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ICT for the Environment. Long term objective: To contribute to environmental policies from definition to monitoring To help achieve world-class environment administration in the EU by enhancing their efficiency, openness and accountability

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Ict for the environment
ICT for the Environment

  • Long term objective:

    To contribute to environmental policies from definition to monitoring

    To help achieve world-class environment administration in the EU by enhancing their efficiency, openness and accountability

    To help creating a EU market for ICT applications and services


History of the action
History of the action

  • FP5 Exploratory action in environmental applications

    • Broad scope: air, water, soil, noise, natural disasters

    • Mixed results and a few outstanding projects:

      • APNEE, HEAVEN, EDEN-IW, I-MARQ, DISMAR, HARMONOISE, SEWING, EGERIS, FORMIDABLE, EOLES

  • FP6 Focus on disaster management

    • Good intermediate results: ORCHESTRA OASIS, MITRA

  • FP7 Focus on sustainability


Fp6 ict for environmental risk management
FP6 ICT for environmental risk management

FP6 objectives

  • To contribute to the deployment of an eINFRASTRUCTURE for risk management in Europe

  • To promote the development of cost-effective ICT services for disaster mitigation

    • System integration – solution driven

    • Specific technological developments when needed

    • Market & user needs driven

      • Focus on generic solutions

      • Re-usable software components

      • Open source software

      • Interoperability, scalability

    • Based on state-of-the-art risk and environment science


Ict for environmental risk management
ICT for environmental risk management

The strategic approach 1.

  • to cover the whole risk management cycle.

    Risk assessment, preparedness, early warning, alert, response, recovery, lessons learnt etc.

  • to cover all environmental hazards, including systemic risks / cascading risks

  • to focus on system architecture rather than specific applications

    To decrease the development and maintenance cost whilst improving reliability, scalability and interoperability


Ict for environmental risk management1
ICT for environmental risk management

Strategic approach 2

  • To support large scale pilot test with end-users

  • To foster pre-standardisation activities as an integral part of RTD

  • To promote open source as a mean to improve the uptake of RTD results

  • To contribute to the relevant EU policies and actions:

    INSPIRE, GMES, GEOSS


FP6 Environmental risk management

  • Prevention and Mitigation

  • Hazard prediction and modeling

  • Risk assessment and mapping

  • Regional/city Planning

  • Structural non structural measures

  • Public Awareness & Education..

  • Preparedness

  • Scenarios development

  • Emergency Planning maps

  • Training

  • Alert

  • Real time monitoring

  • & forecasting

  • Early warning

  • Scenario identification

  • all media alarm

  • Secure &dependable telecom

  • Post Disaster

  • Lessons learnt

  • Scenario update

  • Socio-economic and environmental impact assessment

  • Spatial re-planning

  • Response

  • Emergency telecommunication

  • Command control coordination

  • Situational awareness, crisis maps

  • Information communication

  • Dispatching of resources

  • Recovery

  • Early damage assessment

  • Re-establishing life-lines transport &communication infrastructure


Ict for environmental risk management2
ICT for environmental risk management

Strategy implementation

  • Structuring projects : IPs

  • Innovative projects : STREPs

  • Call 2 (42 M€)

    • eINFRASTRUCTURE for risk management

      • Interoperability of geo-spatial data

      • Service architecture

    • Improved emergency management

      • Command control coordination

      • Full situational awareness

      • In a multi-lingual/cultural environment


Fp6 ict for environmental risk management1
FP6 ICT for environmental risk management

Strategy implementation

Call 5 (46 M€)

  • Sensor network architecture

  • Public safety communications ( alert)

  • Take-up actions to support the risk management architectures

  • Call 6 (5 M€)

    • Tsunami early warning and alert system

      • Integration of the whole risk management chain

      • All hazard all media alert systems

      • Significant international cooperation, IOC,NOAA …

      • Contribution to GEOSS


  • Call 6
    Call 6

    • Toward an integrated tsunami early warning and alert system.( STREP + SSA) funding 5 M€

      • enabling strong collaboration and interoperability across the whole disaster-reduction cycle.

      • based on the integration of advanced ICT systems and services to meet the needs of local, regional and basin wide TEWS

      • Alert communications making use of all media broadcasting & telecoms.

      • Validation environments for testing prototype integrated systems and services

      • SSAs CAs to support technology transfer and sharing best practices


    Fp7 ict for sustainable development
    FP7: ICT for Sustainable development

    • Continue risk management activities

      • vulnerability management

        • regional and city planning

        • critical infrastructure ( non ICT )

      • humanitarian crisis

    • Environment and health

      • air pollution indoor and outdoor,

      • water and soil pollution, waste management,

      • linking environment and health IS,

      • disease control

    • Renewable resources management

      • managed biodiversity, eco-accounting

    • ICT for energy efficiency


    Technical development
    Technical development

    • Integration of observing systems in service oriented architecture, workflow management (eInfrastructure)

    • Multi-resolution, multi-topology data management

    • Data archiving and data legacy

    • Techniques for highly distributed processing and modelling ( eco-systems simulation)

    • Information systems for planning, decision support under uncertainty,

    • Semantic based engines for environmental data browsing and analysis in a highly distributed environment

    • 4D visualization techniques

    • Data traceability , quality standards for data production and transformation

    • Autonomous intelligent sensors for early warning systems



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