Greek EDIHS build a common Natural Disasters Resilience masterplan

Smart Attica EDIH successfully organised a workshop focused on the creation of a resilience masterplan for natural disasters,on 6th of September at the premises of NCSR Demorkitos. In light of recent events affecting regions as Thessaly, Evros, Evia and other areas across Greece, the Greek network of EDIHs joined forces to harness the country’s digital capabilities for a more resilient future.

The workshop aimed to bring together partners from the EDIH consortia and associated organisations across Greece to explore strategies for preventing, managing, and mitigating the impact of natural disasters. Furthermore, the Hellenic Rescue Team of Attica contributed significantly to the workshop, along with the representatives of the regions of Attica, Thessaly and Central Greece.

The workshop aimed to bring together partners from the EDIH consortia and associated organizations across Greece to explore strategies for preventing, managing, and mitigating the impact of natural disasters. Special recognition goes to the Hellenic Rescue Team of Attica for their significant contribution to the workshop, as well as the representatives from the regions of Attica, Thessaly, and Central Greece.

A digital collaboration platform was utilised, where fourty participating stakeholders and companies shared their ideas and services. These insights were organised and aligned with both current and potential needs, ensuring effective cooperation. 

The Greek network of EDIHs consists of DigiAgriFood, smartHEALTH European Digital Innovation Hub, GRdigiGOV innoHUB, Smart Attica European Digital Innovation Hub, Health Hub iED РInstitute of Entrepreneurship Development, SYNERGiNN and easyHPC. 

The Press Release is available in Greek.

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