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1 Simple Management of Risks Through a Web Accessible Tool for EU Regions SMART WATER

2 CO: Province of Padua – Civil Protection Department AB1: Danube Delta National Institute for Research and Development AB2: University of Thessaly – Research Committee AB3: Institute of Information and Communication Technologies – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences AB4: Region of Thessaly THE PARTNERSHIP

3 GENERAL INFO Start date 01/02/2013 End date: 31/01/2015 Duration in months: 24 PARTNERTOTAL BUDGETEC CONTRIBUTIONPARTNER CONTRIBUTION CO – PROVINCE of PADUA AB 1 – DANUBE DELTA INSTITUTE AB 2 – UNI OF THESSALY AB 3 – ICT INSTITUTE OF BULGARIA AB 4 – REGION OF THESSALY TOTAL

4 PROJECT DESCRIPTION - 1 Project Idea Background Tragic flood event, Nov. 2010, Province of Padua. Main causes: lack of an integrated communication system; lack of updated tools for forecasting. Analogue situations in the other participating Countries Project Main Objective To USE* the results and scientific contribution EXISTING at European level, improving them until obtaining a SMART application ACCESSIBLE at DIFFERENT territorial LEVEL. * There are several tools to forecast events but most of the times they are not updated or they are not able to run in real time due to non existent territorial networks able to supply the necessary data

5 PROJECT DESCRIPTION - 2 Why the project is necessary 1 - Need of increasing information circulation and citizenship awareness in order to restore the current feeling of insecurity between citizens caused by recent events. 2 - Need of increasing coordination between EU Member States and networking between funded projects on the same theme in order to maximize the reached results and link them one to another. 3 - Need of increasing cooperation and integration between territorial entities involved in Civil Protection activities and flood risk prevention in order to guarantee data availability, territorial participation and the involvement of numerous territorial levels (down to Municipalities which have the tighter link with citizens)

6 DELIVERABLES (except Management and Communication WPs) WORK PACKAGEDELIVERABLENUMBERDEADLINE ANALYSIS OF EXISTING REAL TIME SOLUTIONS STANDARD INPUT DATA SET115/04/2013 TECHNICAL WORK GROUP MEETING3March – May 2013 FINAL REPORT OF HYDRAULIC 2D MODELLING SIMULATION 1Summer 2013 FINAL HYDRAULIC RISK MAP1Summer 2013 MANUAL GUIDES501/09/2013 ACQUISITION AND STANDARDIZATION OF TERRITORIAL DATA SET OF STANDARD DATA BASES1November 2013 JOINT SCOPING STUDY1December 2013 WEB SERVICE TOOL1February 2013 SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT (web based) OPEN SOURCE SW101/03/2014 MANUAL GUIDES530/03/2014 TRAINING OF CIVIL PROTECTION AND LOCAL AUTHORITIES SETS OF TRAINING SESSIONS MATERIAL AND TOOLS 4Jan – May 2014 OFFICIALLY APPROVED PERMANENT TRAINING PROCEDURES 4May 2014 FINAL REVIEW1June 2014 TRAINING SESSIONS4March – April 2014

7 DELIVERABLES (except Management and Communication WPs) WORK PACKAGEDELIVERABLENUMBERDEADLINE PROTOCOLS OF AGREEMENT PREPARATION Report and Online tool2Oct 2013 – March 2014 Meetings with relevant Actors15May 2013 – Dec Memorandum of Understanding4Dec MODEL CALIBRATION AND VALIDATION Pilot testing on past events215/04/2014 Flood Hazard Risk Maps130/04/2014 Pilot testing in real time430/06/2014 Technical Final Report130/07/2014 Validated SMART WATER Model and available online 130/07/2014

8 MAJOR EVENTS EVENTDATEPLACE Kick – off Meeting17/01/2013Brussels 4 Partnership Meetings (dates and places to be confirmed) February 2013 July 2013 November 2014 April 2013 Padua Tulcea Volos Sofia Public Events (dates and places to be confirmed) September 2013 February 2014 June 2014 November 2014 Padua Tulcea Volos Sofia Project Final EventJanuary 2015Venice Final MeetingJanuary 2015Brussels

9 FOLLOW - UP SMART WATER will focus on KEEPING an ACTIVE and ALIVE NETWORK after the end of the project so to continuously monitor the situation and encourage the creation of a strong and coordinate network. FOLLOW - UP ACTIVITIES will be: data transmission, data update, relevant territorial actors involvement, networking with EU funded project. FOLLOW – UP PERSONNEL: 2 members for each partner (1 person for communication activities, 1 scientific expert for data update ) FOLLOW – UP EQUIPMENT: the same employed in project activities

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