In response to the Joint Call ICT & Security 1 (FP7-ICT-SEC-2007-1) and the Topic ICT-SEC-2007-1.0-01: Risk assessment and contingency planning for interconnected transport or energy networks, the SeRoN project investigates the impacts of possible man-made attacks on the transport network, in particular the resulting regional and supra-regional impacts on transport links and their economic impacts.
The aim is to develop a methodology which is to help owners and operators to analyze critical road transport networks or parts hereof and undertake a risk assessment, to evaluate planned protection measures for critical road transport infrastructures concerning their impact on security and their cost-effectiveness.
Finally recommendations for road infrastructure owners and operators concerning possible current and future threat situations and the related most effective security measures will be given.
The SeRoN brochure presenting the project results has recently been published. It describes the developed method of identifying critical bridges and tunnels in the road network and deriving appropriate protection measures.
SeRoN project brochure (EN)
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SeRoN Projektbroschüre (DE)
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