Cranfield University are working on probabilistic subsidence modelling across Worcestershire to aid county-scale infrastructure planning. A model to examine possible landslides is also being tested and undergoing validation. The models could be expanded to cover the rest of the UK.
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Worcestershire County Council – case study on geohazard assessment
“Following 4 years of intensive development, we are excited to have this opportunity to formally release the production version of the DAFNI platform and invite all to really start to use ... read more
Dr Edward Oughton awarded Runner Up in prestigious Lloyd’s 2021 Science of Risk awards (Cyber category) 2021
The prize was for Dr Oughton’s research quantifying the vulnerability of electricity networks from cyberattacks. The prestigious Lloyd’s Science of Risk prizes are awarded to esteemed ... read more
A lack of available demand data can hinder infrastructure assessment. To better identify the ‘digital divide’ in telecoms demand, it is possible to predict cell phone adoption and spending using read more