We are excited to announce that GSH involved project eUMaP, is selected for funding under the H2020-MSCA-RISE-2020 1: The project eUMaP aims to develop an open platform through which local and public authorities will be able to better plan and manage the demand and supply of building utilities, including energy, water, waste and telecommunication in crisis, quarantine and lockdown situations such as during COVID-19. Staff exchanges between the nine collaborating partners will develop and pilot a platform in four European cities that can be of great value to prepare for future crises. This project will be realized through the effective collaboration of nine partners (four universities/ research institutes and five R&D performing enterprises), which are specialized in the disciplines of BIM, GIS, remote sensing, utilities management, including energy, water and waste management, as well as telecommunication and big data analysis. https://ec.europa.eu/research/mariecurieactions/news/rise-2020-results-announced_en
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