Ongoing Project

EU-CIP

European Knowledge Hub and Policy Testbed for Critical Infrastructure Protection

Project Information

Project's Acronym
EU-CIP
Fund
Horizon Europe
Time Frame
10.2022 – 09.2025
Website
https://web.archive.org/web/20160102060715/http://www.indect-project.eu/
EU Commission Page

Description

EU-CIP is a three-year project that aims to establish a novel pan-European knowledge network for Resilient Infrastructures, which will enable policymakers to shape and produce data‑driven evidence‑based policies, while boosting the innovation capacity of Critical Infrastructures operators, authorities, and innovators.

The initiative brings together 20 partners from different sectors that are part of European Cluster for Securing Critical Infrastructures. In order to maximize the impact of the project’s activities, EU-CIP consortium will establish an EU-wide Knowledge-Hub with advanced analytical and innovation support services. In addition, the project will establish a FAIR data observatory of research projects, outcomes, as well as technologies, standards, and policies.

Goals

Objectives of EU-CIP:

  • Enhance Europe’s analytical capability regarding research outcomes, technologies, and policies – foster data-driven evidence-based policy and innovation development.
  • Maximize the impact of R&I Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) and Critical Infrastructure Resilience (CIR) Activities in Europe through innovation support and solutions validation services.
  • Establish a Knowledge-Hub and create a vibrant ecosystem of interested and committed stakeholders around project’s results.

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Consortium

Coordinator:

  • Engineering Group – Italy.

Partners:

  • German Aerospace Center – Germany,
  • GFT Italy – Italy,
  • INOV – Portugal,
  • Inlecom Commercial Pathways – Ireland,
  • SINTEF AS – Norway,
  • Steinbeis European Risk & Resilience Institute – Germany,
  • Polish Platform for Homeland Security – Poland,
  • Laurea University of Applied Sciences – Finland,
  • INNOV–ACTS – Cyprus,
  • Norsk Regnesentral – Norway,
  • The European Organisation for Security – Belgium,
  • The University of Leuven – Belgium,
  • FSTechnology S.p.A. – Italy,
  • Athens International Airport – Greece,
  • Fundación Valenciaport – Spain,
  • Orange Romania – Romania,
  • Electricite de France – France,
  • Association Française De Normalisation – France,
  • Leonardo – Italy.

Financing

This project is funded by the European Commission.

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