicus and GEOSS, fire sensors in forests, topographic data, weather
forecasts and even crowdsourced data from social media and other apps that can
be used by citizens and first responders to provide situational in-field