1st International Summit on Pandemic Management in Valencia (Spain)
On 18 May 2022, STAMINA will hold its 1st International Summit on Pandemic Management in Valencia (Spain), organised by the STAMINA partner, Valencia Local Police. This will be a hybrid event with both virtual and in-person participants.
The STAMINA project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The project aims to develop solutions to increase the capability of pandemic planners and responders to manage, assess, predict pandemic situations.
The consortium comprises 37 organisations from industry, health authorities, public sector, and academia from across the European Union, United Kingdom, Turkey, and Tunisia.
Newsletter project S4AllCities – March 2022
In March 2022, the new 4th Newsletter of the S4AllCities project (Smart Spaces Safety & Security for All Cities) was issued.
Read the news from the implementation of this project here :
STAMINA 3rd Newsletter
Welcome to the new STAMINA project newsletter, a guide to our latest work and news.
STAMINA is a H2020 project (No. 883441) developing a smart support platform that will assist pandemic crisis management practitioners at a regional, national and international level. The STAMINA toolset will be accompanied by a set of guidelines on effective implementation of risk communication principles and best practices in cross-organisational preparedness and response plans.
The STAMINA consortium unites a diverse range of experts and organisations, including decision makers, policymakers, national planners, public authorities, health care workers, regional emergency management agencies, first responders, NGOs, social scientists, (bio)informaticians, research organisations and IT experts.
Great final video – SecureGas
The long journey of the SecureGas project – H2020, which started 30 months ago, is now coming to an end.
What a better way to celebrate than to have a great final video project!
Enjoy it and feel free to contact us if you are interested in the project and its results.
We thank the entire consortium, all partners and collaborators who participated in this project and who achieved amazing results. It was a great honor for TPEB CR and a huge experience to be able to participate in this project.
TPEB CR has entered into three newly submitted projects H2020
HORIZON-HLTH-2021-ENVHLTH-02 – HORIZON-RIA – submitted 9/21/2021
The ELEMENTAL project will carry out interdisciplinary technical and scientific innovation activities that will meet the needs of key stakeholders in tackling the health challenges associated with global climate change. The proposed solutions of the ELEMENTAL project will enable policy makers and public health systems to proactively address global mental health issues that are exacerbated by environmental stressors arising from climate change. This will be achieved by developing a set of predictive models for i) the evolution of climate risks, ii) the prevalence of climate-related mental health, iii) integrated quantified economic cost assessment models, iv) data analysis for responses by socio-economic and regional factors.
HORIZON-CL3-2021-INFRA-01 – HORIZON-IA – submitted 11/23/2021
The SecurEnergies project aims to develop a common European strategy to protect Europe’s energy infrastructure from hybrid threats, thus ensuring the EU’s energy sovereignty. SecurEnergies aims to address the above issues by focusing on EU energy infrastructures and their interconnections with the telecommunications, water and financial sectors primarily, as well as with non-EU countries, in order to identify vulnerabilities and systemic risks and hybrid threats facing the entire interconnected cross-border CI network. The project aims to help government agencies, associations and companies to be aware of hybrid threats, to understand their potential impact and cascading effects, and to develop an effective joint strategy for resilient defense and response.
HORIZON-CL3-2021-FCT-01- submitted 11/23/2021
The project PRETECO envisages the creation of a digital platform that can offer policy makers, local managers, LEAs and security staff the ability to plan cooperation scenarios, analyze vulnerabilities and risks in the event of a terrorist attack and assist them in implementing effective deterrence and mitigation measures as well as training exercises. towards increasing the resilience of public spaces.
The PRETECO platform will offer a realistic three-dimensional (3D) virtual analogue of the city together with infrastructure modeling (water network, pipeline network, energy network, telecommunications network, transport network) and simulation capabilities (virtual attacks, virtual sensors, crowd and vehicle movement simulations, cascade interdependencies effects), which will allow a comprehensive assessment of vulnerability to different threats and scenarios, adapting the details to the specificities of each city. PRETECO’s unique approach is based on an open architecture, where:
S4AllCities on Event Tech Live (ETL) London
This year’s 7th ETL was held with great success from 1 to 5 November 2021 in London.
The solutions we developed in the S4ALLCities project related to Smartspaces security and protection were also promoted at Event Tech Live in London.
The overall approach aims to enable Smartcities to become more protected, prepared and resilient against physical and cyber attacks on urban soft targets, smart spaces and critical infrastructure networks.
The 28 project consortium partners from 9 countries include innovative technology companies, research SMEs, academic institutions and numerous end-users from municipalities, stadium operators, metro operators, police departments, etc.
ETL 2021 with 100 educational sessions and more than 100 exhibitors was the largest and best event of its entire duration.
We invite you to a virtual participation in the final conference of the SecureGas project
The conference “The 3S Clustering Event” will be held in Fodele, Crete – Greece on 12-13th of October 2021.
We invite you to a virtual participation in this exceptional event, which will present the results of the project in which TPEB CR participates as a member of the SecureGas project consortium.
The event is organized by the community of three Horizon2020 Critical Infrastructures (CI) security projects – SATIE, SAFECARE, SecureGas – that will present the innovative results they have achieved through focused presentations and interactive sessions.
SATIE, SAFECARE and SecureGas are three EU funded projects, related to critical infrastructure protection, and more specifically cyber and physical security of airport, hospital and natural gas infrastructures. All projects are reaching to their end, having achieved concrete and innovative results in their domain. These results will be presented by all three consortia, during this upcoming event, through focused presentations and interactive sessions.
The conference offers the possibility to attend several sessions regarding best practices, innovative technological solutions, security frameworks and demonstration results, all contributing to the great challenge of making the aforementioned sectors more safe and secure. Also, keynote speakers from the three projects SATIE, SAFECARE, SecureGas will present policies, frameworks, security studies, emerging findings as well as lessons learned.
Please register for free to participate in this conference HERE
* Following your registration, a virtual ticket with the necessary instructions will be sent to the email you provided
The second online publication with the contribution of the SecureGas project
“Cyber-Physical Threat Intelligence for Critical Infrastructures Security”
Securing Critical Infrastructures in Air Transport, Water, Gas, Healthcare, Finance and Industry
Modern critical infrastructures can be considered as large scale Cyber Physical Systems (CPS). Therefore, when designing, implementing, and operating systems for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP), the boundaries between physical security and cybersecurity are blurred. Emerging systems for Critical Infrastructures Security and Protection must therefore consider integrated approaches that emphasize the interplay between cybersecurity and physical security techniques. Hence, there is a need for a new type of integrated security intelligence i.e., Cyber-Physical Threat Intelligence (CPTI).
This book presents novel solutions for integrated Cyber-Physical Threat Intelligence for infrastructures in various sectors, such as Industrial Sites and Plants, Air Transport, Water, Gas, Healthcare, and Finance. The solutions rely on novel methods and technologies, such as integrated modelling for cyber-physical systems, novel reliance indicators, and data driven approaches including BigData analytics and Artificial Intelligence (AI). Some of the presented approaches are sector agnostic i.e., applicable to different sectors with a fair customization effort. Nevertheless, the book presents also peculiar challenges of specific sectors and how they can be addressed.
Publication Date: 15 Sep 2021
For free download :
TPEB CR became a full member of the European Technology Platform NetworldEurope ETP
In July 2021, TPEB ČR became a full member of the European Technology Platform NetworldEurope ETP, a major pan-European institution driving research and innovation strategies.
NetworldEurope is a new European Technology Platform (ETP) focusing on communication networks and services. The platform builds on NetWorld2020 and its successful operation in supporting policies that increased European competitiveness in this dynamic area. Communication networks and services enable interaction between users of different types of devices, mobile or fixed, and thus meet the interconnection requirements of a modern, digital society. NetworldEurope ETP brings together 968 members from the communications systems industry: 148 leading industrial companies, 356 innovative SMEs, 331 leading academic institutions and 133 other collaborating members.
The main goal of the NetworldEurope ETP is to regularly update the research agenda to joint research programs at European and national level. In this context, it should be emphasized that research and development in the field of mobile and wireless, fixed and satellite communications networks permeates many other technological sectors.
Membership in NetworldEurope gives all members the opportunity to influence the direction of research and innovation related to future communication systems in the field of mobile and wireless networks or to find opportunities for cooperation in research and development throughout the EU. Members also receive up-to-date reports on research activities and results, offers of participation in consortia or information on possible financial support for research and development. Last but not least, they can participate in consultations and ETP NetworldEurope reports, which are communicated to the European Commission and other relevant institution. Full members have voting rights at the General Meeting. Members also can contribute and provide feedback on the NetworldEurope Strategic Research and Innovation Program (SRIA).
Opportunities for success in difficult times: Challenges and project development in the context of the European industry 4.0
The event is co-organized by TPEB and Confederation of Industry of the Czech Republic
Date and Place: 20th May 2021, online
The aim of this workshop is to present successful forms of cooperation between the private, academic and commercial sectors, often fulfilling the concepts of effective PPP projects. Active members of the Technology Platform „Energy Security of the Czech Republic“ and their portfolio of activities will be presented with regard to the strategic interests of TPEB. Three ongoing H2020 projects – SECUREGAS, STAMINA, S4ALLCITIES – will be presented to introduce SOTA innovative solutions in the area of industry 4.0.