HOW VULNERABLE ARE OUR TRANSPORT, ENERGY AND TELECOMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURES?
RAIN contributes to minimising the impact of extreme weather events on transport, energy and telecommunication networks. The project will develop early warning systems, decision support tools and engineering solutions to ensure rapid reinstatement of the network. This will improve reliability of critical infrastructures and reduce disruption for citizens.
The damage and threats caused by extreme weather events have become more varied in different regions across Europe and worldwide in recent years. In 2005 the centre of the Finnish capital Helsinki was nearly flooded because… Read More
The Extreme Weather Risk Assessment Tool developed within the RAIN project by Grupo AIA has been released under MIT license. The risk assessment tool allows a reproducible workflow that integrates weather threats and physical context… Read More
This collection contains Pan-European gridded data sets of the probability of occurrence of: river floods, coastal floods, heavy precipitation, windstorms, heavy snowfall, blizzards, crown snow load, freezing rain, forest fires, thunderstorms, hailstorms, tornadoes and convective wind… Read More
- 23–28 April 2017
- 22–26 January 2017