Project PartnersThe project promotes an exchange of expert knowledge and best practice of different disciplines and from different member states.
Federal Highway Research Institute (Germany)
BASt has extensive experience in infrastructure security research on naitonal and European level, including risk analysis, assessment and management, climate change and extreme weather events and civil security research. Additionally, BASt contributes and develops regulations and design standards for road transport infrastructure in Germany and supports the development of European legislation regarding roads.
In particular, BASt has led/leads two EU CIPS projects,dealing with security of critical infrastructures in Europe (SecMan, AllTraIn). The experience and results gained in these projects enable BASt to contribute and lead the proposed project efficiently.
ILF ZT GmbH
Consulting Engineers (Austria)
ILF is a 100 % independent, fully private-owned engineering and consulting firm offering full-scope services for major infrastructure projects. It has a long record on engineering risk analysis, security and safety and is one of the most esteemed consultants on tunnel risk analysis in Europe. ILF has successfully participated in previous EU research projects on infrastructure (including security, safety and natural hazards) as well as its sound and comprehensive experience in tunnel, bridge and traffic planning and design.
Centre for Research & Technology (Greece)
CERTH-HIT has a long standing record of research projects and studies focusing on the vulnerability of the transportation system, the quantification of impacts associated with various climatic scenarios and the formulation of measures and policies for coping with impact assessment of extreme weather events on transportation systems and networks. CERTH-HIT has participated in the WEATHER FP7 project focusing on providing integrated methodologies for assessing the impacts of extreme weather events on transport networks, operations and services, as well as on emergency management plans and operations. It is also currently involved in the MOWE-IT FP7 project regarding the management of extreme weather events in transportation networks at European level.
The project RAIN-EX is funded by the Prevention, Preparedness and Consequence Management of Terrorism and other Security-related Risks Programme (CIPS), European Commission – Directorate-General Home Affairs.