Digital Defense, Aerospace & Homeland Security
Approach & Solution
The research project PRECINCT aims to connect private and public CI stakeholders in a geographical area to a common cyber-physical security management approach which will yield a protected territory for citizens and infrastructures, a ‘PRECINCT’ that can be replicated efficiently for a safer Europe.
The objective is to improve CI protection for specific installations from vulnerabilities arising from interdependencies and cascading effects.
Increased automation and accuracy in security and resilience management will reduce costs and increase efficiency for CI management. The main societal benefits include enhanced physical security and safety levels, as well as data protection for personal and organisational information.
Engineering leads the technical coordination of the project, providing its expertise towards the PRECINCT Platform, Reference Framework and Digital Twin Instantiation. The project has received co-funding from H2020-SU-INFRA-2020 the European Union's Horizon 2020 programme - Contract No. 101021668.
Creation of a collaborative infrastructure
Use of machine learning techniques by PRECINCT's Digital Twin
AI & Advanced Analytics
Research & Innovation