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The VISIVIA Project

VISIVIA (Safety Inspection Visits of Road Infrastructures) is a research collaboration project between the National Agency for Railway and Road Infrastructure Safety (ANSFISA) and the University of Udine - DPIA - SPRINT-Lab. The aim of the project is to develop assessment tools to support inspection activities of road infrastructures in

SERM Academy

The SERM Academy is an international training school concerning the seismic response management. SERM Academy aims at strengthening an integrated system for the seismic emergency management and at improving the cross-border interoperability among civil protection actors. On May, 7, 2016 the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, the Regional Civil Protection, the

VISUS projects

In this page you can find the projects in which the VISUS methodology was applied (including also the projects developed by SPRINT-Lab before the establishment of the UNESCO Chair).


The ASSIST research project (in Italian, ASSIST is the acronym of ‘Ammodernamento delle Strutture Sanitarie con il supporto di Indicatori Situazionali Tecnico-economici’). The ASSIST research project aimed to assess the physical environment of existing hospital facilities of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region (North-East of Italy). The goal of the ASSIST


The ARMONIA project aims to tighten collaboration between the civil protection institutions for risk prevention. Through the use of innovative methodologies, it develops a trans-frontier strategy in the management of natural disasters. The development of common protocols allows joint planning and implementation of harmonize actions to accelerate and facilitate the

STOP Handbook and Vademecum

STOP: a decision support tool for post-seismic provisional works. The acronym STOP stands for technical fact-sheets for provisional works (in Italian “Schede Tecniche per le Opere Provvisionali”). In the emergency phase following the earthquake of 6th April 2009 in L’Aquila, many damaged buildings needed provisional works in order to


LabCUBEegress is an experimental laboratory conceived and designed in order to study people’s movement and behaviour during egress situations. It is composed by several cubes with a flexible layout and this allows designing at small scale horizontal parts of an egress system.  Thanks to its portability LabCUBEegress can be
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