TRE Altamira to study
the coastal subsidence over Hampton Roads, USA

In 2017, TRE Altamira, in collaboration with Dewberry on behalf of the National Geodetic Survey with NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), used InSAR to study coastal subsidence over Hampton Roads in Virginia, USA (figure below), in order to explore the possible correlation between surface displacement and sea-level rise. In the initial study, the AOI…

TRE Altamira in winning partnership
to provide Europe’s first-ever ‘ground-motion service’

EGMS

TRE Altamira is honoured and proud to announce its partnership in a team awarded the contract to provide the continent’s first-ever European Ground Motion Service. The award, by the European Environment Agency (EEA) as part of the Copernicus Land Monitoring Service, is made to a collaboration comprising e-Geos (Coordinator), TRE Altamira, NORCE and GAF, plus…

TRE Altamira and GEORESEARCH: The SedInOut project

The SedInOut project

The collaboration with GEORESEARCH started more than one year ago with the launch of the InSAR Competence Center in Salzburg. The project is aimed at developing innovative InSAR applications based on cutting-edge technologies for monitoring alpine areas, which are particularly challenging for data analysis and interpretation. In 2019, inspired by the success of this cooperation,…

Project renewal: Tidong Hydro Power Plant

TRE Altamira is proud to renew its collaboration with Tidong Power Generation Pvt. Ltd. to provide InSAR monitoring services during the construction of the Tidong Hydro Power Plant (owned by Statkraft, the European largest renewable energy company) in India. The project is in a very remote, geologically challenging area in the Himalayas. Haldun Kahyaoglu, Statkraft’s…

Ground motion monitoring of Italian regions

Ground motion monitoring of Italian regions to prevent and mitigate natural disasters and support urban development Since 2014, and the launch of the first ESA Copernicus’ Sentinel-1A radar, and later, Sentinel-1B, TRE Altamira has joined forces with the Civil Protection Centre of the University of Florence, in order to detect and monitor ground motion and…

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