The research object is the study and prevention of landslide risk through the utilization of integrated surveying systems like GPS and Automatic Total Station (Robotic station).The measurements have been applied to Boschi di Valoria landslide, located on Appennines of Modena in the Northern Italy, which relatively large size, about 1.6 square km, required the use of both techniques. The system is made by Automatic Total Station, looking at 45 reflectors and a GPS master station, reference for three rovers on the landslide. In order to monitor "local" disturbing effects, a bi-dimensional clinometer has been applied on the pilaster where the total station is located. In a first periodically measurements were collected, while the system is now performing continuously. The system permitted to evaluate movements from few millimeter till some meters per day in most dangerous areas; the entity of the movements obliged to plan an alert system that was activated after a first phase of phenomenon study. Topographic measurements have been integrated with geotechnical sensors (inclinometers and piezometers) in a GIS for landslide risk management.

Integrated Surveying System for Landslide Monitoring, Valoria Landslide (Appennines of Modena, Italy) / Bertacchini, Eleonora; Capitani, Andrea; Capra, Alessandro; Castagnetti, Cristina; Corsini, Alessandro; Dubbini, Marco; Ronchetti, Francesco. - ELETTRONICO. - TS3F - n. 3343:(2009), pp. 1-11. ((Intervento presentato al convegno FIG Working Week 2009 - Surveyors Key Role in Accelerated Development tenutosi a Eilat, Israel nel 3-8 May, 2009.

Integrated Surveying System for Landslide Monitoring, Valoria Landslide (Appennines of Modena, Italy)

BERTACCHINI, Eleonora;CAPRA, Alessandro;CASTAGNETTI, Cristina;CORSINI, Alessandro;DUBBINI, MARCO;RONCHETTI, Francesco
2009

Abstract

The research object is the study and prevention of landslide risk through the utilization of integrated surveying systems like GPS and Automatic Total Station (Robotic station).The measurements have been applied to Boschi di Valoria landslide, located on Appennines of Modena in the Northern Italy, which relatively large size, about 1.6 square km, required the use of both techniques. The system is made by Automatic Total Station, looking at 45 reflectors and a GPS master station, reference for three rovers on the landslide. In order to monitor "local" disturbing effects, a bi-dimensional clinometer has been applied on the pilaster where the total station is located. In a first periodically measurements were collected, while the system is now performing continuously. The system permitted to evaluate movements from few millimeter till some meters per day in most dangerous areas; the entity of the movements obliged to plan an alert system that was activated after a first phase of phenomenon study. Topographic measurements have been integrated with geotechnical sensors (inclinometers and piezometers) in a GIS for landslide risk management.
FIG Working Week 2009 - Surveyors Key Role in Accelerated Development
Eilat, Israel
3-8 May, 2009
TS3F - n. 3343
1
11
Bertacchini, Eleonora; Capitani, Andrea; Capra, Alessandro; Castagnetti, Cristina; Corsini, Alessandro; Dubbini, Marco; Ronchetti, Francesco
Integrated Surveying System for Landslide Monitoring, Valoria Landslide (Appennines of Modena, Italy) / Bertacchini, Eleonora; Capitani, Andrea; Capra, Alessandro; Castagnetti, Cristina; Corsini, Alessandro; Dubbini, Marco; Ronchetti, Francesco. - ELETTRONICO. - TS3F - n. 3343:(2009), pp. 1-11. ((Intervento presentato al convegno FIG Working Week 2009 - Surveyors Key Role in Accelerated Development tenutosi a Eilat, Israel nel 3-8 May, 2009.
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