Cost Action on Resilient Communication Services Protecting End-user Applications from Disaster-based Failures
|Scientists:||Dr. Heiko Niedermayer|
|Duration:||01.03.2016 – 29.02.2020|
Disaster-based disruptions seriously degrading the performance of any communication network (following from natural disasters, technology-related disasters, or malicious attacks) are now gaining importance due to observed increase of their intensity and scale. The problem is of the utmost importance due to lack of appropriate mechanisms deployed in practice in Europe. Each time, unavailability of communication networks services, considered as an important part of critical infrastructure, in the presence of disasters implies evident societal problems for people desperately seeking for information, or trying to communicate with each other.