March 19, 2021
Welcome your attendance to our upcoming Workshop hosted by Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies on 19 March 2021 more






The EnviS project, in particular will transfer the experiences and technology from two Baden-Würtemberg systems: the Environmental Portal BW and the SmartResilience system to Serbia. The Environment Portal BW provides interactive and citizen-oriented, user-friendly applications for a wide scope of users, from citizen, over companies to institutions and other government bodies. The SmartResilience for assessing resilience and risks of critical infrastructures provides the possibility to assess and monitor environmental risks, resilience, and performance of critical installations, plants, and systems as possible sources of environmental and other risks. The main practical expected benefits of the project implementation include:

  • Connecting the Region
  • Protecting Environment: Environment risks
  • Building Prosperity: Knowledge society
  • Strengthening Region: Security








To address the challenges of water scarcity and droughts in line with the Danube River Basin Management Plan – Update 2015, the report on the impacts of droughts in the Danube Basin in 2015 (due in 2016) and the ongoing work in the field of climate adaptation.


Provide and enhance continuous support to the implementation of the Danube Flood Risk Management Plan – adopted in 2015 in line with the EU Floods Directive – to achieve significant reductions of flood risk events by 2021, also taking into account potential impacts of climate change and adaption strategies


To continuously update the existing database of accident hazard spots (AHS Inventory), contaminated sites and tailing management facilities.


To support the assessment of disaster risks in the Danube Region, encouraging actions to promote disaster resilience, preparedness and response activities in line with thEuropean Union Civil Protection Mechanism.






One environmetal state portal as Single Entry Point to environmental information (for the respective federal state)

Use of the existing data - practically no own or new data

Quick overview in the portal which is linked to details in the respective (specialist) system

Data is provided via "Web Cache" service

LUPO is:

  • is a toolbox of frontend and backend components
  • has a (Micro) service-oriented architecture and users Cloud services
  • uses Liferay Portal as container of the Web application
  • benefits from sharing of licenses, operational costs, know how, etc.

(download the presentation here)



The Environmental Protection Agency, as a body within the Ministry of Environmental Protection, with the status of a legal entity, performs professional tasks related to:

  • Development, harmonization and management of the national information system for environmental protection (monitoring of the state of environmental factors through environmental factors, register of pollutants, etc.);
  • Implementation of state monitoring of air and water quality, including implementation of prescribed and harmonized programs for quality control of air, surface water and groundwater of the first issue and precipitation
  • Management of the National Laboratory
  • Collection and consolidation of environmental data, their processing and preparation of reports on the state of the environment and the implementation of environmental protection policy;
  • Development of procedures for processing environmental data and their assessment;
  • Keeping data on best available techniques and practices and their application in the field of environmental protection;
  • Coperation with the European Environment Agency (EEA) and the European Information and Observation Network (EIONET) , as well as other tasks determined by law.

Highlight of recent related activities:

  • FARMES - Calculation for determining the qualities of pollutants emitted into the air. Auxiliary excel file available for easier calculation of emissions (5.1 Broilers, 5.2 Hens, 5.3 Pig and sows)
  • New report on waste management in the Republic of Serbia - download report

Remarkable environmental portals from Environmental Protection Agency:

Public Data Resources from Environmental Protection Agency:





STEINBEIS is an international network spanning roughly 1,100 transfer enterprises. This network encompasses 6,000 experts, each contributing to the network with their specialist knowledge and working on individual challenges in interdisciplinary teams to genuinely add value and thus facilitate the success of Steinbeis - that's what made Steinbeis one of the world’s most successful providers of know-how and technology transfer

The Steinbeis brand has stood for the successful transfer and sharing of know-how and technology for over 30 years. Steinbeis builds made-to-last bridges between the source of knowledge and the area of application. This is because Steinbeis employees are at home at both ends of the bridge. At Steinbeis, the focus during all projects lies in the tangible benefit for clients or the business partner. STEINBEIS NETWORK offers technology and management competence from a single source across a unique spectrum of fields, making its services available to partners and clients of all sizes in all kinds of areas. In doing so, it acts as a problem solver and service provider in the fields of consulting, research and development, training and continuing professional development.

Steinbeis operates independently of state backing, always adhering to market rules with all the services it provides. The organizational foundation of our success is based on entrepreneurial transfer processes for which we assume personal responsibility, underpinned by decentralized operations that are coordinated through a centralized framework.




Project Members

Prof. Aleksandar Jovanovic

Ms. Vanessa Pfau

Ms. Mai Thi Nguyen

Contact us: info<at>


Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies Group (R-Tech) is a cluster of business units belonging to and/or linked to Steinbeis. Over 1000 Steinbeis units are present in over 50 countries worldwide and they act as a global player in the area of innovation management and technology transfer. The “Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies” group of units deals with various aspects of risks, risk engineering and risk management, in:

  • power plants and energy supply
  • petro-chemical and process plants
  • material technologies, especially advanced material technologies
  • new & alternative technologies (CO2, H2, nano, …)

Main practical issues dealt with are:

  • risks in/of innovation (e.g. risks of unexpected side-effects)
  • risk of non-performance or performance below expectations (e.g. risks of system or component failures)
  • risk of adverse/unexpected effects and impacts (e.g. on public health and/or environment)
  • risks over the life-cycle of products and technologies (e.g. unexpected problems in decommissioning or recycling phase)
  • risk-based inspection (RBI)
  • reliability centered maintenance (RCM)
  • project risks, especially in innovation, R&D and new technologies oriented projects.

R-Tech is also one of the five founding members of  European Risk & Resilience Institute EU-VRi. The institute is an EEIG. The group is capable to cover the above topics either on its own or in close co-operation with Steinbeis network, European Risk & Resilience Institute (EU-VRi), Virtual Institute of Knowledge-based Multifunctional Materials, European Technology Platform Industrial Safety and other networks (all involving over 2,000 persons and over 500 companies)

The activities of the R-Tech group involve projects and activities on industrial, national, EU, and international level, tackling, e.g.:

  • integrated management of risk related to new technologies (e.g the iNTeg-Risk project)
  • smart resilience indicators for Smart Critical Infrastructures (SCIs) (SmartResilience Project)
  • standardization it the area of emerging risks and resilience, e.g. the CWA 16694 (DIN SPEC 91299:2013-10)


Steinbeis Hochschule Berlin (SHB) is a private university, which is founded in 1998. The university offers students and companies practice-oriented, extra-occupational higher education based on the project competence concept, leading to nationally recognized qualifications.

The research carried out by SHB focuses on issues with practical applications. The SHB portfolio of courses ranges from certification courses to degrees and doctoral programs. During the competence developing Steinbeis degrees students manage and implement projects in the company sponsoring their studies

The Steinbeis Transfer Institute Advanced Risk Technologies is part of the Steinbeis University Berlin and dedicated for risk management activities, as part of Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies Group. Building upon the success of the Group and its network of European, national and large-scale industry projects, the Institute is committed to transfer its know-how and holistic understanding to new generations of experts and leaders. The integrative approach and practice are the cornerstones of the study programs offered by the Institute.





Dr.-Ing. Thorsten Schlachter


The Institute for Automation and Applied Informatics (IAI) is a research institute of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) that is member of the Helmholtz Association (HGF). IAI conducts research and development in the area of innovative, application-oriented information, automation, and systems technologies for futureproof energy systems and complex industrial and laboratory processes. Interdisciplinary working groups conceive integrated systems solutions, with all development phases being covered from conceptual design to modeling and simulation, to prototyping, to practical testing, also under industrial conditions. Our work also gives rise to novel, reusable methods and tools for system building.

Work of IAI is embedded in the programs “BioInterfaces in Technology and Medicine”, “Energy Efficiency, Materials and Resources”, “Renewable Energies”, “Supercomputing & Big Data”, “Storage Systems and Cross-linked Infrastructures”, “Science and Technology of Nanosystems”, and “Technology, Innovation, and Society” of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the Helmholtz Association of National Research Centres.

The Institute carries out projects in cooperation with partners from industry, administration, and other research institutions in Germany and abroad. Among others, the Institute is involved in projects of the EU, various federal and state ministries, the DFG (German Research Foundation), AiF (German Federation of Industrial Research Associations), and German industry. Members of staff of the Institute work in standardization bodies, specialized, expert, and program committees. 






NIS Group is one of the largest vertically integrated energy systems in Southeast Europe,
which employs about 11,000 workers. The main activities of the NIS Group are research, production and oil and natural gas processing, trade in a wide range of oil and gas derivatives, 
as well as realization of projects in the field of petrochemistry and energy. The main production capacities are located in the Republic of Serbia, while the subsidiaries and representative offices opened in several countries around the world.

The goal of NIS is to be the largest fast-growing energy system in the region and an example to others business efficiency and the dynamics of sustainable development, as well as in challenging macroeconomic circumstances provide new values for its shareholders, employees and the community in which it operates.

The business activities of the NIS Group are organized within the parent company NIS a.d. Novi Sad through Research and Production Block 1 and the DOWNSTREAM2 division




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