RESILTRACK will provide real-time data and will also be able to forecast the behaviour of the infrastructure to allow infrastructure managers to act where necessary, making it resilient to the effects of climate change.

The new maintenance techniques proposed by Resiltrack take advantage of the opportunities offered by new technologies including real-time sensors and the collection, processing and integration of large amounts of data and building information modelling (BIM), as well as advances in computational calculation that allows the consideration of a wide range of simulations with predictive capabilities in decision-making.

The project, which started in 2017, has passed the industrial and experimental research stages, as well as several pilot tests and is in its final phase of development.