PLOTO M18 Plenary meeting

On 7-8 February, PLOTO partners met in Athens, hosted by the partner NTUA, to discuss the work done in the first 18 months of this EU funded initiative. 

In light of the upcoming project’s mid-term review, planned on 25 April, the Consortium aligned on the ongoing activities related to the development of the PLOTO platform and its exploitation. 

Here below some pictures of the two-day event. 

KER12: Software for assessing socioeconomic impact 

KER12: Software for assessing socioeconomic impact 

PLOTO aims to improve the resilience of Inland WaterWays (IWW) and associated hinterland infrastructure against weather hazard, climate change effects, flooding, and seismic hazard. Part of the work that SoReCC is carrying out within PLOTO is to go one step beyond the...

KER11: Risk assessment engine 

KER11: Risk assessment engine 

Everyone has a different interpretation of risk. In business, risks are understood as threats to the operation and profitability of an organization. The assessment of risk then becomes a process of identifying pertinent threats and rating their likelihood and impact....

KER10: PLOTO Integrated Platform for Inland Waterways Resilience

KER10: PLOTO Integrated Platform for Inland Waterways Resilience

The main outcome of the PLOTO project will be the integrated PLOTO platform. All tools, services and solutions (be it existing or emerging) that are considered in the context of PLOTO, will be leveraged in order to develop an integrated planning platform that can be...