The first long-term view of the UK’s infrastructure needs was published in July 2018 by the National Infrastructure Commission, underpinned by our advanced modelling and analysis of future scenarios.
ITRC-MISTRAL played an important role in the National Infrastructure Commission’s (NIC) report Preparing for a drier future – England’s water infrastructure needs. This report assesses the options for ensuring stable water supplies even during droughts.
ITRC-MISTRAL event 18 April 2018
Our showcase of ITRC’s latest research demonstrated examples of how the models, methods, tools and datasets are being applied in the UK and internationally.
- ITRC modellers Will Usher, Simon Blainey, Modassar Chaudry and DAFNI software engineers win the Geospatial Hackathon hosted by the Infrastructure Projects Authority (IPA)
- ITRC Risk & Resilience Team contributed ground-breaking analysis to new Environment Agency report on investment in flood and coastal erosion risk management – 40% of transport & utilities assets at risk
- New World Bank report & video: Beyond the gap: How low and middle income countries can afford the infrastructure they need while protecting the planet
- Solar storms could cause blackouts and leave Britain with £16 billion worth of damage, warns ITRC's Dr Ed Oughton
- UN & ITRC at COP24: The infrastructure – climate change nexus: Integrated approaches as a catalyst for transformational change (pdf, 630 KB)
- ITRC and Digital Catapult modelling 5G technology for the UK
- Chancellor formally requests the National Infrastructure Commission to conduct a study on infrastructure resilience
- ITRC researcher Dr Ed Oughton selected for Young Scholar Award by the Pacific Telecommunication Council
- Green energy is the future – ITRC research underpins the National Infrastructure Assessment
- ITRC provides analytical engine for the UK government’s infrastructure planning
- ITRC / UN provides analysis and recommendations to Curaçao cabinet on climate resilient infrastructure planning
- Find out what we do! From household to global: simulating national infrastructure to inform decision-making – presentations & posters now online
- You can now follow us on LinkedIn…