PLOTO at DISC’ 2023

PLOTO’s partner, the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), actively took part in the DISC’ 2023 event held in Budapest on the 5th and 6th of December.

The event, organised by two other PLOTO partners—RSOE and AFDJ—was conducted in person, with Thodoris Betsas, a PhD candidate from NTUA, presenting the comprehensive activities undertaken within the technical work packages. His focus centred on mapping inland waterways and analysing the specific use cases in PLOTO’s pilot sites: Romania, Hungary, and Belgium.

Download the presentation at this link.

KER10: PLOTO Integrated Platform for Inland Waterways Resilience

KER10: PLOTO Integrated Platform for Inland Waterways Resilience

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KER 9 – Fore-Now/Casting Weather Predictions tool 

KER 9 – Fore-Now/Casting Weather Predictions tool 

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KER 8 – Coupled Multi-nested Local Scale Modelling

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