The ASI-SRV (Sistema Rischio Vulcanico) project is devoted to the development of an integrated system based on EO and Non EO data to respond to specific needs of the Italian Civil Protection Department (DPC). ASI-SRV provides the capability to import many different EO and Non EO data into the system, it maintains a repository where the acquired data have to be stored and generates selected products which will be functional to the different volcanic activity phases. The processing modules for Radar and EO Optical sensors data allow to estimate a number of parameters which include: surface thermal proprieties, gas, aerosol and ash emissions and to characterize the volcanic products in terms of composition and geometry, surface deformations in terms of displacements and velocity. All the generated products are related to Italian actives volcanoes and three test sites have been chosen to demonstrate the capability of this integrated system: Vesuvio, Campi Flegrei (Campania region) and Etna (Sicilia region). In this paper the first results obtained by means of modules developed within the ASI-SRV project and dedicated to the processing of EO historical series are presented.

ASI-Volcanic Risk System (SRV): A pilot project to develop EO data processing modules and products for volcanic activity monitoring, first results / M., Musacchio; M., Silvestri; M. F., Buongiorno; C., Spinetti; S., Corradini; V., Lombardo; L., Merucci; E., Sansosti; Pugnaghi, Sergio; Teggi, Sergio; S., Vignoli; A., Amodio; L., Dini. - STAMPA. - 1(2009), pp. I1-I4. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2009 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, IGARSS 2009 tenutosi a Cape Town, South Africa nel 12-17 July 2009 [10.1109/IGARSS.2009.5416928].

ASI-Volcanic Risk System (SRV): A pilot project to develop EO data processing modules and products for volcanic activity monitoring, first results

PUGNAGHI, Sergio;TEGGI, Sergio;
2009

Abstract

The ASI-SRV (Sistema Rischio Vulcanico) project is devoted to the development of an integrated system based on EO and Non EO data to respond to specific needs of the Italian Civil Protection Department (DPC). ASI-SRV provides the capability to import many different EO and Non EO data into the system, it maintains a repository where the acquired data have to be stored and generates selected products which will be functional to the different volcanic activity phases. The processing modules for Radar and EO Optical sensors data allow to estimate a number of parameters which include: surface thermal proprieties, gas, aerosol and ash emissions and to characterize the volcanic products in terms of composition and geometry, surface deformations in terms of displacements and velocity. All the generated products are related to Italian actives volcanoes and three test sites have been chosen to demonstrate the capability of this integrated system: Vesuvio, Campi Flegrei (Campania region) and Etna (Sicilia region). In this paper the first results obtained by means of modules developed within the ASI-SRV project and dedicated to the processing of EO historical series are presented.
2009 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, IGARSS 2009
Cape Town, South Africa
12-17 July 2009
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M., Musacchio; M., Silvestri; M. F., Buongiorno; C., Spinetti; S., Corradini; V., Lombardo; L., Merucci; E., Sansosti; Pugnaghi, Sergio; Teggi, Sergio; S., Vignoli; A., Amodio; L., Dini
ASI-Volcanic Risk System (SRV): A pilot project to develop EO data processing modules and products for volcanic activity monitoring, first results / M., Musacchio; M., Silvestri; M. F., Buongiorno; C., Spinetti; S., Corradini; V., Lombardo; L., Merucci; E., Sansosti; Pugnaghi, Sergio; Teggi, Sergio; S., Vignoli; A., Amodio; L., Dini. - STAMPA. - 1(2009), pp. I1-I4. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2009 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, IGARSS 2009 tenutosi a Cape Town, South Africa nel 12-17 July 2009 [10.1109/IGARSS.2009.5416928].
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