Human factor and SLODs: towards the definition of simulation rules in the BE
Slow-onset disasters such as air pollution and increasing temperature in our cities have currently acquired great relevance in the context of the safety, health and wellbeing of the Built Environment (BE) and of its users.
Researches on the relations between the SLOD , the BE and the human factors and well-being, moved towards the specific models to provide risk-reducing measures on the hosted population. A complete state of the art on such themes provided the organization of BE and SLOD features in view of the exposure-related issues and individual vulnerability of the BE users. Discover the results from D2.2.3 and move towards the next actions on risk matrix definition in D2.2.5, scenario creation and simulation in WP3 and WP4.