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eSudoe
2021
2027

INUNDATIO

Automation of the modélisation des risques d’inondation dans les eaux d’amont des bassins

Axis 4: Combating climate change
OBJECTIVE 5B1 :
Improving the coordination and effectiveness of prevention, disasters management and rehabilitation tools of damaged areas
STATE: En curso
CODE: SOE3/P4/E0929
TOTAL ELIGIBLE COST (€)
1.427.000,00
AID FEDER (€)
1070250,00
José Carlos García García

PROJECT MANAGER

SECTORS: Desertification, Drought, Floods or cyclical submersions, Forest fires, Integrated management of the ressources and natural sites, Management of natural heritage, Soil erosion
ANNOUNCEMENT: Tercera
DURATION:
1 March, 2020
31 August, 2022
RESULTS: 2022-03-31
PRIMARY BENEFICIARY:
Fundación Santa María La Real del Patrimonio Histórico
OTHER BENEFICIARIES:

1. Fundación Santa María La Real del Patrimonio Histórico (ES)

2. Centre d’études, d’expertise sur les risques, l’environnement, la mobilité et l’aménagement (FR)

3. Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil (PT)

4. Universidad de Castilla la Mancha (ES)

5. Agrupación Empresarial innovadora para la construcción eficiente (ES)

6. Instituto tecnológico de Castilla y León (ES)

INUNDATIO develops and validates a low-cost system for early warning of sudden avenues in the headwaters of river basins and integrates it with protocols for prevention, reaction to random events and repair of the damages caused. The project mitigates the risk of loss of life and economic damage in the Sudoe territory. Thus, INUNDATIO monitors, in real time, the headwaters of rivers and streams, since in them the behavior of meteorological phenomena is less predictable, they evolve very quickly, hinder the reaction and their impact can be serious. Three pilot cases have been chosen that represent the three climatic areas of the Sudoe territory (oceanic, Mediterranean and high mountain). In this way, all possible scenarios in our territory will be recreated.

INUNDATIO offers a model of management system for sudden floods (flash floods) at the head of the basin based on its hydromorphological characterization, the continuous characterization of the hazard through the collection and analysis of historical and real-time hydrometeorological data (rain + flow), simulation of risk scenarios and vulnerability analysis for human lives and material elements. It will allow its application to all the basin headwaters of the Sudoe territory where vulnerability due to torrential flooding is relevant.

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