After the face-to-face meeting of BIECO in June in Lisbon, where useful ideas for the correct development of the tools have been clarified and secured, the regular WP3 monthly meetings have been taken up. In the July meeting, the evolution of the different detection,...
The 6th December took place the WP6 monthly meeting. During the meeting IESE summarized the status of T6.3 and D6.4. Additional enhancements to the T6.3 activities and further work were discussed. 7Bulls updated on the status of their tool and use case, and discussed...
The 8th November took place the WP6 monthly meeting. In the meeting, 7Bulls updated on their status regarding T6.4, Fraunhofer IESE updated regarding the status of T6.3, IESE provided an allocation for deliverable sections, CNR provided updates regarding their...
The 4th October took place the WP6 monthly meeting. During the meeting, IESE updated WP6 partners on the discussion with WP5 partners CNR. WP6 partner CNR presented their progress conducting an A/B comparison for the ICT gateway use case. Further discussions for...
The 6th September took place the WP6 monthly meeting. During the meeting the WP6 partners discussed their input towards the BIECO-wide workshop and IESE presented the status of T6.3. In the meeting, the WP6 partners discussed their input towards the BIECO-wide...
The 2nd August took place the WP6 monthly meeting. During the meeting Resiltech updated the rest of the round regarding D6.2, the status of T6.3 and the roadmap towards D6.4 were also discussed. Furthermore, CNR presented their initial views regarding integration of...
The 5th July took place the WP6 monthly meeting. The meeting’s main focus has been on tasks T6.2 and T6.3. Fraunhofer IESE described the current plan for the definition of mitigation strategies, which will involve the ConSerts and the Intrusion Tolerance...
The 7th June took place the WP6 monthly meeting. During the meeting we discussed further the integration of MUD standard in ResilBlockly and brought to the finalization of the design of three functionalities: MUD import, MUD specification and MUD extension and export....
The 3rd May took place the WP6 monthly meeting. During the meeting the WP6 partners discussed the roadmap towards the finalization and delivery of D6.1. During the May’s monthly meeting, WP6 partners have discussed the roadmap towards the finalization and delivery of...
The 12th April took place the WP6 monthly meeting. During the meeting we discussed the technical alignment for the tasks T6.1 and T6.2 and the updates regarding the MUD integration in ResilBlockly. Furthermore RES presented the ToC of the deliverables D6.1 and D6.2....
The 1st March took place the WP6 monthly meeting. IESE presented their tool called SafeTbox and they introduced the Conditional Safety Certificates (ConSerts). During this monthly meeting, IESE presented their tool called safeTbox, a tool for modelling and safety...
The 1st February took place the WP6 monthly meeting. During the meeting it was presented ResilBlockly, the new refactored and extended version of the Blockly4SoS tool. The main focus of this call was on the presentation of Blockly4SoS and on the live demo of the new...
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