- The Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) and the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology are part of an EU-funded project to strengthen the resilience of critical infrastructure
- SUNRISE project is funded with a total of 10 million euros, partner institutes from 16 countries are involved
- Results of the project will improve planning and management of transport, energy, water and health services
(Vienna, 11.11.2022) The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the vulnerability of vital structures in society in many areas. This is the starting point for the EU-funded SUNRISE project, which aims to ensure greater availability, reliability and continuity of critical infrastructures in Europe. These include transport, energy, water and healthcare. Over the next three years, 41 partner organizations will work together to develop a range of novel technologies and solutions to increase the resilience of these critical infrastructures to the impact of future pandemics and other risks. The project is funded by the European research funding program Horizon Europe for a total of 10 million euros and is led by the Spanish branch of global cloud and digital services provider ATOS IT Solutions and Services Iberia SL. The Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) and the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology are the two Austrian representatives on the project team.
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