Taking action

Get involved and help shape the future of the project as it moves into a new phase of progress.

CReDo is combining datasets from Anglian Water, BT and UK Power Networks into one system model to develop a cross-sector picture of extreme weather events. In bringing together data and insights across sectorial and organisational boundaries, the project shows how we can collaborate on a national network of connected digital twins to create resilient infrastructure.

The CReDo team would like to engage with asset owners, regulators, government and policy experts, businesses and academia across all sectors who want to help in steering the direction of future phases of this exciting project.

The connected insights from CReDo become more powerful as new networks and data join the project. Can you share your data and unlock new resilience planning opportunities?

CReDo is keen to accelerate conversations with new regulators and policy makers about climate resilience and cross-sector collaboration for tackling climate change. We are already in discussion with several of the regulators who oversee the sectors across the asset networks on the CReDo project. We would like to widen these conversations to support a collaborative approach to innovation on climate change.

We’re calling upon regulators and those already involved in policy making for cross-sector collaboration on climate resilience, to help bring in new voices from other sectors – encouraging those whose top priority right now may not be climate resilience.

We are especially keen to open a dialogue about cross-sector collaboration for Critical National Infrastructure with regulators and policy makers in the following sectors:

  1. Transport – Road (local and strategic road network) and Rail
  2. Maritime
  3. Aviation
  4. Environment Management
  5. Housing
  6. Health Infrastructure
  7. Transmission Networks – e.g. Electricity, Gas, Hydrogen

Please get in touch with us via email, or through the CReDo Network on the DT Hub.

Connected Places Catapult is tasked with sparking innovation where it is risky and difficult for markets to do so organically themselves. This is where the Climate Resilience Demonstrator (CReDo) comes in, we are building a working prototype system that shows how data can be shared across sectors and used to make smarter planning decisions for future climate resilient infrastructure.

As a demonstrator project we are still testing and developing solutions that solve challenges and make meaningful adaptations to improve overall climate change resilience. However, our work isn’t done, and we want your help. If you are a researcher whose work could synergise with CReDo’s, or an organisation with interesting data relevant to CReDo that could be connected, we want to hear from you.

It’s also our job to transition demonstrators and products sustainably back to the market – CReDo is at the start of this journey, and we would like your help to explore all opportunities for collaborative research and development across a range of sectors. We are keen to get input from the market into our future roadmap and gain support for sustainable funding pathways. Can you help?

  • Are you aware of suitable innovation funds where CReDo could make a real impact?
  • Or, do you have a specific use case for using CReDo – let us help you solve your individual challenges.
  • The code-base for CReDo is open and can be used for development and research by others. Do you have a project that could be community-led? The system is being built to enable third-party models to interact with the CReDo knowledge graph and add new insights into the system.

Please get in touch with us via email, or through the CReDo Network on the DT Hub.