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Risk - we care!
October 16, 2018
On October 16, 2018, Steinbeis R-Tech and EnBW organize a workshop devoted to the new EU standard on Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) EN16991:2018 published on May 1, 2018. The participation in the workshop is free of charge but registration is mandatory. more
SmartResilience Selection of CORE DCL ISSUES & INDIA Workshop in Brussels
September 13, 2018
SmartResilience Project Partners met in Brussels on September 11-12, 2018 in order to discuss the CORE list of issues and the INDIA CASE STUDY.  On the first day, Prof Jovanovic introduced the concept of the CORE dynamic checklist (DCL) and presented the SmartResilience tool. During this day, the workshop participants reviewed the issues and finalized the CORE DCL. On the second day, a tabletop exercise was conducted to simulate cascading and ripple effects on combined scenarios (CASE STUDY INDIA).
August 16, 2018
On August 16, 2018, Beijing Academy of Science and Technology (BJAST), Steinbeis, Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies (R-Tech) and the European Institute for Integrated Risk Management (EU-VRi) signed a collaboration agreement in the area of Risk Management. more
August 1, 2018
On July 27, 2018, the ISO Technical Committee TC26 has approved to start the work on the development of the new standard ISO 31050 Guidance for Managing Emerging Risks to Enhance Resilience, under the convenership of EU-VRi.
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May 30, 2018
SmartResilience Project Partners, Members of Critical Infrastructure Resilience Advisory Board, insurance experts, representatives of different research institutes as well as end-users met in Potsdam on May 29, 2018 in order to discuss the progress of the work done in the project and align the further line of action for the remaining 11 months of the Project duration. more
SmartResilience workshop and third review meeting taking place in Potsdam on May 29-30, 2018!
May 28, 2018

SmartResilience workshop and third review meeting will be taking place in Potsdam on May 29-30, 2018! On Day 1, all project partners would meet to discuss project activities. Also, an Open workshop with the stakeholders and end-users from re-insurance sectors, Critical infrastructure operators, research and industry will be organized.

On Day 2, reviewers from the European Commission would review the progress of the SmartResilience project to set the next steps for the last year of the project.

May 20, 2018

After several years of intensive technical and organizational work, performed and financially supported by a group of industrial and other organizations (TÜV SÜD, TÜV Austria, EnBW, MAN, Shell, TÜV Rheinland SA, Bayer TS, BMILP China, DNV, Lloyd's and others), and lead by Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies (convener A. Jovanović, project manager F. A. Quintero) the new EU standard on Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) EN16991:2018 was published on May 1, 2018 by NEN (The Netherlands)! (see https://www.nen.nl/NEN-Shop-2/Standard/NENEN-169912018-en.htm).

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April 5, 2018
Approaching the end of its second year, SmartResilience has released its 3rd newsletter! more
Prof. Dr. A. Jovanovic presented the lecture: “Fooled by (past) resilience: Why do we overestimate resilience of our critical infrastructures” at University of Wuppertal (BUW).
January 24, 2018
Mr. Jovanovic was invited as guest lecturer for the public safety lecture series at BUW. His presentation focused on the state of the art knowledge about resilience quantification developed within the SmartResilience project. The Horizon 2020 research project is elaborating a new advanced resilience assessment methodology in order to measure and increase resilience of smart critical infrastructures (SCIs) within Europe and around the world. The lecture is available on Youtube (for the BUW channel see Here) and Facebook.
 


Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies Group (R-Tech)

is a cluster of business units belonging to and/or linked to Steinbeis (www.steinbeis.de). Over 1000 Steinbeis units are present in over 50 countries worldwide and they act today as a global player in the area of innovation management and technology transfer. The “Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies” group of units deals with various aspects of risks, risk engineering and risk management, in:
  • petro-chemical and process plants
  • power plants and energy supply
  • material technologies, especially advanced material technologies
  • new & alternative technologies (CO2, H2, nano, …)
  • other areas
Main practical issues dealt with are:
  • risks in/of innovation (e.g. risks of unexpected side-effects)
  • risk of non-performance or performance below expectations (e.g. risks of system or component failures)
  • risk of adverse/unexpected effects and impacts (e.g. on public health and/or environment)
  • risks over the life-cycle of products and technologies (e.g. unexpected problems in decommissioning or recycling phase)
  • risk-based inspection (RBI)
  • reliability centered maintenance (RCM)
  • project risks, especially in innovation, R&D and new technologies oriented projects.
Organizing European and national stakeholders, promoting and supporting technology transfer, introducing new approaches to the risks and their management, developing specific methods and tools are examples of these activities.

R-Tech is also one of the five founding members of  European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management EU-VRi. The institute (www.eu-vri.eu) is an EEIG (European Economic Interest Grouping). The group is capable to cover the above topics either on its own or in close co-operation with Steinbeis network, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management (EU-VRi), Virtual Institute of Knowledge-based Multifunctional Materials (KMM-VIN), European Technology Platform Industrial Safety (ETPIS) and other networks (all involving over 2,000 persons and over 500 companies).
The activities of the R-Tech group involve projects and activities on industrial, national, EU, and international level, tackling, e.g.:
  • integrated management of risk related to new technologies (e.g the iNTeg-Risk project)
  • smart resilience indicators for Smart Critical Infrastructures (SCIs) (SmartResilience Project)
  • standardization it the area of emerging risks and resilience, e.g. the CWA 16694 (DIN SPEC 91299:2013-10)
In order to provide the optimal service and results, the R-Tech group has dedicated units for specific area of “advanced risk technologies” such as:
  • technology transfer
  • education
  • R&D
  • industrial services (“business-oriented”)
  • EU-related issues

Large web-based system iRiS (Integrated Risk Management System) and its derivatives have been developed for the petroleum and power industries and have been applied worldwide. R-Tech supports ETPIS - European Technology Platform on Industrial Safety, coordinates activities in the area of emerging risk and has leaded the activity on standardizing the EU approach in the area of RBI (Risk Based Inspection), leading to the CEN Workshop Agreement document 15740: 2008/2011 and the subsequent EU-standard EN 16991:2016



 

Main premises of Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies (R-Tech):
Lange Str. 54
70174 Stuttgart
Germany

Registered address & other premises:
Haus der Wirtschaft
Willi-Bleicher-Straße 19
70174 Stuttgart
Germany

Phone: +49 711 410041-27/-28/-29/-33
Fax: +49 711 410041-24
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