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The success consortium links a balanced network of industries, high-standing research institutions and the topmost ranked universities representing the European excellence in the science. Our partners are regionally distributed within several European States.

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The success project will develop an overarching approach to threat and countermeasure analysis with special focus on the vulnerabilities introduced by Smart Meters.
Success will achieve this objective by encapsulating the key challenges of Security, Resilience, Survivability and Privacy in 3 use cases which will focus the Research, Implementation and Evaluation concepts.

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Cyber Security - The Attack

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Launch event at the European Utility Week

The two research projects RESERVE and success were launched at the EUW in Barcelona. Marguerite Sayers, CEO of ESB (Electriity Supply Board), Ireland, Charlotte Sund, Senior Vice President of Ericsson, Sweden, Massimo Cresta, Technical Director, ASM Terni, Italy and Prof. Antonello Monti, RWTH Aachen, Germany made speeches. About 50 people and journalists attended the event.

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to announce the launch of the two EU projects success and RESERVE at the European Utility Week in Barcelona.

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Events

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Innovation Event

The first innovation event was a lively signal on the start of SUCCESS, the presence of more than 150 attendants, the strong media coverage and the participation of top level authorities, have given a strong signal on the considerable significance that the aspects treated by SUCCESS have in the political agenda.

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Advisory Board

The first advisory board meeting will come up soon!

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External Events

success will be represented at the European Utility Week in Barcelona
15-17 November.
The project launch event will take place on the 15th of November 14:00 at the Ericsson Stand.

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Trials

 

Four trials, operated by DSO’s, will be located in Ireland (2 separate trials), Italy and Romania. Simulations and modelling will be used to demonstrate results applicable to Future Smart Grid Networks (2030+).

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